A game-by-game look at the Chargers’ 2017 season schedule – Orange County Register

Here’s a week-by-week look at the Chargers’ 2017 schedule:

WEEK 1 — Monday, Sept. 11
Chargers at Denver Broncos
7:20 p.m., Sports Authority Field at Mile High, ESPN
Matchup: This is a high-profile matchup that could help the Chargers gain momentum with a new fanbase, especially if they pull off the road victory.
Last meeting: Broncos won 27-19 in Denver, Oct. 30, 2016

WEEK 2 — Sunday, Sept. 17
Chargers vs. Miami Dolphins
1:05 p.m., StubHub Center, CBS
Matchup: The newest (and smallest) NFL stadium will host its first regular-season game.
Last meeting: Dolphins won 31-24 in San Diego, Nov. 13, 2016

WEEK 3 — Sunday, Sept. 24
Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
1:25 p.m., StubHub Center, CBS
Matchup: These teams pushed their 2016 season opener into overtime and could offer the Carson crowd a similarly thrilling matchup this time.
Last meeting: Chiefs won 37-27 in San Diego, Jan. 1, 2017

WEEK 4 — Sunday, Oct. 1
Chargers vs. Philadelphia Eagles
1:05 p.m., StubHub Center, FOX
Matchup: Carson Wentz faded in the back half of his rookie campaign, so this could be a chance for the Chargers to get a win before a tough slate of October road games.
Last meeting: Chargers won 33-30 in Philadelphia, Sept. 15, 2013

WEEK 5 — Sunday, Oct. 8
Chargers at New York Giants
10 a.m., MetLife Stadium, CBS
Matchup: The Giants were second in the NFL with an average attendance of 78,789 in 2016, so this will likely be the largest crowd the Bolts see before the bye.
Last meeting: Chargers won 37-14 in San Diego, Dec. 8, 2013

WEEK 6 — Sunday, Oct. 15
Chargers at Oakland Raiders
1:25 p.m., Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, CBS
Matchup: The Raiders could be a Super Bowl contender if Derek Carr is healthy, but the Chargers did play them to within three points twice last season.
Last meeting: Raiders won 19-16 in San Diego, Dec. 18, 2016

WEEK 7 — Sunday, Oct. 22
Chargers vs. Denver Broncos
1:25 p.m., StubHub Center, CBS
Matchup: This game could be pivotal in the Chargers’ goal to climb out of the cellar of the AFC West, arguably the league’s toughest division.

WEEK 8 — Sunday, Oct. 29
Chargers at New England Patriots
10 a.m., Gillette Stadium, CBS
Matchup: The reigning Super Bowl champs remain one of the most consistent franchises in American professional sports and Tom Brady is especially tough to beat at home.
Last meeting: Patriots won 23-14 in San Diego, Dec. 7, 2014

WEEK 9 — BYE

WEEK 10 — Sunday, Nov. 12
Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars
10 a.m., EverBank Field, CBS
Matchup: New Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley gets a look at his old team, which he coached to a 14-48 record before being fired last December.
Last meeting: Chargers won 38-14 in San Diego, Sept. 18, 2016

WEEK 11 — Sunday, Nov. 19
Chargers vs. Buffalo Bills
1:05 p.m., StubHub Center, FOX
Matchup: Anthony Lynn served as running backs coach, offensive coordinator, and interim head coach in Buffalo, but was passed over for the full-time job. He arguably found himself a better situation in Southern…

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