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Although the NFL has existed as early as the 1920s, the league that we have today is not the same one as they had before. The NFL we now have is actually a merger of the original NFL with its rival league, the American Football League or AFL. This merger set up the foundation for one of the greatest sports leagues in the world, with each original league making up one division of the new NFL. For each division, teams play to a championship game, and the two division champions play in what is known as the Super Bowl. Since its beginning, the Super Bowl games have consistently been the most viewed event on television in every given year.

There are further divisions with which each NFL division is further broken. The small divisional structure both allows for a strong playoff structure as well as the creation of great divisional rivalries which help boost ticket sales and TV viewership. The two divisions are known as the NFC and the AFC. The subdivisions for each are broken down into North, South, East, and West sub-divisions.

The reason for the NFL schedule season creation is so that the teams play the most divisional games. There are more games played within the overall division they belong to, either the AFC or the NFC. Each season, teams play a few cross divisional games. This ensures that every season brings an exciting new mix of games for everyone’s favorite teams to play. The Chargers/Raiders rivalry in the AFC West, the Cowboys/Redskins in the NFC east, or the AFC championship rivalry that emerged in this decade between the Colts and the Patriots, are the great rivalries that have been created within the individual decision as part of the reasons for the game’s popularity.

The San Diego (now LA) Chargers started in the American football League in 1960. Ladainian Tomlinson, Charlie Joiner, Marion Butts, Dan Fouts, Philip Rivers, and Lance Alworth, are the great players the Raiders had over the years. There were great years and great success that the team has put together over the years.

Here is a look at some things that you probably didn’t don’t about the San Diego (now LA) Chargers.

From 1979 through 1981, at a time when no quarterback in history had put together back to back 4000 yard passing seasons, Chargers great Dan Fouts strung together three straight 4000 yard seasons.

During the Chargers first year in professional football, they played as the Los Angeles Chargers. The team relocated to San Diego the following year in 1961. A return of the Chargers to Los Angeles was announced for the 2017 season.

In 1992, the Chargers were the first NFL team to start the season 0-4 and still make the playoffs.

The last player left in the NFL who had also played in the AFL was Charlie Joiner, the Chargers great who retired in 1986.

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