6. Austin Ekeler
Austin Ekeler has been more than good enough in what the LA Chargers have asked him to do they just have not asked him to do as much. While Ekeler has been active in both the running and passing game, the team has not been as reliant on him as they were in the past and that is a good thing.
Not only does it help diversify the offense but it helps keep Ekeler fresh as well. This is a 17-game season and the Bolts are expecting themselves to make the playoffs and the last thing the team wants to do is run Ekeler dry early in the season.
That being said, it is hard to complain about Ekeler's efficiency this season and if this is his floor in terms of overall production then Charger fans should be really excited.
5. Mike Williams
Mike Williams has been the most surprising player on the LA Chargers and at the beginning of the season, he probably would have ranked on the lower part of this list. Williams has been Justin Herbert's top target thus far this season and has been a top-five receiver in the league in terms of production.
Williams is only going to keep climbing up this list if he keeps having the games that he is having. He is still the second-best receiver on the Chargers but who knows, if he has a 1,500 yard, 10+ touchdown season then he is going to be impossible to deny.
There is still a lot of football that needs to be played before then but thus far, it has been thrilling to see Williams make this leap.