Chiefs vs. Raiders: Game time, TV schedule, injury updates and more

Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE

It's the AFC West's bottom-feeders game, and the team most likely to win is the one that will make the fewest mistakes.

The Oakland Raiders will square off against the only team in the division in more dire straits than they are at this point on Sunday at the O.co Coliseum: the Kansas City Chiefs.

How bad is the Raiders' hated division rival? They are last in the NFL in total offense, averaging a dismal 15.0 points per game and 335.6 yards through the air. The Raiders (3-10) have a porous defense that will need an offensively-challenged opponent to help them get things right on that side of the ball.

Neither team has a chance to make the playoffs, as the AFC West has already been wrapped up by the Denver Broncos. Interestingly, the loser of the game will be one of the front-runners for the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, so there's that.

Another interesting storyline is whether or not Terrelle Pryor will get reps during the game. He'll likely dress, and since they have nothing to lose, he may see some action. Why not? It's time for Oakland to see if their third-round pick can actually play.

Game Date/Time: Sunday, Dec. 16, 1:25 p.m. PT, O.co Coliseum

Location: O.co Coliseum, Oakland, California

TV Schedule: CBS and DIRECTV 716

Radio Schedule: Sirius XM Radio: 94

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