San Diego Chargers Positional Grades at Season's Midpoint

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San Diego Chargers Positional Grades at Season's Midpoint

While it is not mathematically the half-way point in the San Diego Chargers’ season, the Bye Week is a great time to assess where the Bolts stand after seven games in the 2013 season.

New head coach Mike McCoy has the team playing with confidence and believing in the system he and new offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt have installed. The game plan seems to include long, sustained drives that take what the opposing defense gives them, with safe, sure short passes that reduce the chance of turnovers.

Through seven games, the Chargers average time of possession per game is 33:18. Only three teams in the NFL average more.

Each unit has had good games, and each unit has had bad games.                                    

Through seven weeks, the grade for each unit is an average of each game grade so far.

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