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Broncos-Chargers 2020: Game time, TV schedule and how to watch live online

All the info you need to tune in on Sunday afternoon.

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It’s time for the Chargers to get some sweet, sweet revenge on the Denver Broncos.

The last time these two teams squared off, the Bolts blew a 21-point lead before losing on the final play of regulation. It was truly a tale of two halves and the Chargers just couldn’t figure out how to adjust to what the the Broncos were doing on offense. Some ill-timed and ticky-tack penalties sure didn’t help in the final minutes, but that all comes down to your players being physically and mentally disciplined.

There seems to be a good chance that Justin Herbert will have a hampered Keenan Allen once again, or even not at all. Adam Schefter tweeted out on Friday that he is not expected to play, but will test himself with a pre-game workout.

Heading into this game, Herbert needs just one more passing touchdown to break Baker Mayfield’s record for passing scores in a season for a rookie. He also needs five more total touchdowns over the final two games to break Cam Newton’s record of 35 that he set back in 2011.

Here’s to hoping we get to witness at least one record fall in this game.

Enjoy the game, everyone, and Bolt Up!

Below is all the info you should need to tune in this afternoon.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020
Time: 5:20 p.m. PT
Channel: FOX, Los Angeles and Orange County: Channel 11 (KCBS)
Announcers: Spero Dedes, Adam Archuleta, Amanda Balionis
Location: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
Radio: ALT 98.7 FM • KBUA 105.5 / KBUE 94.3 FM

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