Found April 13, 2013 on
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1. Offensive Tackle: The Chargers are certainly in the running for worst offensive line in the NFL, and the tackle position is their biggest problem. They made the move to sign King Dunlap, but he had some of the worst games I had ever seen out of a linemen last season. They not only need a starting caliper left tackle, but a right tackle as well. They need to address this as early in the draft as possible. Unfortunately they may need to consider trading up in order to grab one of the to tier tackle prospects.
2. Cornerback: Derek Cox was brought in to fill one of the open CB spots, but he is so injury prone and can't be relied on to hold down the position despite his talent. They also have no one to start across him even when he's healthy. They really need to bring in someone on the first two days of the draft. Don't even rule it out in round one if the other players they like are all taken.
3. Offensive Guard: I'm confident that the newly signed Rine...
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The strength of the 7-9 season for the San Diego Chargers was on defense, but five starters on defense will become unrestricted free agents in 2013. Antoine Cason, Aubrayo Franklin, Quentin Jammer, Vaughn Martin and Shaun Phillips.
That means we need to examine the Chargers 2013 defensive draft needs with the assumption that most of those players will be gone. The needs are as...
San Diego has addressed the offensive line during the off-season but they can't be done. They still desparetely need a franchise left tackle and more help on the offensive front.
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