Ranking the top 10 Chargers from the 2022 regular season

Jason Reed
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Chargers' No. 4 on defense: Michael Davis

Michael Davis and Asante Samuel Jr. go hand-in-hand on these rankings and they could realistically be ranked in either order. Samuel was better earlier in the season but Davis had a higher ceiling as he has played at an elite level since the bye week.

Davis had a down year in his first season under Brandon Staley and in 2022 he showcased all of the potential that Chargers fans fell in love with in 2020. This was a massive season for someone who entered the year as the CB4 and looked like a prime cut candidate after the year.

Chargers' No. 4 on offense: Mike Williams

Mike Williams is in a similar boat as Keenan Allen. His time away from the offense proved just how important he is to this team. And for the first time in his career, I think it is fair to consider him the true WR1 on the Chargers over Allen.

Don't get me wrong, Keenan is very important and comes up in big spots. But so does Williams. This offense is at its best when Justin Herbert is feeding Mike Williams and that was apparent this season. He deserves to rank higher than Allen.

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