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Offseason Refresher Course: Oakland Raiders In a time of the game where being younger and attempting to stockpile sure-fire has become the norm, Jon Gruden has decided take a path less traveled. Throughout this past free agency period, it seemed as if Gruden had a soft spot in his heart for older players whose primes came and went four or five years ago.

Over/Under: Keenan Allen's Receiving Yards and Touchdowns During the first half of the 2015 season prior to his season-ending injury, the Keenan Allen we all laid witness to was some thing else. It took one game for him to set the franchise-record for catches in a game at 15. It culminated in a masterful performance that ignited a comeback against the Detroit Lions on their home turf.

PFF: Chargers CB Desmond King dominant against run in 2017 The Chargers defense struggled mightily against the run in 2017, and a lot of that had to do with the poor execution of the interior defensive line and linebackers.

The Chargers Aren't Actually That Interested in Antonio Gates In the wake of Hunter Henry's devastating ACL injury on the first day of offseason team activities, it was prognosticated that the Chargers would have no choice but to bring back tight end Antonio Gates. That was two months ago. Gates remains unsigned and, largely, uncourted by any NFL teams.

The Los Angeles Chargers ceiling next season is 14-2 The Los Angeles Chargers, fresh off a 9-7 season, are the consensus favorites to win the AFC West and could make a deep playoff run next season. Los Angeles is turning over a talented, young roster that only got better this offseason.

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Joey Bosa Is a Dominant Force Know Your Enemy - 2018 AFC West Preview - Los Angeles Chargers - Lance Sanderson: The Chargers wound up getting a solid haul during the 2018 NFL Draft highlighted by snatching up a top-10 level talent in S Derwin James at pick 17.

Chargers Bubble Watch: WR Nelson Spruce In less than two weeks, the Los Angeles Chargers will report to the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa for the second consecutive year. Training camp gives fans a first look at the team coming off the offseason. It's a chance to see the new rookie class and any free agents the team has brought in on the field at the same time.

AFC West: ESPN's NFL Nation expects big things from Chargers ESPN's NFL Nation put out their predictions with two months remaining until Week 1, and they were all over the Los Angeles Chargers. Not only did they have the Chargers winning the division, but they had Philip Rivers being the MVP of the AFC West, as they pushed all their chips in the middle when it comes to Los Angeles.

Know Your Enemy - 2018 AFC West Preview - Los Angeles Chargers In order to better understand Denver's biggest rivals, we at Mile High Huddle are going to scrutinize the AFC West and determine whether the Broncos stand a chance at getting back to the top of their division. Last week, we took a dive into the defending AFC West Champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Chargers' Keenan Allen No. 11 on NFL's fantasy football top-50 rankings As the 2018 season is near and fans are gearing up for another year of fantasy football, Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen joins running back Melvin Gordon in NFL's top-50 fantasy football rankings, checking in at No. 11 after a career year in 2017.

Chargers' Hayward needs to get the respect he deserves "I don't get no respect." Ah, the popular catchphrase mouthed by the late Rodney Dangerfield. It also applies to Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward. You wouldn't think so because of how well he's played since joining the Chargers as a free agent in 2016.

Can the Chargers Survive in Los Angeles? Separating themselves from the competition, both in their league and outside of it, will continue to be the Chargers' greatest challenge going forward. Alas, this is the only part of the equation that the Chargers have a significant say in. If they want to make an impact, if they want to survive and flourish in LA, they have to win.

Los Angeles Chargers: Top 5 villains in team history The Los Angeles Chargers have been in existence since 1959. In that time, the team and it's fans have created some heated rivalries across the world of professional football. But villains are necessary, even if they sometimes bring the worst out of our emotions.

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Will Philip Rivers Be the MVP of the AFC West? So to have somebody in my family to talk to is pretty sweet." RB leaders in fantasy points per touch - Tyler Loechner: Austin Ekeler - a sneaky option to have a successful 2018 campaign - ranked third, with 1.08 fantasy points per touch.

Top Ten Individual Defensive Performances of 2017: #3 Joey Bosa v. NYG Wk. 5 Giants - 6 tackles, 2 sacks, TFL, forced fumble. Giants fans might want to look away once again for this next defensive performance as we come right back to the Chargers' first win of the '17 season. For the #4 performance, Melvin Ingram was highlighted as he harassed Eli Manning from the first whistle to the last.

Chargers unofficial mascot 'Boltman' announces retirement The man behind the Chargers unofficial mascot, Boltman, announced his retirement Thursday. Dan Jauregui, a Ramona, CA resident played the role for more than 22 years and decided he isn't sharing his affection for the team anymore.

The Los Angeles Chargers will be the next Legion of Boom The Los Angeles Chargers are going to be one of the most exciting teams to watch in football next season. A well-rounded offense and defense with a, hopefully, improved special teams should lead to promising results for the Chargers. With a division that has undergone a quarterback shake-up, Los Angeles has emerged as the favorites.

Twitter reacts to Chargers new broadcast team The Chargers announced their new broadcast team for the 2018 season Tuesday. Headlining the new-look booth is former Bolt and all-time great running back LaDainian Tomlinson. Alongside Tomlinson will be NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah and sports anchor Mario Solis.

Los Angeles Chargers 2018 Team Preview and Prediction The Chargers' self-proclaimed "Fight for LA" might be a lost cause, at least for the time being, because the Rams have proven to be much more popular in Los Angeles. After all, they made the playoffs last season while the Chargers didn't.

AFC West Q&A: Who will win the division? For the Chargers to take their first division title since 2009, they'll have to hold off the two-time defending champion Chiefs.

Los Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Do the Chargers Have the NFL’s Best Roster? The 10 best players ever selected at the NFL Supplemental Draft - Christian D'Andrea: The 348-pound Williams was a fixture in the middle of the Chargers' defensive line for 12 seasons, peaking with a four-year run from 2005 to 2008 that saw him earn All-Pro honors three times.

Los Angeles Chargers: Projected starters ahead of training camp Of course, the injury bug seems to enjoy its stay around the team and tight end Hunter Henry has already been lost for the year. However, if the team can find a way to stay healthy throughout the season, it has a great shot to make a deep run. The Chargers haven't won the division since 2009 and haven't made the playoffs since 2013.

The three toughest road games for the Los Angeles Chargers in 2018 The Los Angeles Chargers,. Things got off to a rough start in Anthony Lynn's first year as Chargers coach. The team started off 0-4 and were basically an afterthought by the midway point of the season, but Lynn managed to get his team to finish strong and end up 9-7, winning six of their final seven games, just missing the playoffs.

Chargers Offensive Line Ranks 23rd in the NFL by Pro Football Focus It's not that I was expecting the Chargers' unit to be a top-10 group or anything like that, but I definitely didn't expect them to be in the bottom third of the entire league. The Bolts were actually a top team in terms of the least amount of sacks given up while Rivers owned the lowest percentage of being sacked when under pressure.

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