The San Diego Chargers host the Miami Dolphins in an epic East vs. West challenge! Sounds like a perfect Sunday! So, grab your hot wings and some brews, kick up your feet and find out how to watch this match up that you definitely don’t want to miss!
The Miami Dolphins are on a 3-game winning streak — can the San Diego Chargers crush their successful run? It all goes down on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 4:05 PM ET at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. You don’t want to miss a minute, and you don’t have to! If you don’t have access to watch the game on TV, no problem! CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE MIAMI DOLPHINS VS. THE SAN DIEGO CHARGERS LIVE STREAM
Last week the Dolphins came out strong against the New York Jets and just barely won, 27-23. Before that, they punked the Buffalo Bills 28-25 and blew away the Pittsburgh Steelers 30-15. With their consistent wins, the Dolphins have reinstated a strong lead in the AFC East, as 2nd in the league. The team is led by Ryan Tannehill, 28, at the QB position and Ndamukong Suh, 29, who is one of the best defensive tackles in the NFL. Lucky for the Dolphins, Suh will be in the game against the Chargers after he was cleared for unintentionally kicking Jets player Ryan Fitzpatrick, 33, last week.
Jay Ajayi, 23, the Dolphins’ star running back, is excited to play the Chargers and think it will be a great game, telling CBS, ““They have a really strong front. They do a lot of good things and make it hard for offenses with the unique stunts and a lot of movements, so I think we’ll be up for a good challenge this week.”
On the other side of the field, the San Diego Chargers sit on a 4-5 record and are 4th in the AFC West. This game against the Dolphins would be their chance to start their rise in the ranks. They beat the Tennessee Titans last week in an incredible gridiron match. The Bolts got a strong head start against the Titans 16-0, but was overcome when their opponents took the lead 21-19. San Diego broke through in the end and defeated Tennessee in a great game, 43-35. We’re hoping for another great game tonight!
On the Chargers squad is Philip Rivers, 34, all-star quarterback. Now, Rivers has wide receiver, Geremy Davis, 24, whom the Chargers added to their roster just three days ago from the New York Giants practice team.
HollywoodLifers, this is sure to be an amazing game — will you be watching? Who ya got? Chargers or Dolphins?