Chargers have wide receiver corps ranked in Top-10 by PFF

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With the hopeful start of the 2020 NFL season coming soon for the Los Angeles Chargers, they recently had their wide receiver corps rated rather high by PFF.

As we get close to the start of training camp for the Los Angeles Chargers, everyone will be interested to see what their offense will look like in 2020.

After a down season, Los Angeles let veteran quarterback Philip Rivers go in free agency this offseason. Now, they will be likely starting the season out with Tyrod Taylor as their starting quarterback.

Taylor does have a winning record as a starter in the NFL, but we have never really seen him be asked to do all that much from his time with the Buffalo Bills. Taylor will be surrounded by more weapons in 2020 than he ever saw with the Bills, and that could result in him having a strong season.

Recently, Pro Football Focus ranked all of the wide receiver corps in the NFL. For the Chargers, they came in ranked in the Top-10 at 7th best in the league.

While the quarterback position might be a question mark, the Chargers have a great duo at wide receiver. Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are both wide receivers that can go over 1,000 yards next season, and that could make Taylor’s life a lot easier.

During the draft, the Chargers also made a great pick by selecting K.J. Hill late in the draft. Hill has the potential to come in right away and help the Chargers out of the slot, which will make Taylor’s life easier on third downs.

The trio is a very solid one of the Chargers at the wide receiver position, and they also have Hunter Henry at tight end and Austin Ekeler at running back. Both are also great pass-catchers and will be able to help out Taylor.

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Even though Taylor might not have been a gunslinger with the Bills, he has the weapons at wide receiver to be very successful with the Chargers. Since the Chargers have Justin Herbert waiting in the wings, Taylor will be relying on his talented wide receivers in 2020 to keep his starting spot.