The Los Angeles Chargers were one of the better teams in all of football last season, winning 12 games, and earning a Wild Card spot in the AFC playoffs. Had it not been for the Kansas City Chiefs, who also owned a 12-4 record, the Chargers would have had the best record in football, but the Chiefs won the division, and the No. 1 overall seed thanks to the tiebreaker.
Looking ahead, there is a lot to like about this Chargers team, as they look to be a favorite in the AFC once again next season. Quarterback Philip Rivers continues to play at a high level, and there is elite talent on both sides of the ball, especially at premium positions.
Up front along the offensive line, this Chargers team needs some help, and they should bring in a player who could start at right tackle immediately. That player could be Greg Little from Ole Miss, who has the size, and the strength to start at the NFL level as a rookie, and would be a nice bookend with Russell Okung in 2019 and beyond.
Los Angeles invested in their interior of the offensive line in the 2017 NFL Draft, bringing in guards Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney. In addition, they added Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey last season. If they can get a solid tackle in the 2019 NFL Draft, they could arguably have the best offensive line in the division.