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How To Watch/Listen To The Oakland Raiders Game Against the Denver Broncos


The Oakland Raiders are just one win away from clinching the AFC West for the first time in 14 years, naturally the last time they were playoff bound. Standing in their way, the Silver and Black will travel to Denver, Colo. to take on the division rival Broncos.

Earlier this season the opponents met at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum for a primetime showdown on Sunday Night Football, and the Raiders came out the victor. This time, quarterback Matt McGloin will lead the troops into battle for a crucial game that could give the Raiders a first round bye in the playoffs if they succeed.

Here's how to watch or listen to the faceoff between division foes.

Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos

Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Sunday, Jan. 1

1:25 p.m. PT


CBS Network

Play-by-play: Jim Nantz

Color Analysts: Phil Simms

Sideline: Tracy Wolfson


Sunday's game will air on 95.7 The Game.

Play-by-play: Greg Papa

Color Analyst: Tom Flores

Sideline: Lincoln Kennedy

Spanish Radio

KSOL 98.9 FM (Radio Estereo Sol, 98.9 y 99.1)

Play-by-play: Fernando Arias

Color Analyst: Ambrosio Rico

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