Chargers HC Mike McCoy is keeping options open for what exactly his offense will look like in 2013, such as the frequency with which zone blocking will be used. Last month, he hired offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris, who featured the blocking style in Buffalo.
McCoy was known in Denver for adjusting his scheme to fit his players.
He made clear that hasn't changed, calling personnel adjustment the "number one thing we have to do as coaches" when recently discussing his new staff.
"We all have a very strong opinion on what we need to do here and how we should do things," McCoy said. "But we're going to analyze through minicamps, OTAs and training camp. We'll figure out what our players do best, and then we'll define what kind of system we're going to have come the opener."
This would most immediately impact Ryan Mathews, who was not particularly good (3.8 YPC) in a power scheme in 2012.