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Best and worst Chargers on offense/defense through the first month of the 2023 season

Khalil Mack’s dominance over the Raiders shot him to the top of the Chargers defense.

Las Vegas Raiders v Los Angeles Chargers Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

The Chargers rebounded from a rough 0-2 start to the season to get back to .500 just in time for their bye this week. The remaining schedule is a mixed bag of teams on either end of the spectrum. A lot of great teams and some not-so-good ones litter their path to the postseason.

The Chargers certainly needed a lot to go right the past two weeks to get here, and that included some historical performances from several of their star players.

The bye creates a natural checkpoint to the season. It’s a moment where we can take a step back, slow down, and reflect on the year thus far.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at the best and worst Chargers on either side of the ball through four weeks.



WR Keenan Allen - 80.2
QB Justin Herbert - 76.3
OT Rashawn Slater - 75.0
RB Austin Ekeler - 74.8
WR Mike Williams - 74.6


TE Tre’ McKitty - 35.2
TE Stone Smartt - 45.7
RB Joshua Kelley - 53.1
RB Elijah Dotson - 54.8
WR Joshua Palmer - 55.7



EDGE Khalil Mack - 83.1
CB Asante Samuel Jr. - 78.8
S Alohi Gulman - 74.3
LB Nick Niemann - 65.3
S Dean Marlowe - 63.2


EDGE Brevin Allen - 29.8
DT Austin Johnson - 34.8
DT Scott Matlock - 39.9
CB Michael Davis - 44.2
CB J.C. Jackson - 48.2