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-SAN DIEGO CHARGERS-

1994

CHARGERS BEAT THE STEELERS IN A NAIL BITTER FOR THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP, LOSE TO THE 49ERS IN THE SUPERBOWL:

July 13 The Chargers open training camp at UCSD.

July 30 The Chargers fell to the Atlanta Falcons, 21-17, in the team’s second appearance in the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio.

Aug. 13 San Diego made its first appearance in an American Bowl game, losing to the New York Giants, 28-20, in Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany. The game concluded the longest road trip in team history, playing two games during the 10-day trip.

Sept. 4 Stanley Richard returns an interception 99 yards for a touchdown to give San Diego a 27-24 lead at halftime on the way to a remarkable, 37-34, come-from-behind win in Denver to open the season.

Sept. 18 Stan Humphries and Tony Martin combined on a 99-yard touchdown completion to tie an NFL record and help defeat the Seahawks in Husky Stadium, 27-10.

Sept. 25 The Chargers defeated the Raiders in Los Angeles, 26-24, on a 33-yard John Carney field goal with two seconds remaining and improved their record to 4-0, the team’s best start since 1980.

Oct. 16 San Diego remained the NFL’s only undefeated team (6-0) by winning on the road in New Orleans, 36-22.

Dec. 18 The Chargers clinched the AFC Western Division title with a 21-6 win over the N.Y. Jets in Giants Stadium.

Jan. 8 The Chargers advanced to the AFC Championship game with a 22-21 victory over the Miami Dolphins in front of a record home crowd of 63,381. San Diego recovered from a 21-6, third- quarter deficit.

Jan. 15 The Chargers advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history with a stunning, 17-13 victory over the heavily-favored Pittsburgh Steelers at Three Rivers Stadium. Linebacker Dennis Gibson knocked down a Neil O’Donnell pass and stopped the Steelers on downs on the Chargers’ three-yard line with 1:04 left in the game. The team returned to San Diego following the game and were greeted by an estimated crowd of 70,000 screaming fans in San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium.

Jan. 29 In Super Bowl XXIX in Miami, Florida, the Chargers suffered a 49-26 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Jan. 30 More than 100,000 San Diegans crowded the streets of downtown San Diego at a post-Super Bowl parade to show support for the Chargers upon their return from Miami.


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