How to watch Jaguars vs. Chargers today: TV Channel, Radio, Stream and Odds for Wild Card Weekend
Following a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10, the Jacksonville Jaguars seemed on the verge of being eliminated from postseason contention. However, head coach Doug Pederson wasn’t ready to give up and instead thought running the table was a realistic outcome.
Against all odds, the Jags did it. They didn’t go 9-2 but won six of their last seven games to make the playoffs and win the AFC South for the first time in 2017. They’re now ready to play the Los Angeles Chargers in Super Wild Card Weekend. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know for the Jaguars’ postseason game.
Jaguars vs. Chargers Injury Report for Wild Card Weekend
Just as last week, several Jaguars popped up on the Injury Report but they all should play Saturday. Trevor Lawrence (toe), return specialist Jamal Agnew (shoulder), long snapper Ross Matiscik (back), and right guard Brandon Scherff (abdomen) all were listed as questionable. Wide receiver Kendric Pryor also got the questionable tag but he was inactive for the finale and there’s a chance the won’t suit up against the Bolts.
One of the biggest storylines ahead of the game was Chargers’ head coach Brandon Staley’s puzzling decision to play his starters in a meaningless game against the 5-12 Denver Broncos in the season finale. Wide receiver Mike Williams suffered a back injury and is out for two weeks, meaning he won’t likely play this year unless Los Angeles makes the Super Bowl.
Besides Williams, no other player landed on the Chargers’ injury report.
Jaguars vs. Chargers Odds and Spread for Wild Card Weekend
The Jags’ are a 2.5-underdog with a moneyline of +120, per BetMGM. Bet $100 and win $120 for a total payout of $220 if they beat Los Angeles. The Chargers’ moneyline sits at -145. Place a bet of $145 on the Chargers and win $100 if they beat Jacksonville. The over/under for the game is set at 47.5 points.
Jaguars vs. Chargers TV Channel and Radio for Wild Card Weekend
Kickoff will be at 8:15 p.m. ET/5:15 p.m. PT and it will be shown on NBC. Al Michaels and Tony Dungy will be the booth analysts and Kaylee Hartung will handle sideline duty. You can also listen to the game on 1010 XL/92.5. Frank Frangie, Tony Boselli, and Jeff Lageman will offer live commentary. Bucky Brooks will be the sideline reporter. If you’re looking for a broadcast in Spanish, check 930 AM/97.3 FM. Javier Carrero and Victor Cora will be the analysts.
Jaguars vs. Chargers Live Stream for Wild Card Weekend
If are looking for a stream, check fuboTV. Click here for a seven-day free trial.