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Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/3: The NFL may have an Adderall problem

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Broncos Chargers preview: Stopping Philip Rivers is easier said than done - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos (9-2) are soaring after slaying the defending Super Bowl champions on Sunday, but now need to follow it up with a much needed AFC West road win over the San Diego Chargers (3-8).

Report that Peyton Manning will be benched for Broncos' season imbues doubt - Mile High Report
A report in a vacuum is often speculative or just plain wrong.

San Diego Chargers

Burn It All Down and Start Over: Defense and Special Teams - Bolts From The Blue
There's a whole lot of dead weight and bloated contracts to be found on the defense and special teams units of the San Diego Chargers. Time to trim the fat.

Recapping the NFL Owners Meeting - Bolts From The Blue
As we expected, the NFL Ownership reaffirmed their desire to finish the Los Angeles melodrama with a potential relocation vote in January. Where does this leave San Diego?

Kansas City Chiefs

No decision on Justin Houston's injury status vs. Raiders - Arrowhead Pride
He's made big improvements, according to Andy Reid.

That time Raiders fans dumped beer on Neil Smith's mom - Arrowhead Pride
Story time!


Mort & Schefter: 10 names next in line to be NFL head coaches - NFL
NFL teams fire an average of 6.9 head coaches per season, going back to 2000. Our NFL insiders have names to know for the next openings. Mike Shula, Teryl Austin and Adam Gase are among them.

Ex-Bear Eben Britton opens up about his, NFL's Adderall problem | Chicago Sun-Times
Eben Britton played in the NFL for six years, his last two seasons with the Bears.