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With eight games in the books, who do you think is the Chargers’ Most Valuable Player?

Grant Baden: Russell Okung. He came in and helped provide stability to the offensive line as a leader and player; it’s easily the Chargers’ most improved position group.

Louis Gorini: A lot of people will say Bosa is the MVP of the Chargers but I feel like Melvin Ingram has played equally if not better than Bosa. He has been so disruptive every game and I feel like he has become somewhat a leader for this defense. Also, he is the only player in the league that has 8+ sacks and 7+ tracks (on his latest CD, yo).

Matthew Stanley: It’s a hard choice between Joey Bosa and Russel Okung. Okung has come in and been more than solid at LT and been a good influence on the line as a whole. Meanwhile, Bosa is showing NO signs of a sophomore slump. Bosa is not only producing high sack numbers, but you can see his game improving week to week, and you can see his selfless, team-first play with how he attacks OL on stunts. I think at this point I’d have to say Bosa is the MVP of this team, as the defense is what has been keeping this team in games.

Mickey Peterson: My MVP has to go to the Big Bear Joey Bosa. He has been a more complete player in his second year and is the cornerstone this defense will build upon for the future. Melvin Ingram has been the flashier player but Bosa breathes life into this defense like no one else. There’s something about seeing such a young player take the reins that has really affected the rest of the defense and their play. It’s inspired. He deserves the MVP and more so far.

Jamie Sewell: I’m splitting this between Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram because they play off each other so well that I think it’d be unfair to separate them. They make each other so much better and together have been the most lethal defensive duo in the NFL this season. They’ve given the Chargers their first real pass rushing threat since I started following football, and they’re making this Chargers front a real force.

Garrett Sisti: This is tough, The two guys already mentioned Russell Okung and Joey Bosa have been great but I’m gonna go with Melvin Ingram. Though Bosa & Ingram are tied in sacks with 8.5 each I think a lot of Ingram’s plays came in bigger situations and made more of an impact. The biggest coming at the end of the Giants game with the strip sack, fumble, recovery on Eli to help seal the win.
Jamie Hoyle: I think it’s Russell Okung. He’s been the best, most reliable offensive lineman, a leader on and off the field, and a steadying influence from the second he got here. He is arguably the most important lineman in both the run game and the passing game. He has exceeded all expectations and even taken young linemen under his wing. There is no overstating his impact on this team and offense.

Kyle Posey: It’s Melvin Ingram. Bosa has been great but like Garrett said, Ingram has ended drives and games. The majority, if not all, of his sacks have come at the biggest moments of the game. Not to mention he’s been a consistent terror even if we aren’t talking about sacks. He hasn’t had a bad game yet and there hasn’t been an OL able to block him. Okung has been everything imaginable but the offense is average at best. They can’t run the ball for squat and their passing attack is inconsistent. So I wouldn’t say he brings much value, despite his great play.

Ruben J. Gonzalez: I also think that Joey Bosa has been so solid and deserves MVP consideration, but my puck so far would have to be Supa Melvin. Last year the Chargers had Bosa producing at very nearly this same level, yet the defense wasn’t close to being feared on a weekly basis. Enter this rejuvenated Ingram, ferocious and healthy, and this defense has gone to another level. For that alone, he’s my choice at MVP. (Did I mention, he finally got his 3-sack game which cements his status as elite?)


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The Chargers suffered a big blow losing their 2nd round pick and (potential) starting Right Guard Forrest Lamp to an ACL tear. Lamp was having some great practices and has been lauded as being the Chargers best lineman already less than a week into Training Camp but Lamp won’t able to show that until next season. Lamp being out for the year, while still a significant loss, does not mean the Chargers are in trouble along the Offensive Line come Week 1.

The Replacement
The Chargers covered themselves because during the 2017 NFL Draft they happened to go back-to-back on Day 2 with a pair of NFL ready Guards in Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney. The 3rd Round pick Dan Feeney should now be dropped into his natural position of Right Guard among the starting Offensive Line tandem. Kenny Wiggins and Forrest Lamp have been rotating at Right Guard during camp, moving forward it should be Feeney vs. Wiggins at that spot with Feeney grabbing a hold of that job. In Training Camp, Feeney has been taking some snaps at Center with Spencer Pulley playing the bulk of those reps with the starters thus far and slid in as a Guard as well. Before Wednesday Dan Feeney was sprinkled in with the starters but the good news now for Feeney is that he has a starting job if he wants it at Right Guard. Making the lineup now: LT Okung, LG Slauson, C Pulley, RG Feeney, RT Barksdale.

Max Tuerk
With Forrest Lamp now out for the year not only is it time to see what the team has in 3rd Round pick Dan Feeney but also the former 3rd Round pick Max Tuerk and last year’s 7th Round Pick Donavon Clark. With Spencer Pulley penciled in as the starting Center, Max Tuerk now has the opportunity to hold down the backup Center role or maybe even push Pulley for the starting job, though that’s less likely. Max Tuerk has Spencer Pulley and Dan Feeney ahead of him on the depth chart getting playing time with the 2nd and 3rd team Offense in camp. Assuming Feeney is now playing Guard, Tuerk has one less player to jump for snaps.

Donavon Clark
Last year’s 7th Round pick had a very strong camp in 2016 and looked sharp in the preseason before going down with a knee injury against the Cardinals. Clark now has the chance to compete with Kenny Wiggins for the backup Guard position. Losing Lamp now opens the door for Clark to get some starters minutes if another Guard goes down in camp or Slauson takes a vet day and sits out a practice. These are now very valuable reps for Feeney, Tuerk, Clark, and others to showcase that they deserve some playing time not only this season but whether they have starting potential come 2018.

Big Picture
We’re in Training Camp, it early but let’s look at the ramifications come 2018. Matt Slauson’s contract is up after this year and he’ll be 32 if Joe Barksdale has another year like 2016 the Chargers have an out in his deal to cut him come 2018. That means the Chargers could be without this year’s starting Left Guard and Right Tackle. If Dan Feeney and Spencer Pulley (or I guess Max Tuerk) play well together this year and Donavon Clark shows he deserves to be a starter come 2018 you could have an IOL of Donavon Clark, Spencer Pulley, and Dan Feeney. Now enter Forrest Lamp. Chargers GM Tom Telesco praised Lamp’s abilities as not only an NFL quality Guard but also Tackle in this league. Forrest Lamp can get his feet wet in 2018 as the Right Tackle while working on his transition to Left Tackle. As an added bonus 4 of the 5 lineman are young players with lots of room to grow together. In this scenario, granted being the best case, your 2018 starting Offensive Line would be:

LT: Russell Okung

LG: Donavon Clark

C: Spencer Pulley

RG: Dan Feeney

RT: Forrest Lamp

That’s a very young squadThere was a good chance Feeney could’ve won that Center spot over Pulley, Feeney wouldn’t be able to play his natural position at Right Guard, Donavon Clark and Max Tuerk don’t get a more significant role all if Forrest Lamp doesn’t get injured. The Lamp injury is a tough thing to see happen but it opens the door and sets up some players to earn some playing and could help the Chargers transition in the future.