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The AFC West has been owned by the San Diego Chargers, although it hasn’t always been easy. The epic clashes with the Broncos are always good Chargers tickets. In 2014 the Kansas City Chiefs are expected to be much improved, lending some punch to the battle for the AFC West. In addition, San Diego will be playing host to the defending NFC West Champion Arizona Cardinals, the New England Patriots, and a rising San Francisco 49ers team with high hopes. Looks like Qualcomm Stadium and San Diego Chargers tickets will be winners no matter what.


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San Diego Chargers Tickets – Claiming 2010

It’s been too many years of frustration for the San Diego Chargers and they believe the 2010 NFL season will belong to them. Just winning the AFC West and making the playoffs won’t be enough payoff for Chargers tickets. This season only a Super Bowl win will suffice. San Diego has experienced tremendous highs and tremendous lows over the course of the past five years. Long winning streaks, high expectations, then injuries, and the eventual crash that leaves Chargers fans scratching their heads. Philip Rivers and Norv Turner don’t intend to let that happen again. This is a new San Diego Chargers team, still deeply talented and explosive, but focused solely on winning the ultimate prize. Catch the reward for all their hard work with San Diego Chargers tickets.

2010 San Diego Chargers – Philip River Team

The gradual transition into a team that belongs to Philip Rivers and not LaDainian Tomlinson has occurred over the last two seasons. The Pro Bowl running back has faded into the background and now Philip Rivers has arisen as the leader of this tea. Along the way the Chargers have evolved from a run oriented team into one of the highest scoring teams in the NFL, relying on the passing game to put points on the board. In 2009 River topped the 4,000 yard mark and threw 28 touchdown passes. More importantly, Philip Rivers is the guy Chargers players turn to when the going gets tough. His rapport with wide receiver Vincent Jackson and tight end Antonio Gates makes the Chargers offense as dangerous as any in the league. The emergence of running back Ryan Mathews as a pounding back, and the quick hits of Darren Sproles, gives the San Diego Chargers a potent running game to finish things off.

There have been some big changes on the defensive side of the ball also. Defensive Coordinator Ron Rivera inherited a team with basically no pass defense and elevated them into the upper half of the NFL. Using Shawne Merriman and Shaun Philips as outside pass rushers from a 3-4 attack, Rivera can pressure quarterbacks while stopping the run in the middle. He’ll have to meet the challenge of replacing Antonio Cromartie, but with 1st Rounder Antoine Cason coming into his own, the San Diego Chargers match up well with most anyone.

 

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Ross Tucker - Sports On Earth

Ross Tucker
Sports On Earth
San Diego Chargers Offensive Line vs. Miami Dolphins Defensive Line. This match-up doesn't look very pretty on paper. The Chargers have given up the most QB pressures of any team in the NFL and they are going against one of the top defensive lines in ...

Von Miller bounces back from ACL surgery - Colorado Springs Gazette

Von Miller bounces back from ACL surgery
Colorado Springs Gazette
photo - Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller (58) celebrates his sack of San + caption Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller (58) celebrates his sack of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers during the first half of an NFL football ...

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Weeden waits as Cowboys monitor Romo's balky back - San Angelo Standard Times

San Angelo Standard Times

Weeden waits as Cowboys monitor Romo's balky back
San Angelo Standard Times
FILE - In this Aug. 7, 2014, file photo, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Brandon Weeden calls out instructions at the line of scrimmage during the first half of a preseason NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers in San Diego. Weeden waits to see if he ...

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Chiefs not sleeping on QB Michael Vick despite Jets' woeful passing game - Chiefs Digest

Chiefs Digest

Chiefs not sleeping on QB Michael Vick despite Jets' woeful passing game
Chiefs Digest
Oct 5, 2014; San Diego; New York Jets quarterback Michael Vick (1) attempts to get away from San Diego Chargers safety Marcus Gilchrist (38) at Qualcomm Stadium. Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The New York Jets ...

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Don't jump off Chargers bandwagon - U-T San Diego

U-T San Diego

Don't jump off Chargers bandwagon
U-T San Diego
Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers at Sports Authority Field.San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates (85) and San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd (80) react to Gates third touchdown of the evening, this one coming in the 4th quarter.

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