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    #9 Womens Drew Kaser Jersey , Melvin Gordon vs. the Giants Last week we started the series off with number 10 on the list. This week we’re back with what will be the lone running back performance. In the Chargers first victory of the season, Melvin Gordon ran for 105 yards on 20 carries. He also had 6 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns. This was one of those games where Gordon earned every yard. He also did a nice job of keeping the offense ahead of the chains. Gordon turned swing passes from behind the line of scrimmage into 7 and 8 yard gains. Usually making at least one defender miss. Whether he was using vision & nuance: Or his toughness: Or his athleticism. Gordon carried the load for the offense. He also picked up some key first downs.The Giants scored a touchdown to go up early in the fourth quarter. Gordon took the next carry for 14 yards after bouncing off a few Giants. You love to see that type of determination he was running with. He also had the game winning touchdown to seal the deal for the Chargers. It was an inconsistent day for the offense. However, Gordon came to play and eventually put the Chargers over the top.Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: What Can Melvin Gordon Learn From Tomlinson? Fantasy points leaders across the last 2 seasons - Daniel KelleyThe career arcs for Gordon and Gurley has been fascinating — Gurley was great in 2015, while Gordon struggled. Gordon surged in 2016, but Gurley’s numbers waned. In 2017, both finished as top-five backs. With both now calling Los Angeles their home city, and both playing for likely contenders, their ADPs (Gurley near the top of the entire draft, Gordon a low-end RB1) make sense.How hard is it to repeat as a top-12 fantasy WR? - Curtis PatrickWell http://www.chargersfootballauthentic...rsey-authentic , there you have it. I think the biggest takeaway from this research was that wide receiver hasn’t really been more stable year to year than running back when considering fantasy scoring reproducibility. We also identified some very solid markers for entry into the top-12 from a production standpoint.Metrics that Matter: The league's best at getting a first down - Scott BarrettOver the past three seasons, Henry ranks first of 302 qualifying players in first downs per target (53.0 percent) and third in touchdowns per target (10.4 percent). He’s out for the year with an ACL injury, but has a promising career ahead of him. Perhaps his injury means even more volume for Keenan Allen, who also ranked top-10 by the same metric.With LT's help, Melvin Gordon is working on bigger role as a receiver - Eric Williams"We can do some different things because Melvin has become such a good receiver out of the backfield," Whisenhunt said. "And that's not something that you saw from him in college. Not that he couldn't do it; they just didn't throw him the ball. He was too busy running for 8 million yards or whatever it was he was running for.How Tyrell Williams is Working Hard to Emulate Keenan Allen - Ricky Henne“I had that big year a couple years ago, and then last year for myself, yards-wise and stuff, it wasn’t the same http://www.chargersfootballauthentic...rsey-authentic ,” he said. “I still feel I had a good year, but I just don’t want to get complacent. I just want to keep attacking. With Keenan having success, I don’t want it to be like, ‘Oh, well Keenan did this, so I fell back.’ I just want to be right there with him. So I’m trying to continue to grow.”Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWade