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San Diego Chargers Tickets for the 2014 season are on sale now. Philp Rivers and the rest of the SD Chargers are looking to rebound once again from a disappointing season. With home games at Qualcomm Stadium against the Colts, Broncos and the always unpredictable Dallas Cowboys it will be a tough run for the Chargers. New head coach Mike McCoy will be leading the new style and system for the Chargers.

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San Diego Chargers vs Dallas Cowboys - Preseason Game 1
August 07, 2014
Thursday - 7:00 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs Arizona Cardinals - Preseason Game 2
August 28, 2014
Thursday - 7:00 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers Season Tickets
September 07, 2014
Sunday - TBA
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs Seattle Seahawks
September 14, 2014
Sunday - 1:05 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs Jacksonville Jaguars
September 28, 2014
Sunday - 1:05 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs New York Jets
October 05, 2014
Sunday - 1:25 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs
October 19, 2014
Sunday - 1:05 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs Oakland Raiders
November 16, 2014
Sunday - 1:05 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs St Louis Rams
November 23, 2014
Sunday - 1:05 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs New England Patriots
December 07, 2014
Sunday - 5:30 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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San Diego Chargers vs Denver Broncos
December 14, 2014
Sunday - 1:05 PM
Qualcomm Stadium (Football)
San Diego, CA
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A look at the Chargers Offseason
It's been a quiet offseason thus far for the San Diego Chargers, Tom Telesco's second as the team's general manager. In a division where the Denver Broncos seem determined to add every potential player necessary to get Peyton Manning another championship ring, are the Chargers doing enough to contend for the division?

The short answer, is the Chargers are doing what they need to do, not getting flashy and staying committed to a long range plan to improve the overall talent level in San Diego as Telesco and Mike McCoy help rebuild the organization. The Chargers playoff run in 2013, which came as a surprise to just about every national pundit, turned a rebuilding year into a contending year and resetting expectations for the upcoming season. Dealing with limited salary cap Telesco has made limited moves in the offseason, focusing on re-signing key free agents and adding depth.

The Chargers did make one potentially big move on offense when they signed Donald Brown from the Indianapolis Colts. Brown is a solid back who'll give the Chargers another option alongside Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead. The signing of Brown is also an indication that they Chargers may be looking to run the ball more next season. San Diego was 13th in the National Football League in rushing last season, a major improvement over the previous season when they finished 27th. In a division with Denver and Kansas City, two elite AFC contenders, an effective running game can help San Diego perfect their ball control offense. Brown is also an effective receiver out of the backfield, who'll compliment Woodhead in the passing game. Ryan Mathews had an outstanding year in 2013, but he's been injury prone during his career, so Brown will provide crucial depth in case of injury.

Part of the success of the Chargers running game was their improved offensive line. The Chargers will return all five starters from last year's offensive line when longtime center Nick Hardwick decided to return for another season. Hardwick again played at an elite level last season and the return of the Chargers offensive line anchor is a big story heading into the fall. In King Dunlap and DJ Fluker the Chargers have two solid book-end tackles to provide pass protection for Philip Rivers.

With just $3.7 million in available cap space the Chargers will now look to the draft. Most draft analysts have San Diego targeting defense in the upcoming draft. Their surprising finish, and first round playoff victory, left them with the 25th overall pick in the draft. Depth in the secondary is an immediate needs, as is another pass rusher. With an aging interior offensive line San Diego may also look to draft offensive linemen. Rumored players the Chargers could potentially target include defensive backs Ifo Ekpre-Olumo, Jason Verrett and Kyle Fuller. If San Diego targets a pass rusher multiple mock drafts have San Diego pegged to take Kony Ealy from Missouri. Other Chargers needs include wide receiver.

The Denver Broncos have made a big splash in free agency, with several major signings. With Peyton Manning nearing forty the Broncos likely have no more than two deep runs left in them. While Denver spends big to bring a championship back to the Mile High City, the Chargers are wise to rebuild their team through solid depth and youth gained through effective drafts. -Barry's Tickets

   
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