Philip Rivers Is Still an Incredibly Accurate Passer Future 10 for the PFF's top 25 under 25 team - Austin GayleKing Womens Darius Philon Jersey , the Los Angles Chargers’ fifth-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, picked up right where he left off with the Iowa Hawkeyes in his debut season in the NFL a year ago. After earning an 86.6 overall grade in his final season at Iowa, King turned in an 86.5 overall grade as a rookie in 2017, which was propped up by favorable coverage (86.5) and run-defense (81.6) grades.Most accurate NFL QBs by separation in 2017 - Steve PalazzoloPhilip Rivers led the way in accuracy-plus and he ranked third in the league with 16 touchdowns on open throws. Alex Smith ranked fifth in accuracy-plus, and he had the second-highest percentage of open throws in 2017 after having third third-most in 2016.Chargers’ Casey Hayward blasts NFL top-100 ranking: ‘Y’all got to be crazy’ - Gavino BorquezHayward has proven to be one of the game’s best cover cornerbacks over the past two seasons, as no one amassed more than his 11 interceptions between 2016-17. The 28-year old CB was named to Pro Football Focus’ All-Pro First Team and the Associated Press’ All-Pro Second Team for his outstanding season in 2017 for L.A."Heartbroken" Chargers Rallying Around Hunter Henry - Ricky Henne“We’re definitely going to miss him,” echoed Russell Okung. “He has the zeal, passion and character that we want our players here to be. It’s really hard to see him go down that way. Hunter’s a big part of what we do, but he understands just like everybody else that when one guy goes down Womens Russell Okung Jersey , the expectations are the next guy behind him will come out, do his job and do it well.”Inaugural Chargers Invitational Making Impact in Community - Hayley Elwood“We’re very proud to come together with this prestigious organization acting as civic leaders,” said Lara Khouri, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of CHLA.“We want to thank (the Chargers) for sharing the commitment that we have to Los Angeles’ present and its future.Being part of the Chargers’ organization’s efforts to build a new home in Los Angeles is something that we support鈥?We look forward to a great future together.”Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWadeChargers UDFA Spotlight: OL Chris Durant In mid-April, I wrote about how the Chargers worked out Durant at his high-school prior to the NFL Draft. Turns out the Chargers liked him so much they made him one of their first pick-ups once the UDFA frenzy began.Durant was a four-year starter for the Tribe who amassed 36 career starts at the left tackle position. At 6-foot-4 and 310 pounds, he possesses the prototypical size for a blindside protector and the necessary experience you want at such an important position. Before leaving campus, Durant was a three-time Third Team-All CAA selection, including his senior year in which he was limited to just six games played by a lingering injury.After searching and searching for game film of any kind, I found W&M’s game against the Delaware Blue Hens http://www.chargersfootballauthentics.com/philip-rivers-jersey-authentic , and guys, it’s some pretty stellar tape from Durant.After watching just a handful of plays into this game, it was incredible how polished Durant was fundamentally to the point that I couldn’t believe he wasn’t a drafted player. He has excellent quickness in his kick-slide, keeps his feet very active in pass protection, and is constantly trying to win the battle for inside hand-position.In the run game, he absolutely springs off the line which is evident as he consistently reaches inside shades and 3-techs. Durant also seems adept at using leverage to find productivity in the run game which makes up for any shortcomings he may have in the strength department.After having watched the rest of the UDFA offensive linemen, I can say with certainty that Durant is the best of the bunch and is one of my favorite picks to make the final 53-man roster. With the logjam of talent on the interior, Durant has a much better shot at making the team with Sam Tevi and Michael Schofield as the only two main depth players at the tackle position.
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