Chargers at Texans: Game, TV and Radio Info

Want to figure out how to catch the Houston Texans square off with the San Diego Chargers? Here is how you can do just that.

Coming off of the Monday Night loss to the Raiders, the Texans return home to face a San Diego team that has struggled this season. In the tough AFC West, the Chargers have fallen to 4-6 and are three games behind the Broncos and Chiefs and four behind the Raiders. Their chances of making the postseason are slim to none while the Texans are looking to preserve their lead in the AFC South.

The Texans will be looking to win to gain a two game lead over the Colts in the AFC South, who now sit at 5-6 after falling to the Steelers on the Thanksgiving, with the Titans taking their 5-6 record into Chicago. With a win and a Titans loss, the Texans would be two games up on the Colts. However, if the Texans lose and the Titans win, the Texans would be just a half game ahead of Tennessee. The division race is still very close.

So how can you keep up with the action? Well, I’m glad you asked because we have all that info you need. Even if you didn’t ask, we still have the info!

Kickoff Time:

Sunday, November 27th, 12:00 p.m. CDT/ 1:00 EST at NRG Stadium in Houston

TV Broadcast:

CBS is scheduled to have the game this week. To see if it’s available in your area check out what our friends at the team’s official web page have to say! For the transplanted Texans fans, check out 506 sports to see if the Texans are playing where you live.

Radio Broadcast:  

As always, Sports Radio 610 (AM) and 100.3 (FM) are there for those of us who cannot watch the game. Also, Sirius channel136 is going to cover this one as well. Another option could be the audio streaming available with an NFL Game Pass subscription.

Online Streaming:

NFL Game Pass is once again the place to go for NFL action on game day. Also, Verizon Wireless subscribers can get themselves signed up for the NFL Mobile app.

Now no one has any excuse to miss the game! However, if you do, NFL Network is always there for us with replays throughout the week.

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