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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Can Chargers' offense keep rolling against the Colts?

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Bolts offense looks to ride wave of three trends - San Diego Union-Tribune (UT$)
At any rate, the Bolts have the run-game know-how and confidence in place to help weather the loss of Allen, their best receiver, and Woodhead, a dangerous rusher but also a multi-dimensional weapon in the pass game.

Off field, Joe Barksdale keeps on playing - Michael Gehlken (UT$)
Barksdale has spent Sundays this season as the Chargers’ starting right tackle. On Mondays, he moonlights as a guitarist-singer in a blues rock band, its weekly performances raising money for charity. Barksdale has a knack for filling free time. It partly is what brought him to the NFL.

Game Time: Brandon Flowers Wired - (video)
Brandon Flowers was wired for sound as he narrates a big day at Qualcomm Stadium.

Philip Rivers and Kellen Clemens' Edition of Friday Night Lights - Hayley Elwood
"I enjoy coaching the defensive side," Rivers said.  "Kellen and I laugh.  (Sometimes) I have to bite my tongue not to give him any suggestions on the offensive side!  But it’s always fun just coaching the guys.  You hope they learn a little bit about football and more than that, they have a good time and enjoy it.  At this age, it’s all about having fun, teaching them about playing hard and all that."

Chargers Players Describe The One Game They'll Always Remember - Pat Finn

For Paul Lowe, who began his football career with the Los Angeles Chargers, it happened in 1960, the first game the Chargers played in the American Football League. Lowe ran a kickoff return 105 yards against the New York Titans. He not only scored, but, crucial to his livelihood, avoided getting cut.