Jayron Kearse and other players have talked about getting rid of the stink from the Dallas Cowboys' Week 5 loss to the 49ers. That should spell bad news for their upcoming opponent, so the LA Chargers better expect the best version of the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.
The Chargers have won two straight after a 2-2 start, but their +6 point differential is prove positive they play nothing but close games. LA's two wins (against the Vikings and Raiders) were by a combined 10 points and they squandered big leads in both. This a great opportunity for Dallas to right the ship before the bye week.
Let's jump into all of the important information fans should know about the game.
What time is the Cowboys vs Chargers game?
With this being a primetime Monday Night Football matchup, kickoff from SoFi Stadium is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET.
How to watch Cowboys vs Chargers
It;s Monday Night Football, so the game will be nationally televised on ESPN. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be on the call, though the "Manningcast" helmed by Peyton and Eli Manning will be broadcast on ESPN2. Fans in need of a stream should head to FuboTV, which offers a free trial for first-time users.
Cowboys vs Chargers betting odds
The Cowboys are -2.5 favorites, according to FanDuel. They're -108 to cover the spread, meaning you'll need to bet $108 to win $100. If you'd rather bet Dallas to win outright, they're -132 on the moneyline, so bet $132 to win $100. The over/under is 50.5 points, so Vegas is expecting a lot of points in this one.
How to listen to Cowboys vs Chargers
Fans in the Dallas market can catch the game on 105.3 The Fan, while folks in the Los Angeles market can hear the game on ALT FM-98.7.
Latest Cowboys injury news
Will Tyron Smith play this week? The Cowboys left tackle wasn't spotted at Wednesday's practice that was open to the media. Perhaps Dallas is managing Smith's reps after he returned to the lineup in Week 5 after a two-game absence with a knee injury. Stay tuned for updates on Smith leading up to Monday night.