Raiders at Broncos live stream: How to watch Week 17 online
By Brad Weiss
The Oakland Raiders head to Denver to take on the Broncos in Week 17 with a shot at the final AFC Playoff spot within their reach.
With their win this past weekend against the Los Angeles Chargers, the Oakland Raiders kept their playoff hopes alive, and they hope to finish the job today against the Denver Broncos. Of course, the Raiders also need a ton of help in order to punch their ticket to the playoffs, but they can only control what they can control.
In what has been a roller coaster of a season, the Raiders got out to a 6-4 start, and appeared destined for the playoffs with some very winnable games ahead. Instead, they lost four straight, and needed that win against the Chargers to try and pull off a miracle two-week span this Sunday inside Empower Field at Mile High.
Denver is a much better team that they were in Week 1, when they went into Oakland and were absolutely throttled by a young and fired up Raiders team. The Broncos have made the switch to Drew Lock at quarterback, and he has been a shot in the arm, leading the team to victories in three of his four starts.
Playing a divisional game on the road is always tough, and Mile High has been a notoriously hard place to play. The Raiders have the talent to come away with the win in Week 17, but they need a lot of chips to fall their way.
Here is how you can watch all of the action online.
Date: Sunday, December 29, 2019
Time: 1:25 pm. PT, 4:25 pm ET
Location: Denver, Colorado
Venue: Empower Field at Mile High
TV Info: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket App or Fubo TV
As was the case last week, the Silver and Black are expected to be without Josh Jacobs, who is still dealing with a shoulder injury. He has been a warrior all season long for the Raiders, and in his absence against the Broncos, expect DeAndre Washington to take advantage of a very porous Denver run defense.
This game is going to come down to which defense can make stops, as the Raiders looked much better on that side of the ball last weekend against Philip Rivers and company. Denver has playmakers all over the offensive side of the ball, but if the Raiders defensive line can get to the rookie quarterback, they should be able to force him into mistakes.