The AFC West standings appear to be flipped upside down from where most projections would have guessed it would end up this season.
The Chiefs, instead of leading, are at the bottom. The Broncos, instead of sitting in fourth, are undefeated, along with the Raiders. On “Monday Night Football,” two AFC West foes will play under the spotlight when the Raiders travel to Inglewood, California, to face the Los Angeles Chargers.
And both these teams have proven they’re capable of handling some of the toughest teams in the AFC. The Raiders opened the season with a win against Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, while the Chargers are coming off a win against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Below is more about the start time for the Monday night game in Week 4, plus everything you need to know to watch the contest on ESPN.
What time is the NFL game tonight?
“Monday Night Football” will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET. Every Monday night game in 2021 is scheduled to start at that time.
What channel is ‘Monday Night Football’ on tonight?
“Monday Night Football” will air on ESPN, as always. The traditional broadcast will consist of play-by-play man Steve Levy, analysts Brian Griese and Louis Riddick as well as sideline reporter Lisa Salters.
Streamers will be able to watch the game via Watch ESPN, the ESPN app or by using fuboTV, which comes with a seven-day free trial.
In Canada, viewers can watch the Raiders vs. Chargers contest on DAZN, which has rights to every NFL game.
NFL live stream for ‘Monday Night Football’
Because “Monday Night Football” is aired on ESPN, it will be available to stream live on all of the team’s digital platforms (ESPN.com, ESPN App, etc.). This will be the easiest way for viewers with cable or satellite to view the game.
Cord-cutters also have plenty of options with which they can stream “Monday Night Football” during the 2021 NFL season.
Raiders schedule 2021
Chargers schedule 2021
Monday Night Football schedule 2021
There will be 17 “Monday Night Football” games in 2021 even though there is no doubleheader. That’s because the season has extended to 17 games over 18 weeks. There will be no “Monday Night Football” during Week 18; all games will be played on Sunday.
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