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San Diego Chargers Face Super Bowl Champs In First Home Game Of 2014 Regular Season

Above: Philip Rivers silenced a lot of his critics from 2012 with a Pro Bowl year in 2013.

2014 San Diego Chargers Schedule

The schedule is as follows:

Sept. 8 @ Arizona Cardinals

*Sept. 14 vs Seattle Seahawks

Sept. 21 @ Buffalo Bills

*Sept. 28 vs Jacksonville Jaguars

*Oct. 5 vs New York Jets

Oct. 12 @ Oakland Raiders

*Oct. 19 vs Kansas City Chiefs

Oct. 23 @ Denver Broncos

Nov. 2 @ Miami Dolphins

*Nov. 16 vs Oakland Raiders

*Nov. 23 vs St. Louis Rams

Nov. 30 @ Baltimore Ravens

*Dec. 7 vs New England Patriots

*Dec. 14 vs Denver Broncos

Dec. 20 @ San Francisco 49ers

Dec. 28 @ Kansas City Chiefs

*Denotes home game.

Break out the drinks, fatty foods, and bring your game face — the San Diego Chargers released their complete 2014 season schedule Wednesday.

The Chargers will host the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 14. This is the first time the Chargers have played the Seahawks in regulation since 2010 where they won 27-20 at Qualcomm. Since 2000, the Chargers are 6-1 against the Seahawks.

The Chargers will also see the AFC champion Denver Broncos, who knocked the Chargers out of the playoffs, 24-17. The Chargers also lost both regular season match-ups to the Broncos.

The Bolts also see the San Francisco 49ers at Levi Stadium for the first time during the regular season since 2010, where they won 34-7. That game is scheduled for Dec. 20.

The Chargers will also make the trip to Baltimore where San Diego will face the 2012 Super Bowl champion Ravens. The last time the Bolts saw the Ravens was 2012, when the Ravens won the Super Bowl. The Chargers lost 16-13 in overtime.

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