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Los Angeles Chargers: 3 ridiculous trade scenarios that just might work

JACKSONVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 12: Melvin Gordon
JACKSONVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 12: Melvin Gordon
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CARSON, CA – SEPTEMBER 24: Los Angeles Chargers fans are seen during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at the StubHub Center on September 24, 2017 in Carson, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
CARSON, CA – SEPTEMBER 24: Los Angeles Chargers fans are seen during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at the StubHub Center on September 24, 2017 in Carson, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

The NFL is quickly coming to an end and all but two teams are well into offseason mode, looking for the missing piece or the diamond in the rough. Trading in any sport is very strategic and a very crucial part of a teams success because every trade can make a big impact on a team’s future.

If you follow the NBA, there are yearly mega trades that leave fans puzzled and interested in how each trade plays out. The NFL, although less exciting, poses a similar stance on strategy and the importance of making a trade and how it benefits a team. As football fans, we like to think we know what’s best for our teams and constantly suggest either trading or cutting a player to leave our team in the best shape.

As Chargers fans I’m sure it is more of the same, having talent and plenty of young players that would make excellent candidates for trading. I love every single player on the roster (especially Philip Rivers), but it would definitely be fun to see NBA-like trade scenarios that might benefit the team in the long run.

I have proposed three trades that in my opinion would benefit the team but might hurt the die-hard fans.

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