Good morning, Chargers fans!
If the season ended today, the Chargers would own the 14th-overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft, according to NFL.com. That would be the team’s lowest selection since they drafted Rashawn Slater with the 13th-overall pick in 2021.
The Bolts need help at several positions. They’re either lacking notable depth in the current moment or they’ll potentially need to replace players who aren’t likely to return to the team next year. Some positions the Chargers could look into this offseason include tight end, linebacker, cornerback, and running back.
With 10 games left in the regular season, where do you predict the Chargers will ultimately end up at the end of the season? Do you think they’ll land somewhere around this prediction? Let us know in the comments below!
And now for today’s links.
Check out the top photos from the Chargers’ win over the Bears on Sunday Night Football (Chargers.com)
Five more takeaways from Sunday’s win over the Bears (Chargers.com)
Four players the Chargers should target ahead of the trade deadline (Chargers Wire)
Three Bears players the Chargers could trade for after they fell to 2-6 (Bolt Beat)
The Lions finally saw the potential of Jahmyr Gibbs in their MNF win over the Raiders (ESPN)
Grading every trade in the NFL ahead of Tuesday’s deadline (ESPN+)
Check out the 2024 NFL draft order following the results of Week Eight (NFL.com)
Rookie Clayton Tune will start at quarterback for the Cardinals in Week Nine (Pro Football Talk)
Leonard Williams could be the final piece to the Seahawks defense (Touchdown Wire)
Davante Adams is having the worst time in Las Vegas (Bleacher Report)