Ahead of his age-28 season, defensive end Joey Bosa finds himself approaching the game with a little more emphasis on the time and, perhaps more precisely, the opportunity he has remaining.
Pound for pound, player for player, the Los Angeles Chargers have an argument as one of the most talented rosters in the NFL — at least on paper.
“Every year, I want to play great. I want to help my team. I think that, more than ever, I just want to win some games,” Bosa said Thursday, via team transcript. “Doing my job is, I think, more important than ever. Obviously, I want to be dynamic and make plays and all of that, but I think being a team player is the most that I can be, while still going out there and being myself and making these plays. With the talent that we have, especially with [Khalil Mack] on the other side, if we just do our thing, stay consistent, then we’ll both be successful.”