The Denver Broncos (12-3) will travel to play the Oakland Raiders (4-11) this weekend. Courtesy of 506Sports.com, we have a handy-dandy broadcast map to let you know if the game will be televised on your local CBS stations.
If you are in the GREEN, you will get this weekend's game. If you are not in the green, you can always go with DirecTV or a sports bar. Those in the blue will get San Diego vs. Kansas City and those in the red will get Buffalo vs. New England.
At 12-3, the Broncos already have a playoff berth wrapped up. The team will be playing for home field advantage on Sunday. Denver can clinch the AFC's top seed with a win or a Patriots loss.
Several NFL records will also be on the line. Quarterback Peyton Manning has already broke the single season passing touchdown record (51) and is 266 yards away from breaking the NFL's passing yards record (5,476). With 18 points, Denver can also break the all-time record of points scored in a season (589).
With one offensive score, the Broncos can break the NFL's record for offensive touchdowns in a single season (67). According to the team's official website, the team can also break the NFL's total touchdown record for a single season with four scores (giving them 76).
Denver is 45-59-2 against Oakland all-time. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:25 p.m. MT.
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