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Jaguars vs Chargers: Week 3 Live Blog

The Jacksonville Jaguars travel to take on the Los Angeles Chargers in their Week 3 trip across the country in an attempt to break the West Coast curse. Kickoff will take place on Sunday, September 25 at 4:00 p.m. ET at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA.

It’s an interesting game for sure, as Justin Herbert is a game-time decision whether or not to play, in addition to starting center Corey Linsley and cornerback JC Jackson, both listed as questionable. and unlikely to play. Not only that, but wide receiver Keenan Allen could also be missing.

It could be one of those early-season games the Jaguars probably shouldn’t win, but can potentially steal.

On your marks… get set… let’s go!

Here’s everything you need to know to watch, listen to or follow today’s Jaguars game.

It’s time for the live blog…

4:10 p.m.: Jaguars fail to convert on third and fourth downs. Both passes too high. Trevor needs to make those throws, but the one on fourth down was at least a little more catchable.

4:00 p.m.: The Chargers won the toss and opted to postpone. Jacksonville will get the ball first. GO GOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

3:49 p.m.: No matter. Justin Herbert is sad.

2:35 p.m.: Inactive for the Jaguars today. Not many surprises or hard-hitting players missing today’s game, except for cornerback Shaq Griffin, of course.


9:15 a.m.: A little more background on Justin Herbert. Whether he plays today or not, the fact that he’s a game-time decision after that rib injury is a big testament to him. (No sarcasm.)

9:01 a.m.: Here is your TV coverage map for CBS. Are you in the yellow?

8:00 a.m.: With tight end Donald Parham out for today’s game, substitute Richard Rogers will be on the sidelines. Minimal impact, but it shows how far the Chargers’ injury problems go in today’s game.

3h54: It is the pre-match decision that will have the most impact on the outcome of the match. If Justin Herbert plays, the Jaguars’ chances of winning are probably out of reach. If he doesn’t and substitute Chase Daniel plays, the opportunity becomes much more plausible. We won’t know until 90 minutes before kick-off. Stay tuned, y’all.