Ladarius Green, TE San Diego Chargers

2014 Strength of Schedule - SD
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
32
@ARI
5
SEA
21
@BUF
28
JAX
24
NYJ
11
@OAK
2
KC
19
@DEN
29
@MIA
BYE11
OAK
1
STL
9
@BAL
6
NE
19
DEN
8
@SF
2
@KC

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnaps%
1HOU0000-0000-9/5317%
2PHI0000-0000-11/8313%
3TEN2480224.000000-20/5934%
4DAL0000-0000-3/724%
5OAK0001-0000-10/7214%
6IND1250125.000000-17/7822%
7JAX2400320.000000-20/7128%
8BYE------------
9WAS1100110.000000-4/646%
10DEN1250125.000000-22/7330%
11MIA4810520.250000-20/6531%
12KC3801526.670000-29/7041%
13CIN2451622.500000-60/6592%
14NYG0001-0000-30/7242%
15DEN0000-0000-46/7363%
16OAK0001-0000-33/7246%
17KC1221222.000000-32/7344%
Totals1737632922.1200000.00366/111533%

Most Recent News

Sorting out the Chargers' TE situation

Thursday, August 7, 2014, 10:20am

ESPN - [Full Article]

Chargers tight end Ladarius Green appears to have taken another step in his development after showing the ability to create big plays last season.

While Green will be featured more in the offense, veteran Antonio Gates will remain the most targeted tight end on San Diego’s roster. Gates has been the most targeted receiver for the Chargers two of the last three seasons. While NFL observers believe he has lost a step, the 34-year-old Gates can still beat one-on-one coverage in the middle of the field, particularly in the red zone.

Fantasy Impact:
Green played 33% of snaps on the season, but played 40%+ in the final six games, indicating that the team likes what he brings to the table. He's still playing behind Antonio Gates, so it's surprising to see him going ahead of Gates in early fantasy drafts. He does have upside, but it's hard to see him posting TE1 numbers without an injury to Gates.