The Arizona Cardinals hope to even their record at 1-1 as they play on the road for the first time this season. They face the Las Vegas Raiders, who also lost their season opener.
It is the first game that Raiders pass rusher Chandler Jones will face his former team. He is the Cardinals’ all-time leader in sacks.
The Cardinals are getting healthier. After missing J.J. Watt and Justin Pugh, both are likely to play against the Raiders, who are down three starters this weekend and will have a rookie center starting.
The Raiders are favored in this game.
Are you planning on watching or listening to it? We have all that information below.
Cardinals at Raiders game information
The Cardinals and Raiders kick off Sunday afternoon at 4:25 p.m. ET at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Cardinals at Raiders TV, coverage map, broadcast team
The Cardinals are on CBS for the second week in a row but get smaller regional coverage in Week 2 rather than being the No. 1 game on the schedule.
The game will air on CBS in the blue areas of the graphic below from 506 Sports.
Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta will call the game from the booth with A.J. Ross reporting from the sideline.
Cardinals at Raiders streaming options
It can be streamed live on the NFL app or Arizona Cardinals app if you are in a location where the game will be televised. You can also stream the game on FuboTV (Watch for free).
Cardinals at Raiders radio info
The Cardinals’ regular radio broadcast in English will air on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. Dave Pasch and Ron Wolfley will call the game with Paul Calvisi reporting from the sideline.
The team’s Spanish radio broadcast will air on KQMR 100.3 FM. Luis Hernandez and Jose Romero call the game.
The Raiders’ team broadcast in English will air on KOMP 92.3 FM in the Las Vegas area and KRLV 920 AM. Jason Horowitz and Lincoln Kennedy call the game.
The Spanish broadcast is on Deportes Vegas 1480 AM. Cristian Echeverria and Harry Ruiz call the game.