Los Angeles Chargers Tickets As They Host The Detroit Lions In The Best NFL Week 10 Game

The 4-4 Los Angeles Chargers host the 6-2 Detroit Lions in the pick of the games in Week 10 of the 2023 NFL season. The Chargers started slowly, but they routed the Jets on Monday night to show that they are still the biggest threat to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West. Even if they can’t run down the Chiefs, this team should post a winning record the rest of the way, and no team will want to see in the playoffs, given their potent offensive weapons.

The Lions came into the season as favorites to win their division for the first time in over three decades. They haven’t disappointed either, beating the Chiefs on opening night and posting a 6-2 record that sees them threatening to run away with the division in a down year for the NFC North.

Get Yout Tickets To See The Chargers Host The Lions Here!

Given all this, it is shocking that tickets to see the Chargers vs. the Lions can be had for just $70 with Immortal Seats. Those are for tickets in the Outer Bowl, but even tickets in the Upper Bowl can be had for around $100. Those wanting to be closer to the action at the massive SoFi Stadium can get Middle Bowl tickets in the $150 range, while Inner and Lower Bowl Tickets – the best tickets before you get to premium packages – are on sale for just $200. We even have Club Seating available for just $400, a complete steal for a game that should be a shootout.

Chargers’ quarterback Justin Herbert is a guy NFL fans should know more about. He became the fastest player in league history with 1,500 completions on Monday night, getting there even faster than players like Joe Burrow and Patrick Mahomes.

The Chargers had three forced fumbles and eight sacks on Monday as they held the Jets to two field goals and zero touchdowns. The Lions have Jared Goff playing the best football of his career, and as one of the NFL leaders in fewest sacks allowed, the battle at the line of scrimmage could be everything on Sunday. Goff will look to follow the path of Mahomes and Tua Tagovailoa of the Dolphins, who both passed for over 400 yards on the Chargers in victories for their teams. Watch for fireworks on Sunday!

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