Chargers Draft

Chargers' disaster 2022 draft scenarios for each AFC West foe

Kansas City Chiefs v Los Angeles Chargers
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Garrett Wilson
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The Kansas City Chiefs trade up for an elite wide receiver

Now, there is a very good chance that the Kansas City Chiefs will stay back with the 29th and 30th overall selections and simply take whoever falls to them. The Chiefs could take the best receiver on the board as well as land a talented defensive back like Daxton Hill to replace the losses the team has in the secondary.

That is still not a great scenario for the LA Chargers if the Chiefs hit on both of their picks. But as we see every year, there are always a few duds in the late-first, early-second round at the receiver position and there is a very real chance that the Chiefs land that dud.

There is also the chance that they could package the two picks to move up and get someone who is truly a WR1 and can instantly replace Tyreek Hill. If someone like Garrett Wilson falls a bit lower than teams are expecting, it would not be shocking to see Kansas City trade 29 and 30 to move up 15 or so spots to go and get him.

Wilson and Drake London are the two receivers that Charger fans shouldn't want to see in Kansas City. Jameson Williams may be another guy that could have a long-term impact, but he is not going to play until December at the absolute earliest after tearing his ACL in the National Championship Game.

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