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Chargers Daily Links: What is the team’s greatest position of need?

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With no more Chargers games to look forward to, it’s time to look towards the 2020 NFL Draft.

After 16 regular season games, we’ve got all we need to figure out where the Chargers need to improve upon heading into the 2021 season. The offensive line is an obvious place to start. Despite the pass defense being fairly strong down the stretch, they may lose a few bodies this offseason. Without Joey Bosa, the pass rush was also pretty underwhelming. How high of a pick should be used there, if at all?

I expect there to be a TON of conversations about where the Bolts should invest the majority of their resources this offseason. It’s going to fun, and at times, probably a little frustrating. With that in mind, let’s start the day with some healthy conversation.

As of this very moment, what is the team’s greatest position of need and why? Feel free to be as detailed as you want. As obvious as the offensive line is, could it not actually be the biggest problem? Discuss!

And here are today’s links.

Chargers News:

Check out Tom Telesco’s latest press conference (

Gavino Borquez discusses potential prospects the Bolts could select at No. 13 (Chargers Wire)

Jason Reed compares Anthony Lynn to the coaches who came before him (Bolt Beat)

Tom Telesco plans to be patient in search for new head coach (

NFL News:

Bill Barnwell predicts the entire 2021 playoff bracket (ESPN)

Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence enters 2021 NFL draft (ESPN)

Six realistic offseason trades (Bleacher Report)

Texans give six-year deal to Nick Caserio to be their new GM (Bleacher Report)

Jason La Canfora gives us his latest insider notes (CBS Sports)

NFL players react to the incidents in Washington D.C. (