LA Chargers 53-man roster prediction, offensive line:
- Bryan Bulaga
- Trey Pipkins
- Sam Tevi
- Storm Norton
The offensive line is a huge question mark for the LA Chargers as it could either be significantly better than last season or it could end up being a disappointment and make Tyrod Taylor’s season a painful one. Both outcomes are equally as likely, in my opinion.
Bryan Bulaga is the only for-sure thing on the offensive line that we know is going to be great. Outside of that, we have an open battle for the left tackle spot, which Trey Pipkins appears to be leading but could go to Sam Tevi or even XFL signing Storm Norton.
I do have Norton over Trenton Scott because I like the potential of Norton more and I think that will shine in camp.
- Trai Turner
- Forrest Lamp
- Dan Feeney
The Chargers only have three guards on this roster prediction and two of which are going to be competing for the left guard job in Dan Feeney and Forrest Lamp. The loser of that will be the first depth guard and the team even has the option of Scott Quessenberry shifting over if needed.
- Mike Pouncey
- Scott Quessenberry
Mike Pouncey is healthy and should win out the starting center job, making Quessenberry an over-qualified backup. But hey, if the Chargers need anything in the offensive line it is depth and that is what Quessenberry provides.
Total roster spots filled: 28/53