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Los Angeles Chargers: Who will command offense in the new era

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By Chris Sumner March 7, 2020 0 Comment
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This upcoming 2020 season for the Los Angeles Chargers will be unlike anything we’ve seen before. New home, new quarterback, and a new era.

For the 2020 NFL season, the Los Angeles Chargers will have a new address after moving into SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. It will be a state-of-the-art facility for NFL football and entertainment. Stadium construction began in November 2016 and should conclude by July 2020. Sofi Stadium will have a seating capacity of over 70,000 and will expand to over 100,000 for larger events. For the first time in history, the Chargers home-field will be artificial turf instead of a grass field. It will undoubtedly be interesting the first few weeks of the season as everyone gets acclimated. It will be exciting to hear from management, coaches, players, and fans what their experiences are like at our new home.

There are question marks about the roster heading into the 2020 season. The critical and apparent position that needs addressing is quarterback. Los Angeles will be without Philip Rivers at the starting quarterback position for what seems like forever. QB1 for the Chargers has been a hot topic around NFL writers and fans for weeks now. Potential free agents, trades, current roster players, and 2020 NFL Draft picks are all on the table to fill that position.

Who could be the next quarterback of the Los Angeles Chargers?

Will this question mark be filled by a man who has the state of California on his birth certificate, has six rings on his fingers, and is a Chargers nemesis? Are the Chargers potentially working out a trade to bring in an NFL MVP from 2015 to fill this spot? Could this question mark already be on the Chargers roster and are just waiting for their moment? Is this question mark the quarterback of the future waiting to have his name called in Las Vegas at the 2020 NFL Draft? Only time will tell.

The new era in Los Angeles Chargers football has begun. It’s a wide opinion in NFL circles that this team hasn’t even scratched the surface of its potential. The expectation of the 2019 season was winning the AFC West. We all know how that turned out. Missed throws, dropped passes, and fumbles turned the 2019 season into what was a lost year. The belief for the 2020 season is optimism. The Chargers have an exciting core group of players that are building something special. The team has the right ingredients in coaching and player personnel to be competitive against anyone in the NFL.

Now in their 60th NFL season, we will all be witnesses to this new era of Los Angeles Chargers football. Get ready.

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