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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Is this year’s team more lucky than good?

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The Los Angeles Chargers are more than just good, they’re lucky - Tyler Schoon
The Chargers appear to be one of the healthier teams in the league with injuries to positions filled by depth, much to the credit of general manager Tom Telesco. Rather than losing their star players at this key point in the season, the Bolts got back superstar defensive end Joey Bosa and are potentially awaiting the return of ball magnet, tight end Hunter Henry. It’s as lucky as a team can expect to be at this point in the season.

Not concerned about touches, Antonio Gates focused on Super Bowl chase - Eric Williams
“It’s challenging when you become accustomed to doing something for so long and doing it at a high level,” Gates said. “But the bigger picture is not what I can do individually. It's more about the team and what I can do to help us win, and I just need to be ready for that time, whenever it’s called.”

Los Angeles Chargers: Comparing 2018 to 2006 - Ernie Padaon
How crazy is it that we had Keenans leading both squads. Vincent Jackson and Malcom were youngins in that year and they still were not the threats that we all know. Kinda like Mike Williams and Tyrell Williams. They are full of potential, but we still are not sure what they will do in this league.

Jatavis Brown is the man 'with the mic' on Chargers' defense - Eric Williams
"I think another year in a system you're seeing him play faster," Bradley said. "... He's always been fast, but the ability to recognize and react quicker than he has in the past, I think that's really been evident for him."

Chargers Spotlight Causes Important to Players with My Cause, My Cleats Campaign at Sunday’s Game -
The Los Angeles Chargers will host the Cincinnati Bengals at ROKiT Field at StubHub Center on Sunday, Dec. 9. Kickoff is set for 1:05p.m. PST. As part of the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats campaign, select players will wear customized cleats reflecting their commitment to charitable causes during the game.

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