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The San Diego Chargers will be spending a lot of time on the road to start the 2013 season, as five of the first eight games will take the team across the country. The Chargers 2013 schedule boasts two Monday Night Football games and a Thursday night matchup against returning the 2012 AFC West champion, Denver Broncos (Nov. 10), putting a heavy spotlight on the Chargers after a 7-9 finish last year. A big X-factor for the team will be Mike McCoy, the Chargers’ first-year head coach fresh out of Denver. McCoy will be looking for big numbers from Jackie Battle and Ryan Matthews, who have continued to lead the rushing offense for the Chargers, alongside receivers Malcolm Floyd, Antonio Gates, and Danario Alexander.
The first big test for McCoy’s Chargers will be the home and season opener on Monday night against the reigning AFC South Division champion, Houston Texans (Sept. 9), followed by consecutive road matchups against the Philadelphia Eagles (Sept. 15) and Tennessee Titans (Sept. 22). Despite the wealth of away contests right off the bat, the Chargers have one of the easiest road schedules in the league, and will look to pad the wins column early on. Fans looking to attend home clashes at Qualcomm Stadium can look forward to games against the Dallas Cowboys (Sept. 29), Indianapolis Colts (Oct. 14), and Denver Broncos (Nov. 10), just to name a few. Purchase Chargers tickets today and reserve seats for another exciting season of NFL football.