San Diego Chargers tickets are on sale for the rest of the 2011 NFL season at Qualcomm Stadium, where the team hopes to retake the AFC West and return to the promised land- the NFL playoffs. The path seems to be clear, as the Chargers still have the makings of one of the most prolific offenses in the AFC West and the league. TheSeats has the Charger tickets to see Philip Rivers and company devastate the rest of the opponents on the Chargers schedule.
The San Diego Chargers are 4-2, sitting atop the AFC West. Sure, they are coming off a loss to the Jets, further demonstrating their ineptitude when it comes to handling teams from the AFC East not based in Miami. The Chargers still possess the talents of Philip Rivers, the running back duo of Ryan Mathews and Mike Tolbert, and wide receiver Vincent Jackson.
Rivers has been slightly less prolific than he has in seasons past. He is throwing 273.2 yards a game with just 7 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. The Chargers need him to step up his game and the wide outs Jackson and Floyd need to do a better job getting open. San Diego is fortunate Ryan Mathews and Mike Tolbert are a potent pair coming out of the backfield. Still, there is too much talent at the skills position for the team to average just 23.5 points a game.
The Chargers defense has been especially spectacular against the pass. They are allowing a mere 175.7 yards a game in the air. The running defense has not been as sharp, allowing 121.7 yards a game. That gives the San Diego Chargers the third best passing defense and 12th worst rushing defense. Combine those efforts with a suddenly turnover prone offense and the team is allowing over 22 points a game. Chargers tickets are available to enjoy this 2011 San Diego team as they attempt to conquer the remainder of the Chargers schedule.
San Diego Chargers are a franchise that began its time on the football field as an early AFL power. They won the five AFL West division titles and won the 1963 AFL Championship destroying the Patriots 51-10 with wide receiver Lance Alworth, running back Keith Lincoln, defensive lineman Earl Faison, and linebacker Frank Buncom. These names may mean very little to anyone born after 1975, but these were players every Charger fans should know.
After the AFL-NFL merger, Chargers tickets proved frustrating through the 1970s. However, for a brief period from 1979 to 1982 quarterback Dan Fouts and tight end Kellen Winslow headlined an explosive offense engineered by head coach Don Coryell. The Chargers would finally reach the Super Bowl with an unlikely group starring quarterback Stan Humphries, running back Natrone Means, and wide receiver Tony Martin on offensive and linebacker Junior Seau, defensive tackle Reuben Davis and Shawn Lee, and defensive end Leslie O'Neal. Unfortunately, the 11-5 Chargers met the 49ers in the Super Bowl. San Francisco won 49-26.
The Chargers of the 21st century have been led by quarterback Philip Rivers, running back LaDainian Tomlinson, and linebacker Shawne Merriman. San Diego has won five AFC West titles since 2004 and the team remains a contender despite parting ways with Tomlinson and Merriman.
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