Fans at Raiders vs. Chargers Game Brawl, Entire Section Arrested

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJanuary 3, 2013

Photo Credit: Busted Coverage
Photo Credit: Busted CoverageDavid Paul Morris/Getty Images

Not sure what Chargers or Raiders fans had to cheer about recently, but a bunch of them at the final game of the regular season were arrested and kicked out.

A grand tip of the hat to Busted Coverage, which has a video of an enormous brawl and the section in Qualcomm Stadium that resembled more of a ghost town right after. 

It all goes down like many things involving Raiders fans, in an epic brawl. This one has some Chargers violence and some NSFW language peppered in as well. 

Next, there is the aftermath of the brawl, which is a much more serene environment of comfortable seats up in the nosebleeds. 

A man could really stretch out and watch two very mediocre football teams up there. 

In case you were wondering where this specifically all went down, Busted Coverage hooks us up with an image of the stadium with the section in question highlighted. 

Yes, this makes perfect sense, fans. While your two teams underachieve on the field, you all get worked up far more than you should with rival fans, so much so that you get arrested. 

Let bygones be bygones and realize both your teams are horrible and meet at the concession stand for a friendly hot dog or three. 

It's far less expensive than bail. 

The Chargers went on to win the game, but more so because one team had to lose. 

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