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Here’s what Chargers fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
In his first year as head coach of the San Diego Chargers, Mike McCoy returned the team to the postseason and even won a playoff game. A big part of the team's success in 2013 was due to quarterback Philip Rivers' resurgence. With a bit of momentum heading into the upcoming season, Rivers and the Chargers have their sights set on Phoenix and Super Bowl XLIX.
A Potent Offensive Attack
Pro Bowl quarterback Philip Rivers passed for a career-high 32 touchdowns in 2013, completing nearly 70 percent of his passes for 4,478 yards. Although Rivers hooked up with long-time teammate Antonio Gates for 872 of those yards, he found a new weapon in rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen. Allen caught 71 passes for 1,046 yards and eight touchdowns, finishing second in the Rookie of the Year voting behind winner Eddie Lacy. Rivers and Allen will build upon their chemistry in 2014, hoping to connect for double-digit touchdowns while becoming one of the best quarterback-wide receiver combos in the NFL.
Improvements on Defense
The Chargers upgraded their defense in the 2014 NFL draft by selecting cornerback Jason Verrett. Verrett is a tough and scrappy player that can eventually earn his way into a No. 2 cornerback role. The Charges used their second-round pick on outside linebacker Jeremiah Attaochu. Although he needs to get stronger, Attaochu has all the potential to become a trustworthy starter on defense for years to come.
In addition to using the draft to strengthen their defense, the Chargers picked up former CFL superstar pass rusher Cordarro Law, former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Brandon Ghee, and former Indianapolis Colts inside linebacker Kavell Conner. If the Chargers stand a chance to top the Broncos in the AFC West this year, all the pieces will have to come together.
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Come to Qualcomm Stadium and be a part of the Chargers' fight to win the AFC West and bring the Lombardi Trophy home. Future Hall of Fame quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady will visit San Diego in 2014, as will division rivals Kansas City and Oakland. And you could be there for all the action. Save on every ticket, every day with ScoreBig.