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San Diego Chargers Daily LInks: September 10, 2015

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Colts lead projected AFC standings - Nathan Jahnke
Two of the best players from their front seven — Dwight Freeney (81.9 in pass rush) and Jarret Johnson (82.9 in run defense) — both look like they might be done with football. Without them they have one of the worst front sevens in football. If their defense can step up, their offense can make them contenders. If they can’t, there should be a lot of high-scoring games in San Diego this season.

Chargers season tickets reach 7-year high - Michael Gehlken (UT$) (h/t KeeperOfProphecies)
They saw a high percentage of season-ticket renewals and healthy number of new buyers. In June, before single-game tickets hit the market, they reported season-ticket sales were up nearly 13 percent from the same point in 2014.

Lambo’s maturity a result of leaving house at 14; Dzubnar “on Cloud Nine” with Chargers - Annie Heilbrunn (video)
Kicker Josh Lambo has a maturity and sense of self that is a result of leaving the house at age 14; ILB Nick Dzubnar talks about the hours leading up to the cut deadline and why he’s waiting on a locker.

Mailbag: Thoughts About the Depth Chart - Ricky Henne
I think people put way too much stock in depth charts.  After all, it’s only a sheet of paper.  Teams are required to post depth charts throughout the season, but rotations and who is deployed in certain situations constantly shifts during the course of games. While they are fun to look at, especially before the season opener, coaches are constantly making adjustments over the course of the game so I wouldn’t read too much into them.

Danny Woodhead: "Excited for the Challenge" - (video)
Running back Danny Woodhead talks about why Week 1 is so exciting and the purpose of White Hot Sunday.