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Oct 20, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews (24) scores a touchdown past Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Geno Hayes (55) and safety Josh Evans (26) during the second half at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers position analysis: Tight ends
U-T San Diego
Almost nothing, and the Chargers would like to keep it that way, especially with Gates’ health. The team has struggled in the red zone and the tight ends could be of more help in that. Gates, often double-teamed at the goal line, has the unit’s only 

Chargers position analysis: Receivers
U-T San Diego
The Big Three are just fine, and the Chargers would like to keep it that way. If anybody goes down, there might be an interesting battle between Seyi Ajirotutu (more versed in the system) and Lavelle Hawkins, a newly acquired big-play threat who also 

Pressure Points: Chargers‘ Depth Paying Off
The MMQB
One name, however, sticks out: Chargers outside linebacker Thomas Keiser. And not only did he have a good week, he tied the Bills’ Williams for Top Edge Rusher of Week 7 thanks to his two unassisted sacks and five hurries in a victory over the Jaguars.

Chargers position analysis: WRs and TEs
U-T San Diego
Chargers position analysis: WRs and TEs. By Tom Krasovic8:51 a.m.Oct. 24, 2013. ⎙. Print.

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