Los Angeles Chargers: NFL 2019 - AFC West







The Chagers lost two of their first three games last season, but then made an 11-2 W / L campaign, winning five of their last six matches and qualifying for the playoffs through the Wild Card. Attack and defense were evenly matched and the Chargers took advantage in part of having a not too difficult table but also won victories against good opponents like Steelers and Chiefs. In the playoffs, the team eliminated the Baltimore Ravens 23x17 in the Wild Card Round, but lost out against the New England Patriots, losing 41x28 in the Divisional Round. 

With a talented and well-balanced cast, the Chargers were not very active in the free agency, using most of their resources to renew contracts of their own. The team lost a few pieces, especially in defense, where they came out: Darius Philon, Jason Verrett, Jahleel Addae and Corey Liuget, while in attack Tyrell Williams signed a big deal with the Raiders. The reinforcements were modest, with quarterback Tyrod Taylor arriving to be a backup of Philip Rivers, Dontrelle Inman returning the team after being dismissed by the Patriots and veteran linebacker Thomas Davis. In the draft, the team focused in depth to replace the defensive losses and the Chargers' first four choices were defensive players.