Jun 14, 2022; Costa Mesa, California, USA; Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa (97) during minicamp at the Hoag Performance Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Chargers made a huge move this offseason to keep up with the ever-improving AFC West, trading with the Chicago Bears for star pass rusher Khalil Mack.

Mack will fit in alongside Chargers pass rusher Joey Bosa. On Wednesday, Bosa discussed his new teammate and exactly what it could mean to be a part of potentially the best pass-rushing tandem in the NFL.

“It’s amazing. Just to have another guy like that to lean on, to look at,” said Bosa about Mack. “He’s great to talk to. Along with that, he’s obviously an unbelievable player, so having a guy like that on the other side is going to be really fun.”

Bosa added that he has looked up to Mack since he was a young player in the NFL and that his skill set will fit in perfectly alongside him next season.

“He’s the guy that I feel like, early on, he was one of the guys I looked at and was like, ‘Dang, I have to compare to these guys? I can’t do that.’ But, obviously, I’ve really worked hard to kind of get to that point,” Bosa said. “I think we complement each other really well. We rush really differently, so we’ve been bouncing ideas off of each other, just talking technique because we really have two pretty distinct styles of rushing.”

Bosa finally added that he couldn’t be more excited to get on the field and play together.

In a division where the Chargers will face off against the likes of Russell Wilson, Derek Carr, and Patrick Mahomes for six games per season, they will certainly need to get to the quarterback.

They should have no issues doing that with two All-Pro caliber pass rushers on their roster. And considering that Justin Herbert can certainly hold his own on offense against his elite competition in the division, they should be amongst the top teams in the AFC next season.

[Pro Football Talk]

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