Why is the Charger game blacked out?

Why is the Charger game blacked out?

TV blackouts exist because the NFL wants people to buy tickets to football games until there aren’t any more and not sit at home on the couch. So the NFL requires teams to sell out games within 72 hours of game time or risk a blackout. Last month, the Chargers home opener was blacked out.

How can I watch the Chargers game today?

WATCH: Over-The-Top & Mobile Streaming

  1. Chargers App. Watch Chargers games live on the official Chargers iOS Mobile App.
  2. CBS All Access. Stream the NFL on CBS with CBS All Access!
  3. Fox Sports.
  4. NBC Sports.
  5. ESPN.
  6. Amazon Prime Video.
  7. DIRECTV NFL Sunday Ticket.
  8. NFL Sunday Ticket.

Why is my football game blacked out?

Blackouts are implemented to protect the primary rights holder, as defined by the professional and college sports leagues or teams in a given market. If you are receiving blackout messaging on ESPN, check your local listings to find the television network carrying the event.

What channel is Chargers game on today?

The LA Chargers (9-7) face the Las Vegas Raiders (9-7) tonight on Sunday Night Football as the regular season comes to a close. Live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET with Football Night in America on NBC and Peacock.

What channel is the Rams game on today?

Sunday, Jan. 23

Matchup Start time TV channel
Rams vs. Buccaneers 3:05 p.m. ET NBC
Bills vs. Chiefs 6:40 p.m. ET CBS

How can I watch football in blackout?

in addition, How can I watch blacked out NFL games? The blackout schedule can be viewed on the homepage of NFL Game Pass. However, if you purchase a Game Pass subscription from any other location worldwide then you will have unrestricted NFL game access, including to live streams of every game.

What time is the Chargers football game today?

Chargers vs. Raiders start time The Chargers vs. Raiders game will kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. All “Sunday Night Football” games in 2021 are scheduled to begin at 8:20 p.m. ET.