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2019 Schedule
3-2, 2nd in AFC West

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders at Houston moves back to 1:25 pm PT kickoff.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Oct. 27 Week 8 flexible schedule changes: Raiders at Texans moved from 1 PM ET to 4:25 PM. Broncos at Colts moved from 4:25 PM ET to 1 PM. Both on CBS.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders have re-signed WR Marcell Ateman and released WR J.J. Nelson. The Raiders also re-signed G Lester Cotton, Sr. to the practice squad.

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LB Burfict has season-long suspension upheld

Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict will remain suspended for the remainder of the 2019 season, including the postseason, after his appeal was denied.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

NFL upheld its season-long suspension of Vontaze Burfict. Linebacker appealed for illegal helmet-to-helmet hit during Week 4 game vs. Colts.

Associated Press
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Gruden on Jay's firing: 'Welcome to the club, bro'

Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he was "obviously very disappointed" that his brother Jay was fired as coach of the Redskins. "My dad's been fired. I've been fired," Gruden said. "... Welcome to the club, bro."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Gruden, on if Jones trade is a sign that Tyrell Williams and J.J. Nelson might be out longer: "We don't know. It's a tough spot the last couple of weeks. Dwayne Harris, put him in that mix too. Those are three veteran receivers that we had expected to play and are not sure of their status. But we got to get ready to play Green Bay (after the bye) and they play a lot of bump and run and man-to-man. We'll start teaching Zay the plays and all that good stuff here after we're done with this.”

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Jon Gruden, on Zay Jones: “I like him. He was a very productive guy in college. Played in the slot, played split end and flanker. Tough guy, smart. I just think he has a lot of natural skills that are really well worth looking into. With all our injuries, I really credit [General Manager] Mike Mayock and his staff for the two trades that we made. Trevor Davis has really played big dividends for us. We expect more of the same from Zay.”

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders make it official...formally announce acquisition of WR Zay Jones in a trade with Buffalo for a draft pick in 2021, which will reportedly be a fifth-rounder. The Raiders waived WR Marcell Ateman, who was just promoted from the practice squad this weekend, in the corresponding roster move.

This Just In  

Bills have traded WR Zay Jones to Raiders for 2021 fifth-round pick.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears film — In the Week 5 loss to Oakland, the Chicago offensive line struggled to create a surge up front and communication breakdowns led to linebackers running free to the ball carrier at times. Very poor performance versus a Raiders defensive front seven that played with more energy and speed. Chicago averaged just 2.5 yards per carry on Sunday. And through five weeks, the club is averaging only 3.40 yards per carry (No.29 in the NFL).

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Nat, Greg & The Dysfunctional Redskins

Nat is joined by Greg Brady to run through what was an awesome weekend in the NFL. They chat London, Redskins & more. All made possible by Paddy Power fantasy.

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Raiders, Josh Jacobs 1; Bears, Khalil Mack 0

In the mammoth deal that sent Mack to the Bears, the draft pick was used to pick Jacobs. Jacobs came up big for the Raiders in London.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Jacobs rushed for two TDs and a career-best 123 yards on 26 carries. Mack had a fumble recovery and was shut out on the sack front. Advantage, Raiders, who now go into their bye week with two straight wins, a 3-2 record and with loads of momentum.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Jacobs came to the Raiders in the Khalil Mack trade. Basically. It was with the No. 24 overall pick, acquired as part of the package Oakland acquired from the Bears, that the Raiders used to select the Jacobs, and it was Jacobs who scored the go-ahead touchdown on a Marcus Allen-like leap over the pile in the fourth quarter as the Raiders pulled out the 24-21 victory in London.

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Josh Jacobs rallies Raiders past Bears 24-21

Josh Jacobs scored his second touchdown of the game with a leap from the 2-yard line with 1:57 to play, capping a 97-yard drive that helped the Oakland Raiders rally after blowing a 17-point lead to beat the Chicago Bears 24-21 on Sunday night.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

No Vontaze Burfict. No Tyrell Williams. No J.J. Nelson. No Clelin Ferrell. No Dwayne Harris. No problem for the Raiders in the first half against the Bears as Oakland built a 17-0 lead, their biggest advantage of the season, in dominating both lines of scrimmage. Indeed, the Raiders outgained the Bears, 208-44, in total yards. Add in three sacks. And with Jon Gruden's ball-control offense, that should bode well in the second half for the Raiders.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards213.824th
Rushing Yards134.49th
Points For20.6Tied-18th
Points Against24.6