Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders: how to watch, listen, stream the Week 4 game of 2k18.

Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders live stream info, TV channel Predictions, teams, betting tips: How to watch NFL Football week 4 2018 online coverage.

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Oakland will look to defend their home turf on Sunday against Cleveland at 4:05 p.m. With a combined 858 yards in their previous game, we can expect a fast-paced game.
Oakland came up short against Miami last Sunday, falling 28-20. Jordy Nelson and Derek Carr were two go-getters for Oakland despite the defeat. The former caught passes for 173 yards and 1 touchdown, while the latter passed for 345 yards and 1 touchdown.
Cleveland had a rough outing against New Orleans two weeks ago, but a little bit of home cooking seems to have fixed things right up. Cleveland secured a 21-17 win over the Jets.
Cleveland’s win lifted them to 1-1-1 while Oakland’s loss dropped them down to 0-3. In their win, Cleveland relied heavily on Carlos Hyde, who rushed for 98 yards and 2 touchdowns. Oakland will need to find a way to minimize his impact if they want to win.
How To Watch
When: Sunday at 4:05 PM ET
Where: Oakland Coliseum, California
TV: FOX
Follow: CBS Sports App
Prediction
The Raiders are a slight 2.5 point favorite against the Browns.
This season, Oakland is 1-2-0 against the spread. As for Cleveland, they are 3-0-0 against the spread
Series History
Oakland won the only game these two teams have played in the last 4 years.
2015 – Cleveland Browns 20 vs. Oakland Raiders 27
Oakland Raiders vs Cleveland Browns: Time, TV channel, score, how to watch live online. The Oakland Raiders vs Cleveland Browns will square off this Sunday afternoon from Soldier Field. The Bears (2-1) will look to gain a stronger hold onto the lead in the NFC North, while the Buccaneers (2-1) are looking to shake off their first loss of the season.
Will coach Dirk Koetter go with the hot hand of Ryan Fitzpatrick or the returning Jameis Winston at quarterback? That’s the question that is overriding all else in Tampa as the Buccaneers face the Chicago Bears on Sunday at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET on FOX, DirecTV or try FuboTV (free trial). The history between the Bears and Buccaneers goes back quite some time. The squads used to be a part of the NFC Central division in the NFL. That division existed between 1970 and 2001 before realignment. The Buccaneers joined the NFC Central in 1977 a year after the team entered the NFL. After realignment, the Bucs moved to the NFC South. Chicago won the first meeting between the two teams by a score of 10-0 in 1977.
The sharks are beginning to circle around the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are bleeding after losing their first three games of the season. Raiders coach Jon Gruden might start hearing calls for his ouster if the Raiders lose to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at 1:05 p.m. PT/4:05 p.m. ET on FOX, DirecTV or try FuboTV (free trial).
The Cleveland Browns, with a win finally under their belts, will travel to Oakland to take on the Raiders on Sunday afternoon.
Baker Mayfield will play his first game under center as the Browns’ starter after leading Cleveland (1-1-1) to its first win in 635 days in Week 3. Mayfield took the field after Tyrod Taylor suffered a concussion just before halftime and led the team in a stunning comeback against the Jets. The rookie QB completed 17-of-23 attempts for 201 yards, bringing his team back from an 11 point deficit entering the half and emerging with a 21-17 victory over New York.
The Raiders (0-3) are looking for their first win of 2018 after suffering three straight losses to start the season. Oakland fell to the Miami Dolphins 28-20 in Week 3 despite quarterback Derek Carr going 27-of-39 and throwing for 345 yards. Carr threw one TD to receiver Jordy Nelson in the opening drive and Marshawn Lynch found the end zone in the third quarter. A field goal gave the Raiders the lead going into the final quarter of play, but Oakland was unable to match a 14-point fourth quarter from Miami.

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