Eddie Royal can appreciate what his last two games have meant to others. Attention on Royal would mean greater opportunity for others on offense. “It’s great right now,” said Royal, who has found the end zone from 1, 6, 11, 15 and 24 yards away. That hope could be materializing entering the Chargers’ matchup Sunday with the Titans. Royal cannot be ignored. Quarterback Philip Rivers walked past a television this week, looked up and, hey, there was Royal, doing an interview on a big network. There was a hope in March 2012, when Royal signed a three-year contract with the Chargers: The veteran might give the team something it didn’t have in a long time, a presence in the slot, someone for whom defenses had to account. On Sunday, Royal had seven receptions on eight targets for 90 yards and a career-high three scores in a 33-30 win over the Eagles.