Chargers offensive line struggled mightily in 2016

The now-Los Angeles Chargers had a division-worst line last season. PFF premium stats show how the team struggled in most facets in the 2016 season.

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Chargers offensive line struggled mightily in 2016


  • The Chargers’ interior offensive line combined for the worst overall grade in the AFC West in 2016.
  • Veteran guard Orlando Franklin pulled the Chargers’ average down significantly with his 47.5 overall grade (No. 66) though 919 offensive snaps last season.
  • Former Chargers guard D.J. Fluker also put forth a lackluster effort in 2016, posting a 63.7 overall grade (No. 54) through 996 offensive snaps.
  • With Fluker now signed to the New York Giants, 2016 seventh-round pick Donavon Clark is expected to start at right guard for the Chargers. Clark missed his entire rookie season with a torn ACL.
  • Center Matt Slauson, however, shined as the lone bright spot for the Chargers last season with his 81.2 overall grade (No. T-18) through 1,019 offensive snaps.

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