Being a football fan in Los Angeles has been tough this season, unless you root for the San Francisco 49ers.
The Los Angeles Rams have gone 1-1, and the Los Angeles Chargers have gone 0-2.
That’s why former Super Bowl champion Julian Edelman believes that there could be some major changes in Los Angeles at the end of the season if they don’t win a playoff game, especially considering all the money they’ve spent (via Yahoo Sports).
— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) September 20, 2023
Needless to say, he was talking about the Chargers, as Sean McVay has already earned his stripes with the Rams as a Super Bowl-winning coach, whereas Brandon Staley has been heavily criticized from day one.
Justin Herbert is one of the best, most gifted young quarterbacks in the league, and the Chargers are stacked with playmakers on both sides of the field.
Still, their defense can’t seem to get a stop, and their offense has been hampered by questionable play-calling and decision-making more often than not.
Granted that it’s not all on Staley and Herbert has also underperformed under the bright lights, but there’s just too much talent on this team to be this inconsistent.
Some believe the reason they hired former Dallas Cowboys staffer Kellen Moore as their new offensive coordinator was to have a replacement on hand for Staley, and it actually makes sense.
If anything, it was more than shocking to see that he didn’t lose his job after blowing that large lead against Jacksonville in the second half of a playoff game last season.NEXT: Colin Cowherd Sounds Off On The Chargers’ Struggles