2014 NFL Draft Needs: San Diego Chargers
2014 NFL Draft Needs: San Diego Chargers

This article is part of our NFL Draft series.

Areas of Need

1. Cornerback

San Diego ranked among the bottom four teams in the league against the pass in 2013 and finished with just 11 interceptions, fifth-fewest in the NFL. Shareece Wright and Richard Marshall, who combined for one interception and 15 pass defensed, are both borderline NFL starters and likely won't cut it on a team that intends to make the playoffs for a second year in a row. If the Chargers want to stay in games and give their offense a chance, they'll need to grab a corner by Day 2 of the draft.

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Clay Link is the MLB Editor at RotoWire. Clay won the overall championship in The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational and finished top 10 in the NFBC RotoWire Online Championship in 2018. He can be heard every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday during baseball season on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and every Thursday on the Prospect Podcast.
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