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Chargers’ best and worst PFF grades vs. the Jaguars

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Chargers’ best and worst PFF grades vs. the Jaguars
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Joey Bosa logged more penalties than total tackles and pressures combined.

I didn’t expect these grades to be all that pretty, but they’re truly as “all over the place” as I would have guessed following that unfathomable game result.

A trio of Chargers posted elite game grades from Pro Football Focus while several of the team’s best players found themselves near the bottom.

As always, take these with a grain of salt and remember that context is always key. With that said, let’s take a look at the best and worst players from the Chargers’ season-ending loss to the Jaguars.

Offense

(Min. 25 snaps)

Top-5

TE Gerald Everett – 91.1
OG Matt Feiler – 70.9
OT Jamaree Salyer – 70.0
WR Keenan Allen – 68.7
OT Trey Pipkins – 64.5

Worst-5

OG Zion Johnson – 39.0
OT Foster Sarell – 41.3
TE Tre’ McKitty – 52.3
WR Michael Bandy – 52.3
WR Josh Palmer – 54.4

Defense

(Min. 25 snaps)

Top-5

CB Asante Samuel Jr. – 94.2
EDGE Kyle Van Noy – 90.4
S Alohi Gilman – 73.6
CB Michael Davis – 70.4
EDGE Khalil Mack – 70.2

Worst-5

EDGE Joey Bosa – 39.5
DT Christopher Hinton – 45.3
CB Bryce Callahan – 51.0
LB Kenneth Murray – 51.2
DT Sebastian Joseph-Day – 52.5

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