Recapping the NFL’s Offseason with PFT’s Charean Williams - Chris Hayre
On Chargers’ defense: “It’s going to be a fun defense unless you’re the opposing quarterback or the opposing offensive coordinator playing against them. They’re going to put a lot of pressure on the quarterback with Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram and all those guys up front.”
'You play to win the game' - Daniel Kelley
I don’t say this to claim the moral high ground; I probably took the free games too seriously, and they went the other way. But it’s the same way I play fantasy — I don’t need to be playing for big money to try. And I don’t need to have a chance at the title to try, either.
Poll: Who Is Patriots' Biggest AFC Threat? - Sam Robinson
Las Vegas places the Chargers as the division’s favorite, despite the franchise having failed to make the playoffs in each of the past four years and all but one season in the 2010s. They also have by far the weakest home-field advantage in football. But, roster-wise, the Bolts boast a strong pass rush, added Mike Pouncey and selected a player whom many thought was the steal of the draft in Derwin James. Los Angeles’ similar offensive core, Hunter Henry‘s injury aside, should be a boon for the Philip Rivers-led attack to lead a breakthrough charge.
5 reasons why Chargers have Super Bowl potential in 2018 - Will Reeve
Continuity is something that has become near impossible to achieve in the NFL with the advent of free agency, advanced statistics and pressure for each team to compete immediately. Though constant upheaval and change have become the norm in the NFL, not all teams operate in this knee-jerk fashion as evidenced by organizations such as the Patriots, who have kept their business and football models status quo for nearly two decades.
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