How To Watch/Listen To The Oakland Raiders Game Against The Tennessee Titans

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For those of you who have been patiently waiting for the start of the 2017 NFL season, you're nearly there. The Oakland Raiders will be departing Friday afternoon for Nashville, Tenn., where they'll open the year against the Titans at Nissan Stadium. When Raiders quarterback Derek Carr broke his fibula, ironically, Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota suffered the same injury on the very same day.

Now that both are healthy, the budding NFL stars will go toe-to-toe as they lead their teams onto the gridiron. Not only are Carr and Mariota two of the younger bright spots in the league, but their teams are as well. The showdown will also feature the first time we've truly seen Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch in action since coming out of retirement and joining the Silver and Black in April

With a lot of excitement surrounding opening week, don't be the one to miss out on the action; here's how to watch the Raiders game Sunday.

Oakland Raiders vs. Tennessee Titans

Nissan Stadium

Sunday, September 10

10:00 a.m. PST

Television

KTVU/KICU (Bay Area)

KVVU (Las Vegas)

Play-by-play: Jim Nantz

Color Analysts: Tony Romo

**Radio

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Raiders Radio Network Flagship: 95.7 The GAME/98.5 KFOX (Saturday's game will be on KFOX 98.5 and 102.9 KBLX)

Play-by-play: Greg Papa

Color Analyst: Tom Flores

Sideline: Lincoln Kennedy

Spanish Radio

Flagship: KIQI 1010

Play-by-play: Fernando Arias

Color Analyst: Ambrosio Rico

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