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Los Angeles Chargers Details
Most Chargers fans still think of San Diego. Unlike their neighborhood Rams with deep roots, the Los Angeles Chargers played one season in L.A before taking the 1 down to San Diego for five decades.
Los Angeles has always overshadowed San Diego. Add a stacked division, the Oakland Raiders / Kansas City Chiefs / Denver Broncos AFC-West, and the average fan doesn’t think much about the Chargers outside of Fantasy Football. Here’s what they’re missing.
One of the Chargers’ greatest periods of playoff success came during the “Air Coryell” era, the offensive scheme developed by former coach Don Coryell. The early 80’s Chargers paired Quarterback Dan Fouts with Tight End Kellen Winslow. In 1981, these Chargers battled in one of the all-time greatest NFL playoff games, “the Epic of Miami.” San Diego and the Miami Dolphins squared off in the 1981-2 AFC Divisional Round. The Chargers came in hot, posting 24-unanswered points in the first quarter alone. But Miami was far from out. A beautiful hook-and-lateral ended the first-half with a Miami TD and a competitive 24-17 score. Miami rode the wave into the second half, until Winslow caught a 25-yard touchdown. Miami came back. Then San Diego tied the game (38-all) with seconds to go thanks to a touchdown pass to James Brooks. Winslow -- who suffered from dehydration, exhaustion, a gash, and a pinched nerve -- blocked a game-tying kick in OT. San Diego won the “Game No One Should Have Lost,” 41-38.
Another highlight is the 1994-5 season. The Chargers won eleven games, upset historic franchises in the Miami Dolphins and Pittsburgh Steelers and competed in Super Bowl XXIX versus the San Francisco 49ers. Unfortunately, they suffered a 49-26 loss.
The Chargers drafted Running Back LaDanian Tomlinson with the fifth-overall pick in 2001. Tomlinson, a five time Pro-Bowler and two-time rushing leader, was also an effective pass-catcher and passer (he threw seven touchdowns in his career). Many cite Tomlinson among the great Chargers ever and the father of the modern running back.
When do Los Angeles Chargers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Though exact dates change yearly, Los Angeles Chargers playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December, when NFL teams usually clinch their postseason spots. The Chargers can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card, with the former almost always happening first.
How Much Do Los Angeles Chargers Tickets Cost?
Ticket prices for NFL playoff games average $240 on the secondary market. Prices can vary depending on factors such as seating section, playoff round, and opponent.