|1987 San Diego Chargers season|
|Head Coach||Al Saunders|
|Home Field||Jack Murphy Stadium|
|Place||3rd AFC West|
|Playoff Finish||did not qualify|
|Previous season||Next season|
The 1987 San Diego Chargers season began with the team trying to improve on their 4–12 record in 1986. The strike of 1987 reduced the regular season schedule from sixteen to fifteen games. Their stadium, Qualcomm Stadium, hosted Super Bowl XXII at the end of the season.
The Chargers famously started the season 8–1, before losing the final six games of the season, missing the playoffs. All but one of their final six losses came to teams that would go on to make the postseason in 1987.
|1||September 13, 1987||at Kansas City Chiefs||L 20–13|| |
|2||September 20, 1987||St. Louis Cardinals||W 28–24|| |
|–||September 27, 1987||Seattle Seahawks||canceled|
|3||October 4, 1987||at Cincinnati Bengals||W 10–9|| |
|4||October 11, 1987||at Tampa Bay Buccaneers||W 17–13|| |
|5||October 18, 1987||at Los Angeles Raiders||W 23–17|| |
|6||October 25, 1987||Kansas City Chiefs||W 42–21|| |
|7||November 1, 1987||Cleveland Browns||W 27–24|| |
|8||November 8, 1987||at Indianapolis Colts||W 16–13|| |
|9||November 15, 1987||Los Angeles Raiders||W 16–14|| |
|10||November 22, 1987||at Seattle Seahawks||L 34–3|| |
|11||November 29, 1987||Denver Broncos||L 31–17|| |
|12||December 6, 1987||at Houston Oilers||L 33–18|| |
|13||December 13, 1987||Pittsburgh Steelers||L 20–16|| |
|14||December 20, 1987||Indianapolis Colts||L 20–7|| |
|15||December 27, 1987||at Denver Broncos||L 24–0|| |
|San Diego Chargers||8||7||0||.533||253||317|
|Los Angeles Raiders||5||10||0||.333||301||289|
|Kansas City Chiefs||4||11||0||.267||273||388|
- ↑ (PDF) 2010 NFL Record and Fact Book. National Football League. p. 382. http://www.nfl.info/download/2010%20NFL%20Record%20and%20Fact%20Book.pdf. Retrieved July 29, 2011.
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