San Diego Chargers Offseason Needs Part One: Quarterback

April 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Rather than delve into a full overview of the San Diego Chargers as a whole, which would expand to elephantine proportions, this will begin a position-by-position look at the San Diego Chargers and what prospects that position holds for both the draft and the 2010 season.
We will begin with what is the most settled position at the top, quarterback.  Keep in mind, that draft potentialities are focused upon where the position fits within the overall scheme of the team, and thus options will be presented along multiple tiers, even if they are not entirely likely.
Also, in the context of this year’s draft, Round One alone is on the first day, while day two entails Rounds Two and Three and day three comprised four through seven.
Philip Rivers spent 2009 as the youngest player to receive an MVP vote. He’ll still be 28 deep into the 2010 season, and is both the present and future of the team. 
Behind him the team has one of the league’s better b...

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