The Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers wrap up the Week 4 slate tonight on Monday Night Football. Here is how to watch online.
The Las Vegas Raiders will look to move their record to 4-0 on Monday night, as they take on division rival Los Angeles inside SoFi Stadium. The Chargers have also gotten out to a hot start this season, going 2-1 in the early going, a mark that includes a strong road win against Kansas City in Week 3.
It will be a battle between two of the top quarterbacks in the NFL as well, with Derek Carr and Justin Herbert out to blazing starts. Both defenses have been better than advertised in 2021, and each team has solid weapons on the offensive side of the ball, so expect an exciting matchup in this one.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN, but if you cannot get in front of a television, FuboTV has the hook up in Week 4, and beyond.
Here is how you can catch the Raiders online:
Who: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers
When: Monday, October 4, 2021
Time: 5:15pm PT, 8:15pm ET
Where: SoFi Stadium
Television Station: ESPN
Live Stream: FuboTV
The big question surrounding the Raiders this week has been whether or not star running back Josh Jacobs will go in this one, as he goes into gametime with a questionable designation. The Raiders may want to dress all four of their running backs if he is a go, as Peyton Barber played well last week, and Jalen Richard was designated for a return from IR this week.
Keeping it on the ground, and keeping Herbert off the field while controlling the clock will be huge for the Silver and Black in this one. But as we have seen with Carr this season, he can fill it up through the air as well.
The Las Vegas Raiders travel to Los Angeles and take on the Los Angeles Chargers led by Justin Herbert and new Head Coach Brandon Staley.
This has all the makings of what should be another outstanding game between these two franchises, as they look to continue to make their trek towards the playoffs. The AFC West looks to be one of the best divisions in all of football this season, and the Raiders are in a position to take sole possession of it tonight.