The Oakland Raiders will play host to the Tennessee Titans this afternoon, and here is how you can watch all of the action online.
The Oakland Raiders will welcome the Tennessee Titans to the Coliseum in Week 14, and they are badly short-handed on the offensive side of the ball. Both starting right tackle Trent Brown and star running back Josh Jacobs are inactive for the matchup, so it will be up to Derek Carr to earn his money in this crucial matchup.
Oakland has played beautifully in front of the home fans for most of the season, but they come into this game fresh off two terrible losses to the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs. That has moved their record from a strong 6-4, to a .500 mark, and they now have a lot of work to do in order to clinch a playoff spot in 2019.
Derek Carr and the offense has struggled immensely recently, as they do not have a true WR1, and they have been trying to piece together the wide receiver group from week to week. Tight end Darren Waller is one of the best in the league, but even he has not been able to carry the load in recent weeks.
For the Raiders, they have a golden opportunity to make a statement this weekend. The defense has been beaten up in recent weeks, but the home cooking has worked for Jon Gruden and company in 2019, and you can be sure the Coliseum is going to be rocking this afternoon.
Here is how you can watch all of the action online.
Date: Sunday, December 8, 2019
Time: 1:25 pm. PT, 4:25 pm ET
Location: Oakland, California
Venue: RingCentral Coliseum
TV Info: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket
The loss of Jacobs is going to be a tough one in Week 14, and the Titans counter with an incredible talent at running back of their own in Derrick Henry. He has been on fire lately, and it will be interesting to see if this Raiders defense can stop him and make Ryan Tannehill beat them through the air.
A win today would give the Raiders a huge victory in terms of the AFC playoff picture, as they would have the same record as the Titans. This is a huge four-game stretch for Carr and company, as they look to try and leave Oakland on a high note by making the playoffs.