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Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Still no news regarding Hunter Henry’s return

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Anthony Lynn’s decision to go for two speaks volumes of his confidence - Kyle Posey
To me, it was a no-brainer. You don’t give Patrick Mahomes the opportunity to get the ball back. If you can’t get two yards, you don’t deserve to win. What better opportunity will you have than being on the two yard line? Take advantage of that opportunity. The Chargers players were impressed, too.

Chargers TE Hunter Henry's status remains up in the air - Gavino Borquez
Henry has remained on the physically unable to perform list (PUP) since May, and many are hopeful that he will return. In my opinion, I think they should let him rest for the remainder of the regular season and into the playoffs.

NFL Playoff Picture Week 15: Latest AFC, NFC Wild-Card Scenarios and Predictions - Joe Tansey
Although they're already guaranteed of a spot in the postseason, the Chargers are still going to play a role in the wild-card race.

In Week 16, the Chargers play host to the Baltimore Ravens, who possess the No. 6 seed as the 7-6 franchise with the most tiebreakers in hand.

Don’t Forget About That Massive Defensive Effort - Ricky Henne
“Our defense is very opportunistic,” said Philip Rivers. “At the right time, ‘Hey this is it. We’ve got to have a stop right now or this thing is going to get out of hand.’ We had a couple of those situations and (our defense) came up big. That offense wasn’t on the field as much as they’re used to being on the field, but they didn’t have 300 yards of offense, so hats off to our defense.”

Upon Further Review: Five Quick Facts About the Chiefs’ Loss to the Chargers on Thursday - Matt McMullen
Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers completed 10-of-16 passes for 126 yards and a pair of touchdowns on Los Angeles’ final two drives before finding wide receiver Mike Williams on a successful two-point conversion that pushed the Chargers in front.

Upon Further Review: Five Lessons from the Chiefs Game - Ricky Henne
“Well I cannot say enough about the resilience of this football team. These guys play for four quarters every single Sunday or whatever they play. It was just good to see them finish the game the way they did. I had a lot of confidence in the players.”

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