Even Coryell wasn't an Air Raid guy.
Chuck Muncie did very well with San Diego
I lived in San Diego as a kid and went to a few of those games---a lot of fun to watch. One year, the Chargers had the NFL's best offense and worst defense. Yes, Muncie made the Pro Bowl twice as a Charger and tied the NFl record in 1981 with 19 rushing TDs (also had 1144 yards rushing that year). Don Coryell's receivers ran deep routes and Fouts had a cannon arm, and that opened up tremendous space for Muncie on draw plays and screens.
Besides, everything that I hear about LF is that he's a great receiver out of the backfield, so he would still get a lot of touches even if we started throwing a lot.
ETA: For those of you younger than me, Mike Martz used the Coryell system (even the same play numbers) to create the Greatest Show on Turf, and that made Marshall Faulk league MVP and Offensive Player of the Year.
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