2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in AFC West
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6dMike Sando

Re-grading every NFL team's 2017 offseason

Few paid much attention last March when the Minnesota Vikings signed Case Keenum to a one-year contract for $2 million -- but that move became one of the most pivotal of the 2017 season. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.

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10dEric Williams

Chargers to play Titans in London in 2018

The Chargers will make their first trip to London since 2008 and will be the "home" team against the Titans in Week 7 or Week 8.

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10dMotez Bishara

NBA vs. NFL -- Which league does London better?

With the NFL announcing its next slate of games in London just hours before the Boston Celtics faced the Philadelphia 76ers at the O2 Arena, Motez Bishara compares and contrasts the two leagues' approaches, history and legacies in the UK's largest city.

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10dKevin Seifert

Seahawks, Eagles, Titans set for London debuts

On Thursday, the NFL announced its London schedule for 2018, which features three games to be played in consecutive weeks and the U.K. debuts of the Seahawks, Eagles and Titans.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

The NFL announces the Los Angeles Chargers for the first time in a decade will play in London against the Tennessee Titans in Week 7 (Sunday, Oct. 21) or Week 8 (Sunday, Oct. 28) at Wembley Stadium. The contest will be a "home" game for the Chargers, so the Bolts will play nine home games at the StubHub Center in 2018.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers make it official and announce the signing of kicker Robert Aguayo to a reserve/future deal.

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11dEric Williams

Chargers sign former Bucs kicker Aguayo

Roberto Aguayo, who struggled in his only season with the Buccaneers after they made him a second-round pick in 2016, signed a reserve/future contract with the Chargers on Wednesday.

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12dEric Williams

Chargers bringing back Bradley, Whisenhunt

Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will remain with the team on a three year deal, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, and offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt also will return.

Team Stats

Passing Yards276.91st
Rushing Yards99.724th
Points For22.213th
Points Against17.03rd