Morning links: Reaction to Bolts' 27-7 win

Good morning. The San Diego Chargers will not practice on Friday, but head coach Mike McCoy will talk to reporters this afternoon. So we'll have an update here after that conversation.

The Chargers resume training camp practices on Saturday morning.

Ricky Henne of Chargers.com says that Dontrelle Inman’s performance against the Cowboys proves practice makes perfect.

Marty Caswell of The Mighty 1090 talks with Philip Rivers about improving execution in the red zone in this video.

Michael Gehlken and Tom Krasovic of U-T San Diego write that rookie linebacker Alvin Scioneaux suffered an knee injury during the game and was carted out of the locker room.

More Krasovic: Some overall thoughts on individual players’ performance for the Chargers.

Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego says that San Diego’s win over Dallas was confirmation that the Chargers have a good, deep team.

Marc Sessler of NFL.com writes that Rivers picked up where he left off last season in the opening drive against the Cowboys.

Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus evaluates the play of Rivers last season, noting that he had the highest grade in the league on third down.

ESPN Cowboys beat writer Todd Archer writes the Dallas defense needs a lot of work after struggling to stop the Chargers.

Jay Posner reports that Chargers got a 20.2 rating on TV locally.