The LA Chargers are coming off of a Week 5 bye while the Dallas Cowboys are coming off of a Week 5 that they would love to forget. With the Chargers at 2-2 and the Cowboys at 3-2, this Week 6 matchup could either be a launching pad or the start of a downfall for both teams.
These two teams are tied together by Kellen Moore, who left the Cowboys this offseason and was hired by the Chargers. With Dallas' offense struggling and the Chargers' offensive thriving, it has added a compelling wrinkle to this matchup.
There are going to be a lot of eyes on this one as it could be the most entertaining game of the young 2023 season. Here is everything you need to know ahead of this must-see matchup.
Chargers vs Cowboys game time:
The Chargers and Cowboys are squaring off on Monday Night Football with kick-off scheduled for 5:15 p.m. PT. This is actually the first time that the Chargers and Cowboys will ever play each other on Monday Night Football.
Chargers vs Cowboys location:
The Chargers are at home so this game will take place at SoFi Stadium. However, with a traveling Cowboys fanbase, it might look more like AT&T Stadium at times on Monday night.
Chargers vs Cowboys odds:
The Cowboys have opened as road favorites over the Chargers. FanDuel Sportsbook has the Cowboys at 2.5-point favorites. The Chargers are +108 moneyline favorites and the over/under for the game has been set at 50.5 points.
Odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
How to watch Chargers vs Cowboys:
Since it is Monday Night Football, this game will be broadcast live on ESPN. ESPN+ subscriptions will not give someone access to Monday Night Football, as users still need to sign into their cable provider on the ESPN app to watch Monday Night Football.
Those who want to stream the game can turn to our friends at Fubo, who are offering a seven-day free trial for new users.
Chargers vs Cowboys series history:
The Chargers and Cowboys have played 12 times with the Cowboys leading the all-time series 7-5. Dallas won the last matchup between these two teams, defeating the Chargers 20-17 in 2021.
While Dallas has dominated the all-time matchup and also won the last game between the two teams, the Bolts have been better in recent years. Since 2000 the Chargers are 4-2 against America's team.