LA Chargers injury report vs. Dallas Cowboys Week 2:
After being relatively healthy in Week 1 of the 2021 season the LA Chargers are going to have to overcome some injuries in Week 2. Bryan Bulaga was placed on the IR earlier in the week and will have to miss at least three games. Storm Norton is taking over at right tackle.
Chris Harris was already ruled out earlier in the week while Justin Jones is listed as doubtful and Nasir Adderley is listed as questionable but is expected to play, according to Brandon Staley.
Meanwhile, Dallas is dealing with a slew of injuries. DeMarcus Lawrence is out as he had surgery earlier this week on his foot. Safety Donovan Wilson is out, tackle Ty Nsekhe is out and Damontae Kazee is quesitonable.
Starting right tackle La'el Collins is not playing as he is suspended, Michael Gallup is not playing as he is on the IR and there is a chance that Randy Gregory does not play as he is currently on the reserve/covid-19 list.
LA Chargers vs Dallas Cowboys Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 2
According to WynnBET's Week 2 odds, the LA Chargers are -3 at home (-110) while the over/under is set at 55 points. The Bolts are -160 favorites outright on the moneyline while Dallas is a +135 underdog on the moneyline.
This is going to be an offensive showcase and with the Chargers' defense being more talented, we are predicting the Chargers to cover -3 and to aid in the over. A score in the ballpark of 34-28 seems right.
What Channel is the Chargers-Cowboys Game On Week 2
While Dallas is known for typically playing on FOX as an NFC team, the Chargers are the home team and the game will be aired on CBS. Kick off is slated for 1:25 p.m. PST.
LA Chargers vs Dallas Cowboys live stream
The Chargers' Week 2 contest can be streamed live on Fubo TV. New users can sign up for a seven-day free trial.
Chargers next game and schedule:
The Chargers have a tough game in Week 3 as they will be back on the road to take on the Kansas City Chiefs. Overall, the Bolts have a tough slate of games as they take on the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 4, the Cleveland Browns in Week 5 and the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6.
The LA Chargers have the talent to win all of those games but that is not realistic in the NFL. Starting 2-0 will allow the team a cushion to split those four tough games and still be in a good spot at 4-2.