Monday Night Football Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders live streaming Free NFL Playoffs Week 16 Online, Monday 24 December 2018, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Oakland Alameda Coliseum, Oakland, California, United States, Time 08:15 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
In what might be the final NFL game in Oakland, the Raiders host the division-rival Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. It’s an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff from Oakland Alameda Coliseum. The city of Oakland has sued to kick the Raiders out next season ahead of the franchise’s 2020 move to Las Vegas. Oakland (3-11) has played well in its last two home games, a win over Pittsburgh and a seven-point loss to Kansas City, while Denver (6-8) must win out to avoid its first back-to-back losing seasons since the early 1970s. Sportsbooks list Denver as a three-point favorite, with the over-under for total points set at 44 in the latest Broncos vs. Raiders odds.
Before you make any Broncos vs. Raiders picks and predictions for Monday Night Football, you need to see what Vegas legend Micah Roberts has to say.
The longtime director of Station Casinos’ sportsbooks, Roberts has his finger on the Broncos’ pulse: He’s 10-3 in his last 13 spread picks for or against Denver, including fading the Broncos (-3) at home in Week 15 against Cleveland.
The Broncos we saw lose in Week 14 at San Francisco are really who they are,” Roberts wrote, urging readers to back Cleveland without hesitation. “They’ve been decimated with injuries at all positions and the loss at San Francisco was a reflection of trying to patch up the wide receivers, offensive line, linebackers and secondary.” The result: Browns 17, Broncos 16 — an outright upset. Anyone who has followed him is way up.
Now, Roberts has locked in a confident against-the-spread pick for Broncos vs. Raiders. He’s only sharing it over at SportsLine.
Roberts knows the Broncos bring a fierce pass rush led by Von Miller (14.5 sacks) and Bradley Chubb (12 sacks), who should wreak havoc on Derek Carr. The Raiders’ quarterback already has been sacked a career-high 47 times.
Offensively, Denver will rely on a punishing ground game that averages 5.0 yards per carry second-best in the NFL. Phillip Lindsay has scored nine touchdowns and averages 5.4 yards per tote. He’s the first undrafted rookie to be selected to the Pro Bowl on offense.
But just because Denver can be scary-good defensively doesn’t mean the Broncos will cover the Monday Night Football spread in Oakland, which shocked the Steelers 24-21 in its last home game.
The Raiders have covered two straight meetings with Denver and four of the past six. In Week 2, Oakland fell 20-19 at Denver as a 5.5 underdog, covering with ease. Carr, who will look to get the ball out quickly, is completing a career-high 68.4 percent of his throws. He has not been intercepted since Week 5.
Coach Jon Gruden got emotional this week talking about the potential NFL finale at the Coliseum, so you can bet the Raiders will go all-out for their Black Hole supporters.
We can tell you Roberts is leaning Under, but his much stronger play is on the spread. Roberts cites an extreme X-factor that has him going big on one side of the spread. He’s only sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.
The Christmas Eve showdown between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders looks to be more of a lump of coal in the collective stockings of NFL fans rather than a holiday gift.
Denver (6-8) and Oakland (3-11) are the two worst teams in the AFC West by a long shot, and nothing that happens during Monday’s contest will change that. Both teams are looking way up at the Chiefs and Chargers, with neither having any chance of catching their divisional foes.
The visiting Broncos could conceivably finish the season at .500 with a pair of wins to close out the campaign. That would obviously mean claiming victory in Oakland on Monday, but Denver has to like its chances given the Raiders’ league-worst record heading into Week 16.
It has been a long season for the Oakland Raiders, as they are one of only two teams in the NFL with only three wins. Currently, if the season ended tomorrow, they would have the second overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, which is good, because they have some major holes to fill.
On Monday night, the Silver and Black will play host to the Denver Broncos, as they look for their first win inside the AFC West. The Broncos, like the Raiders, have already been eliminated from playoff contention, and head coach Vance Joseph is really coaching for his job right now.
All of the action will go down inside the Oakland Coliseum, in what could be the Raiders last home game in the City of Oakland. The City sued the NFL, and the Raiders last week due to the team’s move to Las Vegas, and because of that, the franchise pulled their proposed offer to lease the stadium for one more season before moving to Sin City for the 2020 campaign.