Sunday's TV schedule, complete with channels and times, customized for the Boston sports fan. Click on any team's name for complete schedules, scores, and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. All times ET.
National Football League
The Patriots are back in action today and looking to get off to a 2-0 start when they welcome their west coast rivals, the San Diego Chargers to Gillette Stadium. The Pats defeated the Chargers last season 23-20 in San Diego thanks to a missed field goal in the closing moments by kicker Kris Brown.
More TV listings after the jump.
Major League Baseball
The Red Sox and the Rays will wrap up their four game set with perhaps the biggest game of the season for both clubs. The Rays have won two of the first three games and have now pulled to within three games of the Sox in the race for the Wild Card. If the Sox win, they could put the Rays in a hole that would be difficult to climb out of, but a win by the Rays would make the final ten games of the season a race to the finish. Tim Wakefield will get the ball for the Sox against David Price.
New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire, 4:00pm (TV/Radio: CSN)
Manchester United vs. Chelsea, 11:00am (TV/Radio: FOX Soccer)
Eurobasket Final: Spain vs. France, 2:00pm (TV/Radio: ESPN2)