The Los Angeles Chargers new home, baring any set backs due to COVID-19, should be opening this summer. Both the Los Angeles Chargers and the Loss Angeles Ram😜 have unveiled their new logos in preparation for the real Battle of LA. This is an important moment for both franchises, and maybe more so for the … Continue reading New Stadium, New Logo, New Uniform, New Identity
With this post, someone reading this should be my 10,000th reader! I started this Charger’s blog on January 23rd, 2020 and could not have imagined to have the success I have had so far. My first post had 43 total readers in its first week. Today, each post now has closer to 300+ the day … Continue reading The Master Bolt: Special Thanks and More to Come
Nick Vigil is a former Utah State linebacker, who was drafted in the 3rd-round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. Last year was his first year as a full-time starter on a very bad Bengals team. Vigil signed a 1-year, $3 million dollar contract (if he hits max incentives) to come to … Continue reading Breaking Down Former Bengal Linebacker: Nick Vigil
Defensive Tackles (B-) Signing Linval Joseph instantly upgraded the interior of this line, but there are still question marks. Primarily, who backs up Joseph? The hope is that Damian Square makes a return, as he has been a decent rotational player in the A gap. Justin Jones and Jerry Tillery will be in a very … Continue reading Re-Evaluating Defensive Position Groups After the First Wave of Free Agency
Now that the first wave of Free Agency is over, here is a list of players still available for hire. Headlined by Cam Newton, these players are likely to come at a bargain. Jadeveon Clowney is surprisingly still available as well. The Offensive Tackle position is still rather strong as is the defensive line. The … Continue reading Best Remaining Free Agents
Cam Newton is being released in a terrible divorce as Matt Rhule cleans house. The Carolina Panthers look in disarray, as they have lost most of their defense this offseason. Luke Kuechly retired, James Bradberry, Gerald McCoy, Mario Addison, Bruce Irvin and Dontari Poe all left in Free Agency. The team lost tight end and … Continue reading Does Cam Newton to the Chargers Make Sense?
Quarterbacks (C+) With Philip Rivers officially signing with the Indianapolis Colts and Tom Brady choosing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Chargers are currently left with Tyrod Taylor and Easton Stick on the roster. Brady choosing the Buccaneers over the Chargers created the financial opportunity for the Chargers to go get key players at other positions. … Continue reading Re-Evaluating Offensive Position Groups After the First Wave of Free Agency
(Credit | Twitter: @ChargerSwap | Instagram: ChargersSwap)(Credit | Twitter: @ChargerSwap | Instagram: ChargersSwap) The Los Angeles Chargers are very familiar with Chris Harris Jr. He has played for the division rival Denver Broncos since they picked him up as an UDFA. He is a former 1st-team All-Pro, 2x 2nd-team All-Pro, 4-time pro bowler and Super … Continue reading Breaking Down Chargers New Cornerback: Chris Harris Jr.
(Credit | Twitter: @ChargerSwap | Instagram: ChargersSwap) Man, Look at the big defensive tackle in that throw back jersey! Linval Joseph is an enormous human being. Standing 6'4", 330 pounds, Joseph gives lineman fits when trying to block him. He is an immovable object in the trenches with that size and his strength. It is … Continue reading Breaking Down Nose Tackle Linval Joseph
There is a lot to get excited about for Charger fans. The Chargers have made two drastic moves to upgrade the offensive line, trading for Trai Turner and signing former Packer, Bryan Bulaga. Bulaga is one of the leagues top pass blockers, and his signing comes at a time most needed. There will be a … Continue reading Breaking Down Bryan Bulaga