Raiders Vs. Vikings: Time, TV Schedule, Radio And More

The Oakland Raiders seek their second straight win under new quarterback Carson Palmer when they play the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The Raiders are coming off of an important 24-17 division win over the San Diego Chargers last weekend and can maintain their AFC West lead over the Chargers, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs with a victory this week.

The Raiders will have to do so without running back Darren McFadden, who is out with a foot injury. Michael Bush will make his third straight start as running back for the Riaders.

Following is general and TV information about Sunday's game:

Game Date/Time: Sunday, November 20; 10:00 a.m. PT

Location: Mall of America Field; Minneapolis, Minnesota

Records: Raiders (5-4); Vikings (2-7)

TV: CBS. Announcers: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play); Solomon Wilcots (color analyst).

Radio: KITS LIVE 105.3 FM. Announcers: Greg Papa, Tom Flores

Spanish Radio: KCNL 104.9. Announcers: Fernando Arias, Ambrosio Rico

Betting Line: According to OddsShark, the Raiders are one-point underdogs.

Online Coverage: Check out Silver and Black Pride for your Raiders fill. Click though to the Daily Norseman for more news on the Vikings.

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