Oakland Raiders

Stadium: O.co Coliseum | Coach: Jack Del Rio
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense25th92.9 (24th)217.9 (21st)
Defense25th113.9 (19th)246.7 (23rd)

Last Game

Thu, October 19
Oakland Coliseum
on CBS Sports
Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders

Game Leaders

Passing: A. Smith (25-36, 342)
Rushing: K. Hunt (18-87)
Receiving: T. Hill (6-125)

Passing: D. Carr (29-52, 417)
Rushing: D. Washington (9-33)
Receiving: A. Cooper (11-210)


Sat Aug 12
L 10 - 20@ARI
Sat Aug 19
L 21 - 24LAR
Sat Aug 26
L 20 - 24@DAL
Thu Aug 31
L 13 - 17SEA
Sun Sep 10
W 26 - 16@TEN
Sun Sep 17
W 45 - 20NYJ
Sun Sep 24
L 10 - 27@WAS
Sun Oct 1
L 10 - 16@DEN
Sun Oct 8
L 17 - 30BAL
Sun Oct 15
L 16 - 17LAC
Thu Oct 19
W 31 - 30KC
Sun Oct 29
1:00 pm ET
Sun Nov 5
8:30 pm ET
Sun Nov 19
4:25 pm ET
Sun Nov 26
4:25 pm ET
Sun Dec 3
4:25 pm ET
Sun Dec 10
1:00 pm ET
Sun Dec 17
8:30 pm ET
Mon Dec 25
8:30 pm ET
Sun Dec 31
4:25 pm ET


Kansas City5-2-01-1-0
Los Angeles2-4-01-2-0
Raiders' Jalen Richard: Contributes 76 total yards Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Richard rushed nine times for 31 yards and brought in all four targets for 45 yards in Thursday's 31-30 win over the Chiefs.

Richard and backfield mate DeAndre Washington split carries evenly after Marshawn Lynch was ejected in the second quarter, but Richard notably outpaced Washington through the air. The 24-year-old equaled a season high in carries while establishing a new high-water mark in receptions as well. Despite the extend action Thursday, Richard, like Washington, appears destined to serve as a complementary option in any game in which Lynch suits up.

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Raiders' Michael Crabtree: Secures game-winning touchdown Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Crabtree brought in three of seven targets for 24 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 31-30 win over the Chiefs.

Crabtree made up for a sluggish and inefficient night in spectacular fashion, bringing in a game-tying two-yard touchdown throw on the third of three untimed downs at the end of regulation. The veteran receiver went low and towards the pylon to make the grab, which was easily upheld upon review. The nine-year veteran's nose for the end zone has led to touchdown receptions in three straight contests and six overall on the season. The explosive re-emergence of fellow pass catcher Amari Cooper on Thursday did eat into Crabtree's targets on the night, but continued strong play opposite him can only help the latter over the long term by taking away defensive attention. Crabtree will look to turn in a more productive overall effort versus the Bills in Week 8.

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Raiders' Jared Cook: Explodes for first 100-yard receiving effort
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cook brought in six of seven targets for 107 yards in Thursday's 31-30 win over the Chiefs.

The veteran tight end appeared to momentarily be the hero when he brought in a contested 29-yard reception with 23 seconds remaining that was initially ruled a touchdown. However, Cook was ruled down at the 1-yard line upon replay review, setting up a heart-stopping game-ending sequence in which the Raiders finally prevailed on Michael Crabtree's two-yard touchdown reception on the last of three untimed downs. The 30-year-old Cook established new season highs in both receptions and yardage with Thursday's effort, which marked his first time eclipsing the century mark since Week 11 of last season. He'll look to build on the performance versus the Bills in a Week 8 matchup.

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Raiders' Amari Cooper: Explodes out of slump Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cooper brought in 11 of 19 targets for 210 yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's 31-30 win over the Chiefs.

It appeared the Raiders were intent on ensuring that Cooper's multi-game funk wouldn't last another week, as they peppered him with just one less target than Jared Cook, Michael Crabtree and Seth Roberts combined. As his final stat line implied, the third-year wideout made stellar plays throughout the night, including on both of his first-quarter scores. The Alabama product logged a 38-yard touchdown on a somewhat controversial play in which he appeared to push off, and he then came back with a 45-yard scoring reception later in the period. The game marked the 23-year-old's first multi-touchdown effort of the season, while the receiving yardage was a career high. He'll look to utilize the explosive effort as a launchpad to continued success when the Raiders face off with the Bills on the road in Week 8.

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Raiders' DeAndre Washington: Leads backfield in Lynch's absence Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Washington rushed nine times for 33 yards and a touchdown and brought in three of four targets for seven yards in Thursday's 31-30 win over the Chiefs.

Washington and backfield mate Jalen Richard drew even in carries on the night following the second-quarter ejection of Marshawn Lynch, but he outperformed Richard on the ground by getting into the end zone for the first time this season. The 24-year-old also logged season highs in carries and rushing yardage, but both he and Richard remain as complementary options for the time being any time that Lynch is helming the backfield.

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