Stadium toxicity makes way for football as Bolts host Lions (The Associated Press)

And so it begins, what could be the Chargers’ final season in San Diego. Philip Rivers will be throwing passes to Keenan Allen and Stevie Johnson, and Melvin Gordon will be looking for holes behind the ”Mayflower Line” – big enough to drive a moving van though – when the Chargers host the Detroit Lions in a season opener Sunday at aging Qualcomm Stadium, the epicenter for angst among local football fans. For a while, anyway, Rivers, Manti Te’o and Danny Woodhead will take the spotlight away from Dean Spanos, Mark Fabiani and Kevin Faulconer and the rest of the toxic stew that has swamped the city in the push for a new stadium.

from Yahoo Sports



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