The Chargers vs Vikings live stream is kicking off right now, pitting together two teams that did not expect their seasons to start this way. Despite being considered playoff contenders coming into the season, both Los Angeles and Minnesota currently are without a win through two weeks. In theory, one of these stumbling teams is finally going to get things back on track in this NFL live stream.
Last season, both the Los Angeles Chargers and the Minnesota Vikings were playoff teams. The Vikings even won the NFC North and both recorded at least 10 wins. But if you took a closer look, both teams maybe got a bit lucky. Over the course of 17 games, the Chargers only scored seven more points than their opponents and the Vikings were actually outscored by their opponents despite only losing four games.
This season, that luck has run out. The Chargers blew a late lead in Week 1 against the Miami Dolphins and then lost in overtime to the Tennessee Titans after blowing a 21-17 lead in the final minutes of regulation. Despite having arguably a top five offense, things are not sunny in Los Angeles, as the Chargers defense is one of the worst in the league. Head coach Brandon Staley is already on the hot seat and may need a win to keep his job.
Luckily, for Vikings head coach Kevin O'Connell, he can probably afford a loss — not that he'll want to. The 0-2 start isn't great but after winning a division title last year, his first as a head coach, he has some breathing room. Unfortunately for him, his team looks an awful lot like the Chargers. The Vikings are second in the entire league in yards per play thanks to quarterback Kirk Cousins, but the defense struggles to get stops when they are needed.
Personally, I don't expect that to change on Sunday, but the Vikings' defense might just be good enough to eke out a win given how bad the Chargers' defense is. According to DraftKings, the Chargers are just 1-point road underdogs with an over-under of 54 points. Expect this to be a high-scoring but close game.
Inactive players update:
Chargers: Zack Bailey, A. Ekeler, Chris Hinton, J.C. Jackson, B. Jaimes, E. Kendricks
Vikings: Cam Akers, G. Bradbury, M. Davenport, Jaren Hall, Nick Muse, K. Tonga
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The game starts at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on Sunday, Sept. 24.
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Chargers vs Vikings live streams in the UK
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The Chargers vs Vikings live stream starts on Sky Sports NFL at 6 p.m. BST on September 24.
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