Los Angeles Chargers Playoff History

Last Modified May 31, 2024 12:41 GMT
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The Los Angeles Chargers are an American football team in the NFL that is based in the Greater Los Angeles area, and they are one of the most famous teams in the NFL. The Franchise was founded in 1959 and is owned by Dean Spanos currently. They play their home games at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The Los Angeles Chargers have a playoff record of 12 wins and 19 losses. Let us take a look at the history of playoff appearances by the Los Angeles Chargers


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Los Angeles Chargers Playoff Appearances by Year

1960 -Lost the AFL Championship to the Houston Oilers (16-24)

1961 -Lost the AFL Championship to the Houston Oilers (3-10)

1963 -Won the AFL Championship to the New England Patriots (51-10)

1964 -Lost the AFL Championship to the Buffalo Bills (7-20)

1965 -Lost the AFL Championship to the Buffalo Bills (0-23)

1979 -Lost the Divisional Playoff to the Houston Oilers (14-17)

1980 -Lost the AFC Championship to the Oakland Raiders (14-34)

1981 -Lost the AFC Championship to the Cincinnati Bengals (14-34)

1982 -Lost Second Round Playoffs to the Miami Dolphins (13-34)

1992 -Lost the Divisional Playoff to the Miami Dolphins (0-31)

1994 -Lost the Super Bowl to the San Francisco 49ers (26-49)

1995 -Lost the Wildcard Playoffs to the Indianapolis Colts (20-35)

2004 -Lost the Wildcard Playoffs to the New York Jets (17-20)

2006 -Won the Divisional Playoffs to the New England Patriots (21-24)

2007 -Lost the AFC Championship to the New England Patriots (12-21)

2008 -Lost the Divisional Playoff to the Pittsburgh Steelers (24-35)

2009 -Lost the Divisional Playoff to the New York Jets (14-17)

2013 -Lost the Divisional Playoff to the Denver Broncos (17-24)

2018 -Lost the Divisional Playoff to the New England Patriots (28-41)

2022 -Lost the Wildcard Playoffs to the Jacksonville Jaguars (31-31)


How many playoff games has the Los Angeles Chargers reached with Junior Seau?



Junior Seau is one of the greatest players who have played for the Los Angeles Chargers and is considered one of the best linebackers in the NFL. Junior Seau played from 1990 to 2002 with the Los Angeles Chargers and reached one Super Bowl with them. Junior Seau has played a total of 6 playoff games, including one Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Chargers.


How many playoff games has the Los Angeles Chargers reached with Philip Rivers, LaDainian Tomlinson, and Antonio Gates?

Philip Rivers (quarterback), LaDainian Tomlinson (running back), and Antonio Gates (tight end) played together in the Chargers' playoff runs from 2004 to 2009. They played a total of 6 playoff games during that time for the Los Angeles Chargers. They led the team to two AFC championship games in 2006 and 2007.


Playoff Games Won by the Los Angeles Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers have a playoff record of 12 wins and 19 losses.

Wins in Wild Card rounds- 6 wins in 9 games

Wins in Divisional rounds- 4 wins in 12 games

Conference Championship wins- 1 win in 4 games

League Championship wins (pre-1970 AFL-NFL merger- 1 win in 5 games

Super Bowl - 0 wins in 1 game


Los Angeles Chargers Championships and Rings Won

Los Angeles Chargers Playoff History
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The Los Angeles Chargers have won 1 championship ring. They have won one AFL championship (pre-1970 AFL-NFL merger).


1963 (Los Angeles Chargers vs. New England Patriots)


Los Angeles Chargers Playoff Stats

Total Playoff Games Played: 31

Overall Playoff Record (Wins-Losses): 12-19

Total Super Bowls Won: 0 (1 Appearances)

Passing Leader of All-time: Philip Rivers 4,908/7,591, 59,271 yds, 397 TD

Rushing Leader of All-time: LaDainian Tomlinson 2,880 att, 12,490 yds, 138 TD

Receiving Leader of All-time: Antonio Gates 955 rec, 11,841 yds, 116 TD

Scoring Leader of All-time: John Carney, 1,076 points

AV Leader: Philip Rivers 205 AV

Coach with most wins: Sid Gillman, 86-53-6


Los Angeles Chargers Super Bowl Stats

Total Super Bowl Appearances: 1

Super Bowls Won: 0




FAQs

A. Junior Seau has played a total of 6 playoff games, including one Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Chargers.

A. The Los Angeles Chargers have a playoff record of 12 wins and 19 losses. 

A. The Los Angeles Chargers have never won any Super Bowls.

A. They play their home games at SoFi Stadium.

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