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[SPORT TV-] Chargers vs Vikings live watch 24 September 2023

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An impressive performance from the starters in this game will help the head coaches rest a little easier. Here is everything you need to know about the matchup. Where: Mall of America Field, Minneapolis, Minn. When: Friday, August 24, 8 p. m. ETWatch: CBS KFMB (San Diego), NBC KARE (Minnesota) Listen: NFL Audio Pass, FM 105. 3 and Sirius 139 (San Diego), FM 100. 3 and Sirius 113 (Minnesota)Betting Line: Minnesota Vikings -3 (courtesy of Bovada)What’s At Stake? The importance of the game itself is negligible, but the internal battles between players fighting for a roster spot are the story of every preseason game. Many players who see the field during these exhibition games are trying to make the team the hard way—by blocking, tackling and making plays on special teams. Chargers vs. Vikings: TV Schedule, Live Stream, Radio, Game Time and MoreJeff Gross/Getty ImagesWhile it is difficult to learn anything concrete about a team during the preseason, the third game is usually when teams leave their starters on the field for a few extra series and try to show their true potential. The Chargers are 2-0 in their first two exhibition outings, and the Vikings are 1-1. Both teams have talent, and both have many questions to answer heading into the regular season. Chargers vs. Vikings Injury Report — Week 3 8 hours ago — When: Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 1:00 PM ET · Where: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota · TV Info: FOX · Live Stream: Watch this game ... Vikings vs. Chargers Promo Codes, Predictions & Picks 14 hours ago — Watch Chargers vs Vikings on Fubo! Sportsbook Promo Codes. Sportsbook, Promo Code, Offer. BetMGM, GNPLAY1 · First Bet Offer: Up to $1500 ... Teams generally have a difficult time reaching the playoffs with a 0-2 start to the season, but a 0-3 start makes it almost impossible. Only six teams since the 1979 season have rebounded from a 0-3 start to advance to the postseason. The Chargers haven’t started 0-3 since they went 0-4 to begin the 2017 season before rebounding for a 9-7 record in Anthony Lynn’s first season as coach. They missed the playoffs, by the way. Who’s better: It’s hard to say who’s had the tougher start to the season. The Chargers didn’t play anything close to a complete game in their losses to the Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans. With it being the third preseason game, there is a chance that the starters could see more of the field, and the guys lower on the depth chart will have less opportunities to stand out. WR Vincent Brown—Ankle—OUTWR Eddie Royal—Leg, Groin—QSTRB Ryan Mathews—Shoulder—OUTWR Robert Meachem—KNEE—PRB for season openerDB Chris Cook—Head—QSTDL Letroy Guion—Knee—QSTTE Kyle Rudolph—Head—QSTWR Greg Childs—Knees—OUTTE John Carlson—Knee—OUTWhat They’re SayingIt is no secret that the Vikings’ success this season depends heavily on the health of Adrian Peterson, who had surgery late last season to repair an ACL tear. The Vikings weren’t a whole lot better in losses to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Philadelphia Eagles. The Chargers’ defense is ranked 30th in points given up in the 32-team NFL, and is last in yards allowed. Matchup to watch: Can the Chargers run effectively if Austin Ekeler is sidelined for a second consecutive game by an ankle injury? With him in the backfield, the Chargers rushed for more than 200 yards against the Dolphins. Without him, they couldn’t top 75 yards against the Titans. It’s critical that they balance their potentially explosive passing attack with an effective rushing game. Chargers win if: The Chargers must play at a consistently higher level. Their lapses have been mammoth, undermining some positive developments offensively and defensively. Their special teams operation has run smoothly. The biggest thing holding the Chargers back has been their inability to fully contain opposing offenses, especially in giving up huge chunks of yardage. Fantasy sleeper: It’s not as if wide receiver Keenan Allen isn’t an obvious target for quarterback Justin Herbert, but he seemed to be even more so when the Chargers were in the red zone last Sunday against the Titans. Allen caught two touchdown passes from Herbert in a 27-24 overtime loss. There’s every reason to believe Herbert will target Allen again Sunday against the Vikings. Chargers at Minnesota Vikings: Who has the edge? CHARGERS (0-2) at VIKINGS (0-2) When: 10 a. m. Sunday Where: U. S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis TV/Radio: Ch. 11; 98. 7 FM; 105. 5 FM/94. 3 FM (Spanish) Line: Vikings by 1½ Notable injury designations: Chargers: OLB Joey Bosa (questionable, hamstring), RB Austin Ekeler (out, ankle), LB Daiyan Henley (questionable, hamstring), DL Christopher Hinton (questionable, back), LB Eric Kendricks (out, hamstring), OLB Chris Rumph II (questionable, hamstring). Vikings: C Garrett Bradbury (questionable, back), OLB Marcus Davenport (out, ankle). What’s at stake: Neither team wanted to start the season with a 0-2 record, but here they are, each trying to avoid the dreaded 0-3 mark. Chargers VS Vikings ᴴᴰ LIVE STREAMING Chargers VS Vikings ᴴᴰ Watch here ⏩ The Los Angeles Chargers team has a game vs. Minnesota Vikings team on Monday, ...




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