The Los Angeles Chargers seem to have perennially high expectations that are never quite met. This is true again heading into 2023, with a star-studded roster led by outstanding quarterback Justin Herbert ready to take a swing at the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs in the loaded AFC West.
The Chargers open on Sunday, September 10, with a home game against the Miami Dolphins. Herbert taking Tua Tagovailoa is enough reason to buy a ticket for this one, but with those tickets selling for under $100 on Immortal Seats, this one should be a no-brainer. This is especially true as this is the Chargers’ only home game in September. Other dates to watch out for come later in the year, with potentially vital clashes on Saturday, December 23, against the Buffalo Bills and in Week 18 (day and time will be decided later in the year) against the Chiefs.
Check out the Los Angeles Chargers’ full home schedule at the end of this post.
Can the Chargers stay healthy?
There are several questions we could ask here, but the health of the Chargers’ players throughout a season has been something that has hurt the L.A. team for the last few seasons. I think adding Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator will give the Chragers a new dimension on that side of the ball, but they need their best players available for this to all come together. Wide receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams always seem to be playing through injuries, so adding a new head trainer this offseason might be just as important as the Moore hire.
It is also worth looking at that closing stretch of games, as the Chargers host perhaps the best two teams in the conference (Bills and Chiefs) while also having to travel to the thin, cold air of Denver and a potentially much improved Las Vegas Raiders squad.
2023 Los Angeles Chargers Home Games
Sun, August 20 – New Orleans Saints (Preseason)