The Oakland Raiders and Houston Texans are familiar with each other, as the Silver and Black defeated them 27-20 on Monday Night Football back in Week 11. This Saturday, the AFC opponents will battle it out in Houston, Texas, in the Wild Card round of the AFC playoffs.
For the first time in the Super Bowl era, a quarterback will be making his first NFL start in the postseason. Connor Cook is no stranger to the spotlight after leading his school to many wins in big games, and he will be the quarterback under center who will lead the Raiders against the Texans. It's the Raiders first playoff game since 2002; here's how to avoid missing out on the action.
Oakland Raiders vs. Houston Texans
Saturday, Jan. 7
1:35 p.m. PT
Play-by-play: Sean McDonough
Color Analysts: Jon Gruden
Sideline: Lisa Salters/Adam Schefter
Westwood One Sports
Play-by-play: Ian Eagle
Color Analyst: Trent Green
Sideline: Laura Okmin
Sunday's game will air on 95.7 The Game.
Play-by-play: Greg Papa
Color Analyst: Tom Flores
Sideline: Lincoln Kennedy
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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