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5 options to start at right tackle for the LA Chargers in 2022

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2. Morgan Moses

Morgan Moses is not the most exciting option for the LA Chargers to sign to play at right tackle but that does not mean he would be an awful option, either. Moses was the right tackle that we highlighted when breaking down how the Bolts could copy the Bengals this offseason.

If the Chargers want to spend on a starting right tackle but do not want to break the bank then Moses could be the signing. He is not someone who is going to make much more than $7-8 million. Granted, I also cannot blame the Chargers if they do not want to sign a 30-year-old tackle to a multi-year deal again.

Moses is a solid run blocker who can hold his own when it comes to pass blocking as well. According to PFF, he allowed 49 pressures at right tackle last season. That number is not the best but he was consistent and had a quarterback in Zach Wilson that extended plays longer than they should have been.

If the Chargers trust in their coaching and their blocking schemes then they could look to make a move like this instead of a splashy one. Matt Feiler was a relatively small signing in the grand scheme of things and he was really good for the Bolts in 2021. There is a reality in which Moses does the same.

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