The Battle for Los Angeles: How the Rams and Chargers

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The Battle for Los Angeles: How the Rams and Chargers

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The Chargers and Rams are poised for big things in 2018. Both Los Angeles teams are defined by their quarterbacks and star-studded defenses. The battle was won by the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. The Rams finished 11-5 and made the playoffs for the first time since 2004. Jared Goff led a high-powered Los Angeles passing attack and the Rams defense proved to be a strength for head coach Sean McVay.The Los Angeles Chargers on the other hand http://www.thechargerslockerroom.com/au ... ger-jersey , just missed the playoffs and failed to capture the new LA market. Despite the disappointing finish, the Chargers have become media darlings and have been frequently picked to make a return to the postseason.With Los Angeles being the home of two potential playoff contenders, there’s hope that a potential rivalry can ignite. As the long summer drags on, let’s go position-by-position and see how the two L.A. teams stack up on paper.Quarterbacks: ChargersGoff was fantastic in his second NFL season, but Philip Rivers was just as good. Both completed 62 percent of their passes and threw 28 touchdowns. Rivers had about 700 more passing yards, but also had three more interceptions. This is probably closer than most people think, but Rivers’ leadership and consistency wins out against a young Goff. The former Golden Bear has a bright future, but its not quite his time yet.Running backs: RamsThis battle is essentially Todd Gurley against Melvin Gordon. Although Gordon showed major improvements in 2017, Gurley was on another level. The AP Offensive Player of the Year, Gurley racked up 2093 yards from scrimmage and found the end zone 19 times. The backend of both depth charts are rather lackluster. Austin Ekeler did nice things with the Bolts last season, but he isn’t enough to propel the Chargers over the Rams here.Tight Ends: RamsThe Bolts would have ran away with this category if Hunter Henry was healthy, but without him, the Rams clearly have more talent. Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett may have only combined for 539 yards last season, but the Chargers have one tight end on their roster who has registered a catch. Wide Receivers: ChargersThis was one of the toughest positions to break down. The difference here was Keenan Allen. The reigning Comeback Player of the Year was phenomenal for the Bolts last season. He proved that when healthy, he is a top-five receiver. Allen will be followed by Tyrell Williams, Travis Benjamin and Mike Williams. Tyrell Williams and Benjamin combined for 1,295 yards and eight touchdowns last season. Mike Williams struggled in his rookie campaign as injuries made him an afterthought for the majority of the season. If Mike Williams can live up to his first-round selection, it would make the Chargers four receivers deep.The trio of Brandin Cooks, Cooper Kupp Womens Uchenna Nwosu Jersey , and Robert Woods are a nice group for the Rams, but it doesn’t live up to the potential of their crosstown rivals. Offensive Line: Chargers Another tough debate here. The Chargers and Rams offensive fronts exceeded expectations. Veteran tackles Russell Okung and Andrew Whitworth anchored each of their respective groups. The Bolts managed to reinforce their offensive line, which allowed the fewest sacks in the league with 18. Free agent Mike Pouncey will be the starting center and former second-round pick Forrest Lamp will be returning from a torn ACL he suffered prior to last season. These additions get the Chargers over the hump against an aging Rams unit. Whitworth and center John Sullivan are well into their 30s and may not have much left in the tank. While the Chargers boast two young guards in Lamp and Dan Feeney who could propel the Chargers into elite status.Defensive Line: RamsBoth team’s defensive lines are headlined by stars. Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram for the Chargers, matched up with Ndamukong Such and Aaron Donald.Another toss up, but the Rams will get the nod due to Michael Brockers. He is the third piece to a dangerous Rams front. He will have next to no attention now that Suh and Donald are going to be wreaking havoc in the middle. Bosa and Ingram are a terror on the outside, but the Rams will be better in the running game. They were just about as bad as the Bolts last season, giving up 122 yards per game compared to the Chargers 131. However, the Chargers didn't add Suh, a potential game changer if he is motivated.Linebackers: Chargers Interestingly enough, both of Los Angeles’ may be weakest position. The Chargers are headlined by Denzel Perryman a hard-hitting backer who has had trouble staying on the field of late. He will be joined by second-round pick Uchenna Nwosu, Jatavis Brown, and Kyle Emanuel. Brown, who exploded onto the scene in 2016, was a no show last season and was a massive disappointment for a defense on the brink of greatness. Despite the lack of depth for the Chargers, the fact that last year’s group will be back will help defensive coordinator Gus Bradley find the best group by September.The Rams on the other hand Mark Barron is the key to a group of unknown players. Rookies Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Trevon Young join Samson Ebukam as the other potential starters. It isn’t a pretty sight for either team, but a healthy Perryman could cover up many of the Chargers holes at linebacker.Cornerbacks: Chargers Another fun group for both teams, the Chargers get the nod due to have four legitimate options compared to the Rams three. The Rams big three of Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib and Nickel Robey-Coleman is hard to match Russell Okung Jersey , but the Chargers have a secret weapon which puts this secondary at another level.Enter Desmond King. A 2017 fifth-round pick, King showed flashes of brilliance with a pick-six on Thanksgiving and four sacks in his rookie season. Ahead of him is Casey Hayward, Jason Verrett, and Trevor Williams. Each player has proven they are starting corners in recent years. Hayward has been undoubtedly a top-five corner in the sport and Williams came out of nowhere lsat season to play opposite Hayward. Verrett has also proven that he is a true number-one corner when he is healthy. Safeties: ChargersThis banks on the play of Chargers’ first-round pick Derwin James. If James can be a difference maker at safety, the Bolts will rack up turnovers all year. With Jahleel Addae across from him, it will be a hard-hitting duo manning the back end of the defense. Rookie Kyzir White is also an intriguing name for the Bolts. His hybrid style should fit in Bradley’s scheme nicely. Lamarcus Joyner and John Johnson will likely have strong seasons under Wade Phillips in 2018. However, the potential of James is just too much to ignore. He is in a perfect situation. A coach that thrives with talented safeties, and a secondary filled with talent, James should have a terrific rookie campaign with the Bolts. Special Teams: RamsThis shouldn’t be hard. Johnny Hecker and Greg Zuerlein are really good. Drew Kaser has been solid for the Bolts, but the Chargers still don't have a kicker. Chargers fans should be excited for the Roberto Aguayo and Caleb Sturgis kicking battle, for sure.Final Tally: Chargers 6, Rams 4On paper, the Chargers just squeak by the Rams in a position-by-position outlook. Each franchise has plenty of talent and should have playoff expectations. Each defense has the chance to dominate their respective divisions. Stars litter both rosters, but the difference is the slight advantage in cornerback and linebacker. It takes one injury, or one player to flip-flop those groups, but the Chargers are looking awfully good heading into training camp.What is your take? Are the Chargers more talented than the Rams? Or will the battle of Los Angeles start to slip away from the Bolts? Your daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBolts From The BlueBolts From The Blue, a Los Angeles Chargers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsChargersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections San Diego Chargers Daily LinksSan Diego Chargers NewsSan Diego Chargers OffseasonSan Diego Chargers HistorySan Diego Chargers HumorFiled under:Chargers Daily LinksLos Angeles Chargers Daily Links: It’s day 1 of the NFL Draft!New,2commentsYour daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web.PDTShareTweetShareShareLos Angeles Chargers Daily Links: It’s day 1 of the NFL Draft!Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThe 2019 quarterback class has more talent than you think - Michael RennerGrier has been treated like an afterthought from the masses in this quarterback class, but we here at PFF see special accuracy from the West Virginia signal-caller. On throws within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage http://www.thechargerslockerroom.com/au ... uel-jersey , Grier was off target only 5.5% of the time – the best such figure in all of college football. As much I’ve hammered home downfield throws mattering most, that sort of pinpoint placement underneath is still a valuable skill. And it’s not like he couldn’t throw the ball down the field.2019 NFL Draft fixes for all 32 NFL teams - PFF Analysis TeamScharping performed well over the course of his college career and earned pass-blocking grades above 87.0 every season. During his entire career with the Huskies, he only allowed five sacks, and four of those sacks came in his freshman year. With players like Cody Ford and Andre Dillard likely getting taken ahead of Pick 28, the Chargers could get a good consolation in Scharping.NFL draft predictions for all 32 teams: Who's trading up, who's taking a QB and more - ESPNThe Bolts have only three defensive tackles on the roster -- Brandon Mebane, Justin Jones and T.Y. McGill -- so it should be a position they target early in the draft. They need an interior pass-rusher with a profile similar to Chris Jones of the Kansas City Chiefs -- a player who can push the pocket, helping talented edge rushers Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram get to the quarterback more consistently.NFL GM Power Rankings: John Dorsey, Kevin Colbert rank top 5 - Gregg RosenthalFew general managers have bigger hits spread across the draft ( Joey Bosa, No. 3 overall; Derwin James, No. 17; Keenan Allen, No. 76; Desmond King, No. 151) and free agency ( Casey Hayward, Russell Okung) than Telesco. Then again, the organization has underperformed, considering Philip Rivers' Hall of Fame-level of play. The team's lines remain unfinished on both sides of the ball.Three reasons to be optimistic about the Los Angeles Chargers - John WozniakRivers has broken passing records for a quarterback not to have appeared in a Super Bowl. Anthony Lynn has done a great job at coaching the Chargers into a competitive team. 2019 is going to be tough, but Rivers and the Chargers’ senior squad members have what it takes to reach the playoffs. Topping the AFC West should be priority number one.Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWade

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