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The Franchise QBs -- Rank the top signal-callers in Chargers history - ESPN.com
Vote up or down on each of the Chargers quarterbacks listed (with contextual numbers from ESPN Stats & Information) and check back Wednesday for the final fan ranking, plus the ranking of our Chargers NFL Nation reporter, Eric Williams.

AFC West Q&A: Can Marshawn Lynch tilt the balance of power to Raiders? - Paul Gutierrez
If Lynch returns to Beast Mode, then the Raiders will be tough to contain in the AFC West. If the Cal product is a shell of his former self, then Lynch’s signing could set the Raiders back in the franchise’s quest to return to the Super Bowl. I tend to believe Lynch will regain his Pro Bowl form, but we’ll find out either way during the first four regular-season games.

Pass-blocking efficiency & its importance in the NFL - Cam Mellor
In today’s NFL, where offenses are becoming increasingly more pass-happy and quarterbacks and wide receivers are media darlings, just how important is it to have a safe, secure offensive line? Take this for example: each of our top three highest-rated teams in pass-blocking efficiency made it to the playoffs while nine playoff teams finished with a PBE above the league average.

Evaluating the Safeties with DB Coach Ron Milus - Ricky Henne
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be checking in with the Chargers’ position coaches and coordinators to get the inside scoop. We continue with DB Coach Ron Milus.

All Access: 24 Hours with Anthony Lynn - Ricky Henne
“A friend of mine gave me this book, ‘The Five Dysfunctions of a Team’. It’s about leadership. It’s about dysfunctional organizations, what leads to them and how to prevent them. I started reading it on a plane, and I just couldn’t put it down. I’m telling you, I never finish books like that. But I couldn’t put it down. This book is the next by the same author and supposed to be just as good. I plan on reading it over the summer. I had a bunch ordered, and I gave them to all of the coaches. Philip saw it and I gave one to him last week. He says he’s just about done with it. There are lots of good talking points.”

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