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Chargers Daily Links: Victory Monday open thread

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NFL: New York Giants at Los Angeles Chargers Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, Chargers fans and welcome to another #VictoryMonday!

The Chargers came out and rolled the Giants to tune of a 16-point victory. If it wasn’t for some late fourth-quarter shenanigans, including a recovered onside kick, the score would have been even more lopsided than it ended up being.

Justin Herbert put on another spectacular show in the first half, one that included a 59-yard scoring bomb to Jalen Guyton right before halftime. He ended the day with 275 yards and three scores before being pulled with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

Rookie wideout Josh Palmer also had himself a day scoring the second touchdown of his career and ending the game with five catches for 66 yards on a team-high seven targets.

Overall this team took care of business in a game where they should have expected to win by a landslide, which is still a step in the right direction. They didn’t play down to the competition level and they managed to do it all without both Keenan Allen and Derwin James being on the field.

For once, it was nice to not have any drama on a football Sunday.

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Three takeaways from Sunday’s game (Chargers.com)

Listen to what Josh Palmer had to say following his big game against the Giants (Chargers.com)

AFC West standings following week 14 (Chargers Wire)

The Chargers stomped the Giants for second-straight win (LA Football Network)

NFL News:

Urban Meyer denies recent reports about team dysfunction (ESPN)

Tom Brady threw his 700th touchdown pass against the Bills (ESPN)

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

Breshad Perriman’s touchdown in OT saves Bucs against Bills (Pro Football Talk)

Check out the latest playoff picture (Bleacher Report)

Grades for every NFL team in week 14 (CBS Sports)