Chargers Over/Under Wins Total Futures Set At 10.5 Games

The Chargers Over/Under Wins Total is set at 10.5 games. Do the Chargers stands chance to win 11 games in 2023?

With the 2023 NFL draft just around the corner, the Los Angeles Chargers have been busy making moves to improve their roster and bounce back from a disappointing season. The Chargers over/under wins total has been set at 10.5 games. Same as it was in 2022. They fell one short of hitting the over last season. Will the Chargers get to 11 wins in 2023?

Chargers Over/Under Wins Totals: Will They Win 11 Games In 2023?

Injuries played a significant role in the Chargers’ struggles last season. The hope is that with a healthier roster and the addition of Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator, the team can take a significant leap forward in 2023.

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The Chargers’ front office has been active during the offseason, securing key players on both sides of the ball. The re-signing of tight end Donald Parham Jr., kicker Cameron Dicker, cornerback Kemon Hall, and punter JK Scott will help maintain continuity in special teams and offensive positions.

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The addition of former Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks not only fills the void left by Drue Tranquill‘s departure but also bolsters the defensive unit with a proven playmaker. Kendricks, known for his excellent coverage skills and tackling ability, will be an instant upgrade for the Chargers’ defense.

With a talented core led by quarterback Justin Herbert, an improved defense, and Kellen Moore’s innovative offensive schemes, the Chargers are poised for a successful season. Even though there is some uncertainty about the futures of Keenan Allen, Austin Ekeler, and Khalil Mack with this team, there’s some promising young talent to help them compete as well as the rest of the offseason for the team to load up.

Chargers Over/Under Wins Total Set at 10.5
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