Yes, in fact, everything is relative.
And that is perceived as good news in Chargers camp, believe it or not.
Dunlap started 12 games for the Eagles last year, but is probably best suited as a backup. Longtime Steelers tackle Max Starks was signed this offseason, and worked with the ones in Dunlap’s absence. But he apparently hasn’t looked like a viable option to start.
That probably says more about Starks than Dunlap at the moment, which is bad news for Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers.