It's almost time to watch the Chargers vs Browns live stream, and it features two of the league’s most potent offenses.
Los Angeles heads into Cleveland with the league’s top passing offense, while the Browns play host with the second-best rushing attack in the NFL. Justin Herbert and the Chargers will look to outdo Nick Chubb and the Browns in this NFL live stream.
After losing two-straight, the Chargers (2-2) were able to get off the schneid last week with a 34-24 win over the Texans. Herbert threw for 340 yards on 27-of-39 passing with two touchdowns, while wide receiver Mike Williams reeled in seven passes for 120 yards. Running back Austin Ekeler exploded for 109 yards of total offense with three touchdowns.
The Browns (2-2) have certainly established their identity again this season, give the ball to Nick Chubb and let him go to work. The 26-year-old running back is second in the NFL averaging 114.8 rushing yards. The Giants’ Saquon Barkley has the slight edge over Chubb averaging just one more yard-per-game.
Despite Chubb posting his third 100-yard game of the season and giving his team a 20-17 fourth quarter lead in Atlanta, the Browns lost to the Falcons 23-20 last week. Cleveland’s defense, who was missing three key defensive linemen, allowed Atlanta to go on two scoring drive, resulting in two field goals including the game winning kick with 2:28 left to go in the game. D-lineman Myles Garrett, Jadeveon Clowney and Taven Bryan were all out last week due to injury. All three are back this week to face the Chargers.
These teams met in a week five matchup last year as well and if this game is going to be anything like last year’s, it will be a high-scoring affair. The Chargers rallied to score 26 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Browns, 47-42. Justin Herbert threw for just under 400 yards in the game with four touchdown passes while Nick Chubb racked up 161 yards on the ground with both a rushing and receiving touchdown.
The Action Network has the Chargers are 1.5-point road favorites against the Browns.
Chargers vs Browns Inactives:
Chargers: Easton Stick (QB), Dustin Hopkins (K), Keenan Allen (WR), JT Woods (S), Isaiah Spiller (RB), Richard Rodgers (TE), Otito Ogbonnia (DL)
Browns: Kellen Mond (QB), Michael Woods II (WR), Demetric Felton Jr. (RB), Joe Haeg (T), Drew Forbes (G), Chris Hubbard (T), Miller Forristall (TE)
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The game starts at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on today (Oct. 9)
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