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The best and worst PFF grades from the Chargers’ win over Washington

Who showed out against Washington and who didn’t show up at all?

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at Washington Football Team Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

I usually take the time to talk about these on my Twitter each week, but I thought throwing them into a post on here would also be convenient for those who are able to stay away from the bird app. (Apologies for being so late in the week!)

The Chargers were joined by the Rams as the only two teams in the NFL from week one to finish with a top-5 overall offensive and defensive game grade. You want to talk about high-level play all across the board, the Bolts did just that in a game I felt was much more lopsided than the final score depicted.

If you take out the horrendous fumble call and Keenan Allen’s big drop on an easy third-down conversion, this game could have easily been won before the fourth quarter even began.

Below are the best and worst PFF grades for the Chargers on either side of the ball.

Top Offense Grades

QB Justin Herbert - 84.7
WR Mike Williams - 79.7
WR Keenan Allen - 75.3
OT Rashawn Slater - 73.5
OG Matt Feiler - 73.2

Worst Offense Grades

TE Donald Parham - 53.6
OT Bryan Bulaga - 55.8
RB Larry Rountree - 57.2
C Corey Linsley - 58.5
RB Austin Ekeler - 58.6

Top Defensive Grades

S Derwin James - 90.0
EDGE Joey Bosa - 82.8
LB Kyzir White - 82.6
CB Chris Harris Jr. - 76.6
LB Kenneth Murray - 75.0

Worst Defensive Grades

DL Eric Banks - 29.7
DL Jerry Tillery - 43.7
CB Michael Davis - 46.8
EDGE Kyler Fackrell - 50.9
DT Justin Jones - 54.8