By Dave Thomas
After a heart-breaking 24-21 loss to the Denver Broncos this past Monday evening, the Los Angeles Chargers head “home” for a pair of games against AFC foes Miami and Kansas City, respectively.
When one says “home” for the Chargers, it is a bit of a stretch to say the Bolts will have a true home-field advantage this season – or the few after that.
Unless one was under a rock this past year, they know that the Chargers are calling Carson, California their temporary home for a few years. After bolting from San Diego and the countless loyal fans who followed the team for decades, the Chargers are now a team without their own permanent stadium. Sure, they will share the new stadium being built in Inglewood, Calif. with the Rams in a few years, but that is the future and not now.
So, can the Chargers expect the 30,000 or so fans who will show up for their eight regular season home games to be true die-hard Bolts fans? Or will it be much like the last several decades in San Diego? Even with a seating capacity of close to 70,000 at the Chargers’ former home in San Diego, the …read more
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