The Chargers are only four weeks into their first season of playing in Los Angeles and things already look like a disaster. Not only have TV ratings for the team bombed in the L.A. area, but they've been unable to fill the stadium to capacity for any game this season despite the fact that they play in a building that only seats 27,000 people. And even when fans do show up, none of them are there to cheer for the Chargers. As many Eagles players noted after Philadelphia's 26-24 over the Chargers on Sunday, almost everyone on the visitors' sideline thought it felt like a home game, even though they were playing in a city that's roughly 2,700 miles away from Philly. Here's what it sounded like at the Stubhub Center, which is supposed to be the home of the Chargers.
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CBS Sports | Oct 5