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NFL: Cleveland Browns at Los Angeles Chargers Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

GOOOOOOD MORNING, CHARGERS FANS! And a massive Happy #VictoryMonday to you all!

The Chargers’ mental fortitude and endurance were on full display against the Browns on Sunday afternoon in a game that head coach Brandon Staley kept referring to as a “track meet.” The Bolts went toe-to-toe with Cleveland for all four quarters before both teams ended with a massive crescendo of points, combining for six touchdowns in the final quarter, alone.

This game had everything you’d normally expect from a roller-coaster Chargers game, but this time the good guys pulled it out. Against all the recent history of the team that would point an inevitable collapse, it simply never came.

Way to go, Chargers. Way to go.

As always, please feel free to continue the conversation from yesterday in the comments below!

Go Bolts, baby!

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

What did Brandon Staley and the players have to say after beating the Browns? (Chargers.com)

Three takeaways from the team’s win over the Browns (Chargers.com)

Oday Aboushi may have suffered a torn ACL against the Browns (Chargers Wire)

The Chargers’ era of blowing leads and excruciating losses may have come to an end (The Guardian)

NFL News:

Overreactions from Sunday’s slate of games (ESPN)

Several teams are interested in the Ravens’ stable of running backs (ESPN)

The Bills rolled over the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football (CBS Sports)

Saquon Barkley has a low-ankle sprain (Pro Football Talk)

What we learned from Sunday’s slate of games (NFL.com)

Jon Gruden apologized for his 2011 email regarding NFLPA President DeMaurice Smith (NFL.com)