Los Angeles Chargers: 3 Most telling stats from 2016 - Derek Snyder
That being said, not everything was bad last season. There were a few guys who had career-years and that should give every Chargers’ fan hope going into 2017. If these guys can get going again this year, the AFC West will be on notice.
Los Angeles Chargers lose no talent en route to NFL's best offseason - Ryan Lipton
All in all, Los Angeles should be amongst one of the most improved teams in 2017 and it should not surprise anyone if Chargers general manager Tom Telesco wins executive of the year in 2018 after the NFL’s best offseason.
Veteran Kenny Wiggins Won't "Roll Over" for Rookies - Ricky Henne
“Obviously they’re good players. They got drafted where they got drafted for a reason. But I’m not the kind of guy to just roll over and let them take the job. They’ve got to go through me first. That’s my mentality. I’m ready for the challenge. I understand they’ll get every opportunity that I didn’t get as a rookie. I’m OK with that because I should have played better in college. But right now, this is my spot to lose.”
Chaos Gives Chargers Chance To Go Worst-To-First In AFC West - Rob DiRe
The Chargers have a legitimate claim to the best quarterback in the division, even though Philip Rivers struggled last season and Derek Carr became the highest-paid player at the position. Carr was pushing himself into the MVP conversation for a while last year, peaking as Rivers’ play fell off. All things being the same, one would guess Carr stands out as the gold standard even if he has only one 14-and-a-half-game sample size of playing at that elite level. The assumption that all things are the same is incorrect, though.
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