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Raiders vs. Seahawks 2014: Live streaming, time, TV schedule and radio

The defending champs look to keep Oakland winless.

The 2014 season has been a long and disappointing one for the Oakland Raiders. It could get even worse this Sunday when Oakland takes on the defending champion Seattle Seahawks.

The Raiders have produced many firsts this season. They were the first team to start a rookie quarterback and the first to fire their head coach. Now they just need their first win. The Oakland offense has struggled mightily to put points on the board, eclipsing 14 just once this season. Meanwhile, the defense has actually performed capably in several spots with Khalil Mack proving himself worthy of the fifth-overall pick in this year's draft.

The Seahawks haven't gotten off to the strong start many expected. They've dropped two of their last three games, and have sunk to third in the NFC West standings. A close win over the Carolina Panthers a week ago kept them within two games of the division leading Arizona Cardinals who they play in three weeks.

For a rookie starter, Derek Carr has played reasonably well. He's completing 61 percent of his passes while limiting interceptions to just 2 percent of his throws. Most of his throws have gone to James Jones and Andre Holmes, a duo that combines for 95 targets, 59 receptions, 797 yards and seven touchdowns. Though Carr isn't an overly mobile quarterback, Carr can pick up yards when needed. On 12 scrambles, he's collected 67 yards and a touchdown.

Russell Wilson is off to the best start of his career. At his current pace, he'll set personal records for passing yards (3,406), completion percentage (65.2) and fewest interceptions (seven). Marshawn Lynch hasn't been quite so hot of late. He's on pace to eclipse 1,100 yards but is likely to finish without double-digit rushing touchdowns for the first time since 2010.

The Raiders enter Sunday's game with a record of 0-7. The Seahawks come in at 4-3.

NFL Week 9

How to watch

Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle

When: 4:25 p.m. ET

TV: CBS

Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon

Radio: Raiders Radio Network, Seahawks Radio Network

Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile

Odds

The Seahawks are 16-point favorites according to OddsShark.

Further reading

For more on the Raiders, check out Silver & Black Pride. For additional coverage of the Seahawks, head on over to Field Gulls.