Chargers Game Will Be Shown Locally

Dec 26, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Fans look on during the first half of the 2013 Poinsettia Bowl between the Northern Illinois Huskies and Utah State Aggies at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

The San Diego Chargers game will be televised locally, but if you can get to the game, you should find a way to get out there so that you can cheer off the playoff bound team. It will be a huge accomplishment for the team this season and it will be the last home game of the season, regardless if we make it to the playoffs. In a few months, everyone will be complaining that there isn’t football on anymore, so you better get out there while you have that opportunity.

Can’t wait to see the Chargers this weekend take on the Chiefs and beat them down for the second time this season. This time the playoffs could be in our grasp and their could be a massive celebration at the end of the game. Get out there and support the team.

Topics: San Diego Chargers

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  • 619chargers4life

    Season seam to go by faster and faster , hopefully ours isn’t over after Sunday #believe .

  • Derek

    Off topic but wtf with the probowl??? That’s it pro bowl has and always will be a popularity contest. Espn and sportscenter show us no love so spectators won’t either proving how sheepish they are. Phillip shouldn’t need a commercial deal to get recognized for his triumphs. Here’s to it’s abolishment maybe it should be like the espy’s and just be a award ceremony along with in depth talk about their triumph. Also players should only be allowed to vote and only for players other than themselves.

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