Chargers Trying To Sell Tickets To Division Rivals

General view of the scoreboard at Qualcomm Stadium. (Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE)

Aside from the Broncos winning, there’s nothing better than hearing about the demise of one of our AFC West rivals.

Can you believe that the San Diego Chargers are so desperate to sell tickets at Qualcomm Stadium that they are inviting fans of division rivals out to their stadium in San Diego?

Fansided’s Kansas CIty Chiefs blog, Arrowhead Addict, received an email from the Chargers last week.

I got the below graphic, complete with an invitation for the “Arrowhead Addict’s” to come on down to San Diego on November 1st for the Chiefs/Chargers Thursday Night Football smackdown. Apparently, the Chargers would rather invite fans of the opposing team to come to the stadium rather than face the shame of being blacked out on a night they are playing a nationally televised game. - Patrick Allen (Arrowhead Addict) 

To read about the story in more detail, head over to Arrowhead Addict.

You can be assured that the Broncos would never do something like that. The team has sold out all home games for 43 straight years. To be more about the streak, go here. It’s just more proof that we have the best fans in the league.

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Topics: Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers

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