AP "SAN DIEGO—The San Diego Chargers say enough tickets have been sold to lift the local television blackout of their game Sunday against AFC West rival Oakland.
The Chargers needed a 24-hour extension from the NFL, until 1:05 p.m. Pacific Friday, to sell the remaining tickets to lift the blackout. The usual deadline is 72 hours before kickoff.
This is the 43rd consecutive regular-season or postseason Chargers home game to be televised live in Southern California.
The last regular-season blackout was on Nov. 7, 2004, against the New Orleans Saints. The team record for consecutive games televised live is 44 set from 1979-84."
Jerra's sittin' fat in Big D.
SD- AIN'T HAPPENING
CLE- Doubt it
In the poll, LA is building a stadium.
Who will play in it? There are 7 teams being considered