At Tennessee Titans
The Chargers and Titans had a terrific game across the pond in London last season that came down to the late stages. After scoring what would have been the game-tying touchdown with 31 seconds left in the game.
Instead, the Titans chose to go for a two-point conversion, one that was unsuccessful.
A game between these two teams on a Sunday or Monday night in Tennessee would be a chance for a rematch of that game.
Remaining road opponents: Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions, Oakland Raiders
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Vs. Green Bay Packers
I’ll throw a home game on here, even if it’s unlikely the league is too keen on putting one in the StubHub Center. When the Chargers get their new stadium, you can bet the primetime games will follow.
For now, the league will look at the StubHub Center as a place where a primetime game is unlikely to be held, but if it were, what about the Green Bay Packers? How many cheeseheads would we see in Los Angeles?
The Packers are a team that can always draw television ratings due to their deep fanbase and the idea of Aaron Rodgers having to travel into the Chargers’ dwelling, against a great defense, would be interesting.
Remaining home opponents: Minnesota Vikings, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers, Denver, Kansas City, Oakland