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Know the Enemy Daily Links 10/16: NFL failed to educate owners on Domestic Violence

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Nick Ferguson thinks Peyton Manning is still a good enough quarterback in 2015 - Mile High Report
Former Denver Broncos safety, Nick Ferguson, was interviewed by Eric Goodman and Zach Fogg on Mile High Sports' Afternoon Drive and talked about the pitfalls of changing quarterbacks mid-season and what we should all expect from Manning in 2015.

Broncos-Browns injury report: Demaryius Thomas, Aqib Talib among players missing practice Thursday - Mile High Report
Peyton Manning, Louis Vasquez, and Owen Daniels returned from a Wednesday day-off, but several other Broncos did not.

San Diego Chargers

The San Diego Chargers will lose to the Green Bay Packers - Bolts From The Blue
If the San Diego Chargers lose on Sunday to the Green Bay Packers, these three reasons will be why it happens.

FILM STUDY: Why Ryan Carrethers must start for the San Diego Chargers - Bolts From The Blue
If the San Diego Chargers want to improve their defense, specifically their run defense, there's an easy switch they can make.

Kansas City Chiefs

Two drives that doomed the Kansas City Chiefs season - Arrowhead Pride
Blame can be passed all around, but these two drives stick out tome.

Vikings say Chiefs TE Travis Kelce will be tough to cover - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs hope to get him back on track this week.


Let's Fix The NFL's Stupid Rules On Catches - Deadspin
Drew Magary’s Thursday Afternoon NFL Dick Joke Jamboroo runs every Thursday during the NFL season. Email Drew here.

NFL needs to educate owners on domestic abuse - The Cauldron -
The NFL has started to hold its players more accountable for domestic abuse cases, but team owners don't seem to be getting the message.