Los Angeles Chargers offensive Mount Rushmore

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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – JANUARY 06: Philip Rivers #17 of the Los Angeles Chargers celebrates after defeating the Baltimore Ravens after the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 06, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Chargers defeated the Ravens with a score of 23 to 17.
(Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Across the history of the franchise, the Los Angele Chargers have put forth some of the best offenses the league has ever seen.

From the days of ‘Air’ Coryell to LaDianian Tomlinson’s record-breaking 2006 season, fans of the team have been treated to a ton of yards being piled up and plenty of points posted on the scoreboard.

In today’s sports climate, fans often like to help fuel sports debates by creating a Mount Rushmore of a certain sport. Of course, it was Gutzom Borglum who created the idea of sculpting the faces of four former U.S. presidents into a mountain in South Dakota.

Those four presidents — George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt were chosen to represent the birth, growth, development and preservation of the United States.

But in recent years, sports fans have ran with the idea of these Mount Rushmore conversations, putting the best of the best on their fantasy lists. Who are the four best NBA players of all-time? Who were the four best head coaches in NFL history? These lists go on and on and here, that lists extends to your Chargers.

So who were the four best offensive players in Chargers history? Which four faces would fans be able to go and visit as a tourist attraction, like those who go to the Black Hills of South Dakota? Of course, in Los Angeles, the faces of these players would have to go above the big Hollywood sign or their names would have to be added to the Walk of Fame, but you get the picture.

Each player on this list is among the best of the best to ever put on a Chargers uniform and attempt to help pile up yardage and put points on the board.

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