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Chargers Daily Links: Rest of season record predictions

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Good morning, Chargers fans!

When the Chargers come back from their bye next week, they’ll face a tough two-game gauntlet against the Cowboys (3-1) and Chiefs (3-1). After that, back-to-back games against the lowly Bears (1-3) and Jets (1-3).

From there, the remaining nine games include:

  • Lions (3-1)
  • Packers (2-2)
  • Ravens (3-1)
  • Patriots (1-3)
  • Broncos (1-3)
  • Raiders (1-3)
  • Bills (3-1)
  • Broncos (1-3)
  • Chiefs (3-1)

Let’s kick off today’s discussion with some predictions on how you see the remaining schedule shaking out for the Chargers. As it stands, there’s just as many 3-1 teams remaining on the schedule as there are 1-3 clubs (six apiece). Based on what you see above, what will be the Chargers’ final record? Will they match 10-7 from a year ago? What about their 9-8 mark in 2021? Will they stumble to below 8-9 and fall below .500 for the first time since Brandon Staley took over as head coach? Give us all of your thoughts below!

And now for today’s links.

Chargers News:

Analyzing the Chargers through the first four games of the season in a beat writers roundtable (

Instant analysis on why the Chargers moved on from J.C. Jackson (

Breaking down the next four games for the Chargers (Chargers Wire)

Three wide receivers the Chargers should trade for following the Mike Williams injury (Bolt Beat)

NFL News:

DJ Moore posted a career-high 230 receiving yards on Thursday night to snap the Bears’ 14-game losing streak (CBS Sports)

Power ranking the top quarterbacks in the NFL following Week Four (CBS Sports)

What we learned from the Bear’s win over the Commanders on Thursday night (

The Jets want to get Nathanial Hackett “payback” against the Broncos (ESPN)

Greg Rousseau will not play this week for the Bills (Pro Football Talk)

Why are the Cowboys failing to score in the red zone? (Touchdown Wire)