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The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders meet on Monday, Oct. 4, for some Monday Night Football, and the game will be live streamed on fuboTV. Chargers vs Raiders live stream (10/4): How to watch online, TV, time

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Derek Carr and Justin Herbert have shown a flare for late comebacks during the first three weeks of the season. It is likely one of them will be called upon again when the Las Vegas Raiders visit the Los Angeles Chargers.

Carr and the Raiders are off to their first 3-0 start since 2002, when they last went to the Super Bowl, with two of the wins coming in overtime. Las Vegas is the fourth team to win twice in OT in the first three weeks.

The 2-1 Chargers’ victories have been the result of Herbert directing winning drives in the final 15 minutes.

Carr leads the league with 1,203 passing yards, with each of his six touchdown passes going to a different receiver. He has passed for at least 325 yards in five straight games dating back to last season.

Carr also has one of the deeper receiving groups in the league. Four players have at least 200 yards, the first time in NFL history that has happened through the first three games.

Darren Waller is tied for the AFC lead among tight ends with 20 receptions and Henry Ruggs III is averaging 21.5 yards per catch.

Herbert is fourth in the league with 956 passing yards and has quickly taken to the offensive scheme implemented by coordinator Joe Lombardi. Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are one of two duos to have at least 250 receiving yards. Williams, who has emerged as Herbert’s favorite target in the short passing game, has caught a TD in four straight games.

When is the Chargers-Raiders game?

The game between the Raiders and Chargers is set for 7:15 p.m. (8:15 p.m. ET) on Monday, Oct. 4.

Will it be live streamed?

The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. The most basic of plans is the “fubo standard” package, which comprises 100-plus channels for $64.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports.

What TV channel will broadcast the game?

The Chargers-Raiders game will be broadcast on ESPN.

HOME AWAY FROM HOME: Monday night’s game is at the Chargers’ new Hollywood Park abode, but it could sound like a Raiders home game because Los Angeles remains home to a lot of Raiders fans. The Chargers’ first home game in front of fans two weeks ago against Dallas saw Cowboys fans outnumber Chargers fans by at least a 6-to-1 margin.

200 CLUB: After targeting tight end Waller 19 times in the opener, Raiders QB Derek Carr has done a good job spreading the ball around the past two weeks. Young receivers Henry Ruggs III, Bryan Edwards and Hunter Renfrow have all made big plays. Those four are the pass catchers over 200 yards receiving.

REUNION GAME: The Raiders have made a big leap defensively early this season with help from a few former Chargers. Coordinator Gus Bradley’s system has allowed the Raiders to play faster and get pressure consistently without blitzing to neutralize opposing offenses. Linebacker Denzel Perryman has solidified the middle of the defense and leads the team with 36 tackles. Cornerback Casey Hayward has bounced back from a down 2020 with the Chargers to shut down opposing receivers, allowing only three catches the first three weeks.

ROOKIES ON THE CORNER: Among the six rookie cornerbacks that have played 100 or more snaps, Los Angeles’ Asante Samuel Jr. and Las Vegas’ Nate Hobbs are the only ones who have not allowed a touchdown.

Samuel Jr. was selected the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month for September after picking off passes in the past two games. The second-round pick is the second player drafted after the first round to get multiple picks in September before turning 22 years old since 1982.

Hobbs and Samuel Jr. have both been targeted 12 times through three games.

Expect some offensive fireworks on Monday night.

Two of the league’s best passing offenses will face off against one another in SoFi Stadium with the Chargers hosting the Raiders for “Monday Night Football” to cap off Week 4. The Raiders and quarterback Derek Carr currently lead the league in passing yards, while Justin Herbert and the Chargers aren’t far back, with Herbert sitting in fourth in the league.

Las Vegas hasn’t just been dinking and dunking down the field. So far, only the Cardinals have more passing plays that gained more than 25 yards than the Raiders’ 11 such plays. The Chargers, on the other hand, have been more content to work incrementally up the field. They have gained 49 of their first downs this season through the air, averaging 15.2 yards gained on those first down attempts, according to Stathead. The Raiders have made 53 first downs on passes and averaged 18.2 yards per play.

Both teams have shown the ability to slow down the passing game of the opposition, too. The Chargers have allowed the seventh-fewest passing yards to opponents — 605 over three games — and are coming off a game where they held Patrick Mahomes to 260 passing yards and picked him off twice. The Raiders have allowed the 13th-fewest passing yards to opponents at 706.

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