Los Angeles Chargers Betting Odds for 2020
- Total Wins Over/Under 7.5
- Conference Odds 20-1
- Super Bowl Odds 40-1
The franchise began on August 4, 1959 in Los Angeles as a charter member of the American Football League. The team moved to San Diego in 1961 and was named the Chargers. The team stayed there until they announced in 2017 the move back to Los Angeles.
They have previously played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum during their first stint in Los Angeles, Balboa Stadium and Qualcomm Stadium while in San Diego and Dignity Health Sports Park, formerly named StubHub Center, from 2017 to 2019 while SoFi Stadium was under construction.
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Front Office Personnel
- Owner – Alex A Spanos
- Owner and Chairman – Dean A. Spanos
- Vice Chairman- Michael Spanos
- Head Coach – Anthony Lynn
In the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Lance Alworth Wide Receiver
- Ron Mix Tackle
- Sid Gillman Coach
- Dan Fouts Quarterback
- Kellen Winslow Tight End
- Charlie Joiner Wide Receiver
- Fred Dean Defensive End
- Junior Seau Linebacker
- ian Tomlinson Running Back
- Bobby Beathard General Manager
Los Angeles Chargers Betting- Looking at the Numbers
Philip Rivers is gone. Tyrod Taylor takes over as quarterback. There isn’t much star power on the roster for the Chargers. The Chargers have an easy start to the season against teams such as Cincinnati, Carolina, the Jets, Miami, and Jacksonville where they could start 5-3.
With two winnable games against Las Vegas, as well as a game against Atlanta, the Chargers could be right in the thick of the playoff hunt.
Regular Season Schedule