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Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers Game This Week Moved to Sunday Night

September 30th, 2013 at 4:29 PM
By Nicholas Gill

To accommodate the Oakland Athletics and their playoff aspirations, the Oakland Raiders home game with the San Diego Chargers game will be moved from Sunday afternoon to Sunday night at 8:35 [acific time. The game with air on NFL Network.

The Raiders enter the game with a 1-3 record, while the Chargers come in at 2-2. Oakland gave away a game to the Washington Redskins and San Diego came from behind to defeat Dallas last week.

The A's take on the Detroit Tigers in their American League Divisional Series starting Friday. Game two is Saturday, but the field crew needs time to switch the field from baseball to football. The move gives Raiders' quarterback Terrelle Pryor a few more hours to recover from the concussion suffered in week three. With Matt Flynn's performance against the Redskins, the better the chances Pryor plays, the better the chances Oakland has to win.

Raiders' head coach Dennis Allen wants to see Pryor symptom-free getting back on the field. It looks very good that he will play Sunday, because he passed the NFL concussion protocol last week, but still felt some symptoms Sunday, leading to him being inactive.



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Tags: Dennis Allen, Football, Matt Flynn, NFL, NFL Network, Oakland, Oakland Raiders, Sunday, Terrelle Pryor

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