The Los Angeles Chargers offense is undergoing a major shift in 2020. For the first time since 2005, they'll head into the season without Philip Rivers as their starting quarterback.
Injuries have been the story of Mike Williams' young NFL career since being drafted with the No. 7 pick of the 2017 draft. But he showed flashes of a breakout with 10 touchdowns in 2018, earning an expanded role and starting 15 games in 2019.
Williams only caught 54.4 percent of the passes thrown his way last year, but he had 1,001 yards on 49 catches, leading the NFL with 20.4 yards per reception.
Williams, Keenan Allen and tight end Hunter Henry make for a formidable trio of weapons, and the Chargers' front office has put their quarterbacks in a good spot to succeed — as long as the offensive line holds up.
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