Every reference we could spot in the Chargers’ hilarious anime schedule release video

It’s fair to say the Los Angeles Chargers won the NFL’s schedule release day.

Thursday night marked the NFL’s big schedule announcement night, with many teams participating in some fun shenanigans and tomfoolery. Every year, the schedule release videos get weirder and wackier, and none other than the Chargers one upped everyone by going full anime opening.

Yes, that’s right, the Chargers created a full two-minute anime opening to showcase their schedule for the 2022 NFL season. It’s absolutely as glorious as it sounds, as it’s one of the coolest things we’ve seen from a team’s social media account. Check it out!

Seriously, how cool was that? For those eagle-eyed viewers, you might have noticed there were a lot of references to anime and NFL memes in general. Here are all the references we’ve found in the Chargers incredible anime schedule release video.

Demon Slayer

And a wild Zenitsu reference!

One Piece

Urban Meyer and the Jacksonville Jaguars

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

"Cleveland is boring"

Food Wars!

Mina Kimes

Avatar: The Last Airbender

My Hero Academia

Atlanta Falcons 28-3


Kyler Murray's Instagram

Hilariously this too is a Demon Slayer meme!

Antonio Brown's discarded helmets

Attack on Titan

The Denver Broncos stadium catching fire

And another Food Wars! reference!

One Punch Man

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