Chargers' Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Quarterback

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Chargers' Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Quarterback
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The quarterback position was an obvious strength of the San Diego Chargers in 2013.

Under first-year head coach Mike McCoy, the Bolts registered the fourth-most passing yards (4,328) in the NFL and tied for the fifth-most touchdowns with 32. San Diego's success was based largely on the play of its signal-caller Philip Rivers, who found his touch as an elite passer once again. 

Now in Year 2 of the McCoy era, Rivers and the Chargers will attempt to reestablish their dominance in the passing game with new offensive coordinator Frank Reich at the helm.

The group behind Rivers has also been altered. The ever popular "Clipboard Jesus" vacated San Diego in the offseason and was replaced by journeyman Kellen Clemens on the depth chart.

Let's take a closer look at how the Chargers stack up at quarterback in 2014.

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