clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Who will replace Hunter Henry’s production?

New, comments

Your daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web.

NFL: Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Chargers Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers' Anthony Lynn 'Concerned' by Mike Williams' Knee Injury Ahead of Week 2 - Tim Daniels
If the latest ailment keeps him sidelined, Travis Benjamin should see the biggest uptick in playing time alongside top target Keenan Allen. It could also give Dontrelle Inman and Geremy Davis an opportunity to see the field more consistently in select packages.

The Rise of Austin Ekeler - Tyler Dunne
Sporting a bright floral shirt, Ekeler cannot stop sweating. Beads pool all over his bald head and drip into his eyes. A team official hands him a towel, and Ekeler explains that, no, he's never actually played guitar. He just loves the idea of being a "rock star," on center stage, entertaining a crowd. Back in his college living room, he used to blare rock from the '70s and '80s and told his roommate that if he ever made it to an NFL end zone, this would be his signature.

Chargers: Five keys to victory over Lions in second game - Tyler Schoon (slide show)
So what do the Chargers have to do this week to secure a win on the road and start 2-0 for the first time under Anthony Lynn? Here are five keys to a Week Two victory against the Detroit Lions.

4 Lions the Chargers need to game-plan for in Week 2 - Gavino Borquez
Hockenson made a statement in his professional debut last week, catching six passes for 131 yards and a touchdown. He set a record for the most receiving yards by a tight end in his first game, which is an incredible accomplishment. The Iowa product was also outstanding as a blocker against the Cardinals defensive line.

Expect Chargers to lean on Keenan Allen with Hunter Henry out - Eric D. Williams
"He's so savvy and how to get separation on top of the routes, especially in the red zone," Culkin said about Gates. "He's just very unorthodox on how he does things for the tight end position. Some of it is just crazy how it works. Being able to see what he does, watch film and then talking to him, having him right there next to you in the meetings -- I mean that was a dream come true, for sure."

Social Media Information:

BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our page

BFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_Chargers

The Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_Round

The Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our page

BFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWade