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Refocused: Los Angeles Chargers 28, Dallas Cowboys 6 - PFF Analysis Team
It was like watching a man go up against a group of boys as Allen had his way with the Cowboys secondary, with Anthony Brown in particular having a day he’d much rather forget. We’ll be watching Allen’s slaloming touchdown run for a long time to come as five Cowboys defenders had a shot at bringing him down on a single play, and five Cowboys defenders missed as he broke ankles on his way to the end zone.

Cowboys continue to make wrong kind of history in loss to Chargers - Todd Archer
For the third straight game, the defense had no answers in the second half. Philip Rivers, who threw for 416 yards and three touchdowns, led the Chargers on touchdown drives of 77, 92 and 75 yards. Los Angeles had eight passes of at least 20 yards in the game.

Chargers CB Casey Hayward continues strong 2017 - Mark Chichester
All in all, Hayward played 29 snaps in coverage last night. He was targeted seven times, allowed just three receptions for 22 yards and added a pass break up and an interception. He ended the game allowing just 0.76 yards per coverage snap, and a minuscule passer rating of 11.3.

With Nick Novak hurt, Chargers have decision to make at kicker - Eric Williams
"We lost our kicker in the first quarter and that kind of threw us off a little bit," Lynn said. "We were in four-down territory for the rest of the night, but he came in and out of the lineup. That's something we'll have to deal with now the game is over."

Chargers' Mike Williams avoids ACL injury but will undergo further tests - Eric Williams
"As of right now, I've just been told ACL has definitely been ruled out, which was very good news to me," Lynn said. "I think we can deal with the rest, and a lot of it may depend on pain tolerance as well."

3 takeaways from Chargers’ 28-6 win vs. Cowboys in Week 12 - Will Reeve Jr
Bradley’s defense held the Cowboys scoreless for an entire half, marking the first time in 18 years that has happened to them. Meanwhile, Los Angeles also shut out the Broncos 21-0 in Week 7, marking the first time in in 394 games since that had occurred for Denver.

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