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Chargers Review: OT

The offensive line as a whole was bit by the injury bug and it never let go. Two players eventually saw injured reserve, while countless other man games were lost to the spreading virus. Rookies eventually manned the offensive tackle position and earned some stripes, but what was perceived as a strength heading into the season was left shaking thru the flu season.

Damion McIntosh was looking at a big paycheck at the left tackle spot. His heart was questioned a year ago when he went out with an injury and missed, in the coaching staffs' eyes, too many games. With unrestricted free agency on the horizon, McIntosh was in prime shape to make some bank. Instead, his bank account was cleaned out. He struggled in pass protection and in the first game of the...

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