As we've pointed out since last November, running back is the Chargers' biggest offseason need and a position they will likely address in the draft. With Tomlinson no longer wearing Bolts and a similar fate awaiting Darren Sproles, the San Diego's backfield is looking bare. With the 2010 NFL Draft just a handful a weeks away, the Chargers are going to be faced with a big decision: should the team draft a running back in the first round, or can they afford to wait until the second, third, or fourth round to draft a good ball carrier?
Sound off in the comments section below with what your blueprint would be if you were the general manager of the San Diego Chargers.
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