3. Michael Schofield and Senio Kelemete
Senio Kelemete did not actually play in this game but that does not change the fact that this is likely going to be his last game associated with the LA Chargers. The veteran guard was given one chance to make an impression on the Bolts and he was absolutely horrible.
Kelemete was given the starting nod against the Denver Broncos with Matt Feiler not playing and it was disastrous. While some depth offensive linemen stepped up to the challenge, Kelemete absolutely did not and proved that he should only be used as the last-ditch option.
Michael Schofield, meanwhile, played a much bigger role. The Chargers needed a new starting right guard after Oday Aboushi tore his ACL and the team brought back a former player in Schofield. And while it was not always pretty with Schofield at right guard, it certainly could have been worse.
That being said, it would be a bad thing if Schofield was starting for the Chargers next season. The team should be interested in bringing back Aboushi, who was solid in his time before the injury, as well as drafting more depth on the interior offensive line in the mid to late rounds.
Schofield was out of the league until the Chargers called him up in 2021 and chances are he will be out of the league again in 2022.