clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Best and worst Chargers PFF grades vs. the Patriots

Who did, and who didn’t, stand out against the Patriots?

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

While watching the game against the Patriots, not many players or performances stood out in real time. Justin Jackson had his long run, Keenan Allen had a big catch-and-run early on, but overall it seemed like a lackluster performance for both sides of the ball.

However, the Chargers somehow came away with their third-highest grade of the season as a team with a 69.6. This grade is all-inclusive. Both sides of the ball and special teams grades make this one up. The only games in which the entire team received a higher grade were the contests against Washington and Las Vegas.

So there had to be some good somewhere, right?

Well, let’s take a look at the numbers and find out. Let me know what the most-surprising grades are in the comments below!



C Corey Linsley - 85.5
WR Joshua Palmer - 80.0
OG Michael Schofield - 79.3
OT Rashawn Slater - 79.2
RB Justin Jackson - 71.9


OG Senio Kelemete - 41.3
TE Donald Parham - 52.0
RB Larry Rountree - 52.8
OT Storm Norton - 52.9
TE Jared Cook - 55.5



DT Linval Joseph - 80.2
S Nasir Adderley - 73.6
S Alohi Gilman - 73.5
LB Kyzir White - 72.0
EDGE Uchenna Nwosu - 70.3


LB Drue Tranquill - 46.0
CB Chris Harris Jr. - 48.8
DT Christian Covington - 52.7
CB Michael Davis - 53.0
EDGE Joey Bosa - 53.2