Offensive Line and Forrest Lamp
For the last position group, this might be the most important one to fix during the offseason. Most fans assumed with the additions of Bryan Bulaga and Trai Turner this offensive line would be better.
Though with injuries to those two and no-depth at tackle, the Chargers’ offensive line has looked the same over the years. No run game and a lack of protection for Herbert has been seen throughout all games this season.
There are actually two offensive linemen I wanted to put on this list. One is Dan Feeney who is set to be a free agent at the end of the season. While he also is a guard like the other player at this position, Feeney in my eyes will most likely be re-signed because of his consistency starting on the offensive line and his flexibility starting at center.
There is one player that has been inconsistent in this career that has more to prove.
Forrest Lamp’s career with the Chargers has been filled with injuries. He has not played a full season with the Chargers until this season as he has started in all games.
Lamp has looked pretty good this season, but the problem is the consistency. It will come down to if the Chargers will take a chance to sign Lamp. Lamp will have to take these last games to show how good he can be when healthy. If the Chargers decide to resign him, it might be for depth purposes as this line is already injured as is.