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Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/4: Detroit Lions victimized by bad officiating?

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

C.J. Anderson's swagger returns as he reprises underdog role in Broncos backfield - The Denver Post
No longer the starter, C.J. Anderson has regained the swagger and production he was missing at the start the season.

From Montana to Denver, the rise of Peyton Manning's replacement Broncos QB Brock Osweiler
The Broncos QB has always been focused on two things -- finding success in the NFL, and avoiding the mistakes of Ryan Leaf.

San Diego Chargers

NFL: It appears time has run out for San Diego |
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said it appears San Diego has run out of time to make a viable stadium proposal.

The San Diego Chargers Aren’t Using Melvin Gordon Properly | Football Insiders | NFL Rumors And Football News
Chargers rookie Melvin Gordon expressed his displeasure with the team's game plan in an exclusive interview.

Kansas City Chiefs

Spencer Ware saves the day for the Kansas City Chiefs - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs RB has come in handy in the past two weeks. Here's why...

Chiefs' Dee Ford has prepared like a starter if Justin Houston can't go - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs 2014 first round pick could see his first NFL start.


Detroit Lions victimized by another late controversal call - Pride Of Detroit
After losing a heartbreaker to Seattle earlier in the year on a missed call, the Detroit Lions fell on the wrong end of another bad call, costing them the game against the Packers.

Cheese Curds, 12/4: Reactions to and fallout from Packers' Hail Mary victory in Detroit - Acme Packing Company
Want to relive last night's craziness? We look back at the game from a number of angles in the morning's links.

The NFL says the Lions didn't get screwed -
Head of officiating Dean Blandino defended close calls on the final plays of a controversial finish on Thursday night.