Why the Chargers Can Win the Super Bowl

By Sam Kweon
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The Whole Damn Defense

Dec 22, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin (14) is pressured by San Diego Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram (54) during the first half against the Oakland Raiders at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

There really is no point of going position by position on the defensive side, because they are just so damn good.

Lately, this defense has given me life. They’ve given me hope that WHEN Philip Rivers comes back into form this team is going to be outright scary.

Melvin Ingram may be the best pass rusher in the NFL three years from now with the potential he is showing, Dwight Freeney can still be a threat on the edge, and when we need a dominant interior lineman we always have good old Corey Liuget waiting for us.

Manti Te’o is showing teams what they missed out on in last years draft, Kavell Conner and Andrew Gachkar are an upgrade over the tragedy in Donald Butler.

Brandon Flowers has been freaking awesome this year, and Eric Weddle continues to be one of the best safeties in the NFL.

And I don’t care about what Boltbeaters say (yes I’m aiming at pretty much all BoltBeaters), Shareece Wright has been on his game lately. Last week he was phenomenal while Flowers was getting beat. Wright always seems to come into form when the team needs him in the last games of the season. So shut the hate on a fellow San Diego Charger.

I’ve always stuck with this team throughout this year through the good or bad. Never said anything about how the season is over. Because this team has the pieces. They have the parts to bring home the Super Bowl.