Day one of the draft was eventful for the NFL's best division, and we start by taking a look at the first of two top 10 picks to join... The biggest, of course, is the fact that the Chargers are firmly behind him as the starting quarterback, opting not to take his heir in the first round.
Williams might be the most divisive receiver in this year's draft.
With a draft that is particularly weak offensively, Williams was a steal after he got past the Titans with the 5th and made it to the Chargers at 7.
Rivers will now have a complete arsenal of weapons on the offensive side of the ball with Williams, Keenan Allen, Travis Benjamin, Tyrell Williams and Dontrelle Inman competing for snaps on the outside.
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All that's great for Tiger fans ... but what do Williams and Watson bring to the table for the teams who chose them? "He was the number one receiver on my board". Steven Ruiz gave the Chargers a B+ for picking Williams, calling him a receiver who will "dominate at the catch point".
Now that the first round has concluded, the Chargers are looking at the chance to get some big names in the second and third round. If we can't move out or we don't move up, I think we're in a good spot. Pete Prisco was less impressed with Los Angeles selection of Williams, giving the Chargers a "C-" and saying "I know they need receivers, but I don't think this kid separates well enough". Bosa was named the 2016 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.
The players remaining in the draft have a chance to give them a defense that's competitive and while they may not be drafting the '85 Bears this year, they have the opportunity to use the rest of this strong draft to make major positional improvements.
Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson was the star of the team's national championship run, but he leaned on Williams often.