AFC West Preview: Eric Jensen's Surprising Take On The Chargers. - Pro Sports Fandom
Best Offense. Los Angeles Chargers. Without a doubt, the Chargers are the best in the division on offense and perhaps the best in the conference. A solid o line anchors a strong offense that includes top ten QB Phillip Rivers, all-pro receiver Keenan Allen, first-round pick Mike Williams playing for the first time after missing last year with an injury, and one of the speediest wideouts in the league in Travis Benjamin. Then throw in one of the best all-purpose backs in the league in Melvin Gordon and you get a team with only one major hole on offense, that of tight end. Promising young talent Hunter Henry will miss this coming season due to a torn ACL. Meanwhile, the team is still figuring out who the starter at tight end will be this year. The Chargers last year relied heavily on their tight ends to make the offense pop, it will be interesting to see how this team adjusts to the loss of Henry. Best Defense Denver Broncos. Listen I would go with the Chargers but the potential loss of Casey Heyward for the first few weeks of the season with a hamstring makes me a skeptic. The [...]