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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Mike Williams is becoming the playmaker the Chargers need

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Los Angeles Chargers: 30 greatest players in franchise history - Travis Wakeman
The Chargers began play in Los Angeles but stayed for just one season before moving to San Diego, where they would stay for over five decades. Since 2017, the team has been back in the City of Angels. This list will of course cover their time in both cities.

Anthony Lynn is leading a charge for success - John Wozniak
The Bolts have earned the right to play football in January, but that’s as far as it goes for now. The facts are simple, they’re winning football games against the odds. A change in attitude and belief starts in the locker room. Coach Lynn is motivating his players in a way comparable to that of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.

Mike Williams rescues Chargers, reminds NFL he's a big-time playmaker - Eric Williams
"There's never been any doubt in this locker room about Mike," Rivers said. "But I think that the whole world knows now why he was picked No. 7 [overall in the 2017 draft], you know? ... All the receivers contributed, but he took over the football game."

Melvin Gordon Apologizes to His Fantasy Owners Who Lost in Playoffs - Tim Daniels
It's cool to see Gordon acknowledge people who invested a high draft pick on him in August or early September. Many NFL players downplay the fantasy aspect of football despite its role in helping drive interest in the league.

Don't Look Now, But Rivers-Led Chargers are AFC's Most Dangerous Team - Gary Davenport
In the early going Thursday, it appeared that the only message that'd be sent was: "Chargers gotta Charger." Rivers' first pass was a terrible throw to Tyrell Williams that resulted in an interception. The Chiefs scored on their first two drives. Before the cheese on your nachos had time to congeal, it was 14-0 and looked like Kansas City would cruise.

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