Oakland Raiders

RANK: #10

   

RECORD: 7-9

   

AFC RECORD: 7-5

   
2016 Schedule
09/11
at New Orleans
 
09/18
ATLANTA
 
09/25
at Tennessee
 
10/02
at Baltimore
 
10/09
SAN DIEGO
 
10/16
KANSAS CITY
 
10/23
at Jacksonville
 
10/30
at Tampa Bay
 
11/06
DENVER
 
11/13
OPEN DATE
 
11/21
Houston (Mexico City)
 
11/27
CAROLINA
 
12/04
BUFFALO
 
12/08
at Kansas City (Thu.)
 
12/18
at San Diego
 
12/24
INDIANAPOLIS (Sat.)
 
01/01
at Denver
 
2015 Results
W
ST. LOUIS (Fri.)
18-3
L
at Minnesota (Sat.)
12-20
L
ARIZONA (Sun.)
23-30
L
at Seattle (Thu.)
21-31
 
Regular Season
 
L
CINCINNATI
13-33
W
BALTIMORE
37-33
W
at Cleveland
27-20
L
at Chicago
20-22
L
DENVER
10-16
 
OPEN DATE
 
W
at San Diego
37-29
W
N.Y. JETS
34-20
L
at Pittsburgh
35-38
L
MINNESOTA
14-30
L
at Detroit
13-18
W
at Tennessee
24-21
L
KANSAS CITY
20-34
W
at Denver
15-12
L
GREEN BAY
20-30
W
SAN DIEGO (Thu.)
23-20
L
at Kansas City
17-23
2017 NFL Draft: Ravens Cook up a running game

2017 NFL Draft: Ravens Cook up a running game

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February 20 Cook isn't quite the workhorse that Elliott is, the former Florida State star is just as dangerous with the ball in his hands and capable of making an immediate impact. FULL STORY

Raiders still committed to Las Vegas

Raiders still committed to Las Vegas

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February 09 The loss of financial backers won't stop the Oakland Raiders in their attempt to move to Las Vegas, team president Marc Badain told the Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board on Thursday. FULL STORY

NFL Notebook: Tomlinson, Jones headline HOF class

NFL Notebook: Tomlinson, Jones headline HOF class

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February 04 Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and longtime Seattle Seahawks safety Kenny Easley were selected to the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday along with LaDainian Tomlinson, Terrell Davis, Jason Taylor, Kurt Warner and Morten Andersen. FULL STORY

AFC holds off NFC to win low-scoring Pro Bowl

AFC holds off NFC to win low-scoring Pro Bowl

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January 29 In the lowest-scoring Pro Bowl since 1998, the AFC made two first-half goal-line stands Sunday night and then held off the NFC's final drive to secure a 20-13 win at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. FULL STORY

DEPTH CHART

full roster
Offense
QB 4
Derek Carr
6-3
214
3
RB 28
Latavius Murray
6-3
225
4
FB 49
Jamize Olawale
6-1
240
4
WR 89
Amari Cooper
6-1
211
2
WR 15
Michael Crabtree
6-1
215
7
TE 88
Clive Walford
6-4
250
2
C 61
Rodney Hudson
6-2
300
6
OG/T 77
Austin Howard
6-7
330
7
G 66
Gabe Jackson
6-3
336
3
OG 70
Kelechi Osemele
6-5
330
5
OT 72
Donald Penn
6-4
315
11
Defense
DE 97
Mario Edwards
6-3
280
2
NT 90
Dan Williams
6-3
315
7
DT 78
Justin Ellis
6-2
335
3
DE/OLB 52
Khalil Mack
6-3
250
3
OLB 51
Bruce Irvin
6-3
250
5
MLB 50
Ben Heeney
6-0
230
2
OLB 53
Malcolm Smith
6-0
225
6
CB 29
David Amerson
6-1
205
4
CB 21
Sean Smith
6-3
220
8
S 42
Karl Joseph
5-11
200
R
S 27
Reggie Nelson
5-11
210
10
SPECIAL TEAMS
K 11
Sebastian Janikowski
6-1
260
17
P 7
Marquette King
6-0
190
5
2015 RANKINGS
OFFENSE
PER GAME
RANK
Scoring
22.4
T-17
Rushing
91.1
28
Passing
242.2
16
Total
333.5
24
DEFENSE
PER GAME
RANK
Scoring
24.9
T-21
Rushing
104.9
13
Passing
258.8
26
Total
363.6
22
TO MARGIN
PER GAME
RANK
+1
17