Jaguars vs. Chargers Guide: What you need to know for Week 2

The Jaguars (0-1) will travel to the West Coast to face off against Phillip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers (0-1) on Sunday. Jacksonville hosted San Diego last season and was unable to tame Rivers and the Chargers passing game. With a new and improved defense, the Jaguars will hope to keep Rivers in check.

Both teams are coming off emotional losses. The Jaguars lost a close, competitive season opener to the Green Bay Packers at home. The Chargers allowed a massive comeback to the Kansas Chiefs. Week 2 could lead to redemption for one of the two squads and leave the loser in pretty rough shape.

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Game Information

Jacksonville Jaguars at San Diego Chargers

Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

September 18, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. EST

Radio Information: 1010 AM, 92.5 FM or Sirius 84 (Internet 814)

TV: CBS

Who to Follow

First Coast News - @FCN2go

Mike Kaye - Jaguars Beat Writer - @Mike_E_Kaye

Chris Porter - FCN Sports Director - @ChrisPorterFCN

Alyssa Lang - FCN Sports Anchor - @AlyssaLang

Brian Chojnacki - FCN Sports Anchor - @BroadcastingBri

Tim Bee - FCN Sports Team Member - @TimBeeSports

Matchup History

The Chargers have a 6-2 record against the Jaguars. The last meeting occurred last season in Jacksonville on November 29 and San Diego won, 31-25. The Chargers have won the last five meetings between the two teams.

Injury Report

JAGUARS

OUT: RB Chris Ivory (general medical issue), CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring)

CHARGERS

OUT: DE Joey Bosa (hamstring)

Did you know?

- Chargers linebackers coach Bob Babich served as the Jaguars defensive coordinator from 2013-2015. 

- Chargers tight ends coach John McNulty served as the Jaguars wide receiver coach from 1998-2002. 

- Jaguars wide receiver Bryan Walters came into the league as an undrafted free agent signing of the Chargers in 2010. He played in four games for the Chargers and caught three passes for 27 receiving yards.

- Jaguars cornerback Josh Johnson spent his rookie summer with the Chargers. He was let go during final cuts in 2013.

Former Jaguars on the Chargers

FS Dwight Lowery (2011-2013)


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