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9/9/14 - Just last week, Arizona and San Diego met in the last preseason game for each, in a mostly lackluster affair where all the scoring was done by kickers. This week, when it counts? Not so much, as the Chargers fell short in allowing two unanswered fourth-quarter scores to the Cardinals in a disappointing 18-17 loss. San Diego’s running game was stopped nearly cold by the Arizona defense, collecting just 52 yards rushing for the game; Ryan Mathews rushed 12 times for 40 yards and a TD. Quarterback Philip Rivers passed for 238 yards with one touchdown pass and an interception, on 21 completions. Arizona rallied behind the arm of Carson Palmer’s 24-for-37 passing with 304 yards and two touchdown passes; receiver Michael Floyd grabbed five of those balls for 119 yards, while Ted Ginn Jr. grabbed two passes for 29 yards.
9/4/14 - In a battle of placekickers kicking field goals, the San Diego Chargers’ Nick Novak one-upped Arizona’s man four to three, for a 12-9 win to close out the preseason for both teams. Since the two will meet once again this weekend as part of the opening Monday night doubleheader, neither team wanted to give anything away to the other, so fans were treated to no starters and occasionally questionable playmaking decisions. Chargers backup quarterback Kellen Clemens was 14-for-25 for 158 yards passing, and also threw an interception with two seconds remaining in the first half and the Chargers going for it on fourth and goal from the Arizona 2 yard line.
8/27/14 - hile Philip Rivers had a good outing for the San Diego Chargers last weekend, completing nine of his 10 passes for 85 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown toss to Antonio Gates in the first quarter; and the defense teed off on San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick, constantly pressuring him, it was the 49ers who eventually prevailed, in the first NFL game at the 49ers’ new home of Levi’s Stadium, 21-7. The game was held despite it being just hours after a strong earthquake centered in the Napa area had rattled the Bay Area; leading to a significant number of empty seats. The quality of the playing surface was also an issue during the game, as the initial turf failed to take root resulting in new sod having to be laid down.
8/21/14 - All in all it was not the greatest of nights for the San Diego Chargers, who were defeated for the first time this preseason by the defending Super Bowl champions in Seattle, 41-14. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers played just one series for the Bolts, completing two of four passes for a total of 20 yards before handing the reins off to backup Kellen Clemens. While most of the San diego starting offense stayed on the field with Clemens, they struggled to gain yardage against the Seahawks; Clemens finished the game with 149 yards passing on 14-for-21; and accounting for the Chargers’ two scores, a 13 yard pass to Keenan Allen in the second quarter, and a three-yarder to Jake Byrne in the third quarter.
8/14/14 - A pair of new offensive players stood out for the San Diego Chargers in last weekend’s 27-7 win over Dallas. The first, rookie running back Branden Oliver, racked up 64 yards in just seven carries, including a 16-yard scoring ramble and another run from scrimmage that added 27 yards. The other one was Canadian Football League import Dontrelle Inman, who torched the Cowboys for 107 yards in just three plays – one of which being a 70-yard touchdown strike. Inman, who spent two years with the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts, was a consistent target for the Argos, who pundits said plays older than his age (25). Both players have worked hard in practices, coaches say, and it would not be a surprise if one – or both – are on the final 53-man roster at the end of the month.
7/31/14 - It’s been warmer than usual in Southern California of late, and it can get especially hot – and humid – in the canyons around San Diego, such as Murphy Canyon, where the San Diego Chargers train. The hot and humid conditions took a particular toll on a pair of offensive linemen, Chris Watt, the second-team right guard; and johnnie Troutman, the first-teamer in the same position, in the first practice with pads this past weekend. Both players got overheated and left practice early, Watt being carted off while Troutman went to the clubhouse under his own power. Both players are expected to be fine going forward; a number of other players found their way to the cold tubs after practice as well as the two linemen.
7/30/14 - Don’t sleep on the San Diego Chargers this season. While the team lost offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt in the offseason, Mike McCoy remains the head coach of this unit. McCoy is a highly regarded offensive mind, and has a lot to do with the revival of Philip Rivers’ career. The Chargers have the talent to leapfrog the Kansas City Chiefs in the division, and may even be a challenger to the Denver Broncos. Their schedule is doing them no favors, though, with games against all four conference finalists from a season ago – The Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers. They rank as the most expensive Chargers tickets of the season according to RazorGator.
7/24/14 - The San Diego Chargers released a pair of players this week – one of them a former first round pick, the other a second-rounder. The second round pick was linebacker Jonas Mouton, who had had injury problems since being chosen 61st in 2011. He missed most of the 2011 season with a shoulder injury, and 2013 saw him miss the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The first round selection, taken 16th overall in 2009, was outside linebacker Larry English, who played just nine games in his five years with the Chargers, recording 11 sacks. English tore a biceps muscle in Week 10 of the 2013 season, ending his season on a sour note. Even with English’s departure, the Chargers still have an excess of outside linebackers still on the roster as training camp starts.
7/23/14 - The San Diego Chargers are a much improved team from 2012 when Mike McCoy took over the reins as head coach of the Bolts and even leading them into the playoffs in his first season. If he is going to lead San Diego back there in 2014 he will have to go through three of the league's toughest opponents at home in the Patriots, Broncos and Seahawks which rank as the most expensive Chargers tickets of the season according to RazorGator.
7/17/14 - The San Diego Chargers are on the verge of breaking through to the upper echelon of the NFL after a surprising playoff berth in 2013. The main difference between last year and 2012 has to be Mike McCoy who came over from the Denver Broncos and led them to a record of 9-7, resulting in Chargers tickets averaging $198 for their games at Qualcomm Stadium this season.
7/16/14 - He’s following in some big footsteps – ones that led from an Alabama high school, through the NFL, right to Canton, Ohio. And San Diego Chargers tackle D.J. Fluker is just fine with that, since the player he’s following, former Seattle lineman Walter Jones, is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Fluker says he was inspired by a block that Jones laid on a Carolina defensive end during the 2005 NFC championship, which ultimately allowed the Seattle ball carrier to score a key touchdown. Fluker said of the play, “I remember seeing (it) and thinking, ‘That dude is a beast.’ And that’s how I want to play.” Interestingly enough, were Fluker to make it to the Pro Bowl this year, in his second season – a stated goal – it would put him ahead of the career path set by Jones, who made the Pro Bowl in his third season.
7/10/14 - San Diego has high hopes heading into the 2014 NFL season after rebounding last year and making a late run to get into the playoffs. Quarterback Philip Rivers was a huge part of this as he led the Charger offense to near the top in every offensive category with him under center. Rivers will need to be at his best if San Diego is to win its home opener against defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks in Week 2 that according to RazorGator is averaging just below $250 for Chargers tickets.
7/9/14 - San Diego chargers fans have a lot of folks to thank for the arrival of cornerback Brandon Flowers after his release Kansas City – his new Charger teammates. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that first credit for the acquisition goes to Eddie Royal, who shot his former Virginia Tech teammate a text message upon hearing of Flowers’ release. It also turned out that Flowers had trained with a number of his future teammates, including Corey Liuget, Marcus Gilchrist, and Keenan Allen; plus, he had become close to Eric Weddle and Philip Rivers at the Pro Bowl. All this added up to a huge benefit when it came down to it for the Chargers.
7/8/14 - Stuck in the middle a stacked AFC West division with the defending AFC Champion Denver Broncos and 11 win Kansas City Chiefs the San Diego Chargers are not a team to be overlooked after backing their way into the playoffs in 2013. Philip Rivers led the Bolts to the top of the standings on offense with the 4th most passing yards per game and 13th highest rushing yards per game and will now see Chargers tickets average $210 in 2014.
6/26/14 - Well, it’s official – the San Diego Chargers have, indeed, signed former Kansas City cornerback Brandon Flowers to a contract, giving the team six heading into training camp later this summer. The San Diego Union-Tribune projects that the Chargers, who carried as few as four cornerbacks last season, will take five cornerbacks forward once the season starts. The group includes Flowers; Brandon Ghee, whom the team signed to a two-year deal in March; first round draft pick Jason Verrett; Shareece Wright; Steve Williams; and Richard Marshall. Last season, the Chargers had plenty of depth at safety, with strong safety Marcus Gilchrist stepping in at nickel cornerback.
6/19/14 - Taking advantage of a player move by a division rival? The San Diego Chargers have brought in cornerback Brandon Flowers, who was released earlier this week by Kansas City. Flowers, who is 28, was a solid (if undersized at 5’9 ½”) starter for the Chiefs, and may have been a salary-cap victim as the Chiefs try to take care of their starting quarterback, Alex Smith. Flowers had a bit of an off year in 2013 and saw his playing time decrease under then-new Chiefs coach Andy Reid; but was still considered the Chiefs’ best cover man, starting 87 games in KC. If nothing else, the acquisition of Flowers has the backing of Chargers receiver Eddie Royal, a college teammate of Flowers at Virginia Tech.
6/16/14 - If you’re a sports fan, of course you remember basketballer Allen Iverson’s rant about “peactice, it’s just practice.” Some players have mixed feelings about practice – but right now, not San Diego Chargers receiver Eddie Royal. The San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper reports that the seventh-year receiver, who had a key catch which later led to a touchdown in a playoff game last season, is enjoying his practices these days after suffering a toe injury last season that left him wearing a walking boot much of the season. Though wearing the boot and not able to practice, Royal missed just one game last season while setting personal bests in touchdowns and yards.
6/4/14 - Looking over the list of undrafted free agents the San Diego Chargers have signed, a very intriguing name stands out: Mike Flacco, younger brother of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe. Mike Flacco had been playing minor league baseball for four years; he was a 31st round choice of the Baltimore Orioles and had risen as high as the single-A Frederick, Md. Keys club, where he was the starting first baseman. Instead of accepting a trade to Boston, though, Mike Flacco chose to retire from baseball and went to the NCAA Division II University of New Haven, where he was a tight end and caught 30 passes for 591 yards and nine touchdowns, earning recognition as an All-American.
5/29/14 - The San Diego Chargers have been busy getting ink on contracts after the draft, as they have announced signing first-round cornerback Jason Verrett, as well as second round linebacker pick Jeremiah Attaochu, the final two draftees in the Chargers’ six-pack of selections. In addition, the Bolts signed undrafted running back Branden Oliver, a product of the University at Buffalo, plus a pair of Canadian Football League free agents: former Calgary defensive lineman Cordarro Law, and former Toronto receiver Dontrelle Inman, both of whom will have some minor adjustments to make after playing north of the border.
5/21/14 - With teams going with taller and taller receivers on the outside, the San Diego Chargers went the other way defensively with their top pick, Texas Christian cornerback Jason Verrett, who is just 5’9”. Though he may be lacking in height, Verrett is said to more than make up for it in terms of football-related “ball-hawk” skills and toughness. Verrett is rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgery, so his impact will likely be reduced this season. Another pick on defense, Georgia Tech defensive lineman Jeremiah Attaochu, will have a more immediate impact, not to mention refinement of his craft from one of the best in the business, Dwight Freeney.
5/12/14 - In the wake of the 2014 Draft, the San Diego Chargers scored six new players plus 17 undrafted free agents. The Chargers were great on offense last season and used their selections carefully to fill holes on the other side of the ball. San Diego got down to business by addressing their needs early in the draft with first round pick Jason Verrett (No. 25), Round 2 OLB Jeremiah Attaochu (trade with Miami), Round 3 OG Chris Watt and Round 5 DT Ryan Carrethers—all viable prospects to have immediate impact. Score San Diego Chargers tickets in 2014 and see if their wise pickins' pay off!
4/17/14 - Not many teams get to face regular season opponents during the preseason—unless you're the San Diego Chargers in 2014. San Diego will host the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1 of exhibition games, then travel up the coast to take on defending Super Bowl XLVIII champions, the Seattle Seahawks, in Week 2. San Diego will remain up north to face the San Francisco 49ers in their new home at Levi's Stadium, before returning home to play the Arizona Cardinals on Aug 28. SD will be pitted against their NFC West foes (Seattle, San Francisco, Arizona) once more this year during the regular season. Last preseason, the team finished 1-3 during Mike McCoy's first year as head coach, see if he can improve on those numbers with San Diego Chargers tickets this summer!
2/11/14 – The Chargers will play at Qualcomm Stadium for the 2014 season but will continue their efforts to secure an agreement with the City of San Diego to build a new stadium. After a successful run at the postseason last year, their first since 2009, Chargers fans are on a high. San Diego’s schedule in 2014 is fourth toughest in the NFL, but should draw well as they’ll compete against some of the best in the league. Watch out for athletic TE Ladarius Green who is being primed to be Antonio Gates’ successor. His grab in the endzone against the Bengals in the postseason was proof that this 23-year-old is one to look for in 2014.
1/6/14 - The San Diego Chargers looked like the hungriest team in Wild Card weekend, playing an uncompromising game to defeat the favored Cincinnati Bengals, to advance to the AFC divisional round. Can the Chargers beat Denver for a second time this season? Home field advantage means nothing when the Chargers bolt into town and Philip Rivers is sure to put up a relentless fight against the Manning-led squad. Get San Diego Chargers tickets for just $118 and see if they can advance deeper into playoffs!
12/30/13 - With a win and some help from around the league, the San Diego Chargers scored the final spot in the AFC for a Wild Card berth! The Chargers took advantage of a depleted Kansas City roster and defeated the Chiefs, 27-24 in overtime, granting SD their fourth straight win and yet another statement victory over a ranked team. If the Chargers lost, the Pittsburgh Steelers would have taken the No. 6 seed, so Philip Rivers and company will not let this berth go to waste. See them ride the momentum into Cincinnati this Sunday to take on the formidable Bengals in enemy territory January 5, and with Rivers' cannon of an arm sizing up against the accident-prone Andy Dalton, San Diego is a serious threat! San Diego Chargers playoff tickets for the Wild Card Round are the cheapest of the weekend, starting at just $62, and averaging at $180 for a seat in Paul Brown Stadium.
12/23/13 - The San Diego Chargers beat division rivals, the Oakland Raiders 13-26, to keep playoffs in view heading into Week 17. Philip Rivers showcased his imposing power under center, and will have to work his magic again when San Diego meets Kansas City for the second time this month, needing to sweep the series. If San Diego wins, and the Dolphins and Ravens lose this weekend, the Chargers will score the coveted AFC conference wild-card spot and end their three-year playoff drought! San Diego Chargers tickets are moderately priced at $167 on average for the final game of the season.
12/16/13 - The San Diego Chargers wowed the crowd at Mile High when they upset the Denver Broncos and came away victorious on Thursday night (27-20). Philip Rivers and Keenan Allen held onto the ball for 39 minutes, forcing Peyton Manning to watch from the sideline for the majority of the game, and putting Denver’s No.1 AFC seed in jeopardy. Looking to keep it rolling in the wildcard race, the Chargers will host the Oakland Raiders next Sunday for another win opportunity. San Diego Chargers tickets start at $71 and average at $154.
12/9/13- The San Diego Chargers routed the New York Giants, 14-37, in one of the only sunny games on Sunday. The Chargers played a complete game: running for 144 yards, while leading candidate for the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year award, Keenan Allen, had two TD receptions in the first half before leaving with a minor shoulder injury. Phillip Rivers led the team over the G-men for their biggest margin of victory yet, and though SD is still gunning to make playoffs, they face tough competition and colder weather when they travel to Denver to play the Broncos. San Diego Chargers tickets are the hottest of Week 15, at $229 on average.
12/2/13 - The San Diego Chargers must now win out the rest of their games for a chance at a postseason run, after falling to the Cincinnati Bengals, 7-10, yesterday. Phillip Rivers is among the top quarterbacks in the league and has thrown at least 390 yards in numerous games this season, but he was held to 252 yards and needed more help from the run game to overcome the Cincy’s tough defense, who forced three turnovers on the day. Electrify SD and support the Chargers next week when they host the New York Giants in a must-win game! San Diego Chargers tickets are $143 on average for the East-meets-West face off.
11/26/13 - In an exciting Sunday match-up, the San Diego Chargers bested the Kansas City Chiefs, 41-38, for the once undefeated teams' second straight loss and first defeat at home. Philip Rivers was the star of the game, as the QB overcame an early deficit and ultimately threw a last-second touchdown pass to seal the win. The Chargers are electric after the weekend's surprise victory, and have maintained their relevance in the AFC wildcard race, finishing with 491 yards against a notorious KC defense. Next week, the Chargers will face another rough and tumble team, the Cincinnati Bengals, at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego Chargers tickets are the second lowest of the week at $96 on average.
11/18/13- The San Diego Chargers were beat by the Miami Dolphins, 16-20, on Sunday. In the only sunny game of the day, the Chargers played their third ugly game in a row, and have now slipped to 4th place in the AFC West. SD accrued 10 penalties, and although Phillip Rivers went 22-34 for 298 yards, the team could not overcome the lost yardage, and ultimately came up short. Next week, they travel to Kansas City to play the no-longer unbeaten Chiefs. Can the squad hand KC their second loss of the season? San Diego Chargers tickets are $151 on average.
11/11/13 - The San Diego Chargers have fallen to 4-5 on the season, after losing to the Denver Broncos Sunday afternoon (28-20). Down with a 22-point deficit in the second half, the Chargers rallied to score 14 points in an effort to close the gap, but were unable to seal the deal as the Broncos ran the clock out in the fourth. Rookie receiver Keenan Allen was stymied in his effort towards achieving the Rookie of the Year award, ranking first in receptions but 2 TDs behind Redskin's Jordan Reed after Sunday's outing. In Week 11, he and the Chargers will have a shot at improvement when they travel across the country to play the Miami Dolphins: tickets are $21 to get in and $105 on average.
11/4/13 - The San Diego Chargers went head to head against the Washington Redskins, falling 24-30, in overtime on Sunday. The Chargers lost in another close game, after being sent into overtime on a highly controversial call: Danny Woodhead had the go-ahead score with 21 seconds left in the fourth, but his TD was overturned, leaving the score tied. The Chargers struggled immensely against Washington’s high-powered running game, allowing 209 rushing yards (mostly from Alfred Morris), leaving San Diego at the .500 mark (4-4). Next week, Philip Rivers will go up against Peyton Manning, when the Chargers host the Denver Broncos. San Diego Chargers tickets are $220 on average.
10/29/13 - The San Diego Chargers will be coming out of their bye to face the Washington Redskins. San Diego is in good standing at midseason (4-3), but the rest of their schedule will pit them against a battering of tough opponents: Redskins, Broncos twice, Dolphins, Chiefs twice, and Bengals. Philip Rivers, who some are calling a dark horse candidate for MVP, is sure to give Andrew Luck a run for his money, as he owns the highest percentage of passes (of full-time QBs) at 73.9%, and is second to Manning in passing yards and completions. In the last two games, the Chargers effectively kept their opponents in the single digits and came away with two straight victories; they will be looking for their third on their cross-country trek to Maryland. San Diego Chargers tickets for their Sunday matchup are the second cheapest in the league, at just $19 to get in!
10/21/13 - Philip Rivers led the San Diego chargers to victory, hammering the Jacksonville Jaguars, 24-6. The Chargers controlled the game from the start despite making a cross-country trek on a short week, for their first back-to-back win of the season. Philip Rivers displayed a masterful showing, finishing in glorious fashion on Sunday with 22 of 26 passes for 285 yards, completing his first 14 passes of the game (a franchise record), and subsequently became the 38th quarterback in the NFL to pass over 30,000 yards. The Bolts running game was electric as well, finishing with a whopping 207 yards: running back Danny Woodhead leapt into the end zone on their first drive, and Ryan Mathews racked up over 100-yards on 21 carries and one touchdown—his first rushing TD since Week 5 of last year. The Chargers will be heading into their bye, before returning in Week 9 to take on the Washington Redskins on November 3.
10/15/13 - The San Diego Chargers put away the Indianapolis Colts 9-19, in a great Monday Night Football matchup. Philip Rivers, now completing 74% of his passes, has been living up to expectations as he and the Bolt's balanced methodical offense terminated Andrew Luck’s three game winning streak. A budding bromance between Rivers and rookie receiver Keenan Allen garnered a 22-yard touchdown, a performance amplified by reliable Nick “the kick” Novak’s four huge field goals and running back Ryan Matthew’s 102-yard game. The Chargers maintained ball possession for four consecutive drives of over 11 plays, barely giving Luck a chance to score and holding the Colts to three field goals. The Bolts are looking electric off their Monday Night upset triumph and will turn to another win opportunity in Florida, when they meet the Jacksonville Jaguars. San Diego Chargers tickets in Florida are only $8 to get in and a modest $36 on average.
10/7/13 - Despite being favorites in the California standoff, the San Diego Chargers have fallen to 4th in the AFC West after their loss to the Oakland Raiders Sunday night, being shutout in the first half. The Chargers faced the return of Raiders’ QB Terrelle Pryor, and their defense was unable to comprise the quarterback, who made 18 out of 23 passes. The Chargers had a series of missteps throughout the game: San Diego turned the ball over five times, with Phillip Rivers throwing three interceptions, one granting Pryor a 44 yard TD pass, and a botched punt by Eddie Royal converted into a 47 yard field goal for the Raiders. On the upside, San Diego’s young receivers made a great showing, with Vincent Brown completing 8 receptions, and rookie Keenan Allen making six. The Chargers will try and brush off Sunday’s late night loss and will look to victory against the Indianapolis Colts. San Diego Chargers tickets for their Monday Night face off against Andrew Luck and company are a modest $111 on average and $33 at the cheapest.
9/30/13 - The Chargers are celebrating a 30-21 victory over Dallas, with a stunning performance by Philip Rivers. The quarterback managed 400 passing yards, and the offense put up 17 unanswered points in the second half of the game, including receiver Danny Woodhead finally making waves, completing five passes for 54 yards, and 32 rushing. Despite the loss of defensive end Dwight Freeney, who injured his quad, San Diego debuted Manti Te’o who is expected to be a force on the defense. The Chargers are next pitted against the Oakland Raiders, who will be welcoming back quarterback Terelle Pryor after a concussion took him out in Week 3. San Diego Chargers tickets for their trek up the California coastline is a reasonable $24 to get in, and averaging at $94.
9/24/13 - The San Diego Chargers have dropped a few spots in power rankings after their unceremonious last-minute defeat by the Titans on Sunday, who they have not lost to since the team was known at the Houston Oilers. While quarterback Philip Rivers is performing virtuously, the Chargers are still missing linebacker Manti Te’o from their line up, and now Donald Butler is suffering from a groin injury. This Sunday they are matched up against the Dallas Cowboys in California; the cheapest ticket is $85 to the game which is among the highest this week in the NFL.
San Diego Chargers 2014 Season
For the first time in close to ten years, the NFL chose to schedule games on a (non-holiday) Saturday. San Diego will visit San Francisco Dec 20 for the Niners’ first Saturday night game since 2007. Cal football fans wanting to see Kennan Allen in action up North, can grab tickets to the showdown from $154 (or pay $66 in the preseason matchup at Levi Stadium). Another must-see top road game
on the San Diego Chargers schedule is at Denver October 23 (avg. $343). Phillip Rivers and Co. were the only team to hand the Broncos a home loss last season and although they will be the underdog, expect SD to compete in their charge toward the playoffs. Positive energy in the stands is a must if you want to see the Chargers bolt to another postseason so join the electric crowd at Qualcomm Stadium this season.
There’s a new look to the San Diego Chargers this season. After failing to make the NFL Playoffs for the third straight season last year, the Chargers have made plenty of personnel changes. New head coach Mike McCoy will lead the Bolts in 2013. Other notable changes this offseason to the Chargers roster include draft pick Manti Te’o. The Heisman Trophy candidate from Notre Dame has had an impressive minicamp and will look to contribute on the field during the regular season .
The Chargers schedule is packed with marquee games at Qualcomm Stadium. The Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, and New York Giants will all play in San Diego this season. But first, San Diego Chargers vs. Houston Texans will open the Chargers 2013 season on Monday Night Football. It is the first of two MNF games for the Chargers, with San Diego Chargers vs. Indianapolis Colts being the second. The latter has a more expensive ticket at $161 likely because of its NFL Playoff implications should the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos win their divisions (as expected) and the interest around Dwight Freeney facing his former team. Another key game for the Chargers will be when McCoy’s former team comes to play. San Diego Chargers vs. Denver Broncos is the second most expensive game on the Chargers home schedule (behind San Diego Chargers vs. Dallas Cowboys). The cheapest Chargers game will be San Diego’s last regular season home game - San Diego Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs, averaging $126. The AFC West rivalry game is one of the 10 cheapest games in the NFL this season.
All in all, Chargers tickets this year are averaging $178, down $13 in the last six weeks. Will veterans Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates, and Malcom Floyd lead the Chargers to their first playoff appearance in four years? Will Corey Liuget prove he is the number one defensive lineman in the AFC West? Chargers fans will find out when the 2013 NFL season kicks off in September.