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Mike McCoy, Chargers coming off emotional week - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
"You’d come to the sideline, and there he was, Mr. Positive," McCoy said. "We and Arizona are going back and forth, and he kept on just saying, ‘All we need is that one play.’ And that’s what we did at the end of that game; we hit that touchdown (to Kevin Dyson with 3:34 remaining). He always had a positive outlook on life, always had a smile on his face. Yeah, there was a lot of emotion last week. …

Top 10 NFL Rookies Entering Week 7 - Michael Renner
He’s played just 82 snaps this season, but Joey Bosa is climbing the charts in a big way already. 14 quarterback pressures in only two games will do that, though, as the the former Buckeye already leads all rookie defensive linemen in that category. The third-overall pick has been completely as advertised through two games, and San Diego fans are left to wonder what the team’s record would be if Bosa had been on the field starting Week 1.

Lowest-Graded Players In NFL Week 6 - Bryson Vesnaver
Corey Liuget was almost as invisible as Wilfork, were it not for the Charger’s batted pass against the Broncos. That was literally the only difference, as Liuget made no other major contributions for San Diego.

Slowing down Julio Jones a tough task for depleted Chargers' secondary - Eric Williams
At 6-3 and 220 pounds, Jones is unique because of the physical way he goes after the football at his size. Jones also has top-end speed, which allows him to consistently make plays deep or turn a short pass into a long gain.

Philip Rivers, San Diego mayor stump for Chargers downtown stadium plan - Eric Williams
"Voting yes on Measure C gives the Chargers the best chance to remain the San Diego Chargers and to play here in San Diego," Rivers said. "I don’t know if I can make it to trot out there with a helmet on in that new stadium downtown, but I’ll try like crazy to still be around."