The Chargers released their official schedule for the 2020 regular season Thursday evening, highlighted by two primetime games against the New Orleans Saints on Monday night and a Thursday night contest at the Raiders in their new stadium.
Week 1 - @ Cincinnati Bengals
Week 2 - Kansas City Chiefs
Week 3 - Carolina Panthers
Week 4 - @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 5 - @ New Orleans Saints (MNF)
Week 6 - New York Jets
Week 7 - @ Miami Dolphins
Week 8 - Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 9 - Las Vegas Raiders
Week 10 - Bye
Week 11 - @ Denver Broncos
Week 12 - @ Buffalo Bills
Week 13 - New England Patriots
Week 14 - Atlanta Falcons
Week 15 - @ Las Vegas Raiders (TNF)
Week 16 - Denver Broncos
Week 17 - @ Kansas City Chiefs
The Chargers lucked out and received a bye week right near the middle of the season.
The season kicks off with a trip to Cincinnati in a potential match-up between 2020 first-round quarterbacks in Joe Burrow and Justin Herbert. Chargers will face the Chiefs in their first divisional tilt at home in week two. The week four matchup against the Bucs at Raymond James Stadium will be another huge test of this team’s secondary and should be some must-watch football.
In October, the Chargers will take a trip to Miami and face the second quarterback that was selected before Herbert in Tua Tagovailoa. It also won’t be until after the bye that the Bolts will get to face Denver and compete against their former running back, Melvin Gordon.
The Chargers will end the 2020 season with three-straight games against AFC West opponents.
What will the Chargers record be in 2020?
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6-11 or worse
11-5 or better