The Los Angeles Chargers (0-0) open the 2023 regular season against the Miami Dolphins (0-0) in Week 1 at SoFi Stadium.
Sunday afternoon's season opener will mark the 33rd regular season matchup between the two teams. The Dolphins hold a 17-15 all-time regular season record against the Chargers; however, the Chargers have won two of the last three meetings.
The last meeting between these two teams came in Week 14 of the 2022 season, a primetime game in Los Angeles that the Chargers won 23-17.
This game was a contest between two AFC playoff hopefuls, and the Bolts got a win that would prove big on the way to a playoff appearance last season. Quarterback Justin Herbert threw for a season-high 367 yards and added a touchdown, but it was a short-handed Chargers defense — without safety Derwin James, Jr., and defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day — that stole the show during this primetime contest. They held the explosive Miami offense to 219 total yards (145 yards passing) and broke up six passes throughout the evening.
- Sunday, September 10
- Kickoff is set for 1:25 p.m. (PT)
- SoFi Stadium (Inglewood, CA)
WATCH ON TV
Play-by-play: Kevin Harlan
Analyst: Trent Green
Sideline: Melanie Collins
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LISTEN ON RADIO
Chargers radio can be heard on ALT FM-98.7 called by Matt "Money" Smith, analyst Daniel Jeremiah and sideline reporter Shannon Farren.
Adrian Garcia-Marquez and Francisco Pinto will call the Spanish broadcast on Que Buena FM 105.5/94.3 and Uniradio XHFG 107.3 FM in San Diego.
Other Affiliate Stations:
San Bernardino KATY 101.3 FM
Eugene KORE 1050 AM/95.7 FM
Palm Springs/Yucca KNWZ FM & KNWH AM
Las Vegas KXNT 840 AM, KXST CBS SPORTS 1140 & KLUC 98.5 HD2
POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCES
Chargers postgame press conferences are live streamed on the Chargers website and app (turn on notifications to receive updates on when the press conferences start). Press conferences are also available on demand following the live stream on the website, app and on YouTube.
Lo podrán seguir simultáneamente en Español a través de la Que Buena 105.5 y 94.3 FM y también por el Chargers mobile app opción en Español, con los relatos de Adrián García Márquez y los comentarios de Francisco Pinto.
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