Good morning, Chargers fans!
CBS Sports NFL analyst Jeff Kerr just dropped an article where he discusses the ceiling and floor of each of the 32 teams for this season.
In regards to the Chargers, Kerr has their ceiling extremely high, believing the Bolts could finish with a 13-4 record and a birth in this year’s Super Bowl after winning the AFC Championship Game. After the team provided “top-five quarterback” Justin Herbert with a stellar defense to pair well with their offensive firepower, Kerr truly believes this is a team poised for a deep playoff run.
Now if the team were to fall short of expectations, he still has them finishing with a 10-7 record while also losing in the wild card round. That floor would still be a step up from their 9-8 record a year ago when they also just missed the postseason but Chargers fans would still likely be unsatisfied given the sky-high hopes for this club following a really, really strong offseason.
After reading what Kerr had to say regarding the ceiling/floor of the Chargers, what are all of your thoughts on the topic? DO you agree with his assessment? What would you consider to be the ceiling/floor of the Bolts in 2022? Let me know all of your thoughts in the comments below!
And now for today’s links.
Check out the best photos from Monday’s practice (Chargers.com)
Tom Telesco recently sat down with beat writers to discuss the current state of the team (Chargers.com)
A bold prediction for every position group on defense (Chargers Wire)
Three Chargers that were quiet in the preseason who will make a lot of noise during the regular season (Bolt Beat)
Predicting the win-loss records for every team in 2022 (CBS Sports)
Six teams that are headed for a very bumpy ride during the 2022 season (CBS Sports)
32 bold predictions and fantasy breakout players (ESPN+)
Tom Brady is using all the negative questions about his offensive line to motivate the group (NFL.com)
Mitch Trubisky was listed as the starter on the Steelers’ week one depth chart (Pro Football Talk)
David Bakhtiari could return for the Packers by week one (Bleacher Report)