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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Will Kenneth Farrow have a big game Sunday?

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Best bets on Week 15 NFL games - NFL Vegas Experts (insider)
Sharps are split on this game, with some helping the public push this line from Oakland -2.5 to -3, while others are happy to get +3 with San Diego (though there would probably be more on the Chargers if Melvin Gordon wasn't expected to miss this game).

Richard Sherman understudy Trovon Reed seizes role with Chargers - Eric Williams
And Reed flashed, picking off a Cam Newton pass intended for Kelvin Benjamin and returning it 100 yards for what appeared to be a touchdown, although a replay review later wiped away the score, bringing the ball back to San Diego’s 3-yard line.

Biggest Week 15 questions, stats and predictions - Sheil Kapadia
A second consecutive Oakland Raiders loss: Since injuring his finger in Week 12, QB Derek Carr has completed only 50 percent of his passes and has averaged 5.5 yards per attempt. Week 14 marked the first time all season the San Diego Chargers have lost by more than eight points. Look for them to pull off the upset as three-point home underdogs.

Fantasy Fallout: Adrian Peterson is back, but he's got nothin' on Kenneth Farrow - Mike Triplett
Ronnie Hillman might get some third-down and red zone work. But Williams described Farrow as a "bruising, in-between-the-tackles runner" at 5-foot-9, 219 pounds, who should be used on early downs and near the goal line. Farrow had 16 carries for 55 yards last week after Gordon got hurt, and Chargers coach Mike McCoy said a full week of practice reps should help him play even faster this week.

San Diego mayor to Chargers: 'Everything is on the table' - Eric Williams
"Everything is on the table, including Mission Valley," Faulconer told The Mighty 1090 AM radio in this audio link. "We have one goal and one objective, and that’s to keep the team here and get a stadium built. Obviously there’s more than one place you can do it, but I also think it’s important that we have the ability to get something done on the Qualcomm site that we own."