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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Can Rivers spur late season run?

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Ranking the Teams of the AFC By Walking Dead Characters - Geoff Magliocchetti
In any other division, the Chargers might’ve had a shot to move up to the above category. Alas, they’re the lone mediocre team in the AFC West, currently sitting at 4-6. The Chargers, sitting in their lame duck home of San Diego, where they came crawling back after telling anyone who would listen that the city was not fit for NFL football, have had chances to build on that record, like last week against Miami, but have blown their opportunities. But hey, at least Los Angeles will be used to mediocre football once the Bolts get over there.

Rivers has his worst day, adds to tough year - John Burress
Maybe it’s time for things to turn the Bolts way. Philip Rivers is still a great quarterback. In addition, management has done one heck of a job of picking up players that contribute. I suppose being low on the waiver wire doesn’t hurt but recognition of talent is a big part of keeping an injury-prone team competitive. I just hope we get healthy before it’s too late if it’s not too late already!

Midseason Spotlight: Philip Rivers - (gallery)
Take a look at Philip Rivers' 2016 season through the bye.

Eat Like a Charger: Stuckey Family Avocado & Feta Salsa - Hayley Elwood
When Stuckey isn’t on the gridiron or out in the community, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.  One of his favorite game time and tailgate dishes comes courtesy of Lacie and we hope you enjoy it just as much as they do.

WR Isaiah Burse sparks Chargers' return game - Eric Williams
"I had some pretty good returns, but I still have some stuff to clean up. I let two balls hit the ground, and I don’t really like letting the ball touch the ground, but sometimes it happens. That’s something that’s easy to clean up."