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Messaggio The 11-4 Los Angeles Chargers Currently Sit In Second Place In The

#1  zhangzk Mar 14 Mag, 2019 09:10

AFC West and hold the 5 seed in the AFC. Depending on the results of week 17’s games Thomas Davis Jerseys Stitched , the Chargers will either remain in that exact position or will vault all the way to first place in the AFC West and hold the 1 seed in the AFC. Those are the only two possibilities.If the Chargers lose to the Denver Broncos, their fate is sealed and they will be the 5 seed. If they win or tie, however, the result of the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders will determine their place. With a win and a Chiefs loss or tie, the Chargers win the division and take the 1 seed. With a tie and a Chiefs loss, the Chargers win the division and take the 1 seed. If the Chiefs win, the Chargers finish in the second and get the 5 seed no matter the outcome of their own game.Should Los Angeles end up with the 5 seed, there are quite a few possibilities for where they could play during Wild Card weekend. The New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers Youth Tyrod Taylor Jerseys , and Tennessee Titans are all in play for the 4 seed.In order by Weighted DVOA, those teams could get the 4 seed in these ways:Baltimore Ravens (#4): If the Ravens win and both the Patriots and Texans win OR if the Ravens and Steelers lose OR if the Ravens and Steelers tie.Indianapolis Colts (#5): If the Colts win, the Ravens win, and the Texans lose.New England Patriots (#8): If the Pats lose and any two of the Ravens, Titans, and Texans win.Pittsburgh Steelers (#10): If the Steelers win and the Ravens lose OR if the Steelers win and Ravens tie.Tennessee Titans (#16): If the Titans win, the Ravens win, and the Texans lose.The only scenario where the Chargers are likely to be favored on the road is at Tennessee, so if the Raiders can’t stun the Chiefs this weekend, we should probably all be rooting for the Titans, Ravens Tyrod Taylor Jerseys Stitched , and Jaguars. Today marks the official start of the Senior Bowl practice week and I, along with a herd of NFL scouts and fellow media members, all marched into a dimly lit auditorium to watch as each..."Today marks the official start of the Senior Bowl practice week and I, along with a herd of NFL scouts and fellow media members, all marched into a dimly lit auditorium to watch as each participating player walked across the main stage in their britches to get their height and weight measured prior to the week’s first practice.It’s an easy, although shallow, way for scouts to get a quick idea of what physical attributes these players could possibly bring to their teams in the near future.In my short preview I posted prior to my trek west from Georgia to Alabama, I highlighted three players at three positions of need for the Chargers and what they could bring to the 2019 version of the Bolts. All three of those guys, Wisconsin offensive tackle Michael Deiter, North Caroline State linebacker Germaine Pratt, and Arizona State defensive tackle Renell Wren Youth Austin Ekeler Jerseys , all measured out well and will continue to have my attention through the rest of the week.Here are their measurements from this morning:OG Michael Deiter - Wisconsin6-foot-5304 lbs.Hand: 11 1/8 in. (HUGE)Arm: 32 4/8 in.Wingspan: 78 1鈦? in.Deiter’s versatility should have the Chargers’ brass drooling as he has at least a dozen starts at center, guard, and tackle. As one of the highest-graded offensive linemen over the last two years, Deiter still isn’t gaining a ton of publicity compared to some of the other OL prospects. However, guys with experience (54 games started) and rock-solid fundamentals tend to excel in the NFL sooner than those with flashy athletic ability.LB Germaine Pratt - North Caronlina State6-foot-2 5/8 (Not 5-foot-11!!!)240 lbs.9 in.31 5/8 in.74 7/8 in.Excellent size for the position as a former safety. Pratt has a knack for sifting through traffic and looks to be another excellent defensive prospect from that Wolfpack defense.DT Renell Wren - Arizona State6-foot-4 4/8315 lbs. (Many thought he was under 300)9 7/8 in.33 6/8 in.81 in.Listed as a “freak” among college football players. Many thought Wren was a tad light as he supposedly played his final season somewhere in the 290’s. The fact that he weighed-in at 315 pounds is huge for him, especially if he continues to show that incredible first step off the line of scrimmage.On top of those three, here is a list of other notable players at the same positions of need:OT Chuma Edoga - USC6-foot-3 6/8303 lbs. (Listed at 295 during his final season)9 2/8 in.34 7/8 in.81 1/8 in.Athletic tackle who still needs some reinforcement in the finer details of the tackle position. Moves well in space. Unusually narrow shoulders for the position.OT Kaleb McGary - Washington6-foot-6 7/8321 lbs.10 2/8 in.33 5/8 in.79 in.Not the most fundamentally sound prospect but finds his success by giving 110% on every play. Was voted the Pac-12 Offensive Linemen of the Year.OL Dalton Risner - Kansas State6-foot-4 5/8308 lbs.10 5/8 in.34 2/8 in.81 in.Risner has been one of the highest-graded offensive linemen in all of college football over the past three years. Scouts believe his best place is inside, specifically at center due to his elite mental-processing and leadership traits.OG Dru Samia - Oklahoma6-foot-5304 lbs.10 in.33 1/8 in.80 in.Member of offensive line that won the Joe Moore Award for the nation’s top unit. Athletic guard that was used as a puller quite often to pave the way for QB Kyler Murray and RBs Keith Brooks and Trey Sermon.OT Andre Dillard - Wasihngton State6-foot-4 7/8310 lbs.9 5/8 in.34 in.80 1/8 in.One of the best pass protectors in the draft. Holds his 310 pounds very well on his frame. Would instantly sure-up the right tackle spot and give Philip Rivers a ton of security as he gets closer and closer to 40.LB Deshaun Davis - Auburn5-foot-11 3/8231 lbs.10 in. (BIG)31 2/8 in.76 2/8 in.An absolute bowling ball out on the field. By far has the biggest hands for his position. One of the headliner players here at the Senior Bowl.LB Te’Von Coney - Notre Dame6-foot-0 7/8244 lbs.9 1/8 in.32 6/8 in.77 2/8 in.A very compact linebacker who possesses some of the best run-fits among his position here in Mobile. Didn’t measure that well but was the heart of the Notre Dame defense in 2018.LB Cameron Smith - USC6-foot-2230 lbs.10 1/8 in.32 2/8 in.76 4/8 in.LB Drue Tranquill - Notre Dame6-foot-2228 lbs.9 6/8 in.31 in.74 in.Came back from two seperate ACL tears. Two-time team captain. Played 52 games for the Fighting Irish. Finished his career with 295 total tackles.DT Dontavious Russell - Auburn6-foot-3 1/8319 lbs.9 1/8 in.32 in.77 4/8 in.A former 4-star recruit, Russell is one of the most versatile defensive tackles at the Senior Bowl as he’s capable of filling in at nose tackle or the three-technique. Has very active hands and shows strength at the point of attack.DT Greg Gaines - Washington6-foot-1 1/8 307 lbs.9 3/8 in.31 1/8 in.75 5/8 in.Almost joined former-teammate Vita Vea in going to the NFL after last season. Can be equally as disruptive. Excels at stopping the run and has the get-up-and-go to explode off the line and put pressure on the QB from anywhere along the interior.

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