In the final home game in the Bay Area, the Oakland Raiders will welcome the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Coliseum. Here is how to watch the action Sunday.
The Oakland Raiders will play one final home game inside the Coliseum on Sunday, as they play host to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15. For the Oakland faithful, this means one last tailgate, one last lighting of the torch, and one last chance to cheer on their team in the Bay Area.
With three games left in the season, and the final two on the road, Sunday will be a day to remember for Raider Nation. In 2020, they become the Las Vegas Raiders, and move into their shiny new stadium, as they welcome in the next era of football for the Silver and Black.
Their opponent Sunday, the Jaguars, lost 45-3 to the Los Angeles Chargers this past weekend, and have really been on a horrible downward trend. Oakland has also been on a slide as of late, making this game one that could go down to the wire.
Gardner Minshew has taken over for Nick Foles at quarterback, and he has not had the same kind of magic he did early in the year. For the Raiders, Derek Carr will be looking to play more like he did in the first half Sunday, and not the second, leading his team to one more victory in front of the Black Hole inside the Coliseum.
Here is how you can catch all of the action Sunday
Who: Jacksonville Jaguars at Oakland Raiders
When: Sunday, December 15, 2019
Time: 1:05 PM PST/4:05 PM EST
Where: RingCentral Coliseum, Oakland, California
Television Station: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket
There is still no word as to whether or not Josh Jacobs or Trent Brown, two guys who were inactive in Sunday’s loss, will be available in Week 15. If Jacobs cannot go, expect another healthy dose of DeAndre Washington, who got the Raiders on the board with a first quarter touchdown in Week 14.
It is certainly going to be an emotional Sunday inside the Coliseum, and hopefully the Raiders can send their faithful fans home happy. It has been quite a roller coaster season for the Silver and Black, but a win in the final home game in Oakland would be a nice way to close out an era.