Thus far, tonight’s Chargers-Raiders game in Oakland has been what you would expect from two divisional rivals vying to hang in the playoff race.
The Raiders lead 17-14 at intermission. Oakland jumped out to a 10-0 lead on a field goal and pick-six before the Chargers rallied for a pair of second quarter touchdowns to take the lead.
Derek Carr then executed the two-minute drill, finding fullback Alec Ingold for a nine-yard touchdown to put the Raiders back in front right before halftime.
ESPN has released its second half prediction for the game and it favors the home team.
The Raiders have a 66.4 percent chance at winning, according to ESPN’s win probability.
You can catch the second half of Chargers-Raiders shortly on FOX or NFL Network.
If Oakland wins, they will remain in second place in the AFC West, whereas if Los Angeles wins, they will jump over the Raiders and move into second place behind the Chiefs.