Ryan Pedersen: Change Will Be a Good Thing For the San Diego Chargers

Careful what you ask for Saint Diago, because it might just come true. We all knew the day of reckoning was coming with the firings of Norval and A.J. The release of fan favorite Takeo Spikes, losing the teams best guard, Louis Vasquez, to your divisional rival, Denver Broncos and signing lackluster names.

It’s absolutely ludicrous (I know you shouted in your head “LUDA!” like I did) for fans to be complaining about the Chargers free agent signings but we all knew when a team starts over, they’ve got to start with the foundation and that will be this year’s draft. I personally believe in Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco. Was I disappointed the Chargers let go of Vasquez to arch rival Denver? You bet I was! But, I believe in the new deal and who could blame Lou for leaving, Denver will arguably be the favorite on paper to win it all next season.

The best signing(s) of all so far is Defensive Back Derex Cox from Jacksonville, who — when healthy — can be a great physical corner, (Antoine Cason signing with Arizona) which is what the Bolts will need with an arsenal of great receivers now in the AFC West. Danny Woodhead from New England can contribute on third down but not exactly sure where he will fit in quite yet but Woodhead (a.k.a. Woodcock) will be a new fan favorite. John Phillips from Dallas is essentially Randy McMichael but younger, King Dunlap will need King Stalman to bail him out from the verbal abuse he got from the Philly media about his resume in Philly but it’s hard to keep Philly fans happy with anything. Finally, the wackiest name so far is Foswhitt “Fossy” Whittaker, who was signed from the Cardinals practice squad.

Stay Humble Bolts fans.

KSS?

Ryan Pedersen

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About peder005

Senior writer for CasuallyGinger, Boltbeat.com and farmclub.net Covering San Diego sports, popular topics and just mainly sports as my passion.

Posted on March 19, 2013, in Chargers, Football, San Diego, Sports and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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