Raiders vs Broncos 2022 Week 4: Start time, TV channel and how to watch online
By Brad Weiss
The Las Vegas Raiders take on the Denver Broncos in Week 4, and here is everything you need to know to watch the game online, or on television.
The time has come for the Las Vegas Raiders to get their season back on track, and they will attempt to do so against a divisional rival in Week 4. That rival is the Denver Broncos, who have won two straight games after a Week 1 loss to Seattle, though against some lesser competition.
This matchup will take place inside Allegiant Stadium, the scene of one of the worst losses in recent memory for the Silver and Black the last time around. Going into halftime with a 20-0 lead, the Raiders took their foot off the gas, allowing the Arizona Cardinals back into the game, and eventually losing in overtime.
Sunday, the hope is that the result can be different.
Here is how you can watch the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 4
Who: Las Vegas Raiders vs Denver Broncos
When: Sunday, October 2, 2022
Time: 1:25PM PT, 4:25PM ET
Where: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada
Television Station: CBS
Live Stream: FuboTV
For the Raiders, this is a must-win game, as they take on Kansas City on the road in Week 5, and would be in jeopardy of starting the season out at 0-5, including an 0-3 record within the AFC West. They came into this season with some high expectations, especially after making it to the playoffs last season, but they have been wildly disappointing to this point.
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Derek Carr has his best friend as his WR1 this season, and that was supposed to lead to a potential MVP-caliber season for the nine-year vet. Instead, he has been inconsistent the entire season, but a win against Denver gets the season back on track and should lead to some added momentum going into a tough road game inside Arrowhead Stadium before the bye week.
First, they must take care of business at home against Denver.