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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Can Chargers clean up red zone mess in bye week?

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Chargers' DT Damion Square next man with Brandon Mebane out - Eric Williams
"I'm sure that my teammates are confident that I will play at a high level, and I will," Square said. "It's unfortunate for my guy [Mebane]. I sit and pick his brain, and I just watch how he goes about being a professional every day.

Red zone woes a priority for Chargers during bye week - Eric Williams
"A big focus is for the players to get away and take a deep breath," McCoy said. "They deserve the break. They’ve been playing 10 weeks into the season. And I’ll say this: There’s a lot of good from this season, too. Our record’s what it is. No one is happy about our record. But there’s a lot of positives from what some players have done."

Chargers can stop L.A. threats - Kevin Acee (UT$)
Do we believe every word from those close to the situation? I wouldn't believe every word from my sainted mother if she was a principal player in this saga. But, yes, how they proceed between now and their next move, in particular, is up to the Chargers.

Malcom Floyd Has Turned into the Ultimate Chargers Fan - Ricky Henne
"Oh my God! It’s crazy!  I’m sitting around watching them and I’m running around my mom’s house screaming! Oh man.  Do you see Tyrell out there? Tell Philip (Rivers) I never got that many passes thrown my way in a game! It’s awesome.  He’s doing great.  And Travis (Benjamin)? Oh man, he is so good, too.  I’m so nervous watching them out there seeing Philip and (Antonio) Gates.  It’s crazy.  All his touchdowns and the way they are playing this many years into it, it’s crazy."

NFL hot seat rankings: Has Packers' Mike McCarthy lost his touch? - Nate Davis
2. Mike McCoy, San Diego Chargers: He didn't throw any of that quartet of fourth-quarter picks in Sunday's loss. And maybe he voted to try and get the Bolts a new San Diego stadium. But bottom line, there's as much uncertainty as ever for McCoy's team, which now trails each of its AFC West rivals by three wins.