Chargers vs Chiefs odds, time, location, streaming and more: Everything fans need to know

Kansas City Chiefs v Los Angeles Chargers
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The LA Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs square off for the first time this season in Week 7. The 2023 season has treated these two teams much differently as the Chiefs are once against atop the AFC while the Chargers are one of just a few AFC teams that are under .500 after losing to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football.

If there was ever a kitchen sink game for the Chargers it would be in Week 7 against the Chiefs. A loss doesn't drastically change the Chiefs' future while a loss for the Chargers could put the team in too big of a hole to dig out of.

Regardless of the outcome, there is one thing that is certain: it is going to be an entertaining game and it will be close. These two teams have turned in countless close battles and the first matchup of 2023 should be no different. Here is everything that fans need to know.

Chargers vs Chiefs odds:

The Chiefs are currently 5.5-point favorites at home over the Chargers in this game. Kansas City is a -235 money line favorite while the Chargers are a +194 money line underdog. The point total for the game has been set at 47.5, which is the second-highest point total for the entire week.

Chargers vs Chiefs game time:

Surprisingly, the NFL opted to not put this matchup on primetime, instead giving the Chargers a Sunday Night Football game against the Chicago Bears in Week 8. As a result, this game will be part of the late slate on Sunday with kickoff scheduled for 1:25 p.m. PT. It is one of four late-slate games with two kicking off at 1:05 p.m. PT.

Chargers vs Chiefs weather:

This game is taking place at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City and the weather forecast currently looks favorable. The high on Sunday is forecast to be 69 degrees with partly cloudy conditions. There is a 10% chance of precipitation with 10 MPH winds on the forecast.

How to watch Chargers vs Chiefs:

This game will be broadcast on CBS and will have Jim Nance and Tony Romo on the call. Fans in the local market will be able to watch on CBS or on Paramount+, which streams all in-market CBS games throughout the season.

Out-of-market fans will need to utilize YouTube TV, who are the new providers of NFL Sunday Ticket.


Odds update periodically and are subject to change.