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Discussion in 'Los Angeles Chargers' started by PHillisFan, Feb 4, 2017.
Bosa wins DROY. His production was amazing considering he missed first 4 games.
Terrific start to his career, too bad he's stuck in San Diego with a new affirmative action coach!
He'll outlast his coach. He was better right off the bat than I thought he'd be, he's already one of the best 3-4 ends in the league. If the Chargers ever switch to a 4-3 he'll put up huge stats and may anyways.
Some analysts were claiming before the 2016 draft that Bosa was overrated. Guess not.
Without question, one of the reasons for questioning Bosa was that Bosa was white. The mainstream sports media is notoriously anti-white.
But he's not. The Chargers moved to L.A.
Ha! L.A. Chargers, going to take some getting used to.. Always be San Diego to me. Just like I'll always call the Sears Tower the friggin Sears Tower in Chicago. Don't care if they sold the rights to rename it. NFL has totally ripped off 2 smaller market team's and cities, selling out to big market LA! Screw this evil corporation. Pats winning a big f u to Goodell and the anti white league!
**Sorry got a little carried away. Bosa is a beast looking forward to seeing him progress throughout his career!!
Joey Bosa has the exact same number of sacks (10.5) in one 12 game season as Clowney has in 3. Yet the media hypes Clowney as some sort of superstar game changing player. #blackprivilege.
Always with the excuses for Clowney too.
"When he gets fit he'll be an MVP candidate"
"His sack count looks low because he's such a great run defender"
"JJ Watt gets so many sacks because the O-Line has to concentrate on Clowney"
10.5 sacks, 2 turnovers, and an average of 2.2 tackles per game (when playing! not including games missed), just nowhere near enough for #1 pick, as we've seen by Bosa's fantastic season. With JJ Watt, Bosa, and hopefully next season TJ Watt dominating offensive-lines, running backs, and quarterbacks, this great black hype in Clowney will surely be pushed higher even more, along with that raiders guy.
Watch on YouTube.
Joey Bosa on Last Year: 'Didn't Scratch the Surface'
by Ryan Lipton
Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa had an incredible rookie season racking up 10.5 sacks in just 12 games. In addition, he finished as the No. 5 best edge rusher in the entire NFL, per Pro Football Focus, yet he is far from satisfied.
Bosa thought the duo of him and Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram “didn’t scratch the surface,” per Mighty 1090AM.
Bosa is definitely happy with Ingram’s return as they have “been doing almost every rep together” and that competition between the two will help them become “something special next year.”
Bosa continued to place high expectations on the upcoming season as he believes it is “going to be a really great year between us.” Quite the statement considering he already won defensive rookie of the year in 2016 and the duo was already amongst the league’s best.
If he does live up to his promises, offensive tackles in the AFC West will have a lot of trouble sleeping on Saturday nights this fall.
With all respect to Carson Wentz, Bosa should have been the #1 draft pick.