How to watch Ravens vs. Chargers online, TV schedule, radio and more

Jason Miller

The Baltimore Ravens look for their fourth straight win when they play the disappointing San Diego Chargers.

The Baltimore Ravens seek their fourth straight win and continue their march to the AFC playoffs against a San Diego Chargers team that hasn't come close to meeting expectations on Sunday.

San Diego (4-6) can't really afford any more losses if it hopes to make the playoffs. The task won't be easy against a Baltimore team that leads the AFC North, but the teams faced similar scenarios last year, when the playoff-bound Ravens were in San Diego to face a barely-holding-on Chargers team in Week 15. San Diego won that game easily, 34-14.

The Ravens (8-2) look to avenge that loss, but they at least know they will have All-Pro safety Ed Reed active after it initially looked like Reed would be suspended one game for an illegal hit in last week's 13-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Reed appealed, and his punishment was reduced to a $50,000 fine with no suspension.

Game Date/Time

Sunday, Nov. 25, 4:05 p.m. ET


Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

TV Schedule

CBS national broadcast
San Diego: KFMB CBS 8
Baltimore: WJZ-TV 13

Watch Online

NFL Sunday Ticket online

Distribution Map

Radio Schedule

San Diego radio affiliates
Baltimore radio affiliates

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