It’s a given that Philip Rivers will be able to be productive on offense, but a strong running game is a must. They’ll have the chance to be superior to the Rams in at least that aspect.
Assuming that Todd Gurley’s hype is behind us, Melvin Gordon could spring himself into being the face of Los Angeles.
Gurley’s second season fell far from expectations, and that could trickle into next year. With Gordon, however, there’s more room for optimism.
It’s like that the Raiders will be the most complete team in their division by the time the next regular season rolls around. Kansas City could be a threat, but unless they gain a mental edge in the playoffs that’s been lacking, good luck.
Anthony Lynn has a lot on his plate, but after filling tough shoes in Buffalo, he’s the man for the job.