Which channel is the Chargers vs. Raiders Sunday Night tonight?

Who will face each other in the last game of the regular season? Sunday night football action in Week 18 sees the Los Angeles Chargers travel to Sin City tonight to take on the Las Vegas Raiders in a playoff win-win scenario. The Chargers have done well at times this season, but can they prove it in this essential game tonight? Continue reading below for more information on the start time, channel and live stream options for Sunday Night Football, as well as a preview and prediction for the match.

  • Channel: CNB
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
  • Sunday Night Football Live Stream:
    • NBC Sports app
    • Hulu Live TV
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV
    • Locast (some markets)
    • AT&T TV
    • NFL mobile app

Divisional revenges are always fun and even better when there’s a playoff spot on the line. These two teams faced off in Week 4, where the Chargers claimed a 28-14 victory. Since then, Los Angeles has only improved in many areas on the pitch. Not only are they healthier, but they’ve started to shake things up in defense.

Quarterback Justin Herbert is improving every week and has an excellent receiving line in Keenan Allen, Mike Williams and Jalen Guyton. RB Austin Ekeler is in good health and full systems go for Week 18. The Chargers are a team many top AFC teams are hoping to avoid on the Wild Card weekend, given their ability to activate it. at any time. Lows can be bad, but highs are exhilarating.

The Raiders’ season has been a roller coaster of emotions. A lot has happened, from the sudden and surprising dismissal of head coach Jon Gruden to multiple incidents of questionable behavior off the field of players.

Still, it’s week 18 to see if the Raiders can advance to the playoffs. The players on this team are to be applauded for continuing as everything around the organization seemed to fall apart.

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Quarterback Derek Carr has performed well this year and played his team in five wins to put the Raiders in that position. Carr, however, didn’t perform well in the first clash against the Chargers, and he will need to improve to help the surprising Las Vegas run.

It will be a very close and competitive game against two teams who are desperate to try the Lombardi Trophy. That said, the Raiders will fail as Herbert has this offense that shoots all cylinders.

  • Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams – September 12
  • Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens – September 19
    • Final: Ravens 36, Chefs 35
  • Green Bay Packers to San Francisco 49ers – September 26
    • Final: Packers 30, 49ers 28


  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New England Patriots – October 3
    • Final: Boucaniers 19, Patriotes 17
  • Buffalo Bills to the Kansas City Chiefs – October 10
    • Final: Bills 38, Chiefs 20
  • Seattle Seahawks vs. Pittsburgh Steelers – October 17
    • Final: Steelers 23, Seahawks 20 (OT)
  • Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers – October 24
    • Final: Colts 30, 49ers 18
  • Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings – October 31
    • Final: Cowboys 20, Vikings 16


  • Tennessee Titans at Los Angeles Rams – November 7
    • Final: Titans 28, Rams 16
  • Kansas City Chiefs to Las Vegas Raiders – November 14
    • Final: Chiefs 41, Raiders 14
  • Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Chargers – 21 November
    • Final: Chargers 41, Steelers 37
  • Cleveland Browns at the Baltimore Ravens – November 28
    • Final: Ravens 16, Browns 10


  • Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs – December 5
    • Final: Chiefs 22, Broncos 9
  • Chicago Bears in Green Bay Packers – December 12
    • Final: Packers 45, Bears 30
  • New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – December 19
    • Final: Saints 9, Boucaniers 0
  • Dallas Cowboys Washington football team – December 26
    • Final: Cowboys 56, Washington 14


  • Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers – January 2
    • Final: Packers 37, Vikings 10
  • Los Angeles Chargers to Las Vegas Raiders – January 9

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