By all accounts it’s been a good early preseason for the LA Chargers tickets. This past Friday they finished their ninth day of training camp with very few injuries. Saturday the team held their annual open to the public fan fest with a record 18,000 fans attending the event at Stubhub Center. Although the 18,000 was dwarfed by the fan attendance for similar events in other NFL cities (67,000 in Green Bay!), the attendance is indicative of the excitement from the fan base and the progress that General Manager Tom Telesco and Head Coach Mike McCoy have made in the last two seasons to rebuild the Chargers franchise. Those attending Saturday got a glimpse of a Chargers team that should contend once again for the playoffs in touch AFC West due to a solid offseason that saw continued improvement had problematic positions for the club last season, like a cornerback.
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About the Chargers Vs Cowboys
The San Diego Chargers will kick off their 2014 preseason schedule on Thursday, August 7 when they host the Dallas Cowboys. With one of the most passionate fan bases in the NFL, the Cowboys have long garnered tremendous support throughout the southwest. After a surprising finish in 2013, when they reached the second round of the playoffs after earning a wildcard, the Chargers just completed well regarded NFL draft. Chargers GM Tom Telesco received positive marks from a number of analysts, with the team picking up some key players in areas of need, starting with cornerback Jason Verrett of TCU. Verrett joins Jeremiah Attaouchu and Ryan Cerrethers as positive additions to the defense. Offensively the Chargers picked up offensive lineman Chris Watt, regarded as a good interior blocker, as well as running back Marion Grice and receiver Tevin Reese. For a team with just six picks, the Chargers worked for the board well.
In the preseason opener, the Chargers will face a Cowboys team coming off of another disappointing end to the season in 2013. After losing quarterback Tony Romo the Cowboys lost the final game of the season to the Philadelphia Eagles to lose the division and the playoffs. They’ll have a healthy Romo back this coming season, with the usual variety of weapons on the offensive. The Cowboys drafted tackle Zack Martin from Notre Dame to shore up the offensive line and then focused on defense with an effort to replace the departed Jason Hatcher and DeMarcus Ware. They drafted another Demarcus, Demarcus Lawrence from Boise State in the second round as a potential future replacement Ware.
The August 7th opener will give Chargers fans an opportunity to see an offense that returns virtually the entire starting unit from last season, including veteran quarterback Philip Rivers who had a comeback year in 2013. Returning for his second season is Keenan Allen, the top rookie receiver in 2013.
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