For many years, the San Diego Chargers were a solid NFL franchise. Although it has been a while since they won a Super Bowl, there are a lot of people who still think that the team has a lot of young talent and they can be competitive in the coming years. Phillip Rivers is one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL, and he is a good leader for the team. A lot of people are excited about the changes that are being made to make the team better. If you want to work with a team that has a lot going for it, the Chargers are the way to go. At the end of the day, the Chargers decided to Move to Los Angeles from San Diego.

This is an interesting decision for a variety of reasons. Not only is this a bad move in terms of fan support, but the Rams are just moved their team there.

Chargers 2017 Outlook

In the coming season, the Chargers are looking to make some roster moves and become more competitive in a variety of ways. One of the biggest issues that the team has is the fact that they lack elite talent in a variety of positions. This spells trouble for anyone who is looking to invest in the team. The fans need to know that the team is committed to providing a quality product on the field every week. If not, they are going to struggle to get new fans in Los Angeles. The main reason that this decision is so hard to understand is that there is much more sports competition for fans in Los Angeles than in San Diego.

It will be interesting to see how the team takes care of business going forward.

Draft Needs

In the coming draft, the Chargers need to make sure they understand the needs on their team. A lot of times, teams moving to a new city want to make a major impact on the fans by drafting a big name player. However, it is always best to have a long term outlook when it comes to making decisions.

A lot of people are excited by what the Chargers can offer in terms of talent. They are better positioned to be competitive now versus the Rams. It remains to be seen whether they will take advantage of it or not.

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