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Chargers Daily Links: Tom Telesco under scrutiny for lackluster roster depth, performance

Daniel Popper investigates how much of the blame Tom Telesco should carry for this underperforming roster

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Good Morning, Bolts From the Blue.

Daniel Popper has provided another excellent article for Chargers fans to digest. There is definitely blood in the water at the Costa Mesa facility, and Popper is certainly circling and feasting on it.

It’s hard to call his coverage overly critical, as we’ve neared fan consensus of wanting a total front office makeover for the Chargers. The silver lining to this under-producing season is the glimmer of hope that changes will be made, perhaps the type of changes that will bring in a new general manager that isn’t allergic to trading down in the draft, trading for immediately position-of-need upgrades, and understanding the compensatory formula.

One can only hope.

Here is the injury report from yesterday:

And now, for today’s daily links:

Chargers News:

Eric Smith unveils his five final thoughts as the Chargers prepare for their SNF matchup (

With Matt Canada officially let go by the Steelers, Brandon Staley’s Chargers officially hold the distinction of giving up the most points to a Canada-led offense (Bolt Beat)

Daniel Popper breaks down the Chargers’ roster issues, and who is ultimately responsible for the problems with player peronnel (The Athletic)

Gavino Borquez shares six things Chargers fans should be grateful for this Thanksgiving (Chargers Wire)

NFL News:

Nick Shook shares what we learned from the Dolphins’ blowout of the Jets (

MetLife Stadium claims another non-contact, season ending injury as Jaelan Phillips appears to tear Achilles (ESPN)

Jevon Holland broke the Dolphins game open with a “Fail Mary” pick-six. (ESPN)

Josh Edwards looks ahead to the 2024 offseason and identifies each team’s biggest need (CBS NFL)

Tim Boyle will start for the Jets in Week 13 as the season continues to slip away (

Douglas Clawson tracks the crazy turnover we have seen at the quarterback position this season (Sports Illustrated)