LA Chargers injury report vs. Raiders on Monday Night Football:
As of right now there are three players on the LA Chargers with injury designations ahead of Monday Night Football. Kenneth Murray was downgraded to out on Sunday after he injured his ankle in practice on Saturday.
Justin Jones has also been ruled out, keeping the run defense hole in the interior defensive line in tact for the Raiders to attack. Chris Harris Jr. has not played in two weeks and is questionable heading into Monday night.
LA Chargers vs Las Vegas Raiders Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick for Monday Night Football:
According to WynnBET, the LA Chargers are 3.5-point favorites (+100) at home against the Las Vegas Raiders. Vegas enters SoFi Stadium as +150 underdogs against the moneyline while the Bolts are -170 favorites. The over/under for the game has been set at 52 points.
This pick is quite easy for me (I am 3-3 on the season) and I am going to go with Chargers -3.5 and under 52.5 points. I think the Chargers win this game by more than 10 points and are able to stop the Raiders when it matters most, forcing field goals instead of allowing touchdowns.
Earlier in the week I predicted a 30-17 win for the Chargers. I am sticking with that score prediction.
What channel is the Chargers game on Week 4?
Since this is Monday Night Football the Chargers will be live on ESPN.
Chargers vs. Raiders live stream:
If you are not home to watch the game you can download the ESPN app and watch the game live on your phone by logging in with your television provider. Unfortunately, an ESPN+ subscription does not allow you to watch the game.
FuboTV is offering a seven-day free trial to new users and you can use your FuboTV log-in to watch the game on the ESPN app... or you can just watch it on the FuboTV app.
Chargers next game and schedule:
The LA Chargers have two tough games following this Monday Night Football battle so it is important to get the W in this one. The team hosts the Cleveland Browns on Sunday and then is on the road to take on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6.
The Chargers have an early bye week this year and take it in Week 7. If the Bolts can somehow win out and enter the bye with a 5-1 record that would be remarkable. Even a 4-2 record in the toughest part of the team's schedule would be a win.