NY Giants vs. Raiders Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know

Will the G-Men pull off an upset this Sunday in Sin City?

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With the NY Giants at 2-6, any chance at saving the season means a win must be on the way this weekend vs. the Las Vegas Raiders. Things are a mess for the AFC West side, as they just fired Josh McDaniels and Big Blue great Antonio Pierce has been named the interim head coach.

The Giants will be without Darren Waller, but Daniel Jones will be back out on the field for the first time since he suffered his neck injury against the Dolphins in Week 5. Will Danny Dimes be able to power this team to a victory?

What time is the NY Giants vs. Raiders game?

This will be a bit of a later battle between the two sides, with kickoff set for 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon. Las Vegas will be rocking with quarterback Aidan O'Connell, a rookie, in place of the benched Jimmy Garoppolo.

What channel is the NY Giants vs. Raiders game on?

This showdown will be broadcast nationally on FOX - you can also stream it on the FOX sports app. Additional streaming options include fubo.TV, NFL+, YouTube Primetime and YouTube TV.

NY Giants vs. Raiders betting odds

Entering Sunday's meeting, the Raiders, the home team, are 1.5-point favorites over the Giants. Big Blue will hope to post an upset in this one, similar to the victory they posted over the Commanders just two weeks ago.

Note: Keep in mind that betting odds are subject to change leading up to kickoff.

How to listen to the NY Giants game on the radio

TV of course isn't the only way for you to follow the action from start to finish, as you can also stay caught up via the radio. Options include WFAN in New York on 660AM and 101.9 FM.

Latest NY Giants injury update ahead of the Raiders game

As we mentioned above, Jones is ready to start - he's been cleared for contact. Waller is out with a hamstring issue, while Tyrod Taylor also won't be able to suit up. It's up in the air if Andrew Thomas (hamstring) and Evan Neal (ankle) will be able to return, but there's optimism they'll start too.