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2-1, 2nd in AFC West

Can the Raiders win three in a row?

After consecutive wins over Baltimore and Cleveland, the Raiders are slim favorites in Chicago this weekend, according to ESPN's Football Power Index. Can they bag another victory?


Acting like he's been here before

How good has Raiders receiver Amari Cooper been as a rookie? His production so far has outpaced the combined total of the next seven receivers selected after him in the 2015 draft.

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Big week coming for Amari Cooper?

The Raiders' top rookie is off to a terrific start, with two 100-yard games in three weeks. Will it continue against a weak Bears secondary in Week 4? Fantasy cheat sheet (Insider)

Frelund's Week 4 NFL daily fantasy tips (1:48)
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2dBill Williamson

Khalil Mack listed as probable to face Chicago

The Raiders expect pass-rusher Khalil Mack and cornerback Charles Woodson, who have missed practice time this week, to play Sunday against the Bears.

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2dBill Williamson

Amari Cooper is an early YAC machine

Amari Cooper has been a beacon of light for the Oakland Raiders early in his rookie season, but where he's especially lethal is after the catch.

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So hard to love the Raiders

Oakland (-3) is getting some solid support from the public against a terrible Chicago squad. However, Dave Tuley isn't sold on the road favorite. Is he willing to bet on the Bears as a home underdog? Tuley's bets (Insider)

Alshon Jeffery out Sunday vs. Raiders (1:32)
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Can Oakland win another on the road?

After losing 11 road games in a row, it looks like the Raiders are poised for back-to-back wins away from home. Do the Bears have a shot with Jimmy Clausen under center? NFL Nation Week 4 predictions

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2dJeff Dickerson

Source: Bears WR Jeffery to sit another week

Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is expected to miss his third consecutive game Sunday because of a hamstring injury, according to a league source.

2dBill Barnwell

Grantland: The Worst Plays in NFL History

Every season, someone does something that gets nominated as an historically bad play, but just what does it take to make the cut as one of the worst of the worst?

Jaws: Future looking very bright for Raiders (1:13)
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Flags up by 1.2 per game in 1st 3 weeks over 2014

In 48 games over the first three weeks, according to STATS research, 878 penalties have been called. That's an average of 18.3 per game, up from 17.1 per game in the first three weeks of 2014.

Cousin Sal's Week 4 picks (3:05)
NFL Cold Hard Facts: Big names injured (2:11)
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Sapp avoids jail with plea deal in battery case

Hall of Famer Warren Sapp has taken a plea deal that spares him jail time in a domestic violence case involving a scuffle with his former girlfriend that began at a Las Vegas-area casino hotel.

What you need to know for Week 4 (1:05)
Who to draft for Week 4? (1:25)
How to bet on Oakland-Chicago (0:58)
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Keown: Mark Davis wants to stay in Oakland

ESPN The Magazine's Tim Keown talks about what Mark Davis is like, Davis' sentiments about the Raiders' potential relocation to L.A., his invention of the muff-style hand warmer and his hairstyle.

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Derek Carr is on the love list?

After back-to-back 300-yard performances, Matthew Berry is on-board the Carr bandwagon in Week 4. It doesn't hurt that he'll be going up against Chicago. Berry: Love/Hate

Team Stats

Passing Yards282.76th
Rushing Yards105.018th
Points For25.710th
Points Against28.728th

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