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The Arizona Cardinals are hoping to build upon a strong showing against the Chiefs last week when they host the single-win Oakland Raiders this afternoon in the desert.
The start time for Sunday’s Arizona and Oakland football game is slated for 4:05 pm EST / 1:05 pm PST with TV coverage provided by CBS Sports. You can also watch Raiders vs Cardinals online live streaming without cable by choosing one of the following streaming services:
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Arizona (2-7) has put together two strong outings with rookie quarterback Josh Rosen despite winning only one of the contests.
Last week the Cardinals had a chance to take the lead at the Chiefs and a costly interception on a screen pass derailed the drive and the game. Arizona’s defense was all over Patrick Mahomes and held the star quarterback under 300 yards passing.
Oakland (1-8) have lost five games in a row since their overtime win against the Browns. Last week was another exercise in futility as the offense could only muster six total points against the Chargers.
The Cardinals playmaking safety Budda Baker will not be playing due to injury. His absence will help Derek Carr find targets down the field and take away a blitzing option for Arizona.