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Why the Chiefs are Wary of Keenan Allen - Ricky Henne
Overall, Allen has caught 83 passes for 1,142 yards and five touchdowns, setting career-highs in a single season for receptions and yards. His 1,142 receiving yards rank fifth in the NFL while his 83 catches are sixth. He’s also been money on the money down, leading the league in third down receptions (31) and yards (464).

Bolts Embracing Magnitude of the Moment - Ricky Henne
“(We have to) keep the focus we’ve had, and keep doing things with the one game at a time approach, but also that it doesn’t get much better (than this),” he said. “We’re going to Kansas City on a Saturday night in December, playing for the division lead with three weeks to play. I think it’s good to acknowledge that, but make sure that we don’t get too caught up in the hype. It can turn the other way in a hurry.”

Chargers forgotten WR Tyrell Williams can still make big plays - Eric Williams
“We were just hitting the shots,” Williams said. “I was able to get open, and it feels really good just like always. From there, we were able to make big plays.”

Chargers' Joey Bosa perfecting art of the strip sack - Eric Williams
"I really just compete with myself," Bosa said. "I kind of have a goal of one [sack] a game this year. But that's not how I define myself is how many sacks I get, so I don't really like setting goals like that. But I just try and stay on a general pace and try and beat myself."

Chargers’ Philip Rivers drops a familiar name when asked about his reduced turnovers - Will Reeve Jr
“I really haven’t. I mean, I think the numbers don’t lie. Obviously, I’ve had a lot more turnovers over the past few years than I’m used to. But for the most part, I think I’ve been above average throughout my career in taking care of the football. [The] last couple of years, not as good, but as I’ve always said they all come out of my hand. I’m responsible for all of them, but there’s a story with all of them too,” Rivers said during media availability Wednesday.

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