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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: November 11, 2015

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Chargers-Bears Hangover: Malcom Floyd, coaching changes & more - Annie Heilbrunn
Will anyone be fired over the bye week? How is Malcom Floyd doing? All that and more in this week’s Hangover!

Notable Chargers Midseason Projections - Ricky Henne
Danny Woodhead is on pace for 926 receiving yards, which would surpass the single-season mark for a Charger running back (Ronnie Harmon, 914 yards in 1992).

Chicago at San Diego Game Grades - Ben Stockwell
Last night started well for right guard D.J. Fluker (-1.9), with a punishing second level block on Christian Jones (+1.8) on the Chargers’ first run of the game, but it ultimately ended in disappointment. His most memorable moment of the night was his illegal man downfield penalty, when he for some reason expected Philip Rivers to scramble against two unblocked Chicago defenders, costing Rivers and Gates a touchdown pass that would have given the Chargers a two-point lead. Fluker also struggled in pass protection, surrendering half a dozen hurries while earning a pass protection grade of -2.8, the third time he has earned a grade below -2.0 this season.

Mounting injuries lead to sustained losing for Chargers - Eric Williams
"Don’t complain. Don’t explain. Find solutions," McCoy said. "That’s our job as coaches and players -- find solutions and find a way to win. And that’s all we're going to do. We’re not going to make any excuses. We’re going to show up and work our tails off."

San Diego Chargers need to hit the reset button - Eric Williams
While Rivers is on a historic pace passing the football, the Chargers still need to create some balance on offense to keep opposing defenses honest. And that means getting rookie running back Melvin Gordon more involved in the offense.