Raiders Vs. Chargers Game Time, TV Schedule And More

The San Diego Chargers head to the black hole to take on the Oakland Raiders Monday evening for the night cap of the MNF double header.

The Raiders are looking for revenge after last year's Week 17 38-26 defeat at the hands of the Chargers that knocked Oakland out of playoff contention in front of their home crowd.

And they should have it easier in theory as San Diego running back Ryan Matthews is expected to sit out with his clavicle injury. The Chargers wide receiver corp is also still a huge question mark with Phillip Rivers attempting to learn to live without Vincent Jackson.

From the Raiders side, fans of the black and silver are hoping that quarterback Carson Palmer's play will improve with a full offseason under his belt in this offense. Explosive pass-catcher Denarius Moore has been handed a questionable tag but is still expected to play which should help Palmer's chances.

Game Time: 10:15 p.m. ET

TV Coverage: ESPN

Radio Coverage: Sirius Radio Chanel 94, ROCK 105.3 FM

Betting Line: Raiders favored by one. Over/under 46.5

Team Coverage: For more Raiders news, head on over to Silver and Black Pride. If the Chargers are more your cup of tea, pay a visit to Bolts from the Blue.

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