If anyone in Southern California wants to see an underrated matchup between the Panthers and the Chargers on Sunday, which will feature the return of former Chargers defensive coordinator Ron Rivera and the debut of Cam Newton, plenty of good seats remain available.
Which is a good thing, because the game won’t be televised.
The Chargers have announced that, with more than 11,000 general-admission tickets remaining, the game has been blacked out. It’s become a trend for the Chargers, who have seen the majority of their home games not sold out this year.
And they still have one more, on December 30 against the Raiders.
They’d better hope Groupon works better next time.