What if Nick Bosa and Joey Bosa were on the same defense? Why trading up to get the best player in the draft would be a smart move for the Los Angeles Chargers:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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There’s no denying that Nick Bosa is the best player in the NFL Draft. Even though Bosa only suited up for three games last season he still managed to rack up 4 sacks and 6 TFLs during his final year at Ohio State. At times the younger Bosa brother looked like J.J Watt in his prime and thatā€™s why the Los Angeles Chargers should consider trading up to get the former Buckeye. Philip Rivers time is winding down and once he retires then LAā€™s Super Bowl hopes will go down the drain.


Which is why the front office should be aggressive and take the next step defensively by pairing up both of the Bosa boys. Those two guys along with Melvin Ingram will be a trio that dominates every offense they face. Yea it will probably cost the team a first round pick for the next two years to move up from 28th overall. Itā€™s similar to the deal the New Orleans Saints made to get Marcus Davenport but the best thing about the Chargers situation is the comfort level it will provide Nick Bosa. Being on the same roster as his brother means he’ll have at least someone in his corner at all times. When youā€™re going to a new team and meeting a lot of new people that can make all the difference in the world. Not to mention Joey Bosa is also a force to be reckoned with off the edge and quarterbacks arenā€™t going to have any time to throw the ball when they go against this group. Would it be a risky decision? Thereā€™s no doubt about it but that pass rush would overwhelm those blockers upfront and they could rattle Tom Brady in the playoffs next season. Proving Nick Bosa is exactly what the Chargers need to get over the hump in 2019.

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Trading up and putting Nick and Joey Bosa on the same defense would be a smart move for Los Angeles.

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