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What the Chargers’ 2017 season has taught me

CARSON, CA - DECEMBER 03: Trevor Williams #24, Rayshawn Jenkins #25, Adrian Phillips #31, Casey Hayward #26, Jahleel Addae #37, Jatavis Brown #57, and Michael Davis #43 of the Los Angeles Chargers celebrate recovering a fumble during the fourth quarter of a game against the Cleveland Browns at StubHub Center on December 3, 2017 in Carson, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
CARSON, CA - DECEMBER 03: Trevor Williams #24, Rayshawn Jenkins #25, Adrian Phillips #31, Casey Hayward #26, Jahleel Addae #37, Jatavis Brown #57, and Michael Davis #43 of the Los Angeles Chargers celebrate recovering a fumble during the fourth quarter of a game against the Cleveland Browns at StubHub Center on December 3, 2017 in Carson, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
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As the Chargers’ 2017 season has officially come to a close, I reflect on a year that taught me so much about this team, about football, and even myself…

9-7. Not what we were all hoping for (pretty sure I originally guessed 11-5), but that’s still as many wins this season as the last two combined. For myself, I haven’t felt this confidence heading into an offseason since maybe the 2013 season, and this upcoming 2018 team will be much better than that one.

A lot was learned this season, by both the players and coaches that make up this team and the fans like myself and you guys that cheer for it. Here are some of the things I took away from the Chargers’ first season in Los Angeles:

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