Preseason is over and it is time to get the playmakers aback on the field practicing with the rest of the team. Casey Hayward, Trevor Williams, Joey Bosa, Tyrell Williams and Justin Jones were all back on the field today for the Los Angeles Chargers.
It is week 1 of the year and the expectations are high. The team has the talent to make a run. We do need some health to be on our side and we have to get out of the gates quick this year.
With practice today, the team returned a number of the key playmakers onto the field. Casey Hayward, Trevor Williams, Joey Bosa, Justin Jones and Tyrell Williams were all back on the practice field.
CB Casey Hayward, CB Trevor Williams, DE Joey Bosa, DT Justin Jones, WR Tyrell Williams all back practicing for the Chargers.
— Eric Williams (@eric_d_williams) September 3, 2018
A number of these guys were held back throughout preseason and missed a number of the games in order to keep fresh for week 1. Rookie DT Justin Jones had a lot of hype during camp and we will finally get to see him out on the field in week 1. We need him to be a big body in the middle to plug up the opposing running attack.
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Going up against the Kansas City Chiefs this week is a big test for us to start out the year. The Chiefs defense is supposed to suck and their quarterback is just getting his feet wet, but we can’t take the team lightly. They have been a thorn in our side for too long to go in thinking we can slide through.
It will be fun seeing Joey Bosa on the field with Melvin Ingram again. Melvin has looked like he has dialed up another level in the preseason and I am looking forward to seeing what the duo will do this season. The Bills just named Nathan Peterman their starting quarterback going into the year and the boys must be licking their chops looking at week 2 of the year.
Tyrell Williams has been big and he has Mike Williams down his throat looking to get more snaps. It will be fun to see how the Chargers will mix in their receivers on offense. There is a lot of talent and only one football to go around. Philip will have to toss the rock all over the field to make sure everyone is getting action. Really excited to see Mike Williams going into the year.
The team looks like it will be in good health starting out the year in week 1 against the Chiefs. Time to make a statement in the AFC West and blow out those punks!