Just two games into the preseason, the San Diego Chargers have experienced unexpected highs and lows at every position.
In Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers, the running backs unit suffered a huge blow when they lost Ryan Mathews to a broken clavicle. On the plus side, San Diego's defense looked much improved against Green Bay's offense, holding Aaron Rodgers to just 2-for-8 passing, 16 yards and an interception.
Then, in Week 2, the Chargers suffered yet another huge blow with the loss of standout receiver Vincent Brown to a broken ankle, which he suffered while catching a TD pass against the Dallas Cowboys. Fortunately, the night was not a total loss as backup QB Charlie Whitehurst came in relief for a struggling Philip Rivers, tossing for 122 yards through the air and two TDs. Second-year CB Shareece Wright also had a big night with a game-changing interception in the fourth quarter along with a huge sack that forced a fumble.
Obviously a lot has happened in just two weeks, so let's take a look at how things have changed at every position in terms of stock up, stock down.