Antonio Gates scores record 112th touchdown for Los Angeles Chargers

Rams Sean Mannion #14 fumbles the ball on a tackle by Chargers Chris McCain #40 during 2nd quarter action at the Los Angeles Coliseum Saturday

Melvin Gordon scored the Chargers' first touchdown in their new home from 1 yard in the second quarter to cap a 70-yard drive, but both teams struggled to put together sustained scoring marches. The milestone is another remarkable achievement for the 37-year-old Gates, who didn't play college football and entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent.

Fans from San Diego got an opportunity to rip Spanos and company during the preseason because of the small numbers of tickets sold.

One San Diego restaurant is giving out free tacos every time the Chargers lose. Now, he wants the team to go winless, despite what it may cost him. Lopez said customers have to say the secret phrase to the cashier - Spanos Taco - in honor of Chargers owner Dean Spanos.

In case you haven't yet heard, things aren't exactly going well for the Chargers since their controversial move north up the California coast.

It's not entirely bleak for either organization though: The Coliseum and StubHub Center are only temporary homes.

Moreover, there appeared to be plenty of Dolphins fans in attendance as well.

Television ratings have also been low for the Rams, who moved back to Los Angeles last year after 21 seasons in St Louis, and the Chargers, who are in their first season in LA after 60 years in San Diego. El Pollo Grill does have a five star review on TripAdvisor.

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