I cannot believe we have reached the halfway mark and that it’s time for the Chargers’ bye week. So what better time than now to review the team and give them their Bye week report card.
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Hello Bolt Nation! The Chargers are headed to Oakland to face our in-state rivalry team, the Raiders. The Chargers are now 1-4, coming off a victory over the New York Giants, which just might give them the hope they need.
The Los Angeles Chargers secure their first W of the season on New York Giants home turf, 27-22. Chargers leave fans apprehensive until final minutes.
The Chargers will face the Eagles in week 4 for their third home game of the season. The Eagles are first place in the NFC east at 2-1 while the Chargers are 0-3. But, don’t let this number fool you. The Chargers have held onto each game loosing at only the very last quarter. They even held Kansas City, the AFC champs, who have been the only team to beat the Eagles, to 17 until the last quarter.