Sunday's Raiders home game against the Indianapolis Colts failed to sell out by the league-mandated deadline Thursday afternoon. Therefore, it won't be televised locally. The Raiders sold out only one of their eight regular-season games for the second straight season.

The Raiders need a victory over the Colts to remain in contention for the AFC West title and the automatic playoff berth that goes to the winner of the division. The Colts are tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars atop the AFC South at 8-6 and have qualified for the playoffs each of the past eight seasons.

Sunday's game marks only the second Coliseum appearance of Colts quarterback Peyton Manning since he joined the NFL in 1998. He played in Oakland for the first time in 2007 and guided the Colts to a 21-14 victory.

The Raiders did not ask for an extension beyond the deadline for selling out the game, which signifies that plenty of tickets remain.