San Diego Chargers’ Three Draft Needs Set, but What Order Do They Go In?

March 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With LaDainian Tomlinson and Jamal Williams hitting the open waters of free agency and Antonio Cromartie given a transcontinental change of address, the three big needs for San Diego are obvious—starting running back, nose tackle, and cornerback.
What is less obvious is how the team goes about addressing those three positions.  Given AJ Smith’s track record and the corpse-quiet of the free agent rumor mill in Southern California it is highly unlikely to see the team do anything at those positions before the draft.
The hard decisions will be able to wait until April 22 to be answered, but when that day rolls around the team will have to figure out in a hurry who to draft where.
The conventional logic would have San Diego picking the best player of the three positions available in the first round.  Addressing the position by virtue of who is the best available seems simple and logical, the smart way to go.
Unfortunately it fails to account for tw...

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