NFL TV Schedule, Week 13: Raiders, 49ers, Tim Tebow Televised In Bay Area

The regular season is quickly winding down and both teams from the Bay are right in the thick of the playoff race. While the San Francisco 49ers have all-but-clinched the NFC West, the Oakland Raiders have a lot of work to do if they hope to earn their first postseason bid since 2002. Here is the TV schedule for the Bay Area and the surrounding regions.

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In early action on CBS at 10:00 a.m., the Raiders will face the Miami Dolphins, who are recently playing their best football of the season. Oakland is coming off a big win over the Bears and a victory could go a long way in claiming their spot atop the division.

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On FOX, you will get to see Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos take on the Minnesota Vikings at 10:00 a.m.. The Broncos are 5-1 since starting Tebow, while the Vikings have struggled all year and will be without star running back Adrian Peterson.

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 The 49ers will kickoff on CBS at 1:15 p.m. against the St. Louis Rams in what could potentially be a blowout. San Francisco will be looking to rebound after a tough loss on Thanksgiving and the Rams are a young team with a lot of injuries. This one should not be close.

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In primetime action on NBC, the Saints and Lions will square off in a battle of NFC title contenders. Kickoff is set for 5:10 p.m.

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