Feb 25, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Texas Christian defensive back Jason Verrett runs the 40 yard dash during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Grade the San Diego Chargers Draft So Far


I know that some of you are all going to say that we won’t know until they get on the field, but I want to know right now! I am impatient and I want to know what you all think of the selections that we have made this year?

The San Diego Chargers have added Jason Verrett, Jeremiah Attaochu and Chris Watt with their first 3 selections and have traded away their 4th round choice. What do you think of the moves that we have made so far?

Verrett and Attaochu make sense. We needed help in pass defense and we found a corner and a pass rusher to make some things happen. It wasn’t Kyle Van Noy, but Van Noy didn’t even slide close to us.

That 3rd round draft choice is where things got a little confusing. Chris Watt might turn out to be a good player, but it seemed like there were other good options on the board. Last time I thought that of an offensive line selection was D.J. Fluker, so I hope that I am completely off base.

There seemed to be better offensive linemen available and there was the option of Donte Moncrief to add at wide receiver. He could have been a nice selection for the roster, but he will be playing somewhere else.

I am going to grade this draft a C right now. In Telesco I trust? Still have that on hold.

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  • Connor Ferrante

    Chris Watt was the best run blocking lineman left on the board. I like it. I give them a B

    • Julien Bélair

      we needed a G who can run block to open some holes for Mathews….but damn Moncrief…

      • Cooper

        i think he’ll be transitioned into C. He’s extremely smart. Held a 4.3 GPA in school.

        • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

          How do we know they don’t grab another lineman still? Lol.. Even in UDFA… I mean, people are ok with Addae playing safety. Why not a UDFA for a center?

  • FitzWilly

    We definitely got better with this draft
    3 high energy ballers :)

    Great Job T^2

  • Julien Bélair

    Attaochu over KVN all day !! I really like this pick !!

    • Rob Base

      Hey watch it bud! Jk he will grow on me in time. Over all I give Bolts B+

      • Julien Bélair

        until proven otherwise I have to give an A

        • Rob Base

          Fair enough. Hope Bolts go WR in the 5th!

          • Julien Bélair

            I surely hope so

    • Gunnar Martin

      Just because Attaochu is a great pick doesn’t mean you have to bag on Van Noy bro! Don’t touch that sensitive subject in the midst of other Chargers fans! Haha. With that said, I am very pleased with how this year’s draft has worked out thus far.

    • jamfed

      I like KVN but I think he’ll do better as a SAM LB in a 4-3. Attaochu is a 3-4OLB

      • Julien Bélair

        I agree with you. Attaochu is a pure pass rusher who can get 10+ sacks

  • Julien Bélair

    our defence just got more energetic and a lot more attitude

  • tubbs45

    trade up to get bryant in the next round?

    • Julien Bélair

      real possibility

    • Derek

      There’s a reason he hasn’t been touched. Everybody has seen this story before big raw wr that can run fast (Stephen hill, Mohammed sanu)

      • Julien Bélair

        well he is a forth round talent anyway… he hasn’t fall

  • Derek

    One thing I trust Tt with is drafting wr’s he did it in Indy and here I bet he’ll still find a guy that can start outside by mid season. Just hope he grabs a nt too.

    • Nick619chargers4life

      I’m sure he has someone in mind for the WR position .

      • diomar espinal

        I believe it will be Robert Herron. Plays just like TY hilton. Good route runner and explosive. beats up on press coverage which is a huge plus in our offense.

        • Rob Base

          That would be awesome but he will be gone in the 4th

          • diomar espinal

            I pray he isnt bro lol . Thats why i was kind of upset we gave up that 4th becuase i thought we would use it on Robert. But i cant be mad we added an athlete to the team an explosive athlete at that. But like i said hopefully teams dont know about him like TT does and he is around in the 5th.

          • Nick in PB

            Ladamian Washington would be a good late round WR pick. Tall and fast. The kind of guy that could stretch the field. And a great character guy. Watch this:

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            Chandler Jones? John Brown?

          • Rob Base

            Brown went to the Cards. Jones, Saunders,Janis someone with speed and that can KR is what I’m hoping for.

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            Did he? Missed that. Yeah, kick returner would be nice.

        • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

          I can see that pick. He was in my WR article.

          • diomar espinal

            pretty funny story, I purchased NFL rewind couple months back to do film study on our players during games and also other players. I decided to go back and re watch the Seahawks vs Colts game. And its hilarious how bad TY hilton was abusing Richard Sherman. I counted atleast 3 plays that would have been TDs if Luck looked his way right away. Anytime they were in their press man alignment, TY got open fairly easily. Point of me saying that is from the research i did and tape i saw, Herron is in that same mold and if he can duplicate what TY has done, then i believe we would have an amazing 1-2 punch with herron and Keenan. People will be scared because Robert doesnt have ideal height. But TY doesnt either. The problem is these guys are so explosive that the DBs cant get their hands on them at the line which makes them impossible to jam. Richard Sherman whose supposed to be this physical corner was consistently left in the dust. If any one here does not believe what i am saying please go purchase NFL rewind and re watch that game. Not only was TY doing it to him. Not only was Ty beating his jam easily, but Reggie Wayne did also. I say that because it makes me believe that with Keenans skills, which are identicals to Reggie’s,if they leave them on an island, Keenan will eat up that press coverage.

          • Stefanie Smith

            Good insights. Thanks.

          • diomar espinal

            yea the NFL rewind is the best purchase ive made in years lol people like to talk out of their ass so now i can go back and watch if the nonsense people spew is correct or not .

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            That would be a long way for Herron to fall, but I would be happy if they picked him!

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      He’s probably looking for a kick return WR, don’t you think?

    • Stefanie Smith

      He didn’t do the drafting. Polian did. He was the part of the scouting department. Telesco was part of Polian’s staff. And when Polian got the boot, he stayed one year longer with Grigson as the GM.

      • Derek

        But look at the wr’s they drafted with Tt hof wrs and breakout guy hilton vs the guys they draft without Tt, I forgot his name but he didn’t start till he was the last option left plus the Howard bey pick up. That’s y u draw the conclusion Tt had a strong influence on the wr’s taken in Indy and now sd

  • Nick619chargers4life

    I go B+ . Maybe cuz I’m drinking but , I think it’s been pretty solid . We have a bunch of FA OL next season so we have to groom someone . We Have a bunch of FA OLB next season, so we had to with “jerry” . And of course we needed a corner so, B+ in my book . It’s not like we were picking 11 in every round.

  • Cgoodness13

    I’m shocked theirs more As than Cs, but I gave it a B

    • Nick619chargers4life

      I have B+ .

      • Gunnar Martin

        That’s what I’m thinking too. Very, very happy with Verrett and Attaochu. Chris Watt, in my opinion, was a pretty big reach and I was upset about it at first, but he’s starting to grow on me since I’ve looked more into it. He still wasn’t good value, but at least I can live with it now.

  • Thanos

    I though for sure it was gonna be Pierre desir instead of watt

    • Julien Bélair

      Moncrief for me

      • jamfed

        Moncrief is a height weight speed guy. He’s big and fast, but If the Chiefs, Chargers, Jets and Eagles all passed on him in the 3rd round (and all needed a WR), . I’m root’n for Moncrief though but there’s got to be a good reason why those teams passed on him.

        • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

          Exactly. Same with Yankey. He dropped like a rock.

          • Julien Bélair

            I prefer Watt over Yankey for sure

          • jamfed

            Funny how a “guard, could be a tackle” stock can drop, vs. a “Tackle that could be a guard”. Yankey was a little bit of a mystery before the draft…

        • Sergio Quintero

          Underachiever with excellent skill set doesn’t sound like the chargers policy for players, the chargers love overachievers, tape drafters.

    • deefish

      lol i know right

  • esco charger

    I give this draft a B so far attaochu is my favorite pick so far verrett will be a very good slot corner Watt looks like a decent player it would of ranked us higher but we did trade away our 4th from now on im trading away my 4th pick on all my chargers mock drafts and move up in the second

    • Julien Bélair

      attaochu and Verrett are homerun picks to me…very happy right now

      • esco charger

        If we would of got nix then it would of been a homerun draft we could of gone other ways with our 3rd but I guess u can say bye bye clary

        • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

          Watt is a left guard. Clary plays right.

          • Rob Base

            I think he a started his career at right then went to left.

          • arnie

            fluker an harris can play RT , RG an LT, my point? ALL Olinmen are crossed trained by coach D to play anywhere on the line. guard is still Guard….

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            Maybe. But, as this point, I have stopped chasing the dangling carrot of Clary being cut. He’s probably not going anywhere, so why even entertain it anymore? They seem content to let him retire a Charger, against all reasonable rationale. Had they drafted a pure right guard… maybe I would raise my eyebrow for a nanosecond.

          • arnie

            That’s the thing, Like Rob said He did play RG as a freshmen. They just needed to him to play LG. It’s more likely he could be in place to fill the role of Center. The Chargers have options and time to make improvements to the o-line. The bottom line Clary played well for the Chargers at RG. With him there, they can groom the young man or someone to replace Hardwick an Clary next season.

  • waltre

    hope we get keith mcgill/pierre desir, branon coleman along with craig loston

    • waltre

      also zach kerr/ justin ellis

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      McGill / Desir will be gone, most likely. Kerr should still be around.

      • powderBLUE801

        I thought desir is already gone?

        • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

          Surprisingly he is still there. When all those tall DB’s started flying off the board, I thought him and McGill would be gone.. but nope.

      • Sergio Quintero

        I’m hoping Kerr or Ellis are available by the 5th round pick.

    • diomar espinal

      i understand why people keep mentioning Mcgill, you know since everyone is trying to duplicate what Seattle has done. But personally i think if you go watch his Senior bowl tape and some film i think you would retract on that statement. The guy is incredibly stiff and slow when it comes to flipping his hips and he doesnt play the ball in the air well. If i had to choose id take Desir all day. Desir uses his physical stature much better then Keith at the line of scrimmage. Not only that but for their respective tall frames, Desir is a much more fluid athlete.

      • Sergio Quintero

        Definitely Desir over McGill, stiffness on display when he tried to cover Cooks, he left McGill in the dust.

        • diomar espinal

          Not only that. But the times i saw them in press coverage when McGill is supposed to use his big frame, he didnt even get a hand on guys or guys would beat him right off the line. Pierre on the other hand stuck that arm on the WRs shoulder pads and dudes had a tough time getting off it. Thats the stuff you want to see from a tall corner. Then factor in like you said the stiffness, its not even close who id rather have.

          • Sergio Quintero

            The odds that Desir is available at round 5 are very poor, so I’m definitely focusing on getting one of the small school NT’s.

          • diomar espinal

            hey we can pray, after all i thought there was no possible way darqueze would slip that far, and he almost ended up making it to us. I really hate the Bengals with a passion now man, one pick away!

          • Stefanie Smith

            Well, if we play the Bengals again in the playoffs, we can send Attaochu after him with Freeney or Ingram or whoever. Then Dalton can freak out and blow the game again… and Chargers will move on to the next round. Chargers don’t get mad. They get even.

  • Nick in PB

    I dropped my grade because I truly think they could have gotten Watt in the 5th round. He was a projected 6-7th rounder. There was a lot of prime real estate in the third round and we passed on them for a name I had to look up because nobody was talking about him. There were more athletic O Linemen available as well as other need positions. We struck gold with value picks last season. I don’t see this as a value pick at all in the third, especially with no 4th rounder to pick from. Like I said, Watt likely would have been there in the 5th. I like the first 2 picks and had them at a high B. This last pick dropped me to a C for the first 3 rounds. Wasted 3rd round pick.

    • Alter Ego

      I’m trusting our Gm and coaches…but like you my grade drops one because it was such a WTF move to grab Watt in the 3rd. B- for me

    • jamfed

      I think if you read more about Watt, you’d see that he’s actually a 3rd round prospect. Several scouts had him rated pretty high. He’s probably more scheme fit than some of the other OL prospects. I doubt he starts and he’ll be used as depth this year. He could even be Hardwick’s eventual replacement at C.

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      Spencer went in the third, before Watt. He had a late round grade too.

    • Sergio Quintero

      NFL.com has Watt as a 3rd-4th rounder, I liked what I saw in tape, very technically proficient, so call me optimistic on the Watt pick. I would have taken Trai Turner or Dakota Dozier ahead of him though.

      Graded the draft a B, Attaochu had 12.5 sacks and runs under 4.6 and has played football for only 4 years, first round skill set, Verrett’s tape is damn impressive.

  • Nick Mansoor

    I don’t know why we passed on Moncreif, had we not I would give the draft an A. But I will give Telesco a B- so far

    WR Robert Herron Cody Hoffman and Jeff Janis are all still available and are great additions to our WR corps. Hoping for them

    • Tony

      Jeff Janis as our personal Jordy Nelson?

    • Sergio Quintero

      Nice mention on Herron & Janis guys, both are options lets hope they are available.

  • jamfed

    I like the Chris Watt pick. SD needed some talent on that O-line.

    Chris Watt, LG, Notre Dame
    Height: 6′ 3″
    Weight: 310
    Arm Length: 32¾”
    Hand Size: 9½”
    40 Yard Dash: 5.50
    Bench Press: 29 (73rd percentile)
    *5 star recruit coming out of high school (2008)
    **started 34 straight games
    ***roommate of Zack Martin
    ****Only did the bench press at scouting combine, due to slight knee injury (he did 29 rep)
    Excels at run blocking, more specifically; Zone Blocking
    Can play center, and is open to the move
    “low-risk prospect”

    • Rob Base

      He will prove the doubters wrong I’ve been reading up on him and he will be a very reliable and versatile player for the Bolts. Could of probably snatched him if they had a 4th but Telesco reached for him thinking he’d be gone in the 5th Projected 3 or 4th rounder

  • sammy

    verrett
    attaochu
    watt
    5th round keith mcgill

    6th round best nose tackle availible
    7th round ldamian washington

    udfa craig loston

    • Julien Bélair

      great draft

  • Matt

    Wanted to grade this a C but…

    We were able to address our biggest weaknesses except for Nose Tackle which we should be getting depth on tomorrow. We so far drafted the best slot corner, a high ceiling pass rusher who could learn behind JJ and Freeney, and a solid and safe guard who could upgrade our offensive line. The only thing I didn’t like was we could have gotten a better run blocking guard in Trai Turner.

    It seems ok for us to lose our fourth round pick so I assume Telesco is banking on Floyd and Brown instead of drafting a replacement wide receiver. We still finished as a top 5 offense so I don’t see the immediate need on wide receivers now.

    I’m really excited the most for Attaochu. We finally get an OLB who could fly to the quarterback and has the speed to stay with running backs and tight ends. Jarrett Johnson could mentor him on run defense while Freeney could show him some pass rush moves.

    I would give our draft a B so far because we were able to land players for our best needs which is pass rush, the secondary, and a guard. Run defense is next and we could still land decent Nose Tackles for depth in the late rounds. We might be looking for depth behind Reyes and Liuget too so I am expecting them to draft a Nose Tackle and a defensive end who could stop the run.

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      Defensive end for sure.

    • Julien Bélair

      who Attaochu ! We have a pure beast pass roster on the roster..!

  • http://WWW.BEMCC.ORG Steve Diaz

    I think Watt is a sleeper pick due to our OL coach being so high on him. He’s the best in the business and obviously he saw something in Watt that we have not seen yet. Possible replacement for Hardwick, so good forward thinking. So far, I give him an A until proven otherwise. Now let’s go get a WR, NT, and another tall CB. Don’t forget that we will have many UDFAs and veterans that will be available!

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      Bene Beniwekere might be a nice late round CB.

  • http://www.standupforkids.org blackroseMD1

    B.

    First two picks are both very talented and fill a position of need.

    Watt? Everything I read about him is good. Dude played on a line that only gave up 8 sacks in 400+ dropbacks. However, Watt is the reason I’m not giving a B+ or A grade. Too much of an unknown quantity.

  • BoltAZ

    B-
    The reason is C. Watt was a head scratcher but love the Attaochu pick up. With Freeney and JJ it’s going to be a solid rotation and scary trifecta adding Attaochu.
    Overall Excited BoltUp!!!

    • Stefanie Smith

      Attaochu was a good one.

  • powderBLUE801

    I really liked the direction we were going until I was stumped with the 3rd pick. I would have been ok with the OG pick if it was Yankey but it wasn’t. I’m sure TT knows what he’s doing so I will leave it at that. I score the draft so far as a solid B.

  • Padraigh Keogh

    So does the Watt signing mean we trade Clary for a 4th rounder? Wishful thinking..

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      that would be the greatest!

  • ECAVILLE/Ace of Spades

    Chris Watt to me is a solid pick. Just read that he graduated with a 4.3. Smart man who loves to play physical through the whistle. The first two picks will totally improve the defense. So far it’s a solid A in my mind. CHARGERS football is smart, motivated, intense, and a whole bunch of other positive words I can’t think up right now. BOLTS are destined for greatness. Acquiring players who respect hard work and football. BOLT UP MY FRIENDS!!!

  • chargersfanfromswitzerland

    my perfect first 3 rounds would have been:
    1. fuller
    2.van noy
    3. moncrief
    i knew this was not going to happen, but we have verett and attaouchu in the first two rounds, thats a pretty good alternative to my preferences and iam really happy about that, then all the teams passed on moncrief and i was so exited to have him there in the 3rd and the chargers on the clock……… omg TT gonna pass!!! cant believe it and i was (am) really upset!! we gave up a 4th round pick (justin ellis) and passed on moncrief (thought we gonna need a deep threat!!!!!!!!!), so noooo, iam not really comfortable and happy about this! to be honest, i dont know anything about watt ( welcome to sd chris), and maybe he is a good player at a position of need, but iam sure we could have get him later. so in my opinion theres a “wasted” pick at this time and we will pick next in the 5th,this is a long wait!!!!!

    fazit: moncrief in the 3rd (and still our 4th, like i said, love attaouchu but maybe we could have get him without a trade or at least we could have get martin there, should attaouchu be picked) and i would jump for joy!!
    now do i still trust TT? i guess i do, after what he did last season, he deserves it, but the season has to show me that this pick are worth it!!
    GO BOLTS

  • Steven White

    Dude, step outside of the little box that is ur pet pick. Didnt you break the news we traded up to get a wide out? We lose 3 linemen next year. Why wait til then? Notre Dame has a great history of producing solud players. Rounds 4 thru 7 are for reaches. We can find some speed at receiver there and a developmental nose guard. A- for telesco

    • Julien Bélair

      Yaaaaaa after some sleep I’m starting to feel better about this pick

  • Sergio Quintero

    I remember Watt getting mentioned as a 3rd round prospect by the Path to the Draft guys for the last 2 weeks, they mentioned technically proficient, productive, and checked some tape about a week ago. Solid player I thought 3-4 round pick, so I’m okay with the pick.

    Hoping the chargers can find a NT & a deep threat WR & kick returner.

    • Julien Bélair

      what are your thoughts on my guy Attaochu?

      • Stefanie Smith

        You didn’t ask me, but I think Attaochu is an awesome pick. He will be scary–and Chargers need scary.

        I was so glad TT did something –became active. I don’t know enough about the last pick (Watt) and will learn from everyone else’s comments.

        • Julien Bélair

          I love the fact that we can play him situational next year and then start him in 2015

      • Sergio Quintero

        2nd round pick on tape, has first round skill set, runs under 4.6 which is really fast for an OLB, has a great first step.

        Counter moves and hand usage is poor to really poor, but that can be improved and is more related to only having played 4 years.

        Add to the fact the guy is a super hustler, with excellent intangibles & character, I very much like the pick, I think the guy has star potential, in particular in about 2 years of heavy coaching.

        • Julien Bélair

          He seems nasty and though on tape. Very good hand usage but them he stops if the OT gets their hands on him.

          SA pure pass rusher who will get 10+ sacks quickly

          • Sergio Quintero

            If he takes to coaching and is starter by 2nd year its possible, and by the 3rd year it sounds reasonable.

          • Julien Bélair

            I see sky limit potential… but maybe I’m just to optimistic right now

          • Sergio Quintero

            The one weakness is what you said if OT’s get their hand into his chest its over, and that is where counter moves and improving his hand usage comes, but if he figures out the entire package, star potential.

          • Julien Bélair

            I think JJ and Freeney will be huge for him. Ingram and Attaochu have the potential to become a monster duo

          • Sergio Quintero

            Very much agree

          • Stefanie Smith

            Do you think it is way too optimistic to expect to see him more than occasionally? I think he could do big stuff this year. Not that what we have is bad… but we need scary.

          • Sergio Quintero

            Should play ahead of English, Williams, Law & Keiser, he’s the 4th OLB so 25-40% snaps sounds about right. Pagano rotates his OLB’s a lot to keep them fresh, should see plenty of action in the Nickel package as a pass rusher.

          • Stefanie Smith

            Sounds good to me. We will get to see him in the preseason also.

          • Sergio Quintero

            He’s definitely one of the guys I want to see, right there with Steve Williams, and the canadian guys Inman & Law; and obviously this year’s draft picks.

          • Julien Bélair

            I can see some third downs with Freeney Attaochu Ingram Reyes and Liuget on the field

          • Stefanie Smith

            Manning responds and freaks out to the threat of a sack. Get him off the dime and it’s good for the Chargers. The guy is going to be a threat. As we all see, Manning doesn’t do well when he gets that pressure–and getting sacked–would be great.

        • Stefanie Smith

          Sergio: What did we give up for Attaochu? Also, what did we give up for Watt? How many picks are gone now?

          • Sergio Quintero

            Attaochu they gave up a 4th rounder, Watt they stayed at their pick.

            they have 5-6-7 still left.

          • Stefanie Smith

            Thanks. I am embarrassed to admit it, but I fell asleep before the 3rd pick. I am so ashamed. lol It seemed like it took forever in the 3rd round.

  • OP Bolt

    This is like grading an exam at the halfway point of the time allowed. Seems to me the Chargers are at a natural disadvantage picking at #25 in every round, and having no stockpiled picks. So, rather than a final grade, I would say we are better at CB (best available to us) and better at OLB (best available to us) and added depth at OG. I didn’t like having to trade up to get Attaochu, but think he is a good risk. I would rather have had Van Noy, but I suspect the cost in additional picks was too high to move up to the top of the round to get him. I will assume the coaching staff are smarter than me and had Watt graded out higher for their scheme than some of the other OGs that were still left. Since more than 60 players are going to come off the board before we select again, it will be interesting to see what we get. I still sort of hoping for Ellis at NT and a hidden jewel at WR.

  • Marcel West-Bailey

    Telesco said that Freeney and JJ are players that like teaching the young guys ways to win and improve. I think that alone was some of the best news I heard yesterday knowing that Jerry is going to have a HOF for a tutor

    • Sergio Quintero

      Those are 2 excellent guys, so they will be an excellent example for Attaochu, 6’3 255lbs with sub 4.6 speed are rare, and he’s still raw and still had 12.5 sacks. So I thought it was worthy investment.

      • Marcel West-Bailey

        I agree. I think we won’t cash in until a year or two from now but he’s capable of playing off his athleticism for now until he learns how to counter and disengage. I think he’ll be alright.

  • BAD dude

    Watt would have went higher if he hadn’t been getting banged up all the time with injuries. Seems like a sound pick. Bolts can groom him in nice and slow our O-line is deep and versatile. A+ on this draft for sure. Verrett very easy could be the best CB in this draft, people are knocking him but I see great things out of this kid when its all said and done. Attaochu is a GEM of a move and will become a pro bowler one day. Very happy we didn’t waste an early pick on a DT or WR. Verrett is a huge upgrade at CB and Attaochu will get the Bolts some sacks for sure, Watt will be a starter for us one day, A+ so far on draft. All the faith in the world after last years draft

  • Bill Nichols

    We still have no reason (other than Cox) to NOT trust Telesco, so with that said. Bolt Up Biatches!!!!

  • I_Bleed_Powder_Blue_801

    Glad that’s done, let’s get camp, preseason, and the season here!

    Chargers.com: That’s not a bad quarterback to have throwing you the ball in Philip Rivers.
    Reese: Not at all! He’s a gunslinger. Having that type of quarterback, and other wide receivers like Keenan Allen, I saw all the success they had last year and I’m here to add fuel to the fire. I’m ready to get this underway.

    Cannot wait 2 see this kid light em up

  • PakMaN

    I’ve read comments about both our first and second pick, they said our first pick is considered one of the best in the draft class, and the second was the most underrated in the draft class.