San Diego Chargers 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

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San Diego Chargers 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling
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The San Diego Chargers need to draft well in order to add young talent to their football team. General manager Tom Telesco didn't have the resources to spend freely in free agency, nor would that necessarily have been the smart thing to do.

San Diego's offense was fantastic in 2013 and basically carried the team to the postseason. High draft picks were wisely reserved for the defense (with the exception of one used for a right guard). As far as needs go, the Chargers did a great job filling their biggest ones.

The Chargers addressed the cornerback, outside linebacker, offensive guard and nose tackle positions with their first four picks. Three of the first four picks came on the defensive side of the ball, just as they should have been.

Even the best drafts aren't void of a few head-scratchers on draft day. Misses happen for a variety of reasons. 

The Chargers had a great draft with multiple good picks, but they also made one bad and one baffling decision. 

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