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Ten Things We Learned: Chargers vs. Bills

If it's true teams learn more in defeat than victory, then the Chargers players are quickly becoming bastions of knowledge.'s Michael Lombardo examines 10 things the Chargers learned through their bungle in Buffalo as they look ahead with hopes of schooling the Saints.

1. Philip Rivers took heavy criticism for his three-turnover performance against the Buffalo Bills, but he deserves his share of credit for completing better than 75 percent of his passes despite being without several key targets. Receivers Chris Chambers (ankle) and Buster Davis (groin) were tied to the inactive list, while Darren Sproles and Mike Tolbert were severely limited by ankle injuries... Recommended Stories

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