Welcome to the Monday Mailbag! Thank you for sending in Twitter questions for me to answer, I will try to answer as many of them as I can. If you are here for The Athletic, I am sorry to say I will disappoint you. Here we go: Gil Sery: Since the Chargers don’t seem toContinue reading “Monday Mailbag: EDGE of 17 (look, it’s a movie title. I’m trying.)”
I rarely write here these days, but with all the information flying around during free agency and pre-draft I had to do a brain dump and share some nuggets with you guys. I initially just wanted to talk about one player (first on this list) but found more to discuss along the way. Here areContinue reading “Three Chargers Players Generating Buzz This Offseason”
For what it’s worth, I’m in Section 231 trying to get information on plays 80 yards away from me without binoculars… But, here we are. This is certainly a labor of love and any and all feedback is much appreciated, and as you are about to see there was quite a bit of effort putContinue reading “Fan Fest Scrimmage Breakdown: All Offensive First-team Reps vs Staley Defense”
The Chargers have a preseason game tomorrow and will likely force this writer to crumple up all his notes and burn his laptop. But hey, here is my best shot for now. Shall we change it up a bit? How about start with the defense: Defensive Tackle: Linval Joseph, Jerry Tillery, Justin Jones, Christian Covington,Continue reading “Updated Chargers 53-man Roster Predictions: Movement at Linebacker and Defensive Tackle”
The Los Angeles Chargers look poised to implement a brand new run game in the style of Kyle Shanahan’s San Francisco 49ers. This article will break down the Chargers’ struggles in 2020, one 49ers rushing concept, and how different Chargers players will be used in said concept. To get an idea of where the BoltsContinue reading “Chargers Developing Run Game: Outside Zone – Strong Lead”
Welcome to the 35th Chargers roster prediction article you have read just this week. Here is an updated look at how the final 53 may have changed after a little over a week of practice: Quarterback: Justin Herbert, Chase Daniel (2) The first two are no surprise, and to be honest not seeing Easton StickContinue reading “Chargers Roster Predictions: Joe Reed Falls Way Behind”
The Los Angeles Chargers closed the first week of training camp running one particular offensive formation more frequently than expected: Trips. Is this a trend to keep an eye on heading into 2021? To explore this further I looked for data from the New Orleans Saints over the past few seasons and compared it toContinue reading “Chargers to Implement More Trips Formation in 2021?”
Tyron Johnson, WR Tyron Johnson has unquestionably been the standout of Chargers training camp so far. Forget the routine 50-yard bombs from Justin Herbert and focus on the intermediate work for a moment. Johnson has, on multiple occasions, shown he is more than the deep threat Jalen Guyton is. Whether it be a diving cradleContinue reading “Week 1 Chargers Training Camp Notes: 10 Players on Offense and Defense”
The Los Angeles Chargers have held three public training camp practices for fans, showing off their brand new offense as receivers, tight ends, and running backs all make plays in the passing game. Everyone, that is, except former No. 7 overall pick Mike Williams. Based on my own eyes and reports from those in attendanceContinue reading “Mike Williams Falling Behind at Chargers Training Camp”
A new special teams coach, a few new faces at punt returner, and a brand new season. What could possibly go wrong? Everything. Everything went wrong on Day 1 of Chargers training camp. Here is the breakdown of the punt returner competition as I saw it today: Austin Proehl KJ Hill Jalen Guyton Tyron JohnsonContinue reading “Disaster at Punt Returner: Are the Chargers Destined to Repeat 2020?”
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