Prime Time Matchup: Los Angeles Chargers vs. Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday Night Football

Listen live to your choice of the home, away, or national feed on the SiriusXM app.

Matthew Fanizza
December 14, 2023

This week’s NFL Thursday Night Football matchup features the Los Angeles Chargers facing off against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Listen live to your choice of the home, away, or national feed on the SiriusXM app. Thursday Night Football kickoff is December 14 at 8:15pm ET.

Stream the Las Vegas Raiders broadcast (Ch. 816)

Stream the Los Angeles Chargers broadcast (Ch. 817)

Stream the National broadcast (Ch. 88)

Home: Las Vegas Raiders

Aidan O’Connell completed 65.6% of his passes for 171 yards in Week 14. He targets a third consecutive game with a 65% or higher completion rate. In their Week 4 encounter, O’Connell threw for 238 yards.

Josh Jacobs has been consistent, aiming for his seventh straight game with 50+ scrimmage yards. With 662 scrimmage yards in 7 home games this season, Jacobs poses a significant threat in this game. In his previous meeting against the Raiders, he accumulated 139 scrimmage yards and a rushing touchdown.

Davante Adams eyes his fifth consecutive game with 5+ catches and 50+ receiving yards. Adams has been a Chargers tormentor, amassing 434 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in 4 career games against them.

Maxx Crosby has been a defensive force, tying for the NFL lead with 18 tackles for loss and ranking tied-3rd with 13.5 sacks in 2023. Crosby aims for his fifth straight game with a sack, also hoping to make it four in a row against division opponents.

Las Vegas Raiders Home Feed

SiriusXM channel 225 in your vehicle

Channel 816 on the SiriusXM app

Los Angeles Chargers Away Feed

SiriusXM channel 226 in your vehicle

Channel 817 on the SiriusXM app

National Feed

SiriusXM channel 88 in your vehicle

Channel 88 via on SiriusXM app

Away: Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers’ QB Easton Stick, making his season debut in Week 14, completed 54.2% of his passes. Stick will get the starting nod against the Raiders with Justin Herbert dealing with a fractured finger.

Austin Ekeler led the team with 100 scrimmage yards and his fifth rushing touchdown last week. He aims for his sixth consecutive game against the Raiders with 70+ scrimmage yards.

Keenan Allen leads the NFL with a career-high 108 catches in 2023, setting a single-season franchise record.

Khalil Mack, with 15 sacks in 2023, aims for his fourth straight road game with 2+ sacks and a forced fumble. Derwin James has been a defensive stalwart for the Chargers, aiming for his seventh straight game with 6+ tackles. James has demonstrated his versatility with tackles for loss in two of his last three matchups against the Raiders.

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