San Diego Chargers 2014 Virtual Program: Depth Chart Analysis and More

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San Diego Chargers 2014 Virtual Program: Depth Chart Analysis and More
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What made the San Diego Chargers one of the NFL's most surprising stories in 2013 is what will challenge the team in 2014: expectations.

Quarterback Philip Rivers, head coach Mike McCoy and wide receiver Keenan Allen sneaked past opponents last season with an efficient offense run at a “glacial” pace, which masked a suspect defense. At 9-7, they made it into the playoffs before being knocked out in the Divisional Round by the Denver Broncos, the eventual AFC champions.

Now the book is out on the McCoy-era Chargers, so they won't be sneaking by many teams. But with the addition of highly touted rookie Jason Verrett, the return of Malcom Floyd and Corey Liuget primed for a breakout year, San Diego is not the same team it was last season. In fact, it's better.

Are the Chargers' offseason improvements enough to overcome the burden of expectations? That's what the San Diego Chargers 2014 Virtual Program is here to answer.

This program provides depth chart analysis at every position, along with San Diego’s X-factors and biggest games. To wrap it up, we'll touch upon some media quick hits, along with final thoughts on the Chargers' 2014 outlook.

Let's dive in.

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