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The Chargers Have Added Another Key Coach

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The Los Angeles Chargers are looking to make strides next season as a team.

The one way they can do that is by performing more consistently on offense.

Quarterback Justin Herbert is one of the best young players in the league, and he added some new coaches this offseason.

The Chargers signed Kellen Moore to be their new offensive coordinator.

Also, they just brought in another Cowboys coach from last season, Doug Nussmeier.

Nussmeier was the quarterback coach in Dallas, and he will have the same role in LA.

#Chargers are hiring Doug Nussmeier as quarterbacks coach, per source. Nussmeier, who was Dak Prescott’s coach in Dallas, reunites with OC Kellen Moore, now works with Justin Herbert.

— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) February 17, 2023

It will be good for Herbert to have two new coaches in his ear.

Especially after Herbert seemed to hit his peak with Joe Lombardi calling plays.

Moore and Nussmeier were part of a Cowboys offense that was top five in the NFL each of the past two seasons.

With Dak Prescott under center, the Cowboys could score points with the best of them.

It will be interesting to see if these coaches can bring a similar-style offense to LA.

Scoring points will be a must for this Chargers team.

Especially playing in the AFC West which looks to be one of the best divisions in football.

The Chargers have all the players in place to be an elite offense, they just need the right man calling the plays.

Moore was questioned plenty in Dallas for his early-down runs and “curl” routes.

It will be crucial to the Chargers that Moore and Nussmeier can learn from their mistakes in Dallas.

This may be a make-or-break year for Chargers head coach Brandon Staley.

He must have faith that these offensive coaches will help him get the job done.

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