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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Can Bosa and Ingram Lead Chargers to the Playoffs?

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Poll: Who Takes The Final AFC Playoff Spot? - Greg Goldstein
The defense is led by two great pass rushers in Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram who are always capable of making a game altering type play. The offensive line and defensive backfield have their weaknesses, but the Chargers are more talented than many teams vying for this second wild card.

The AFC West is suddenly the division no team wants to win - Dan Graziano
"Everybody is looking at wins-losses and things, but this is the NFL. You have to bring it every week," Smith said. "The biggest thing for us is being frustrated. You have to find a way to stay together and build off this. Until those opportunities aren't in front of us anymore, all those goals we keep talking about, until they take those away, they're still there for us."

Chargers WR Keenan Allen re-energizes offense with two touchdowns - Eric Williams
“Once the ball gets to me early and I get it in my hands, I’m already in my zone,” Allen said. “I’m already talking to Philip saying, ‘Hey we can get them on this, we can get them on that.’ I just try to get into the best position after that.’”

Vote: The best and worst of Week 11 in the NFL - SN Staff
Among the stellar showings were the ageless Tom Brady's three-touchdown day in Mexico City for the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown's three touchdown catches Thursday night. What was the best and worst of Week 11?

Joey Bosa knew Chargers would have Nathan Peterman ‘shaken up’ - Robert Quinn
“He’s a rookie. Obviously, coming in there. He’s going to be a little shaken up,” Bosa said. “Getting some pressure in there, and once we got the first one or two, then it kind of shook him a little. Mel and I both knew that if we were able to build pressure and got in his face that he would make some bad decisions with the football.

3 takeaways from the Chargers 54-24 over the Bills - Katia Dragotis
“Really, the only one [statistic] I care about is penalties. At halftime, the only stat I Iooked at was zero penalties. Anytime we’re playing that type of game, we’re playing smart football,” Lynn said in his postgame press conference.

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