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The 2020 regular season has officially been released and there is plenty of reason to feel optimistic for our Los Angeles Chargers.

The Bolts will presumably begin the season with Tyrod Taylor under center for the debut against the Cincinnati Bengals.

A lot of fans are probably drooling over the idea of a potential first-round quarterback showdown in Justin Herbert vs. Joe Burrow, but that seems unlikely since Herbert has already been reported by the coaching staff as a work in progress.


The Chargers 2020 regular season opponents combined regular-season record from 2019 is 100-104, that winning percentage is roughly .490.

This stands below even (.500), and includes teams like Miami and Cincinnati whom both finished in the bottom five last season.


Nonetheless, there are also some juggernauts on this year’s agenda. The Chargers will have to face the defending champions in Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium and Sofi Stadium, the New Orleans Saints, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who recently brought in Tom Brady.


How the Bolts will perform with this in front of them is something Chargers fans will be anxious to see, but for now, every NFL across the globe are all hoping for the same thing and that’s for football (and sports as a whole) to resume.

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