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Losing taking its toll on Chargers DE Joey Bosa - Eric Williams
"It was really tough, obviously anyone who watched could see that," Bosa said, when asked about corralling the elusive Winston. "That was an emphasis all week and we didn’t execute."

Chargers GM Tom Telesco declines to affirm Mike McCoy's job status for next season - Eric Williams
"I'm worried about this week and playing Carolina. We'll worry about next year, next year. We're 100 percent committed to this season. We only have 16 games to play, and we've got four games to go here, and that's what we're worried about. We're not even looking toward 2017 yet."

Philip Rivers: Panthers are a different team with Luke Kuechly - David Newton
"It would be crazy for me not to say that they are different with him in there," said Rivers, who faces the Panthers (4-8) on Sunday at Bank of America Stadium. "I mean, you are talking about, to me, the best inside backer in the game."

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Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller is tied with an NFC South standout for the second-highest season grade among edge defenders. See who owns that spot, and the No. 1 overall grade entering Week 14.

32 PFF stats to know for NFL Week 14 - Nathan Jahnke
Coming out of college, there was concern about whether or not Melvin Gordon could succeed as a receiver. In his rookie season, Gordon only recorded 259 yards after the catch. Part of the reason his successful sophomore season has been surprising is his emergence as a receiver, however. The Panthers have allowed 73 catches to running backs this year, tied for fourth-most among teams.