Rejoice, my friends in the fact that the 2020 NFL Draft is officially two weeks from today!
God willing, we will be prepping for the first round of the draft 14 days from now and will be mere hours away from learning which bright, young star will be joining our favorite football teams. In 14 days and some change, we will know whether or not this team is going all in on Tyrod Taylor or putting their future into a rookie QB.
I can’t flippin’ wait. Enjouy the links, everyone and have a happy Thursday.
‘Perfect’ Chargers Draft Scenarios with USA Today’s Luke Easterling
“Luke Easterling of USA Today’s “The Draft Wire” joins Chris Hayre explore what the most ideal 2020 NFL Draft may look like for the Chargers.”
Darrell Stuckey Talks Former KU Teammate Chris Harris Jr.
“Former Chargers safety and special teams ace Darrell Stuckey and current Chargers cornerback Chris Harris Jr. were teammates and roommates at the University of Kansas for three years.”
Building SoFi Stadium: The Architects
“Look into the concept and design of the Chargers’ new home in 2020.”
Tracking Chargers’ pre-draft meetings ahead of 2020 NFL Draft
“The Chargers can officially meet with 30 prospects before the start of the 2020 NFL Draft.”
Should Chargers trade CB Desmond King?
“There’s speculations of King converting to the team’s dime linebacker, which is the same role that Adrian Phillips was responsible for the past two seasons. But that would mean that King’s snaps would significantly decrease.”
Pro Football Focus’ mock draft brings Chargers quarterback of future, help on defense
“L.A. kicks off the draft by answering what life after Philip Rivers will look like. The team has expressed their confidence in Tyrod Taylor, but I believe he will serve as the bridge, given the fact that Taylor has one more year remaining on his contract and they’re in a prime position to grab one of the top quarterbacks.”
2020 NFL Mock draft 5.0: What if the Dolphins trade up to No. 1?
“Here’s what such a draft might look like, with the proviso that some quarterbacks (not just Herbert) could be overdrafted based on positional value as opposed to athletic potential.”
Los Angeles Chargers: 2010 NFL Draft Retrospective
“Nobody that the Los Angeles Chargers selected in the 2010 NFL Draft is still on the team, let alone in the league. In fact, there are only 27 players that were selected after the first round that are still in the league, 26 if we don’t count Antonio Brown.”
LA Chargers: Breaking down the non-quarterback options at six
“This year, the Chargers are in need at the quarterback position. That has never been the case with a decade and a half of Philip Rivers starting but with the team moving in a new direction, they now need to find their future franchise quarterback, even if Tyrod Taylor is slated to start in 2020.”
3 factors could cause Tua Tagovailoa to fall to the Chargers
“The Chargers could be in a position to be on of the surprise teams in the NFL next season, but having a more dynamic quarterback option like Tagovailoa available will be crucial. They’ve made countless strides in their roster construction especially on defense.”