Game day has arrived for the Houston Texans, and there are a variety of ways to watch and listen to the Week 3 game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Houston Texans will be facing the Los Angeles Chargers for their Week 3 game in a late afternoon kickoff. The Texans are on the road for the second time in the first three weeks of the 2019 NFL season and will be playing their AFC West opponent for the first time since 2016.
Entering this Week 3 game, the Texans have three players listed as questionable on the injury report and they are running back Taiwan Jones (hamstring), guard Senio Kelemete (wrist) and left tackle Laremy Tunsil (ankle). All three were limited in practice this week, and it will be interesting to see who is able to play against the Chargers.
Even with the potential injures, the game is still a must-watch for Houston football fans because the Texans could be on the verge of breaking out this season because they’ve shown they are capable of playing strong against talented teams.
In the season opener against the New Orleans Saints the Texans lost on a last-second field goal as time ran out by a 30-28 score. Last week against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Texans’ offense stalled and struggled, though the eventually won the game by one point at 13-12.
Below is ways to watch and to listen to the game against Los Angeles:
Date: Sunday, Sept. 22
Start time: 3:25 p.m. CT
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Stadium: Dignity Health Sports Park
TV Info: CBS
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610 (KILT-AM), 100.3 KILT-FM, Mega 101 FM (KLOL-FM)
Live Stream: Fubo TV, NFL Game Pass
This game also features for the Chargers two very good pass rushers who could cause issues for the Texans in Melvin Ingram III and Joey Bosa. The Houston offensive line will need to be on their A-game, but quarterback Deshaun Watson will need to release the ball a little quicker than usual, or the times sacked total will skyrocket from the already 10 times he’s been sacked already this season.
Both teams are 1-1 overall entering this game, but for the Texans to win this game they must stop Bosa and Ingram. To be honest that is much easier said than done, especially for a Texans offensive line that isn’t up to the standards of some of the top offensive lines in the league.