After a slow start, the San Diego Chargers finished the 2013 NFL season with four straight wins and a 9-7 record, but there's plenty of room for improvement from the Bolts and it will likely start on offense.
Phillip Rivers continues to show why he's one of the best quarterbacks in the league and rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen was terrific, but this team needs more play makers and help could be on the way.
Bleacher Report has suggested that former NY Jets wide out Santonio Holmes is a strong possibility. The 30-year-old averaged nearly 20 yards per catch last year, despite playing with a rookie quarterback. A move to the West Coast could increase his stat lines next season and give the Chargers the type of player they need to move past Kansas City and Denver in the AFC West.
Another option for the team is using the upcoming NFL Draft to add talent. The latest mocks have the San Diego Chargers using a mid round pick to add depth, with players like Jared Abbrederis of Wisconsin or Bruce Ellington of South Carolina as possible selections.
This team is moving in the right direction and with the right moves over the coming weeks they could be a dark horse in 2014, but the front office needs to decide between youth and experience,