2016 NFL Power Rankings: San Diego Chargers

Below you will find a table of San Diego Chargers results in our 2016 NFL Power Rankings.

Initial290-0The Chargers agreed to a long-term contract with Philip Rivers, but their offensive line remains among the worst in the NFL. In fact, PFF graded San Diego's line the worst in the league. With quarterbacks the presumed first and second pick in the draft, the Chargers have an opportunity to draft one of the best left tackle prospects in years, which I project in 2016 NFL Mock Draft.
Post-Draft300-0Adding Joey Bosa will help improve a pass rush that ranked in the bottom 10 in the league last season and Hunter Henry, the top tight end prospect in this year's draft class, gives the Chargers a long-term replacement for Antonio Gates. That said, the Chargers are now the least talented team in the AFC West despite having the best quarterback.
Week 1280-0Preseason win projection: 6-10
Week 2270-1On pace for 134 catches last season before suffering a season-ending kidney injury, Keenan Allen will miss even more time in 2016 as he suffered a torn ACL in Week 1. It's a devastating blow to the Chargers offense and hopefully Allen will be able to stay healthy in 2017, but he will play only 38 total games in his first four NFL seasons combined.
Week 3221-1Two weeks into the season, the Chargers have lost as many key offensive weapons to season-ending ACL injuries: Keenan Allen in Week 1, Danny Woodhead in Week 2. Travis Benjamin finished with six catches for 115 yards and caught two of Philip Rivers four touchdown passes against the Jags.
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