Watch NFL Team: The Oakland Raiders face the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 10 in NFL Week 1. Here is all the info you need to watch.

Two teams that finished with winning records clash in Week 1. The Oakland Raiders travel to Nashville to play the Tennessee Titans. They both feature talented, but different offenses.

How To Watch Raiders vs Titans:


Tennessee is all about pounding the rock, but they’re trying to get better all around. With DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry at running back that approach makes sense. However, this offseason they added some weapons for quarterback Marcus Mariota. With their fifth-overall pick Tennessee added wide receiver Corey Davis out of Western Michigan. They also picked up veteran wide out Eric Decker and may finally be a dangerous passing team.

For Oakland, they were already a dangerous team through the air. Quarterback Derek Carr has excelled at spreading the ball between receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree. Now they’ve added slot receiver Cordarrelle Patterson and tight end Jared Cook for Carr to utilize. Like Tennessee, they also want to be more rounded, so they made a splash move to acquire former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch. If he can regain some of the spark he had before retiring, Oakland will be a force in the AFC.

You can always catch these games with the Sunday NFL Ticket streaming package — which is of course a paid service.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, Sept. 10
Start time: 1:00 p.m. EST
Location: Nashville, TN
Stadium: Nissan Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV, NFL Game Pass for replays

Both franchises are in line to win their divisions and a victory on opening night would go a long way towards helping them in that endeavor. Subsequently, this should be a fun clash to open up the season.

Oakland Raiders at (-2) Tennessee Titans, 1 p.m. ET
Mike: Titans: You’re gonna hear all about the Titans’ run game this week and how well it matches up against the Oakland defense. That’s certainly true; Tennessee has a big edge. But just wait until the Titans go over the top for a play-action dagger.
Ricky: Raiders: The Titans are going to be really good, but it could take some time for Marcus Mariota and his new offensive toys to get on the same page. The Raiders, meanwhile, showed in 2016 what they’re capable of with a healthy Derek Carr. Oakland will take some chances, create some turnovers (the Raiders had a plus-16 turnover differential last season; tied with the Chiefs for the best in the NFL) and ultimately squeak out a Week 1 win over an upstart AFC contender.
Andre: Titans: The Raiders allowed 6.1 yards per play last season, the most in the league, and masked that atrocious defense by forcing tons of turnovers. Mariota has developed quickly and doesn’t make many mistakes (just one interception in his final six games last year) and I think the Titans’ elite running game can eat the clock and propel them to victory.

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