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Los Angeles Chargers 2018 Season Recap - PFF Analysis Team
Philip Rivers had an MVP-caliber season as he earned his highest season grade since 2010 at 90.8 overall, ranking fourth in the among quarterbacks.

Draft History: Grades and stats for every first- and second-round pick since 2015 AFC West edition - Ben Cooper
Bosa has been the guy the Chargers hoped they were getting when they used the third overall pick on him three seasons ago. And with an 86.6 overall grade in 2016 and an 88.8 grade in 2017, Bosa has maybe even exceeded expectations. Last season was a down year for the edge defender, but he was still able to notch 37 quarterback pressures in his limited time on the field.

2018 injured players to remember come 2019 fantasy time - Tyler Loechner
Henry was supposed to break out in 2018, and while that didn’t happen because of injury, he’s definitely going to be one of the top breakout/rebound candidates in 2019. Henry collected 12 touchdowns from 2016-2017 while playing second fiddle to Antonio Gates. As the main man in 2019, Henry will shine.

Five offseason moves to improve all 16 AFC teams - Bill Barnwell
The Chargers have a lot of work to do up front, as 34-year-old nose tackle Brandon Mebane is a free agent, while L.A. declined the option on Corey Liuget, who started the 2018 season suspended and ended it on injured reserve with a torn hamstring. Throw in Darius Philon and Damion Square, both of whom are free agents, and the Chargers have to find players to make up more than 1,700 missing defensive snaps in 2019.

History says Chargers GM Tom Telesco will fix offensive line in free agency - Tyler Schoon
Franklin was released early into his tenure with the Bolts, having failed to be anything more than a below-average guard for the Chargers. The team’s more recent major signings, Okung and Pouncey, have been the most rewarding: Both have been to a Pro-Bowl in their short time thus far.

Los Angeles Chargers: Will 2019 be the year Artavis Scott becomes a force? - Travis Wakeman
Expect the Chargers to address the wide receiver position either in the draft or free agency this offseason, depending on what happens with Tyrell Williams and Benjamin, but there is already another possible option on the roster in Scott.

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