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San Diego Chargers

As the name of the team suggests, the Chargers are based in San Diego, California and are a professional American Football team. Of the two conferences in the National Football League (NFL), the San Diego Chargers have belonged to the American Football Conference (AFC) since they switched to the NFL from the American Football League (AFL) in 1970. They are further categorized as being in the Western Division of the AFC. Before 1970, the San Diego Chargers played for the AFL, and at the time of their establishment, they were not even in San Diego. When the team was formed in 1960, along with seven other teams in the AFL, the Chargers were based in Los Angeles. But they only spent one season in LA and moved to San Diego, to their rightful place, in 1961. The original owner of the football team was Barron Hilton, the heir to the Hilton Hotels and son of its founder, Conrad Hilton. Hilton had agreed to buy the Chargers because he had reported liked the way in which they would yell “Charge” at the beginning of the game as they ran in for the kick off. To date, the Chargers are the only professional American Football team in Southern California who play their home games in Qualcomm Stadium.

A historic event in the Chargers history is the “Holy Roller” in 1978 which is also known as the Immaculate Deception by Chargers fans. The incident took place when the Chargers faced off against the Oakland Raiders. In the last 10 seconds of the game, the raiders quarter back makes fumbles the ball and the rest of the ten seconds is spent on both teams trying to get their hands on the ball. Ultimately Dave Casper of the Raiders falls on the ball in the Chargers end zone for the win. The Chargers fans see it as an incomplete pass, even though it was ruled as a fumble, and it caused the NFL to change the rules of the game.

The San Diego Chargers have made only one Superbowl appearance and lost the game to the San Francisco 49ers in 1994. The Chargers were the only team to win their first six games in the season in that year and qualified for the Superbowl by finishing the season at 11-5. However, the Chargers have won one League championship in 1963 when they were affiliated with the AFL. They emerged Conference champs in 194 from the AFC and have become the Divisional champions 5 times in AFL West division and 10 times in the AFC West division.

Despite these titles, the Chargers had some trouble gaining wins after the loss at the Superbowl in 1994. There have been many changes in the top management and negotiations for players but they found it difficult to come back to their old splendor. In 2013, they have hoped to start off fresh by hiring the Indianapolis Colts’ former vice President of Football Operations as their new General Manager and also hiring Mike McCoy, who was the offensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos, as head coach. With this, they finished the season in 2013 with 9 wins to 7 loses and qualified for the playoffs after 5 years. However, they lost to the Broncos in the playoffs but the new changes seem to have had a positive effect on the Chargers. So let us hope that they will do better this coming season.

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