If you're in the red, you'll get the Broncos-Raiders game on your local CBS station this weekend. Those in the blue will get Steelers-Bengals (including Alaska and Hawaii), those in the green will get Titans-Jets, those in yellow will get Bills-Eagles, those in the orange will get Chargers-Chiefs, and those in the light blue will get Colts-Jaguars.
(If you're not in the red, there's other ways you can catch the game.)
Denver (10-2) will host Oakland (5-7) in their second showdown of the season (Denver won the first contest, 16-10. The Raiders had been hot in recent weeks but fizzled out last week with a 34-20 loss to the Chiefs.
The Broncos can clinch a playoff berth several ways this weekend. Essentially, if the Broncos win and Kansas City loses to San Diego, Denver will clinch the division (there's also some monotonous tying scenarios).
Next week, the Broncos play the Steelers, followed by the Bengals, and a season finale against San Diego. The next few weeks will be vital for AFC playoff seeding.
First things first, though, Denver will have to take care of business this week.
Denver is 49-59-2 against the Raiders all-time, including a 24-28-2 record at home. However, they have not lost to Oakland since 2011.
Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts will call the game with Evan Washburn reporting from the sideline.
Kickoff on CBS is schedueld for 2:05 p.m. Mile High Time.