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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: September 18, 2015

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Bengals Name "Biggest Challenge" in Facing Bolts Defense - Hayley Elwood
"We see similarities in (the defense) in our division with Pittsburgh and a little bit with Cleveland and Baltimore so it’s a style we’re used to seeing," Lewis mentioned.  "With all the 3-4s on our side over here, we’re used to seeing that a little bit more.  (San Diego is) going to continue to pressure the quarterback.  That’s what they’ve been very good at, and they work at that very hard.  (Accounting for that) is what’s important when you get ready to play the Chargers."

Chargers seek first 2-0 start in three years at Bengals - STATS, Inc.
He also set a team mark by completing his final 20 passes and tied Dan Fouts atop the Chargers' all-time list with his 254th TD. With star tight end Antonio Gates beginning a four-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs, wide receiver Keenan Allen matched Kellen Winslow's franchise record with 15 catches for a career-best 166 yards.

Chargers safety Addae isn't practicing - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Jimmy Wilson, his backup, also played against Detroit and worked extensively with the first unit in training camp and the preseason. Special teams captain Darrell Stuckey as well is part of the safety rotation next to All-Pro free safety Eric Weddle.

Run the Jewels: Could This Be the Best Rookie Running Back Class in Years? - Robert Mays
A first-round talent like Gordon is sure to see the bulk of the carries in San Diego — but what makes this class intriguing is the players further down the draft chart who are getting a crack at the lead role in their backfield.

Mike McCoy says Chargers' run game not all on Melvin Gordon's shoulders - Eric Williams
"It’s not just Melvin Gordon," Mike McCoy said. "There are 11 guys on the field that have to do their job. So we need to stop talking just about No. 28. Let’s talk about the entire offense blocking better.