What should the Chargers do without Ladarius Green on offense?
Sep 13, 2015; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead (39) walks off the field after the game against the Detroit Lions at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego won 33-28. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports
If the Chargers want to get creative.. .I guess I am praying for some help on this one… the team could keep both Danny Woodhead and Melvin Gordon on the field at the same time. They have done it a couple of times on offense already and it could be the best threat for the team. If the Chargers want to keep their most talented offensive playmakers on the field at the same time, then they should find a way to get both Woodhead and Gordon on the field.
That would shake things up for defenses and would give Philip Rivers a number of options to go with the football. The team could run the ball with either back and Woodhead can also line up in the slot to catch passes. Woodhead also could stay in and block for Philip as well.
I think this would be the fun, creative solution for this team to go with. Likely meaning that we will see 3 plays run with this personnel.
What do you think the team should do without Green on the field.
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