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AA Los Angeles Chargers Depth Chart

AA Los Angeles Chargers Depth Chart

Los Angeles Chargers Depth Chart

Steve Reichenbach breaks down the Los Angeles Chargers for Aztecs.com.

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Everyone on the Chargers is going to have a breakout year in 2021. With a plethora of weapons on their team and a franchise quarterback has many experts thinking that the Chargers could be a dark horse playoff team in 2021. The key to the Chargers offense is their generational talent at quarterback, Justin Herbert. Herbert can throw deep and against the blitz and it’s a good thing that the Chargers have the perfect weapons around him to compliment his skillset. Keenan Allen can beat any defensive back short or long and Mike Williams is a great deep threat because of his great speed and high vertical leap. The Chargers also have Austin Ekeler at running back who can run tough downhill while also being able to catch passes out of the backfield. Look out for other guys like RB Josh Kelly, TE Jared Cook, and WR Josh Palmer to make an impact for a potential playoff run.

The Los Angeles Chargers activated tight end Jared Cook from the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday, according to head coach Brandon Staley. Cook missed the team's Week 17 win over the Denver Broncos, but he'll be back for Sunday night's win-and-in showdown against the division-rival Las Vegas Raiders on the road. In Cook's absence last Sunday, Tre' McKitty and Stephen Anderson combined for just four catches and 30 yards on four targets. Cook should return to his regular role as the team's primary pass-catching tight end, but he's mostly been a low-upside TE2 for fantasy purposes this season. The 34-year-old is averaging only 2.9 catches and 32.3 yards per game and has scored four times on 44 receptions over 15 games. (Source: fantasydata.com)

 

 

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