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Chargers Unleashed: 2022 Chargers Schedule Release | Justin Herbert Goes Primetime Times Five – Most In NFL!

In this episode, Jake and Dan discuss the Los Angeles Chargers 2022 Schedule Release. How many primetime games do they have on Monday Night Football and Sunday Night Football? We discuss the Chargers home and Chargers away games, including games against the Chiefs, Colts, Broncos, 49ers, and Rams all on primetime. We discuss some of the Chargers highlights of the season including the Pat Mahomes vs Justin Herbert game, Raiders week one matchup with Khalil Mack, and so much more. Tune in to this live episode! Let’s have some fun, Chargers fans!

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Hosted by Jake Hefner and Dan Wolkenstein from the LAFB Network, Chargers Unleashed is a sports-focused podcast providing Los Angeles Chargers fans, writers, and listeners with news, team and game breakdowns, unique and refreshing perspectives, as well as exclusive special guest episodes with several NFL and Chargers players, HOF announcers, writers, insiders. and NFL Draft prospects. Chargers Unleashed prides itself on providing authentic Chargers coverage as a voice for Chargers fans, and in collaboration with Chargers fans worldwide.

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