NFL Considering Possibly Moving Week 6 Game From Oakland

While the Oakland Raiders prepare to take on the Los Angeles Chargers in a crucial Week 6 matchup, one big question is looming over the game.

Where will it be played?

It's currently slated to be played in Oakland, but due to the air quality levels after the fires in California, >ESPN's Adam Schefter

reports that the NFL is looking into alternate options should the game have to be moved.

NFL looking at contingencies if air quality in Oakland from fires remains at unacceptable levels, per league official. A decision soon.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 12, 2017

The game is still scheduled to be played in Oakland, but they'll be monitoring the air quality levels over the next bit here. As >The Athletic's Tim Kawakami

reports, one source has stated that the league has checked to see if Levi's Stadium is available this weekend for the game to be played.

NFL source: The league has checked to see if Levi's Stadium is available for Raiders-Chargers this weekend. It is. Just one option.

— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) October 12, 2017

We'll keep you updated on any news that comes from this, and when the final decision is made.

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