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Blackout lifted for Raiders-Chargers game

SAN DIEGO (AP) – The San Diego Chargers say they’ve sold enough tickets to lift the local TV blackout of Sunday’s game against the rival Oakland Raiders.

Three of the previous five home games this season were blacked out.

The Chargers (6-5) have won four straight games after a 2-5 start and trail Kansas City by one game in the AFC West. One of those early losses was 35-27 at Oakland on Oct. 10. The Raiders (5-6) have lost two straight to fall into third place in the AFC West.

You can catch the Raiders-Chargers game on CBS 8
Kickoff begins at 1:05 pm. TODAY!!!!!!!


They will be talking about their foundation RIVERS OF HOPE, finding “Forever Families” for children needing and wanting to be adopted… check out my previous blog about the foundation to learn more……..

Our feature presentation video has been rescheduled to a new time on Fox 5 San Diego. For those living in San Diego county, you can view the program on Fox 5 (DirecTV channel 69) at 4:30pm on Sunday December 12th, following the Chiefs-Chargers game.


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