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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Should Chargers Be Worried About 0-2 Start?

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Which 0-2 Team Is Likeliest To Rebound? - Zach Links
The Chargers got smashed this week for being unable to fill a soccer stadium for their season opener. We’ll admit that it wasn’t a good look, but things will improve if they start winning and there is reason to believe that can happen soon. The Chargers are winless, but they lost to the Broncos and Dolphins by a combined total of five points. If rookie kicker Younghoe Koo had connected on one of his two missed attempts against Miami or if his 44-yard try against the Broncos was not blocked, the Chargers wouldn’t be on this list.

Chargers special-teams coach on Younghoe Koo: 'He's a tough man' - Eric Williams
“He’s doing fine,” Stewart said. “He’s strong mentally. He’s a tough man. In terms of coaching him, we’re working on fundamentals and techniques. But his mental game is outstanding.

Melvin Gordon preaches patience with Chargers' run game - Eric Williams
"It's a process," Gordon said. "But I feel like once we get it we're going to have it. You've got to be patient with it. Of course I'd like to jump out and have these 100-yard games. But right now that's not the case.

NFL evaluators make picks on Week 3's best games - Mike Sando
"It should be a tighter game than people might think," an insider with AFC West experience said. "I think the Chargers' front is pretty good. Kansas City's O-line is salty, too. Kansas City will win, but it will be a tight game and they will give Kansas City some problems with their defense."

Chargers QB Philip Rivers has ‘no worry or concern’ at 0-2 - Katia Dragotis
“This team’s hungry and has the right approach. There’s no worry or concern. There’s an urgency, but the guys still have a heck of a positive outlook,” Rivers said to official team reporter Ricky Henne.

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