San Diego Chargers

The San Diego Chargers are members of the Western Division, AFC in the NFL. The Chargers played their first season with their club headquarters in Los Angeles. 1961, and the Chargers had moved to San Diego. Before joining the NFL in the Merger deal, they won one AFL championship title, Reached the AFL Playoffs five times, and the AFL Championship four times. The Chargers also hold a record for coming from behind. They are the only team to start a season 0-4 and make the playoffs. Antoher instance of being four games behind is when they made it to the playoffs with a record of 4-8. Boltman was been called both the oddest and one of the coolest mascot costumes in the NFL. A musclebound weight-lifter with a lightning bolt head...It's original anyway.

Location-San Diego, California
Claim to Fame-The Chargers are the only team to start a season 0-4 and make the playoffs, and the only team to start a season 4-8 and make the playoffs.
Fast Fact-The Chargers are also well-known for their infamous disco theme song, "San Diego Super Chargers." The theme song was recorded in 1978 at the height of the team's success with Air Coryell, and has a distinctly "disco" sound. Despite complaints that the theme song is extremely dated, the team still proudly plays this song at home games