“This is the time of year where we lay a foundation for the season ahead, and the schedule release helps bring everything that much more into focus,” said Chargers coach Anthony Lynn. “You always have goals, but now we really know what we’re looking at as a team, as a coaching staff, and as an organization. From opening in the division on Monday Night Football at Denver to closing the season at home against a rival like Oakland, and everything in between, we now know the challenges that lie ahead. I know our organization will be ready to embrace those challenges.”
Los Angeles kicks off their schedule at Denver on Monday Night Football (Sept. 11).