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2006 San Diego Chargers Schedule

The 2006 San Diego Chargers schedule produced a record of 14 wins and 2 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they lost to the Patriots. They had regular season wins against the Bills, Bengals, Broncos, Raiders, Cardinals, Browns, Chiefs, Steelers, Rams, Titans, 49ers and Seahawks and losses against the Ravens and Chiefs. View the 2006 Chargers complete schedule game by game.
2006 San Diego Chargers Preseason Schedule
1 Green Bay Packers 3 @ San Diego Chargers 17 Game Stats
2 San Diego Chargers 3 @ Chicago Bears 24 Game Stats
3 Seattle Seahawks 20 @ San Diego Chargers 31 Game Stats
4 San Diego Chargers 14 @ San Francisco 49ers 23 Game Stats
2006 San Diego Chargers Schedule (Record: 14 - 2 - 0)
1 San Diego Chargers 27 @ Oakland Raiders 0 Game Stats
2 Tennessee Titans 7 @ San Diego Chargers 40 Game Stats
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4 San Diego Chargers 13 @ Baltimore Ravens 16 Game Stats
5 Pittsburgh Steelers 13 @ San Diego Chargers 23 Game Stats
6 San Diego Chargers 48 @ San Francisco 49ers 19 Game Stats
7 San Diego Chargers 27 @ Kansas City Chiefs 30 Game Stats
8 St. Louis Rams 24 @ San Diego Chargers 38 Game Stats
9 Cleveland Browns 25 @ San Diego Chargers 32 Game Stats
10 San Diego Chargers 49 @ Cincinnati Bengals 41 Game Stats
11 San Diego Chargers 35 @ Denver Broncos 27 Game Stats
12 Oakland Raiders 14 @ San Diego Chargers 21 Game Stats
13 San Diego Chargers 24 @ Buffalo Bills 21 Game Stats
14 Denver Broncos 20 @ San Diego Chargers 48 Game Stats
15 Kansas City Chiefs 9 @ San Diego Chargers 20 Game Stats
16 San Diego Chargers 20 @ Seattle Seahawks 17 Game Stats
17 Arizona Cardinals 20 @ San Diego Chargers 27 Game Stats
2006 San Diego Chargers Postseason Schedule
AFC Divisional Playoff
New England Patriots 24 @ San Diego Chargers 21 Game Stats
 
 
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