The San Diego Chargers have some work to do if they are going to keep their passing attack together this season. If they are able to keep their core players in the passing game together, things could turn very ugly for defenses next season.
Assuming they do, this could be the best Chargers passing attack of all time. They'll have two big outside receivers like the 1998 Minnesota Vikings, a tremendous slot receiver like the 2007 New England Patriots, a phenomenal tight end like the 2003 Chiefs, and a runner who is a threat out of the backfield like the 1990 Buffalo Bills.
If head coach Norv Turner can keep his hands out of the cookie jar long enough to establish a solid running game, they Chargers could score over 500 points in a season for the first time in franchise history.