Since the Chargers moved from San Diego to Los Angeles, Dignity Health Sports Park fans have largely supported or were absent from the away team, and the team was greeted by most fans east of the Mississippi River. When the Steelers anthem – "Renegade" by Styx – boomed in the stadium's speakers, Los Angeles was not happy.
"Chargers Star Runs Back Melvin Gordon told The Los Angeles Times." They started playing their theme music, I do not know what we did – this little soundtrack what they do in their home games. why we played this. "
He added," I do not know what that was, do not do it in our own stadium, it just felt like it was their stadium, I do not understand.
The offensive lineman Forrest Lamp did not appreciate the music either.
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"We're used to not having any fans here "It's a shitty thing when they play their music in the fourth quarter." "We're at home, I do not know who's responsible, but they probably should be fired."
Obviously, it was the kind of Charger, before Ta Send by Steelers fans "Rick Roll" to try to play "Renegade". The fans. The team interrupted "Renegade" and played Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up".
But because "Renegade" was played while the Chargers still went down by a few points, 24-1
The Chargers already had a tough start to the season. Los Angeles starts the year at 2 to 4, after Sunday's game left the Steelers between 24 and 17, against the Tennessee Titans and the others against the Chicago Bears. The team returns home against the Green Bay Packers on November 3rd.