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San Diego Chargers Need Improved Offensive Line For Success

If there was a glaring weakness in the San Diego Chargers’ offensive unit last year, it was the offensive line.

The Chargers in 2008 went from one of the best rushing offenses to one that was mediocre. San Diego was ranked seventh in 2007 with 127.4 yards per game and dropped to 20th in 2008, with the production falling to 107.9 yards per game.

True, some of that was due to the departure of Michael Turner and the injuries sustained by LaDainian Tomlinson.

But most of the lack of production came from the offensive line’s lack of physicality. There was no push to move the pocket upfield. There were no holes opened. There were no lanes for LT and Darren Sproles to run through.

The offensive line was stuffed at the point of attack, and...

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