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Chargers Daily Links: How are you feeling after the bye week?

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It’s Monday of Week 7 and the Chargers are coming off their bye. The team is 1-4 with their only victory coming by way of a shanked field goal against the Cincinnati Bengals.

All things considered, taking in the teams’ offensive and defensive performances and how the coaches are handling their roles, along with their remaining schedule, how are you all feeling about the Chargers when it comes to the rest of the season? Are you feeling optimistic? Downright pessimistic, maybe?

I think you can make a case for being anywhere along that spectrum, if we’re being honest.

So, to get this week started off, let’s just discuss how we’re all feeling as we head into the rest of the 2020 campaign.

Tell us how you’re feeling, how you think the Chargers will fair in their final 11 games, and whether or not you think they have a real shot at making the playoffs when it’s all said and done.

And here are today’s links.

Chargers News:

Gavino Borquez gives the Chargers offense a bye week report card (Chargers Wire)

Gavino Borquez highlights the Chargers easy remaining schedule in 2020 (Chargers Wire)

Jeff Miller dives into what the Chargers have in Justin Herbert (L.A. Times)

Jason Reed discusses the three things he learned about the Jaguars in Week 6 (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

Dan Graziano overreacts to everything in Week 6 (ESPN)

John Breech hands out letter grades for Week 6 (CBS Sports)

Jonathan Jones highlights why Derrick Henry deserves to get paid (CBS Sports)

The Dolphins shut out the Jets to get to .500 (Pro Football Talk)

The NFL Staff discusses what we learned from Week 6 (NFL.com)

Rob Demovsky reports on the Packers dropping their first game of the yeat (ESPN)