San Diego Chargers Tickets 2013 and NFL Season Schedule for Chargers

San Diego Chargers StadiumTwo games into the season, there are plenty of reasons for San Diego Chargers fans to be excited about the 2013 season and the future of the team. Get your San Diego Chargers Football tickets  season 2013.

The San Diego Chargers 2013 season has kicked off with a new coach, new players, and a 1 and 1 start. The Chargers have given us a glimpse of their team performance and fans are excited to see where they’ll go from here.

 Chargers 2013Football  Season Info & Tickets :

WEEK DATE Chargers Football Tickets 2013 TIME (ET)
4 Sun, Sep 29 Chargers vs Dallas 4:25 PM
5 Sun, Oct 6 Chargers at Oakland  4:25 PM
6 Mon, Oct 14 Chargers vs Indianapolis 8:30 PM
7 Sun, Oct 20 Chargers vs Jacksonville 1:00 PM
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9 Sun, Nov 3 Chargers vs Washington 1:00PM
10 Sun, Nov 10 Chargers vs Denver 4:25 PM
11 Sun, Nov 17 Chargers vs Miami 1:00 PM
12 Sun, Nov 24 Chargers vs Kansas City 1:00 PM
13 Sun, Dec 1 Chargers vs Cincinnati 4:25 PM
14 Sun, Dec 8 Chargers vs New York 4:25 PM
15 Thu, Dec 12 Chargers vs Denver 8:25 PM
16 Sun, Dec 22 Chargers vs Oakland 4:25 PM
17 Sun, Dec 29 Chargers vs Kansas City 4:25 PM

The Chargers have a lot of new faces on their offense and defense and a new head coach, Mike McCoy. McCoy had recently worked as defensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos and is known for his polished defensive style. Joining McCoy is new General Manager, Tom Telesco. Telesco spent 15 seasons with the Colts and held the position of vice president of football operations for the Colts the past six years. New players joined the Chargers ranks this season too, including new faces on defense Dwight Freeney, Manti Te’o, Jarius Wynn, Kwame Geathers, Thomas Keiser, D.J. Smith, Tourek Williams, Derek Cox, and Richard Marshall. New faces on offense including Keenan Allen, John Phillips, King Dunlap, Chad Rinehart, and D.J. Fluker. Whether the additions will make all the difference Chargers execs are looking for is still undecided.

San Diego Chargers 2013 Roster:

OFFENSE
NO NAME POS AGE HT WT EXP COLLEGE
17 Philip Rivers QB 31 6-5 228 10 North Carolina State
4 Brad Sorensen QB 25 6-5 230 R Southern Utah
6 Charlie Whitehurst QB 31 6-5 226 8 Clemson
23 Ronnie Brown RB 31 6-0 223 9 Auburn
24 Ryan Mathews RB 25 6-0 220 4 Fresno State
34 Fozzy Whittaker RB 24 5-10 202 1 Texas
39 Danny Woodhead RB 28 5-8 200 6 Chadron State
33 Le’Ron McClain FB 28 6-0 260 7 Alabama
16 Seyi Ajirotutu WR 26 6-3 215 4 Fresno State
84 Danario Alexander WR 25 6-5 217 4 Missouri
13 Keenan Allen WR 21 6-2 211 R California
86 Vincent Brown WR 24 5-11 190 3 San Diego State
80 Malcom Floyd WR 32 6-5 225 8 Wyoming
11 Eddie Royal WR 27 5-10 185 6 Virginia Tech
85 Antonio Gates TE 33 6-4 255 11 Kent State
89 Ladarius Green TE 23 6-6 240 2 Louisiana-Lafayette
83 John Phillips TE 26 6-5 251 5 Virginia
61 Nick Hardwick C 32 6-4 305 10 Purdue
74 Rich Ohrnberger C 27 6-2 300 5 Penn State
66 Jeromey Clary G 29 6-6 320 7 Kansas State
78 Chad Rinehart G 28 6-5 321 6 Northern Iowa
Stephen Schilling G 25 6-5 312 2 Michigan
63 Johnnie Troutman G 25 6-4 330 R Penn State
77 King Dunlap OT 28 6-9 330 6 Auburn
76 D.J. Fluker OT 22 6-5 339 R Alabama
79 Michael Harris OT 24 6-5 318 2 UCLA
DEFENSE
NO NAME POS AGE HT WT EXP COLLEGE
94 Corey Liuget DE 23 6-2 300 3 Illinois
91 Kendall Reyes DE 24 6-4 300 2 Connecticut
99 Jarius Wynn DE 27 6-3 285 5 Georgia
95 Kwame Geathers DT 22 6-6 335 R Georgia
68 Byron Jerideau DT 24 6-1 334 R South Carolina
98 Sean Lissemore DT 26 6-3 303 4 William & Mary
92 Cam Thomas DT 26 6-4 330 4 North Carolina
97 Bront Bird LB 24 6-4 250 2 Texas Tech
56 Donald Butler LB 24 6-1 242 4 Washington
51 Larry English LB 27 6-2 255 5 Northern Illinois
93 Dwight Freeney LB 33 6-1 268 12 Syracuse
59 Andrew Gachkar LB 24 6-3 240 3 Missouri
54 Melvin Ingram LB 24 6-1 265 2 South Carolina
96 Jarret Johnson LB 32 6-3 260 11 Alabama
57 Jonas Mouton LB 25 6-2 240 3 Michigan
50 Manti Te’o LB 22 6-1 241 R Notre Dame
52 Reggie Walker LB 26 6-0 244 5 Kansas State
58 Tourek Williams LB 22 6-4 262 R Florida International
29 Crezdon Butler CB 26 6-1 191 4 Clemson
22 Derek Cox CB 27 6-1 195 5 William & Mary
38 Marcus Gilchrist CB 24 5-10 198 3 Clemson
31 Richard Marshall CB 28 5-11 198 8 Fresno State
26 Johnny Patrick CB 25 5-11 190 3 Louisville
27 Steve Williams CB 22 5-10 185 R California
29 Shareece Wright CB 26 5-11 182 3 USC
37 Jahleel Addae S 23 5-10 195 R Central Michigan
25 Darrell Stuckey S 26 5-11 212 4 Kansas
28 Brandon Taylor S 23 5-11 205 2 LSU
32 Eric Weddle S 28 5-11 200 7 Utah

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Let’s look at the 2013 record so far: In the pre-season, the Chargers went 1 and 3 with their only win against the Cardinals, 24-7. To be expected right? With the Cardinals performance, they are quite lucky they are not in the same Division as the Chargers so they wont have to go through such an embarrassment again this season.

The Chargers kicked off the 2013 season with a loss against the Texans. Despite the Texans being one of the best teams in their AFC, the game was close, 31- 28 and it was a thrill to watch. In the first half, the Chargers were dominating the Titans offensively with big gains on our home field.

In the second half, third quarter though, the Chargers lost steam and Texans regained the lead with the high power offensive that they’re known for.  Chargers QB Phillip Rivers did a good job of keeping the game alive but Texans squeaked out a lead at the end to win the game. Chargers fans were reminded of their game last season against the Broncos, when they fell apart defensively at the end.

In their second game of the 2013 season, Chargers went head to head against the Eagles in Philadelphia.  The Chargers played a great game. Offensively that maintained long drives, taking a lot of time off the clock. This was a brilliant strategy played by head coach McCoy, especially against the fast paced style attack of the Eagles.

This win against the Eagles was a great high for the Chargers and Chargers fans. This season, offensively and defensively they are a strong team. Chargers played and lost in their third game of the season against the Titans in Tennessee. In a thrilling match up, both Philip Rivers and Jake Locker picked apart the other’s defense. Both quarterbacks saw a lot of pressure, but the difference-maker was the Titans’ run game. Final score Titans 20, Chargers 17.

On October 14th Chargers will play the Colts at Qualcomm Stadium. The Colts will be coming in high off a win against the Raiders so the Chargers-Raiders game is one of importance when Chargers meet the Colts this season.

The Jaguars host the Chargers next for their October 20th game at Everbank Field. The Jaguars are 0-2 this season, losing to both Kansas City and Oakland. After the break, Chargers play the Redskins November 2nd before getting a go against the Broncos. Looking forward in the rest of the season, the Denver Broncos will be the ones to look out for.

Chargers and the Broncos first go head to head November 10th at Qualcomm- Chargers fans do not miss that one! Then they’ll head to SunLife Stadium to play Miami. The Dolphins are on top of their game 2-0 against the Browns and the Colts. Chargers play the Kansas City Chiefs November 24th at Arrowhead stadium, the Chiefs are 3-0, with their resurgence and tactical new coach Andy Reed their defense will not be easily beaten but it can be done.

The Chargers then come back home to play against the Bengals, December 1st  and then against the Giants December 8th. The Charger’s season ends with rematches against the Broncos, Raiders, and Chefs on December 15th, 16th, and 17th . All in all this is a tough division and the Chargers will have to be tough to compete, making hopes for a spot in the playoffs challenging, but our bolts from the blue know how to keep their fan base guessing. The 2013 season is super charged so do not miss the chance to see your team drill it live at Qualcomm Stadium!

 

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