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In a battle of 0-1 AFC teams, the Jacksonville Jaguars will hit the road to play the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Jacksonville played well against Green Bay in Week 1, but Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers proved to be too much. For San Diego, they built a huge halftime lead on the road in Kansas City, only to lose in overtime.
The Jaguars nearly made a fourth quarter comeback on Sunday, before stalling on fourth down in the closing seconds. They had converted three fourth downs on the drive, but Allen Hurns could not find the first down marker on a bubble screen. The Jags are a team that is on the upswing, and should be very competitive in every game this season.
San Diego, on the other hand, absolutely blew their game on Sunday. Behind two first half touchdowns by Melvin Gordon, the Bolts built a 21-3 halftime lead. However, just before the half, star wide receiver Keenan Allen blew out his knee, taking the wind out of San Diego’s sails.
The Chiefs came all the way back, scoring a touchdown late to send the game into overtime. Kansas City got the ball to open the extra period, drove the length of the field and won it on an Alex Smith two-yard touchdown run.
Sunday’s matchup should be a good one, with plenty of offense to go around. There will be two very good quarterbacks on the field in Philip Rivers and Blake Bortles, so expect a ton of yards through the air.
Here is how to watch the game online.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 18
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Location: San Diego, California
Venue: Qualcomm Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
The Chargers are going to have to replace the production of Allen, who also missed the last half of 2015 with a lacerated kidney. Rivers is not getting any younger, and his window to win in San Diego is closing fast. The Jags are still young, and winning on the road is going to be tough for them this season.