If you’ve been waiting all day for Sunday night, then you’re about to be rewarded when the Miami Dolphins battle the Los Angeles Chargers. This AFC matchup could have big playoff implications. As it stands, the Dolphins currently sit sixth in the AFC, while the Chargers are ninth from the outside looking in.
The game has playoff implications as well as interesting matchups between Justin Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa. In the 2020 NFL Draft, Tagovailoa was fifth overall to the Dolphins, while Herbert was sixth to the Chargers. Expect the winning team’s fanbase to be bragging about their quarterback via social media after the game.
The game between the Miami Dolphins & the Los Angeles Chargers will begin at 8:20 p.m. ET On Sunday, December 11. The game will take place at the SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California. The announcers for the game will be Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, & Melissa Stark. According to FanduelMiami is preferred by 3.5 points.
On Sunday, the Dolphins will take on the Chargers. NBC at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday night. Coverage begins at 7:07 p.m. ET Football Night In America. The game can be accessed via the NBC Sports App on your connected TV, tablet or laptop. Fans can also stream the game from their computer via NBC.com. Register with your cable provider to gain full access.
Peacock allows you to stream the Chargers vs. Dolphins live. There are two paid plans available for the subscription service: Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus. Premium includes ads and is $5 per month or $50 annually. Premium Plus is ad-free, and costs $10 per monthly or $100 per annum.
There are other ways to see Dolphins vs. Chargers without a cable provider. NBC can also be accessed through subscription-based live TV streaming services like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, Sling TV. Prices may vary depending upon the service and package. Hulu + Live TV starts at $70 per monthly and can be combined with ESPN+ or Disney+. Sling TV offers Orange, Blue and Combination packages for $40 per month. They cost $55 each. YouTube TV and FuboTV offer free trials to subscribers so they can test the services before they commit long-term.
Games can also be viewed on your mobile phone or tablet via the app NFL+. You can also watch live postseason and local games, as well as primetime and primetime regular season games. There are two subscription options available: NFL+ or NFL+ Premium. NFL+ Premium is $10 a year or $40 per season. NFL+ Premium includes all of NFL+ and the all-22 films for $5 a monthly or $80 per season.
The Miami Dolphins have an overall record 8-4 when they enter the game. Thanks to Mike McDaniel as his first-year coach, Tua Tagovailoa is continuing to rebound. Tua has thrown 21 touchdowns with a team of 5 interceptions. total QBR of 77.4, second in NFL after Patrick Mahomes.
The Los Angeles Chargers enter Sunday night with a record of 6-6 overall. The Chargers’ season has been plagued by injuries, but they will be getting back their top receiver Mike Williams, who has played one game since 10/23 due to injury.
Tune in to NBC for Sunday night football coverage!