They can’t say they weren’t warned.
The Chargers represented Los Angeles in a regular-season home game for the first time in 57 years Sunday, yet the grand homecoming occurred in front of scattered empty seats amid various empty moments.
The Chargers played a team from the other side of the country, yet at least half of the fans at StubHub Center were cheering for the Miami Dolphins.
The Spanos family that brought the team here from San Diego was publicly thanked during LaDainian Tomlinson’s brief but emotional halftime speech, and the place erupted in boos.
Twice referee Tony Corrente referred to the Chargers by the wrong home — “Timeout San Diego … excuse me, Los...