The San Diego Chargers have been one of the most active teams in free agency thus far.
Chargers fans may have a hard time recognizing their team as San Diego has added several new faces to their roster.
Unfortunately though, it will most likely be the players the Chargers lost that will have the greatest impact on their 2012 season. No.1 receiver Vincent Jackson signed a five-year, $55.5 million deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers while power back Mike Tolbert followed former defensive coordinator Ron Rivera to the Carolina Panthers.
Yes, it seems like the door may be closing on this one-time offensive powerhouse. Here are four bold predictions for the Chargers’ 2012 NFL season.Newly Acquired Robert Meachem Will Struggle As The No.1 or 2 Option
You gotta give San Diego credit for going out and grabbing this guy once they realized that Jackson wasn’t coming back. But if they expect him to come in and produce like a No.1 receiver, they’re going to be greatly disappointed.