Monday Night Football 2019

Monday Night Football 2019 Live: While Monday night will mark the 118th clash between the Chargers and division rival Kansas City Chiefs, it will be the first time the two will play a competitive game against each other outside of the United States, as well as the Chargers’ first contest in Mexico.

Event Name NFL WEEK 11 
Game Date NOV, 2019
Tv Channel ESPN/CBS/NBC/FOX/FUVO/YOUTUBE/SLING/HULU
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The Bolts will take the field at the historic Estadio Azteca, a stadium with a capacity of over 85,000. With a crowd of this size, Chargers players anticipate the football fans of Mexico City bringing the noise.“I’ve heard that it’s a pretty spectacular place to play,” running back Austin Ekeler said. “(I’m) definitely looking forward to the energy, especially in a different country.”

Head coach Anthony Lynn, who played a preseason game in Mexico City as a player, said he has fond memories of that experience and is looking forward to going back.The Los Angeles Chargers (4-6) are considered 4.5-point home underdogs to the Kansas City Chiefs (6-4) in Week 11 of the 2019 regular season. The over/under line is set at 52.5 points, per BetMGM.

That means oddsmakers are taking bets on whether the two teams will combine to score more than or fewer than 52.5 points.Our score prediction for the game is a 31-27 win for the Chargers, with a combined total of 58 points. So if we were putting money behind our prediction, we’d bet the over.

The loss dropped the Chargers to 4-6 on the season, casting a huge shadow over what was supposed to be such a big season for the team. But just days later, things changed a bit.

The Kansas City Chiefs got their quarterback back on the field. Patrick Mahomes not only showed he has recovered from a dislocated knee, but he shredded the defense of the Tennessee Titans to the tune of 446 yards passing and three touchdowns.The Titans still found a way to steal the game from the Chiefs, dropping them to 6-4 on the year. Suddenly, the Chargers are only two games back from the division lead and guess who they face in Mexico City in Week 11?

That’s right, the Chiefs.It’s hard to believe in the Chargers right now, but if they can find a way to beat the Chiefs in Mexico next Monday night, they would be just one game back in the race. There would be a lot that would still need to be settled, but to think that the season is over after that tough loss to Oakland is off base.

There are still six games remaining and only two games separate the Chiefs and Chargers. Here are the remaining schedules for each team.

“I had a heck of a time,” Lynn said. “Mexico (City) is a very rich city, the museums were outstanding. When you’re there for a week, you have a chance to get out…but we’re going for a day. It’s a business trip for us.”

Between NFL fans from Mexico City, to Chargers and Chiefs fans making the trip down to Mexico, the NFL’s initiative to bring one game yearly to one of the league’s largest foreign markets continues to increase the game’s fan base.

“I think it’s huge,” defensive end Isaac Rochell said. “They’ll have a greater appreciation for the NFL due to the league’s willingness to go down there.”

Meanwhile, for Chargers cornerback Michael Davis, taking the field in Mexico City will give the Mexican-American the chance to represent his mother, family, and Mexican heritage in front of the millions watching “Monday Night Football” across the world.

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