The Vikings vs. Raiders live TV and streaming online 2015 NFL game arrives for Week 10 as these two teams both continue their seasons with postseason aspirations. Two young quarterbacks will be featured as Derek Carr and Teddy Bridgewater battle it out on the gridiron. Will Oakland get a huge win to go 5-4 in front of their home area fans, or will a 6-2 Minnesota team continue to stay within range of the Green Bay Packers for their division? The 2015 NFL live streaming and televised coverage comes via FOX affiliates.
The NFL.com website reported good news on Nov. 14 for Minnesota Vikings fans as quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was cleared to start in this game at Oakland after suffering a head injury last weekend. The young quarterback drafted back in 2014 at No. 32 in the first round, has already accumulated 4,589 passing yards and 20 touchdown passes so far in his career. He’ll try to keep his team several games above .500, but will have a tough task against another quarterback from the second round of the 2014 draft: Derek Carr.
Carr has racked up 40 touchdowns and 5,364 total yards passing so far in his career. While his win-loss record sits at just 7-17, he has guided his newest team to a 4-4 start, which has fans excited in Oakland. Carr has a 104.3 quarterback rating for this latest season with 2,094 yards passing and 19 touchdowns, showing how he may be emerging as one of the future stars of the league. A rivalry between he and Bridgewater could certainly become something for fans to anticipate and today’s matchup could give a glimpse into the start of it.
The point spread first opened in Vegas at 2-1/2 points in favor of the home team, but the Raiders (5-3 ATS) has since moved up to as high as 3-1/2 point favorites at various books. On the moneyline, Oakland is just a -155 favorite with the Vikings (7-1 ATS) priced as +135 underdogs. Today’s points total sits at 44-1/2 for the complete game. Minnesota currently ranks among the top 10 contenders for the Super Bowl, as they are 20 to 1 favorites to win it all. Oakland is a bit lower down the list as more of a longshot at 80 to 1.
Sunday’s Vikings vs. Raiders game gets started at 4:05 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised coverage arrives through Fox affiliate stations in participating regions around the country. For live streaming online feeds, cable and satellite subscribers in participating regions can check out Fox Sports Go, or NFL Game Pass, Verizon NFL Mobile and Sunday Direct Ticket subscribers can log into their appropriate websites or apps. Live audio commentary is available on Sirius XM Satellite Radio channels 93 and 112 for the home and away team coverage, respectively.