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2014 San Diego Chargers Ticket preview

Philip Rivers is the engine that runs the San Diego Chargers and the fans that bought Chargers tickets in 2013 were happy he was back in full force after a tough 2012 campaign. Rivers threw nine touchdowns and only two interceptions over the Chargers’ final four games in 2013 to lead the NFL’s fifth-ranked offense into the playoffs.

 

San Diego won its Wild Card game over the Cincinnati Bengals, but lost the Divisional game to the eventual AFC champions, the Denver Broncos.

 

Still, with a rejuvenated Rivers under center, Chargers tickets are once again a worthwhile investment. A sampling of Rivers’s numbers from 2013: 32 touchdowns, 11 interceptions, 4,478 passing yards, and a 105.5 rating. Chargers fans would love for more of the same in 2014.

 

Qualcomm Stadium seats 70,561 fans on game days, which means 70,561 San Diegans waiting on Rivers’s every move, give or take. Rivers redeemed himself nicely under pressure, earning NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors on the strength of his passing ability.

 

Rivers wasn’t the only star for the Chargers last season though, as players like Keenan Allen, Donald Butler, and D.J. Fluker all making sizable contributions to San Diego’s cause. Butler, who tied for second on the team in total tackles, was the team’s top priority in terms of impending free agents, and by giving him the multi-year deal he deserved in February, all parties walked away from the negotiating table happy.

 

Allen was the first NFL rookie to top the 1,000-yard receiving mark since Cincinnati’s A.J. Green in 2011, earning him instant credibility in league circles and making him look more and more like the steal of the 2013 NFL Draft. The third-round pick (No. 76 overall) out of UC-Berkeley quickly made his mark as one of Rivers’s favorite targets, pulling down 71 passes and eight touchdowns last year.

 

Fluker started 15 games last season at both left and right tackle, showing off the type of versatility that had the Chargers draft him with their first overall pick. San Diego couldn’t have asked for much more from their incoming rookie class, which bodes well for the future of the organization on offense.

2013 Chargers ticket preview

San Diego Chargers tickets are going fast as fans can’t wait to see this offense thrive under new coach Mike McCoy, who did wonders in Denver. Quarterback Philip Rivers is rejuvenated and running back Ryan Mathews is poised for stardom under McCoy, an offensive genius and former quarterback himself. Qualcomm Stadium will be the place for thrills all season as the Chargers, still one of the most talented teams in the NFL, try to unseat the Broncos in the AFC West.

Buy Chargers tickets online and see McCoy help Rivers bounce back from the 49 sacks he took in 2012 and the 20 interceptions he threw in 2011. McCoy is fixing Rivers’ mechanics, and the results should be breathtaking. The offense has entirely new terminology, and won’t be as predictable as it had become under Norv Turner.

Qualcomm Stadium tickets are your opportunity to see the Bolts take onAFCWest rivalsDenver,KansasCity andOakland, as well as entertain the Houston Texans, the Indianapolis Colts with quarterback Andrew Luck, the Cincinnati Bengals and the New York Giants.

The Chargers won theAFLchampionship in 1963 and have been outstanding during much of the time since, winning 15 division titles and reaching the playoffs 17 times. Buy Chargers tickets now and see this franchise, which also has a new general manager in Tom Telesco and a new offensive coordinator in Ken Whisenhunt, scale the heights of the NFL. The Chargers had an outstanding draft in April, selecting offensive lineman D.J. Fluker fromAlabama, linebacker Manti Te’o from Notre Dame and wideout Keenan Allen ofCaliforniain the first three rounds. Allen is a big target for Rivers, who also can throw to legendary tight end Antonio Gates and burgeoning receivers Danario Alexander and Vincent Brown.

San Diegofinished 7-9 last season, so it’s not like the Chargers are totally rebuilding. The signing of Colts’ all-time sack leader Dwight Freeney sent shockwaves throughout the league, and opposing quarterbacks have been put on notice. These Chargers will be much tougher than in years past, and should fulfill their vast potential. Buy San Diego Chargers tickets now and see for yourself!

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San Diego Chargers tickets just get better and better. It seems like every year the Chargers add something new to the mix. It started with LaDainian Tomlinson, who quickly became the best running back in the NFL. Antonio Gates followed suit and became the standard for tight ends. Wide receivers Chris Chambers and Vincent Jackson have taken turns showing the league what they can do. But what Darren Sproles pulled off at the end of last season just goes to show that the Chargers clearly have the best scouting department in the league. They have more talent on their bench than many have on the field on any given Sunday.

Of course tons and tons of talent does not mean anything if you cannot turn it into NFL championships. Chargers ticket holders have been told for years that they have the most talent in the league, but when the playoffs commence, San Diego never seems to be playing its best ball. It’s obvious that man for man the Chargers can play with anyone in the AFC, but teams like the Steelers, Patriots and Colts keep finding themselves hoisting trophies at the end of the year, while the Chargers keep wondering when their turn will come.

The Chargers do make it fun along the way. Between Tomlinson and linebackers Shawne Merriman, it could be said that the chargers have the two most exciting players in the league, on both sides of the ball. One never regrets purchasing Qualcomm Stadium tickets. The San Diego Chargers put on a great show game in and game out, and more times than not, the end result is a win.

Could this be the year for the Chargers? Quarterback Phillip Rivers has all the tools he needs to lead San Diego to the championship. Merriman and his fellow defenders certainly have everything they need to take care of business against opposing offenses. Get you San Diego Chargers tickets today, and be a part of history when Coach Norv Turner and company bring a first ever championship back to San Diego.

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2008 San Diego Chargers Tickets

Four Reasons to Buy 2008 San Diego Chargers Tickets

1. L.T. – San Diego Chargers tickets should come with some kind of disclaimer, warning fans of opposing teams what they’re about ready to see. LaDainian Tomlinson is simply the most dangerous weapon in the NFL. He can embarrass defenses at the drop of a hat by either pushing them to the side with one of his patented jukes or by just running them over. Tomlinson, out of TCU, has solidified his status as one of the best running backs ever to play in the NFL. As the 28-year-old heads into the twilight of his career, make sure to take any steps necessary to see him play live. San Diego Chargers tickets are your tickets to see one of the greatest NFL running backs of all-time.
2. Talent talks — Few teams if any have as much overall talent as the San Diego Chargers. The offense is built around Tomlinson, but the surrounding parts aren’t too shabby. Quarterback Philip Rivers has had his ups and downs in his brief NFL career, but Chargers ticket holders have fallen in love with his competitiveness and know that he’s very capable of taking the Chargers to the next level. It doesn’t hurt to have All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates at your disposal. The best tight end in the game, Gates uses his basketball frame to box out defenders and put him position to make seemingly every grab. Keep an eye on scat-back Darren Sproles, as well. Sproles, out of Kansas State, is a dangerous kick return and receiver out of the backfield.
3. Lights Out! – Linebacker Shawne Merriman is one of the premier defensive players in the NFL. He missed several games last season, but still led the Chargers with 12.5 sacks.
4. Super Bowl aspirations — Norv Turner’s club is on the verge of something special. In fact, Chargers tickets could deliver the ultimate NFL ride this season with a trip to the Super Bowl. The Chargers have been eliminated the past two years by the New England Patriots, but appear to be able to just a few plays away from knocking off the defending AFC Champions. Is this the season the Chargers head to the Super Bowl? Find out with 2008 San Diego Chargers tickets from ABCTickets.com.

TOP 10 REASONS TO BUY SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS

10. Norv Turner:
Head coach Norv Turner has a well-deserved reputation as an offensive
genius. Now that he has taken over the Chargers, with their wealth of
talent, Turner is itching to wreak havoc on the rest of the NFL.
9.
Qualcomm rocks: The Chargers play at beautiful, raucous Qualcomm Stadium, and
have done so for 40 years. It was formerly known as San Diego Stadium
and Jack Murphy Stadium.
8. Super Bowl favorite: San Diego is one of the
favorites to win the Super Bowl this season. After a 14-2 regular
season in 2006, the Chargers lost a heartbreaking divisional playoff game to
the New England Patriots. The Chargers are eager for redemption.
7.
Pattern of winning: San Diego Chargers tickets are hot because of the
city's special relationship with the team. That relationship has been
enhanced by the Chargers' success, namely a 1963 AFL Championship, 12
divisional championships and a 1994 AFC Championship.
6. Philip Rivers:
Quarterback Philip Rivers, a first-round pick out of North Carolina State,
is the unquestioned leader of the Chargers. He displays a poise beyond
his years, and is rising to the upper echelon of NFL quarterbacks.
5.
Shawne Merriman: Outside linebacker Shawne Merriman leads a ferocious
defense that harasses opposing quarterbacks to no end. Merriman has become
well-knownn for his unique dance following sacks.
4. Lightning bolts:
Every football fan is familiar with the Chargers' lightning bolt logo,
which has been in place since 1986.
3. Rivalries: San Diego Chargers
tickets are your chance to see the home team play the despised Oakland
Raiders, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs, the Chargers' AFC West
rivals.
2. Legends: Thanks in part to the famed Air Coryell offense, the
Chargers already have put several players into the Hall of Fame. They
include Lance Alworth, Dan Fouts, Sid Gillman, Charlie Joiner, Deacon
Jones, Ron Mix and Kellen Winslow.
Who will be next?
1. LT: There is no
bigger reason to buy San Diego Chargers tickets than the man known as LT.
LaDainian Tomlinson is a joy to watch. The Chargers' electrifying
running back scored a league-high 31 touchdowns in 2006, earning the NFL's
MVP award and the Associated Press' Offensive Player of the Year Award.
He is equally dangerous as a receiver.

THIS WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
ARIZONA CARDINALS (4-10) TICKETS AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (13-2)
4:15 p.m., Sunday
QualComm Stadium

The Chargers have just one more thing to do. Clinch home field advantage throughout the playoffs. LaDainian Tomlinson obviously can’t be stopped so this one can be considered in the bag. As the AFC’s best team gets ready for the playoffs, the rest of the AFC can only hope for a miracle. But it won’t happen and the Chargers finish a great season with a win.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 28, Arizona 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Tomlinson, who else?

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Who wouldn’t want to get their hands on San Diego Chargers tickets for the upcoming season? The Chargers have been involved in some of the biggest off-season moves of the year and the focus seems to be on taking the Bolts deep into the playoffs in the upcoming year. San Diego finished at 9-7 last year on the down note of two season ending losses. Many experts saw them as a deserving playoff team and the talent on both sides of the ball begged questions of how much damage they could have done had they made it to the post season. With the disappointment behind them, the Chargers got down to the business of making sure it wouldn’t be an issue going forward.

The first thing Chargers management did was settle the QB controversy once and for all by releasing Drew Breese to the New Orleans Saints, making unproven talent Phillip Rivers their field general next season. To help Phillips’ transition San Diego locked up WR Eric Parker to a new 5 year contract along side veteran Keenan McCardell. To this duo the Chargers added Rashaun Woods the wide out from San Francisco. These weapons, together with All Pro TE Antonio Gates offer threats that take the focus off of LaDanian Tomlinson, widely regarded as the best running back in football. To shield Tomlinson and open up the running game, San Diego went out in the draft and picked up Wisconsin guard Ben Johnson and the 6-8 336 tackle from Auburn, Marcus McNeill.

Those with San Diego Chargers tickets could not ignore the rise of their team’s defense last season. Featuring stand out defensive end Shawne Merriman who led the team in sacks, the Charger defense derailed the high riding Indianapolis Colts who were undefeated coming into Qualcomm Stadium. To compliment Merriman, the Chargers worked hard to go out and get linebacker Akbar Gbaja-Biamila. Another speedster and crushing tackler, AGB will prove a welcome addition to an ever improving AFC defensive powerhouse. A solid team with balance and desire, the San Diego Chargers will be a team to see in 2006.

THIS PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (12-2) TICKETS AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (8-6)
4 p.m. Sunday
Qwest Field

The L.T. machine just keeps rolling. Throwing aside the fact that Tomlinson just seems unstoppable you just have to love the way San Diego has put together a complete team on offense and defense. Looking at the entire NFL it's hard to find another team as well rounded as the Chargers. This is the game that will showcase the huge difference between the AFC and the NFC this year. While Seattle hardly represents the best of the NFC, the Seahawks are the defending NFC Champs and should be expected to put up a good fight. But L.T. will be too much and the Chargers defense will stop a faltering Seahawks offense.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 31, Seattle Seahawks 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: L.T., L.T., L.T. all the time

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (7-6) AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (11-2) TICKETS
8 pm, Sunday
Qualcomm

LaDainian Tomlinson is a beast that can’t be stopped. Opponents know he’s going to get the ball and they still can’t stop him. Philip Rivers is playing well in a system that doesn’t really need him and the Chargers defense, despite all the talk about the Bears, is probably the best in the NFL. The Chiefs are walking into a trap here as the Chargers are tuning up for a playoff run that should carry them straight down to Miami. What else can we say? It would take a miracle for Kansas City to pull off a win in San Diego.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 30, Kansas City Chiefs 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Tomlinson, Tomlinson, and more Tomlinson.

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (7-5) VS. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (10-2) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Qualcomm Stadium

LaDainian Tomlinson is unstoppable. He’s a fantasy football player’s best friend and he’s well on his way to setting the single-season record for most touchdowns. But he’ll be tested by a stingy Bronco defense in this week’s AFC West showdown. Will the Broncos be able to slow him down, and if so what Charger will step up? Take Denver in an upset.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver 24, San Diego 21
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Diego running back LaDainian Tomlinson. (Last week: Tomlinson — 21 carries, 179 yards, 2 TDs).

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO (9-2) at BUFFALO BILLS (5-6) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

The Chargers appear to have emerged as one the top three team in the AFC, along with the Ravens and Colts. But the Bills, surprisingly, have put themselves in playoff contention and won’t lie down easy for the Cargers. Alas, LaDainian Tomlinson has been simply amazing, and if the Bills put up a fight, look for L.T. to put the Chargers on his back and lead them to another victory.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 35, Buffalo Bills 14
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson. (Last week: Tomlinson — 25 carries, 109 yards, 2 TDs, 1 passing TD)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (8-2) TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (8-2) VS. OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-8) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
QUALCOMM Stadium

It's perfectly clear, there's no argument. LaDanian Tomlinson is the best running back in professional football. Last week he became the fastest player to score 100 touchdowns ever. He did it in just 89 games. The guy's a beast, but he's not the only weapon in San Diego. QB Phillip Rivers has shown that he's dangerous behind center, and then there's the best tight end in the league, Antonio Gates. Tomlinson, Rivers, and Gates should have a fine time at target practice against the worthless Oakland Raiders at home. You want offense? This is the game for you. The score will be through the roof, and completely one-sided.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 45, Oakland Raiders 6
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Are you kidding? Start Tomlinson and don't look back. (Last week: Tomlinson, 189 total yards and 4 TDs)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (7-2) TICKETS AT DENVER BRONCOS (7-2) TICKETS
8 p.m. Sunday
Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium

San Diego erupted for 42 points in the second half against the Cincinnati Bengals last week to carry away a 49-71 win in Cincinnati. Could that have been the day that Philip Rivers grew up into an NFL quarterback? Rivers passed for over 300 yards and three touchdowns while LaDianian Tomlinson topped 100 yards and notched another 4 TD’s. It’s the kind of performance that makes you stand up and take notice. This is a game you don’t want to miss. The Chargers can put the rest of the NFL on notice against a Broncos defense that is one of the stingiest in the league. Denver has something to prove too, after escaping with a narrow victory over the Oakland Raiders. San Diego has not performed well when traveling out of California. Denver is always tough at home. Of such things are great NFL games made.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 20, San Diego Chargers 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Diego running back LaDanian Tomlinson (Last week — Tomlinson – 22 carries, 104 yards, 4 TDs, 6 catches, 54 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (6-2) AT CINCINNATI BENGALS (4-4) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Paul Brown Stadium

The San Diego Chargers looked pretty good in their win over Cleveland. Of course, Cleveland is no Cincinnati. But then, even Cincinnati isn’t Cincinnati this year. At least not the same Bengals team that challenged for an AFC Championship last year. But the Chargers will have to be on their toes. All that pent up talent and frustration of the Bengals is bound to find a release soon. Do we smell an upset here? No, the Chargers defense is still too good for a Bengals team trying to find some consistency.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 23, Cincinnati Bengals 14
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Diego running back LaDanian Tomlinson (Last week — Tomlinson – 18 carries, 172 yards, 3 TDs, 3 catches, 20 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (2-5) AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (5-2) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
QUALCOMM Stadium

The Chargers didn’t look like a team on the decline in last week’s win over the Rams. But injuries are starting to set in. All-Pro linebacker Shawne Merriman will begin his four-game suspension this week for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, and linebacker Steve Phillips is also on the shelf. The Chargers better be on upset alert. Luckily, they’re playing the Browns.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 23, Cleveland 10
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Diego running back LaDanian Tomlinson (Last week — Tomlinson – 25 carries, 183 yards, 2 TDs, 3 catches, 66 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (4-1) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (2-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Arrowhead Stadium

With its hard-hitting defense and explosive offense, San Diego has emerged as one of the favorites in the AFC. Led by linebacker Shawne Merriman, the Chargers have been tormenting offenses and forcing turnovers in record numbers. Meanwhile on offense, the Chargers have found their new leader in quarterback Phillip Rivers. And that’s not even mentioning All-Pro running back LaDainian Tomlinson or tight end Antonio Gates. The Chiefs will have their hands full in order to slow down the Chargers. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 28, Kansas City Chiefs 21
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Diego running back LaDainian Tomlinson (Last week: Tomlinson - 21 carries, 71 yards, 4 TDs)
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PAST WEEK'S SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TICKETS
San Diego Chargers at Baltimore Ravens Tickets
1 p.m., Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

A well-rested group of Chargers head east to take the Baltimore Ravens team off to a 3-0 start. San Diego quarterback Phillip Rivers will be tested by a stingy Ravens defense. Look for a steady dose o Charger running back LaDanian Tomlinson. Also look for a San Diego victory.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego 13, Baltimore 9
(Last Week: 10-4/Season 43-13)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: San Diego running back LaDanian Tomlinson. (Last Week: San Diego on a bye)

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