Oakland Raiders vs. Cleveland Browns: How to follow along with Sunday's game

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The Oakland Raiders need a win, and they'll have that opportunity this Sunday when they play host to the Cleveland Browns.

The Browns just captured their first win of their own last Thursday, after going all of 2017 without a victory. Rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield has been dubbed as the real deal, and even though it's early on he's shown signs of becoming the signal-caller the Browns have been looking for. Last week the Silver and Black struggled once again in the fourth quarter, failing to maintain the lead for the third straight game. Head Coach Jon Gruden and his coaching staff are working to solve the problem, and I expect Derek Carr and Co., to rebound at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

For those not attending the game, here's how to follow along with the action.

Here's how to watch the game:

Oakland Raiders vs Cleveland Browns

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Sunday, September 30

1:05 p.m. PT

Broadcast Information

Television:

FOX

Play-by-play: Kenny Albert

Color analyst: Ronde Barber

Sideline: Megan Olivi

Radio:

Raiders Radio Network

Flagship: KCBS 740-AM/106.9-FM Listen Live Here

Play-by-play: Brent Musburger

Color analyst: Lincoln Kennedy

Sideline: Chris Townsend

Spanish Flagship: La Z 1490-AM/107.5-FM

Play-by-play: Fernando Arias

Color analyst: Ambrosio Rico

Online

Be sure to follow along with the Raiders.com or listen live in-market with our official mobile app.

Game Feed

In case you're unable to follow along on a television set, or just want to view live updates from the game, follow along with the Oakland Raiders Official Game Feed on Raiders.com.

NFL Game Pass

Watch Sunday's game replay online with the NFL Game Pass after the game. In fact, you can replay every NFL game online with Game Pass.

International fans in select countries can watch regular season games LIVE online as well. Game Pass is also available in Europe!

NFL Game Pass provides ON DEMAND replays of all 256 Regular Season Games, Playoff Games and Super Bowl, On-Demand, in HD in the United States.

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