Arizona Cardinals-Oakland Raiders: Game Time, TV/Radio Schedule
By Scott Allen
The Arizona Cardinals travel to Oakland, California to take on the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon for an NFL interconference matchup
The Arizona Cardinals travel north to take on the Oakland Raiders for their first regular-season trip to Oakland since October of 2006, a game that the Cards lost 22-9. The last time they faced each other was in Glendale in 2010 and the Cards won that one 24-23.
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Where: O.co Coliseum, Oakland, CA
TV: Fox 10 (Phoenix) Dick Stockton (play-by-play), Brady Quinn (color analyst)
Radio: ArizonaSports 98.7 FM (Phoenix), Dave Pasch (play-by-play), Ron Wolfley (color analyst), Paul Calvisi (sideline reporter)
Spanish: Jose 106.9/107.1 FM Gabriel Trujillo (play-by-play), Rolando Cantu (color analyst)
SiriusXM Internet 800 (Cards feed), SiriusXM 225/Internet 822 (Raiders feed)
Arizona: Defensive end Calais Campbell and tight end Troy Niklas are both ruled out for Sunday. Defensive tackle Frostee Rucker is questionable but is expected to play.
Oakland: Receiver Vincent Brown and cornerback Keith McGill are both out. Defensive end Justin Tuck is quetionable.
Right now you are looking at two teams that seem to be headed in different directions as the Cards are 4-1 and the Raiders are 0-5 but Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr has played pretty well. He has eight touchdown passes and five interceptions. He’s not afraid to make tough throws. Oakland has close losses to the New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers.
Cards fans eyes will be back on quarterback Carson Palmer. Not only is he playing in his second game back from a three-game absence due to a nerve injury in his shoulder, he is playing his former team for the first time. Palmer indicated his arm was about 85 percent the other day. He looked good last weekend, so I expect an even greater performance against the Raiders.
Prediction: Arizona could struggle for awhile It is possible. I still think though the Cards have too many weapons. However, the old saying goes any given Sunday. For this Sunday though, I think the Cards will pull it out. Cards 33 Raiders 24