Read a preview of the week four game and then watch all of the action live.
Where: Qualcomm Stadium
When: 21.25 (BST)
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It has been a Jekyll and Hyde season for the Dallas Cowboys, who looked dominant in the first and third games, but failed to impress anyone in their second game, a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
With those Chiefs looking better than anyone thought they could be, the poor week two performance might not be totally the Cowboys’ fault.
This week, they meet another AFC West opponent in the San Diego Chargers.
Just three years ago, the Chargers had one of the top offenses in football, with Philip Rivers as an All-Pro quarterback and weapons like Vincent Jackson and Darren Sproles making them one of the AFC’s most exciting teams.
However, things have gone south for the Chargers since then, with Rivers becoming less than ordinary after Jackson left the team and Ryan Mathews not developing into the game-changing running back they envisioned.
New head coach Mike McCoy has come in and done what he can to turn this team around. Whatever he did in the off-season, it has worked wonders for Rivers.
The quarterback has thrown 48 interceptions in the past three seasons and that has killed his team. Part of that was because of a lack of superstar talent at wide receiver, but a lot of it was on Rivers’ head as well.
Thanks to the reemergence of the passing game, the Chargers have been competitive in all three games, beating the Eagles while losing by three to the Houston Texans and three to the Tennessee Titans.
Their losses are due to the fact that they are giving up 28 points a game and rank 31st in passing defense and 28th in rushing defense.
With those numbers, it looks like Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray will both have a big game with the Chargers needing their offense to keep up.
The Chargers defense is led by Eric Weddle, who has a team-leading 24 tackles, 19 solo, but the unit only has one interception as their sole turnover of the season and a low six total sacks through three games.
If San Diego has a chance to win, it will be in a shootout.