WATCH: Chargers Maturing In To Playoff Contenders

Locker room mentality may mean good things in 2015

The Chargers got back to practice on Wednesday and their injury report looks a lot longer than it did a week ago at this time.

Safety Jahleel Addae, right guard D.J. Fluker and return specialist Jacoby Jones were all in walking boots with ankle injuries. It does not look good for any them to play on Sunday in Cincinnati.

Linebacker Kyle Emanuel practiced,  but only on a limited basis due to a shoulder injury. Defensive back Brandon Flowers was also limited with a knee ailment. However they're both expected to play.

The good news is linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu and defensive back Craig Mager, who both missed the Lions game with hamstring trouble, were able to put in a full practice.

As for their first road trip of the year against the Bengals, the Chargers are looking to repeat their offensive performance from a week ago. San Diego was able to put up 33 points and nearly 500 yards on Detroit. That's tough to do in the NFL.

Philip Rivers accounted for 404 of those yards through the air, 166 of them to wide receiver Keenan Allen. Rookie running back Melvin Gordon is used to seeing gaudy yardage totals during his time at Wisconsin. He's developed a mind-set that will serve him well as a pro.

What's interesting the way Gordon described the interactions with his teammates after the Lions game. Watch what Gordon has to say about one man in-particular who has something to prove.

Chargers running back Melvin Gordon shared some insight on the way the Bolts are approaching the 2015 season.
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