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Raiders at Titans
Nov. 29
10 a.m. (Pacific)

Oakland (4-6) seeks to end a three-game slide when it plays struggling Tennessee (2-8) at Nissan Stadium. The Titans have dropped two straight and eight of nine, and are winless the past 10 home games. Four of their losses this season have been by a combined 12 points. The Raiders have lost three straight games against the Titans and seven of 10.

The Raiders lost 18-13 to the host Detroit Lions; the Titans lost 19-13 to the host Jacksonville Jaguars


QB Derek Carr vs. Titans pass defense — Carr threw for a season-low 164 yards with no scoring passes against Detroit in Week 11. The Titans are third against the pass, allowing 214.2 yards per game.

QB Marcus Mariota vs. Raiders pass defense — Mariota, the second overall pick in the 2015 draft, has thrown for 13 TDs with six INTs and completed 65.3 percent of 259 passes for 2,026 yards. Oakland is 30th against the pass, allowing 290.5 yards per game.

WRs Amari Cooper vs. Titans secondary — Cooper has not found the end zone in two straight games and had only catch for four yards against Detroit. The former Alabama star is averaging only 54.3 receiving yards the past four games.

Titans pass rush vs. Raiders O-line — The Raiders have allowed only 13 sacks (tied for fewest in the league) while the Titans have 31 sacks (fourth highest). Titans LB Brian Orakpo has six sacks the past six games.

RB Latavius Murray vs. Titans run defense — Murray had a season-low 28 rushing yards on 13 carries against the Lions. Tennessee is 17th against the run, surrendering 110.1 yards per game.

TE Delanie Walker vs. Raiders secondary — Walker had 109 receiving yards on eight catches against Jacksonville in Week 11. He ranks third among NFL tight ends since 2014 with 1,507 receiving yards.

At 2-8, the Titans are tied with San Diego and Cleveland for the worst record in the NFL.

The Titans' Marcus Mariota is the first rookie in NFL history to have two games with four TD passes and no interceptions.
Derek Carr needs one more 300-yard pasing game to join Rich Gannon (10 in 2002, when he was NFL MVP) and Carson Palmer (six in 2012) as only Raiders with six or more in a season.
Raiders safety Charles Woodson needs an interception to pass Ken Riley for fifth place on the career list. Riley finished his career with 65 interceptions. Charles Woodson only trails Dick "Night Train" Lane (68), Rod Woodson (71), Emlen Tunnell (79) and Paul Krause (81) on the NFL's all-time list.
The Titans are 30th in scoring, averaging 18.2 points per game, while Oakland is 27th in scoring defense, surrendering 25.9 points per game.
The Titans have been outscored by a league-worst 62 points in the fourth quarter. The Raiders are close behind, ranking 31st with a negative-52 differential

Ryan Fitzpatrick throws a 10-yard touchdown pass to Kendall Wright with 10 seconds remaining to lift visiting Tennessee to a 23-19 victory over Oakland on Nov. 24, 2013.

Rich Gannon throws for three touchdowns and runs for another as the host Raiders defeat the Titans 41-24 in the AFC championship game on Jan. 19, 2003.

The Titans have won three straight games against the Raiders and seven of 10. The Raiders are 1-4 against the Titans in regular-season games in Nashville, Tenn. The Raiders lead the series 27-23, including 4-0 postseason.

The Houston Oilers became the Tennessee Oilers after the 1996 season. The Oilers changed their name to the Titans in 1999.

Raiders coach Jack Del Rio had an 8-9 record against the Titans as Jacksonville head coach.
Titans LB Brian Orakpo has six sacks in two career games against the Raiders.
The Raiders have lost 37 straight games when tied or trailing after three quarters.

Raiders by 1.5 points

Updated: 11-27-2015

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