The Los Angeles Chargers are a professional American football team based in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.



The Chargers compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member of the American Football Conference (AFC) West division and play their home games at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, which they share with the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football Conference (NFC).

Los Angeles Chargers Most Performing Players 2021

10. Rashawn Slater

Rashawn Slater has been great for the LA Chargers thus far. Slater has been an important part of the team’s rebuilt offensive line as he has properly blocked Justin Herbert’s blind side. In three games Slater has allowed just five pressures (one hit, no sacks) on Herbert.



9. Asante Samuel Jr.

Second-round pick Asante Samuel Jr. has been slightly more impactful than his first-round counterpart. While that is by no means an attempt to downplay what Slater has done, Samuel has simply been really good on the defensive side of the ball and is one of the Chargers’ most important defenders.

8. Corey Linsley

The LA Chargers made Corey Linsley the highest-paid center in the league in the offseason and thus far it has paid off. While he has not been as elite as he was last season, it is still very early and it is impossible to be disappointed with what Linsley has provided the team.

7. Matt Feiler

Corey Linsley was a bigger signing than Matt Feiler but thus far I would give the slight advantage to Feiler. Feiler has been really good for the Bolts at guard and that is probably part of the reason why the team would rather start Storm Norton at right tackle than move Feiler out wide and bring in someone like Brenden Jaimes to start at guard.

6. Austin Ekeler

Austin Ekeler has been more than good enough in what the LA Chargers have asked him to do they just have not asked him to do as much. While Ekeler has been active in both the running and passing game,

5. Mike Williams

Mike Williams has been the most surprising player on the LA Chargers and at the beginning of the season, he probably would have ranked on the lower part of this list. Williams has been Justin Herbert’s top target.

4. Keenan Allen

Keenan Allen’s numbers have not been as fantastic as fans may have predicted this early in the season but a big reason why that is the case is because of Williams’ production.

3. Derwin James

Man, has Derwin James been missed. James has been incredible for the LA Chargers and is reminding everyone why he was an All-Pro in his first season. The impact that James has not just on opposing offenses but on making his teammates better is something that cannot be measured.

2. Joey Bosa

Joey Bosa was incredible in Week 3 and has been all season. Bosa was essentially playing on one leg as his ankle was not in great shape but that did not matter. He made the Chiefs’ offensive line look like amateurs and recorded a season-high 10 pressures on Patrick Mahomes.

1. Justin Herbert

Justin Herbert is the real deal. Charger fans don’t need me to tell them that but it is quite clear that Herbert belongs in the elite tier of quarterbacks and that last season was no mirage. Herbert was elite in his rookie season and as expected, is even better in his second year.

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