Photo via John Gastaldo The article can also be found on the Chargers Wire! The Los Angeles Chargers had a rough season in 2016 as they finished with just five wins […]
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The Los Angeles Chargers had a rough season in 2016 as they finished with just five wins and fired former Chargers coach Mike McCoy.
Fortunately, Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa thinks this year is heading down a better path after the hiring of Chargers coach Anthony Lynn.
Last year, Bosa thought “there was a lot of finger-pointing,” per Mighty 1090AM, but he doesn’t “see any of that right now.”
Bolt fans should be ecstatic after listening to Bosa, for Los Angeles lost so many close games last season that stemmed from a lack of accountability and focus when the game got tight.
With Lynn at the helm, there seems to be an added emphasis on everyone fulfilling their own responsibilities and the impact has been felt immediately.
Hopefully, Lynn’s presence will help alleviate any late-game mistakes that happened last season and improve the Chargers’ record in 2017.
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