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NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Williams asserts himself as headline player in Chargers' offense - Eric Williams
"He's going to continue to do this," said Rivers, pointing his hand upward when asked about Williams. "Gosh, he played big and strong, and made a handful of big plays, and obviously the touchdowns. He's going to continue to be more of a factor for us."

Week 3 NFL Team of the Week - Gordon McGuinness
Williams made a huge play on a 42-yard touchdown reception for the Chargers, showing the playmaking skills that saw the Chargers draft him in the first round a year ago. With 81 yards from 26 snaps in route, he ranked sixth among wide receivers with an average of 3.12 yards per route run.

Chargers Sign Justin Jackson to Active Roster; Waive Detrez Newsome - Hayley Elwood
Jackson was the Bolts’ seventh-round pick in this year’s draft out of Northwestern. He finished his career with the Wildcats with 42 touchdowns. Additionally, he was the school’s all-time leading rusher and ranks third all-time in the Big 10 with 6,289 yards.

Upon Further Review: Five Lessons from the Rams Game - Ricky Henne
“We didn't put enough pressure on the quarterback. I think in the first half (Goff) was completing about 90 percent of his passes… We have to figure out a way to get pressure on the quarterback. That's what's missing right now.”

WR Mike Williams emerging as big-play threat for Chargers - FOX Sports
“His confidence is at an all-time high. He’s looking good,” coach Anthony Lynn said Monday. “Last year he was learning on the run because he wasn’t practicing a lot. He has been really consistent for us so far.”

Gamecocks in the NFL: South Carolina players Week 3 roundup - Greg Hadley
The tackle he did make, however, was a highlight-reel play in the fourth quarter, as he juked around a Rams offensive lineman and dragged down Todd Gurley, arguably the league’s best running back, in the open field for a 5-yard loss.

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