The 2023 NFL season is shaping up to be another disappointing year for the Los Angeles Chargers who are currently 4-5 and quickly falling out of the playoff race.
The Chargers have some of the best talent in the league, but for whatever reason they’re unable to close out games.
Los Angeles has come under fire this year as they continue to underwhelm compared to their preseason expectations and if they fail to qualify for the postseason then the organization will surely make some changes across the roster and sidelines.
Justin Herbert has done everything in his power to keep the team afloat, but he’s predictably struggled without Mike Williams available.
Williams is out for the rest of the season after he tore his ACL, so Herbert has had to heavily lean on Keenan Allen and Austin Ekeler in the passing game.
Ahead of their Week 11 matchup against the Green Bay Packers, Los Angeles is bringing up some receiver help via Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Chargers activated WRs Terrell Bynum and Alex Erickson from the practice squad for Sunday’s game vs. the Packers, and downgraded RB Isaiah Spiller to out.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 18, 2023
Without Williams, the Chargers have relied on the likes of Quentin Johnston and Jalen Guyton and those two are nowhere near the former first-round pick.
Gerald Everett was ruled out against Green Bay, so L.A. is likely bringing up Terrell Bynum and Alex Erickson for depth purposes.
The two likely won’t see many snaps, but they’re at least insurance in the event that another player gets hurt.
Allen is dealing with an AC joint sprain that he suffered last week, so the Chargers are taking some extra precautions with regards to their receiver room.NEXT: Brandon Staley Makes His Thoughts Clear About Play Calling Duties