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Best one-on-one matchups in NFL Week 7 Game - PFF Analysis Team
Chargers rookie Joey Bosa has played just two professional football games thus far, yet already owns the highest pass-rushing productivity mark among 3-4 outside linebackers this season. Bosa has recorded 14 total QB pressures across two games, with two sacks in his Week 5 debut.

Chargers' 2016 draft class paying big dividends - Eric Williams
"I tell you what, we have a lot of young guys that are playing good football for us right now," Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said. "And I think it’s good that we have some other younger guys that are learning to do it and working to do it."

Brandon Flowers and Jahleel Addae out, Travis Benjamin questionable for Chargers - Eric Williams
"You have to be careful with your brain," Flowers said. "This isn’t a shoulder injury where you can just muscle your way through. You might feel like you can possibly go now, but you don’t want to get hit again, have another one and it could possibly affect you long term.

Biggest Week 7 NFL questions, stats, and predictions - Sheil Kapadia
The Atlanta Falcons-San Diego Chargers matchup has an over/under of 54, the highest of any game this week. Dan Quinn's team showed impressive fight last week coming back in the second half on the road against the Seahawks before suffering a 26-24 loss. Matt Ryan (9.88) and Philip Rivers (8.19) rank Nos. 1 and 2 in yards per attempt. This sets up as the most entertaining game of the weekend.

Fantasy fallout: Don't fear Antonio Brown's history without Big Ben - Mike Triplett
"I hate to ride the fence here, but both clearly have fantasy value," Williams said. "As he continues to get healthier, Gates still has value as a go-to target for Philip Rivers in the red zone and on third down. And Hunter Henry has shown he can create explosive plays with his speed and athleticism down the seam of the defense and after the catch."