Chargers and Raiders logos on TV for Thursday Night Football on FoxSource: CordCutters

This week, Thursday Night Football features two teams with a lot in common. Both teams are in the AFC West, and have middling records. Also, both teams are in the middle of relocation, with one moving from San Diego to L.A., and the other about to move from Oakland to Las Vegas. There's still a chance to see one more game from Oakland in ultra-high resolution. You can stream the Los Angeles Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders in 4K on Fubo TV

The Los Angeles Chargers will play the Oakland Raiders at 8 p.m. Eastern this Thursday, Nov. 7 at Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, Calif. The game will be broadcast on Fox, and carried in 4K streaming on Fubo TV.

The Los Angeles Chargers (4-5) are coming off of their biggest win of the season, but the team has dug themselves in a hole in the first half of the season. All five of their losses were by seven points or less, and they lost three straight to teams without winning records. Part of the wound is self inflicted, as star running back Melvin Gordon sat out the first month on a contract dispute, and has only looked game-ready this past week. As a result, their rushing statistics are near the bottom of the league, but they'll need to improve if they plan to beat Oakland.

The Oakland Raiders (4-4) may be a .500 team, but they are only a game and a half behind the first place Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West. Rookie running back Josh Jacobs has been a standout star, with 740 yards and six touchdowns through a half season. The Raiders and their fans have been making the best of a bad situation. Everyone knows that the team plans to move to Las Vegas in 2020, but they still have a home field advantage. The Raiders are 3-1 at home this season, which could be just enough of an advantage they need to defeat the Chargers.

The best way to get the most out of your high-end video setup is by watching sports in 4K HDR. Football fans have the chance to stream 4K games every Thursday night for most of this season. Once they experience it, fans are likely to want more and more games in ultra-high definition, no matter the sport.

Fubo TV includes select 4K broadcasts as part of their live TV streaming plans with no extra cost on a long list of supported 4K devices. The Fox Sports app may offer 4K streams, but that is limited to just two types of supported devices. Fubo in 4K is available with most 4K HDR streaming platforms. Just connect a 4K compatible display to any of the Fubo 4K compatible streaming devices listed here:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Safari
  • Apple TV 4K
  • Chromecast Ultra
  • Fire TV 4K Stick
  • Fire TV Cube
  • Roku Premiere / Premiere+
  • Roku Ultra
  • Roku Streaming Stick+
  • Roku 4K TVs
  • Nvidia Shield TV & other Android TVs
  • Supported Android phones

Fubo TV costs $55 a month for the standard plan, which includes 83 channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and can be watched on two screens at a time. Fubo also offers additional plans and add-ons that can upgrade the plan, cloud DVR recording hours, number of screens or add premium channels.

Football in 4K will be rolling on Fubo all Fall. Next week you can see the
Pittsburgh Steelers face the Cleveland Browns Nov. 14 in 4K. Then on Nov. 21, the Indianapolis Colts will play the Houston Texans in 4K on Fubo TV.

4K Football

Fubo TV

Enter the Oakland Black Hole in ultra-high definition!

Fubo TV offers sports fans some of the biggest games in the best resolution available. $55 a month includes 80+ channels plus select NFL, NCAA and MLB games in 4K.

We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.