Chargers Daily LinksLos Angeles Chargers Daily Links: Is Mike Williams undervalued?New [url=http://www.thechargersclub.com/casey-hayward-jersey/]Youth Casey Hayward Jerseys[/url] ,3commentsYour daily dose of Los Angeles Chargers news & notes from around the web.PDT5 Middle-Round Values for a Fantasy League Championship Contender - Larry WeinhauerWilliams is currently being drafted in the early sixth round, but not in my leagues — I will be all over Williams a full round earlier! I have Williams ranked as a WR2 and would love him as my WR3, which looking at his ADP is very possible.Bounce-Back TEs - Zachary HanshewHenry’s not exactly a bounce-back candidate since he didn’t play at all last season. But hey, it’s just semantics. The Chargers TE tore his ACL on the first day of OTAs last year and missed the entire season. 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Melvin Gordon and Philip Rivers have been able to make it work the last few years despite the shortcomings of the offensive line, so improvement up front can only help.Which positions do the quarterbacks target most often? - Scott BarrettPhilip Rivers, Joe Flacco, and Matthew Stafford were more of a surprise, though maybe not if we factor in the running backs they’ve played with throughout the majority of their careers (names like LaDanian Tomlinson [url=http://www.thechargersclub.com/brandon-mebane-jersey/]Brandon Mebane Jerseys Stitched[/url] , Darren Sproles, Ray Rice, Danny Woodhead, and Theo Riddick). Melvin Gordon has ranked top-10 in targets per game in each of the past three seasons and should rank highly again this year.Social Media Information:BFTB Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBFTB Twitter: Follow @BFTB_ChargersThe Lightning Round Twitter: Follow @Lightning_RoundThe Lightning Round Facebook: Click here to like our pageBFTB Manager: Richard Wade: Follow @RichardWade On Tuesday evening, the Los Angeles Chargers announced the signing of Cole Mazza, a former long snapper for the Alabama Crimson Tide and most recently, the Birmingham Iron of the now defunct..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesBolts From The Blue homepageHorizontal - WhiteBolts From The BlueBolts From The Blue [url=http://www.thechargersclub.com/drew-kaser-jersey/]Youth Drew Kaser Jerseys[/url] , a Los Angeles Chargers communityFollow Bolts From The Blue online:Follow Bolts From The Blue on TwitterFollow Bolts From The Blue on FacebookLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchBolts From The Blue main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsChargersOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections San Diego Chargers Daily LinksSan Diego Chargers NewsSan Diego Chargers OffseasonSan Diego Chargers HistorySan Diego Chargers HumorChargers sign former Alabama and Birmingham Iron long snapper Cole MazzaNew,7commentsPDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Chargers sign former Alabama and Birmingham Iron long snapper Cole MazzaTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesOn Tuesday evening, the Los Angeles Chargers announced the signing of Cole Mazza, a former long snapper for the Alabama Crimson Tide and most recently, the Birmingham Iron of the now defunct Alliance of American Football.While in the AAF, Mazza snapped for former Chargers kicker Nick Novak. In the team’s eight weeks, they converted 13 of 16 field goals (81.3 percent). At Alabama [url=http://www.thechargersclub.com/drew-kaser-jersey/]Drew Kaser Jerseys Stitched[/url] , where he played from 2013-16, Mazza snapped the ball over 583 times without a single mistake.I’m not sure what to make of the signing other than bringing in competition for long-time long snapper Mike Windt. Windt is going into his 10th season with the Chargers after recently signed a four-year, $4.41 million deal back in 2017.
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