One Team Embraced New Blackout Policy And It Wasn’t the Chargers

Nov. 15, 2008; San Diego, CA, USA; Utah Utes fans sits in a nearly empty Qualcomm Stadium prior to the game against the San Diego State Aztecs. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

The Cleveland Browns are the latest team to opt out of the new blackout policy and the Chargers have already stated that they would not take part of the policy either. The only team that took “advantage” of the policy was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Chargers shouldn’t need help from the blackout policy since we are marketing tickets to opposing teams and we are opening up the Dallas Cowboys-San Diego Chargers joint practices to season ticket holders.

If we put out an exciting winning product on the field, then we really won’t need help to sell out tickets. If we struggle out the gates, then we could see some early blackouts again.

Topics: Blackouts

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  • arnie

    really. what are the chargers going to say, ” we’re not confident in the team we put on the field, to sell out games? That we’re not sure the HC can get this team to more than 9 wins?”staying the course….. 

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