Morning Dump: San Diego Chargers News Around the Web

Dec 1, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard (25) is tackled by San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle (32) after a short gain during the first half at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

McCoy: Slumping Chargers still believe
ESPN (blog)
SAN DIEGO — For San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy, his team’s 4-3 record at the bye week seems like a distant memory. “Yeah, it does,” McCoy said during his news conference with reporters here on Monday. McCoy. But even with his team losing four 

Chargers blackout affects fans, businesses
fox5sandiego.com
Parents of Chargers Safety, #32 Eric Weddle, have tail gated at Qualcomm Stadium since his draft in 2007. Their section, “Weddle Way” is filled with friends they’ve made over the years. But they feel for family members who missed out on the game.

Chargers Freeney scammed out of $3M
U-T San Diego
The Chargers‘ Dwight Freeney is greeted by teammates just before the start of theChargers preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks at Qualcomm Stadium on Thursday. Hayne Palmour IV. Share Photo.  · ; ✉. The Chargers‘ Dwight Freeney is 

Chargers lean on Ladarius Green
U-T San Diego
Gained in a Chargers loss Sunday to the Bengals was a long look at an offensive wrinkle. Gates and Green worked together, sometimes bunched with Green trotting pre-snap from one side of Gates to the other, and the result was Green’s most action in any 

Chargers (bleak) playoff picture
U-T San Diego
Now, assume the Chargers win those games and lose at Denver. They’d finish 8-8 — but they’d own only five intraconference victories. Which could stop them even if they had more wins overall than the two teams that beat them. Say the Ravens lost their 

 

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  • arnie

    Plain an simple, the Chargers had an opportunity to opt out to an 85% sellout. Chargers are 1 among 3 teams that chose not to. That means 28 others teams in the league accepted. The catch was, any tickets sold over the 85% capacity would be split with the visiting team.
    I am not privy to any discussions in Charger Park, but regardless how they came to their decision, it is clear in this article who wins and who loses.

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