WEEK 11 – CINCINNATI BENGALS AT OAKLAND RAIDERS BY THE NUMBERS

Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders – By The Numbers

By Shawn Jonas

TEAM STATSRAIDERS BENGALS
Points Per Game23.115.2
Points Allowed Per Game26.728.8
Total Yards378.6339.1
Yards Passing248.7268.8
Yards Rushing129.970.3
Yards Allowed398.7436.2
Pass Yards Allowed300.2263.2
Rush Yards Allowed98.4173.0

POINT SPREAD

RAIDERSBENGALS









5-40-9


SPREAD CONSENSUS PICK
+10.5SPREAD-10.5
+420MONEY LINE-540
OVER/UNDER 48.5
Photo by Shawn Jonas of Derek Carr during post game interview with Erin Andrews 11/07/2019
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Photo of Derek Carr by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19

Season Leaders

PASSING YARDS

OAK Derek Carr 199-281, 2202 YDS, 14 TD, 4 INT

CIN Andy Dalton 204-338, 2252 YDS, 9 TD, 8 INT

Photo of Josh Jacobs by Shawn Jonas at Oakland Alameda County Coliseum 11/07/2019
Photo of Raiders FB Alec Ingold 11/07/2019 by Shawn Jonas

RUSHING YARDS

OAK Josh Jacobs 168 CAR, 811 YDS, 4.83 PER ATT 7 TD

CIN Joe Mixon 131 CAR, 434 YDS, 3.31 PER ATT 0 TD

Photo of Darren Waller at Oakland Alameda County Coliseum 11/07/2019 by Shawn Jonas
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Photo of Tyrell Williams by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19

RECEIVING YARDS

OAK Darren Waller 51 REC, 588 YDS 3 TD

CIN Tyler Boyd 57 REC, 598 YDS 1 TD

RAIDERSSTATISTICSBENGALS
29:56 (15th)TIME OF POSSESSION28:31 (27th)
248.7PASSING YARDS PER GAME268.8
20.0FIRST DOWNS19.3
48 %3RD DOWN PERCENTAGE40 %
370.1TOTAL YARDS PER GAME316.1
+2TURN OVER DIFFERENTIAL-11
70.8COMPLETION PERCENTAGE59.8
284ATTEMPTS368
129.9RUSHING YARDS PER GAME70.3
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Photo of Maxx Crosy by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19
Photo of Erik Harris’ Interception of Phillip Rivers 11/07/2019 by Shawn Jonas
Photo of Raider DE Clelin Ferrell Sacking Phillip Rivers on 11/07/2019 by Shawn Jonas
355.6DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME363.8
25.2RUSHING ATTEMPTS PER GAME33.6
3.9AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH5.2
22.8FIRST DOWNS PER GAME21.9
45 %3RD DOWNS PERCENTAGE44 %
30:04DEFENSE TIME ON FIELD31:29
502PENALTY YARDS623
98.4RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME173.0
283.2PASSING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME256.4
2.22SACKS PER GAME1.11
.78INTERCEPTIONS PER GAME.33
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Photo by Shawn Jonas

Offensive Stat Comparison

STATBengalsRaiders
Yards/Play4.8 6.1
Points/Play0.2330.382
Rush Play %32.26% 45.69%
Pass Play %67.74% 54.31%
Completion %59.78% 70.77%
3D Conv %39.68% 47.75%
RZ Scoring %33.33% 60.61%
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Photo by Shawn Jonas of Arden Key and Maxx Crosby at NRG Stadium Houston, TX 10/27/2019

Defensive Stat Comparison

STATDETOAK
Opp Yards/Play6.7 6.1
Opp Points/Play0.450 0.428
Opp Completion %65.78% 65.92%
Opp 3D Conv %44.34% 45.37%
Opp RZ Scoring %46.88% 64.52%

The following is a preview of the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Oakland Raiders to be played on November 17, 2019. Statistics and rankings below include all games played prior to Week 11 of the 2019 NFL season.

Detailed Team Records (Through Week 10)

 BengalsRaiders
Overall Record0-95-4
Home Record0-44-1
Away Record0-51-3
Division Record0-32-1
Conference Record0-53-2
Inter-conference Record0-42-2
Strength of Victory0-0 (.000)19-26-1 (.424)
Strength of Schedule53-29-1 (.645)46-38-1 (.547)
Vs. Common Opponents0-00-0
StreakL9W2
Turnover Margin-11+2

Offensive Rankings (Through Week 10)

 BengalsRaiders
Total Yardage26th (316.1 YPG)13th (370.1 YPG)
Points Scored29th (15.2 PPG)15th (23.1 PPG)
Rushing Yardage30th (70.3 YPG)8th (129.9 YPG)
Passing Yardage14th (245.8 YPG)15th (240.2 YPG)

Defensive Rankings (Through Week 10)

 BengalsRaiders
Total Yardage Allowed32nd (429.4 YPG)26th (381.7 YPG)
Points Allowed28th (28.8 PPG)26th (26.7 PPG)
Rushing Yardage Allowed32nd (173.0 YPG)10th (98.4 YPG)
Passing Yardage Allowed22nd (256.4 YPG)30th (283.2 YPG)
DEFENSE
 BengalsRaiders
OPPONENT POINTS SCORED259240
Total Touchdowns2930
Rushing126
Passing1424
Returns30
Field Goals18/2110/12
Extra Points27/2730/30
OPPONENT FIRST DOWNS197205
Rushing8349
Passing104122
Penalty1034
Third Down Conversions47-106 (44.3%)49-108 (45.4%)
Fourth Down Conversions3-5 (60.0%)6-8 (75.0%)
OPPONENT YARDS GAINED3,8653,435
Opponent Rushing Yards1,557886
Rushing Yards Per Game173.098.4
Rushing Attempts302228
Rushing Average5.163.89
Opponent Passing Yards (Net)2,3082,549
Attempts-Completions-Pct263-173 (65.8%)314-207 (65.9%)
Sacks – Opponent Yards Lost10-6120-153
Intercepted by37
Opponent Punts3431
Average Yards43.145.9
Opponent Kickoff Returns719
Kickoff Return Yards141383
Kickoff Return Average20.1420.16
Touchdowns00
Opponent Punt Returns1121
Punt Return Yards63227
Punt Return Average5.7310.81
Touchdowns00
Opponent Penalties-Yards75-62360-502
Opponent Fumbles-Recovered7-48-3

Injury Report

Here’s a look at the players listed on the Oakland Raiders’ Week 11 injury report:

OAKLAND RAIDERS

PlayerPositionInjuryWed
Trent Brown TKneeLP
Dwayne Harris WR/RSFootFP
Rodney Hudson CAnkleLP
Josh Jacobs RBShoulderLP
Lamarcus Joyner SHamstringDNP
Josh Mauro DEGroinLP
David Sharpe TCalfLP
Tahir Whitehead LBShoulderFP

Here’s a look at the players listed on the CINCINNATI BENGALS’ Week 11 injury report:

CINCINNATI BENGALS

PlayerPositionInjuryWed
Tyler EifertTENIRDNP
Alex EricksonWRBackDNP
A.J. GreenWRAnkleDNP
KirkpatrickCBKneeDNP
SampleTEAnkleDNP
Bobby HartOTShoulderLP
RedmondGKnee/AnkleLP

Oakland Raiders Activate CB Isaiah Johnson

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have activated CB Isaiah Johnson to the 53-man roster, the club announced Monday.

Johnson was selected 129th overall by the Raiders in the 2019 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound corner spent the first eight weeks of his rookie campaign on Reserve/Injured List after appearing in one game during the preseason.

Johnson was a four-year letterman at Houston, appearing in 45 games at Houston from 2015-18. After joining the Cougars as a wide receiver his freshman year, Johnson converted to cornerback following his sophomore season and appeared in 23 games and made 15 starts over his final two seasons, totaling 115 tackles (88 solo), four interceptions and 16 passes defensed.

In a corresponding move, the Raiders have released LB Brandon Marshall.

Press Release Courtesy of the Oakland Raiders Media Relations

WEEK 9 – LIONS VS. RAIDERS BY THE NUMBERS

Detroit Lions at Oakland Raiders – By The Numbers

By Shawn Jonas

TEAM STATSRAIDERS LIONS
Points Per Game21.625.7
Points Allowed Per Game27.426.6
Total Yards378.7395.9
Yards Passing247.3299.0
Yards Rushing131.496.9
Yards Allowed391.3433.3
Pass Yards Allowed298.4302.6
Rush Yards Allowed92.9130.7

POINT SPREAD

RAIDERSLIONS






3-43-3-1

SPREAD CONSENSUS PICK
-2SPREAD+2
-130MONEY LINE+110
OVER/UNDER 50.5
Photo of Derek Carr by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19

Season Leaders

PASSING YARDS

OAK Derek Carr 158-219, 1410 YDS, 11 TD, 4 INT

DET Mathew Stafford 161-250, 2093 YDS, 16 TD, 4 INT

Photo of Josh Jacobs by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19

RUSHING YARDS

OAK Josh Jacobs 124 CAR, 620 YDS, 5.00 PER ATT 4 TD

DET Kerryon Johnson 92 CAR, 308 YDS, 3.35 PER ATT 2 TD

Photo of Darren Waller’s Touchdown by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19
Photo of Tyrell Williams by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19

RECEIVING YARDS

OAK Darren Waller 46 REC, 496 YDS 3 TD

DET Kenny Golliday 31 REC, 508 YDS 6 TD

RAIDERSSTATISTICSLIONS
30:06 (15th)TIME OF POSSESSION30:31 (13th)
240.4PASSING YARDS PER GAME282.7
19.6FIRST DOWNS23.4
49 %3RD DOWN PERCENTAGE41 %
371.9TOTAL YARDS PER GAME379.6
-3TURN OVER DIFFERENTIAL+3
72.1COMPLETION PERCENTAGE64.4
222ATTEMPTS250
131.4RUSHING YARDS PER GAME96.9
Photo of Maxx Crosy by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19
Photo by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19
355.6DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME363.8
27.4RUSHING ATTEMPTS PER GAME26.9
4.8AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH3.6
21.9FIRST DOWNS PER GAME24.4
47 %3RD DOWNS PERCENTAGE47 %
29:54DEFENSE TIME ON FIELD30:54
397PENALTY YARDS338
92.9RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME130.7
285.3PASSING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME289.7
1.86SACKS PER GAME1.86
.43INTERCEPTIONS PER GAME.43
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Photo by Shawn Jonas
Photo by Shawn Jonas at NRG Stadium 10/27/19

Offensive Stat Comparison

StatDETOAK
Yards/Play5.9 6.2
Points/Play0.396 0.358
Rush Play %41.41% 45.50%
Pass Play %58.59% 54.50%
Completion %64.40% 72.07%
3D Conv %40.86% 48.84%
RZ Scoring %61.90% 58.33%

Defensive Stat Comparison

StatDETOAK
Opp Yards/Play6.0 6.1
Opp Points/Play0.381 0.443
Opp Completion %59.93% 67.77%
Opp 3D Conv %47.25% 47.13%
Opp RZ Scoring %57.14% 66.67%

The following is a preview of the game between the Detroit Lions and the Oakland Raiders to be played on November 3, 2019. Statistics and rankings below include all games played prior to Week 9 of the 2019 NFL season.

Detailed Team Records (Through Week 8)

 Detroit LionsOakland Raiders
Overall Record3-3-13-4
Home Record2-22-1
Away Record1-1-11-3
Division Record0-21-1
Conference Record2-2-12-2
Inter-conference Record1-11-2
Strength of Victory9-15 (.375)10-12 (.455)
Strength of Schedule30-25-1 (.545)33-21 (.611)
Vs. Common Opponents0-30-3
StreakW1L2
Turnover Margin+3-3

Offensive Rankings (Through Week 8)

 Detroit LionsOakland Raiders
Total Yardage11th (379.6 YPG)14th (371.9 YPG)
Points Scored12th (25.7 PPG)18th (21.6 PPG)
Rushing Yardage22nd (96.9 YPG)7th (131.4 YPG)
Passing Yardage5th (282.7 YPG)15th (240.4 YPG)

Defensive Rankings (Through Week 8)

 Detroit LionsOakland Raiders
Total Yardage Allowed31st (420.4 YPG)25th (378.1 YPG)
Points Allowed26th (26.6 PPG)28th (27.4 PPG)
Rushing Yardage Allowed26th (130.7 YPG)9th (92.9 YPG)
Passing Yardage Allowed32nd (289.7 YPG)30th (285.3 YPG)

Statistical Comparison (Through Week 8)

OFFENSE
 Detroit LionsOakland Raiders
TOTAL POINTS SCORED180151
Total Touchdowns2019
Rushing26
Passing1612
Returns21
Field Goals14/176/7
Extra Points18/1919/19
FIRST DOWNS143137
Rushing3149
Passing10184
Penalty114
Third Down Conversions38-93 (40.9%)42-86 (48.8%)
Fourth Down Conversions2-4 (50.0%)5-7 (71.4%)
TOTAL YARDS GAINED2,6572,603
Rushing Yards678920
Rushing Yards Per Game96.9131.4
Rushing Attempts188192
Rushing Average3.614.79
Passing Yards (Net)1,9791,683
Attempts-Completions-Pct250-161 (64.4%)222-160 (72.1%)
Times Sacked – Yards Lost16-1148-48
Had Intercepted44
Punts2930
Average Yards43.847.9
Kickoff Returns99
Kickoff Return Yards261283
Kickoff Return Average29.0031.44
Touchdowns10
Punt Returns1312
Punt Return Yards4286
Punt Return Average3.237.17
Touchdowns00
Penalties-Yards57-43159-544
Fumbles-Lost7-58-4
DEFENSE
 Detroit LionsOakland Raiders
OPPONENT POINTS SCORED186192
Total Touchdowns2224
Rushing75
Passing1419
Returns10
Field Goals11/158/10
Extra Points19/2024/24
OPPONENT FIRST DOWNS171153
Rushing4233
Passing10395
Penalty2625
Third Down Conversions43-91 (47.3%)41-87 (47.1%)
Fourth Down Conversions1-5 (20.0%)4-4 (100.0%)
OPPONENT YARDS GAINED2,9432,647
Opponent Rushing Yards915650
Rushing Yards Per Game130.792.9
Rushing Attempts193178
Rushing Average4.743.65
Opponent Passing Yards (Net)2,0281,997
Attempts-Completions-Pct282-169 (59.9%)242-164 (67.8%)
Sacks – Opponent Yards Lost13-9013-92
Intercepted by33
Opponent Punts2526
Average Yards48.246.5
Opponent Kickoff Returns3112
Kickoff Return Yards653255
Kickoff Return Average21.0621.25
Touchdowns00
Opponent Punt Returns1118
Punt Return Yards25208
Punt Return Average2.2711.56
Touchdowns00
Opponent Penalties-Yards44-33847-397
Opponent Fumbles-Recovered14-96-2

Injury Report

Here’s a look at the players listed on the Oakland Raiders’ Week 8 injury report:

Oakland Raiders:

Pos.PlayerInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame Status
TTrent BrownCalfFullFull
WR/RSDwayne HarrisFootDid not part.Did not part.
CRodney HudsonAnkleDid not part.Did not part.
GGabe JacksonKneeFullFull
RBJosh JacobsShoulderLimitedLimited
OLAndre JamesAnkleDid not part.Did not part.
DEJosh MauroGroinDid not part.Did not part.
LB Tahir WhiteheadWrist/ShoulderLimitedLimited
WRTyrell WilliamsFootLimitedFull
SErik HarrisIllness(not listed)Did not part.
DTP.J. HallShoulder(not listed)Limited

Here’s a look at the players listed on the DETROIT LIONS’ Week 8 injury report:

Detroit Lions:

PlayerPositionInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame status
Damon Harrison Sr.DTgroin/resting veteranFPNP
Tracy WalkerDBkneeNPNP
Tra CarsonRBhamstringnot listedLP
Mike DanielsDTfootLPLP
Graham GlasgowC/GbackNPLP
Amani OruwariyeCBkneeLPLP
Darius SlayCBhamstringLPLP
Da’Shawn HandDLnot injury relatedNPFP
Matthew StaffordQBhipFPFP

Oakland Raiders Announce Transactions

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have signed free agents LB Will Compton, C Erik Magnusonand DT Terrell McClain, the club announced Wednesday.

Player                                                   Pos.                       Ht.          Wt.        College

Compton, Will                                   LB                           6-1          235         Nebraska

Magnuson, Erik                                 C                             6-6          300         Michigan

McClain, Terrell                                 DT                           6-2          302         South Florida

Compton: Has appeared in 68 games and made 35 starts over his seven years in the NFL, seeing game action with both the Washington Redskins (2014-17) and the Tennessee Titans (2018) and totaling 274 tackles (163 solo), one sack, three INTs, 12 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries…Posted career highs in 2016 with the Redskins in tackles (104 solo), passes defensed (five) and fumble recoveries (two), while also adding one forced fumble and one INT.

Magnuson: Has appeared in eight games and made three starts over his first two seasons in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers after originally being signed as an undrafted free agent in 2017…Spent the first eight weeks of 2019 on the Buffalo Bills’ practice squad…Appeared in 46 games and made 37 starts along the offensive line during his five-year career at Michigan…Earned First Team All-Big 10 honors in 2016 after starting all 12 games as a senior. 

McClain: Originally drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the third round (65th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft and also made stints with New England Patriots (2012), Houston Texans (2012-13), Dallas Cowboys (2014-16), Washington Redskins (2017, Atlanta Falcons (2018), while most recently playing in two contests for the Kansas City Chiefs this year…Over his nine-year career, has appeared in 89 contests and made 34 starts, totaling 129 tackles (85 solo), 7.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries.

In corresponding moves, the Raiders have waived LB Dakota Allen and released DE Kasim Edebali andDT Corey Liuget.

Press Release Courtesy of the Oakland Raiders Media Relations

Oakland Raiders Sign LB Brandon Marshall

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have signed free agent LB Brandon Marshall, the club announced Tuesday.

Marshall returns to the Raiders after signing with the club this past offseason as an unrestricted free agent. Originally a fifth-round selection (142nd overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2012 NFL Draft, Marshall spent the last six seasons (2013-18) with the Denver Broncos and now enters his eighth year in the league. Marshall has appeared in 74 career contests and made 63 starts during his first seven seasons, totaling 412 tackles (301 solo), 6.5 sacks, two interceptions, 21 passes defensed, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. In seven playoff appearances including four starts, he has compiled 20 stops (seven), two passes defensed and one forced fumble.

Last season, Marshall appeared in 11 games and made seven starts with the Broncos, totaling 42 stops (22) and one pass defensed. Over his six seasons with the Broncos, Marshall recorded three years with at least 100 tackles, two of which led the club in 2014 and 2017. In 2015, Marshall posted 101 tackles (76), starting in all 16 contests for the Broncos in addition to three postseason starts.

A native of Las Vegas, Nev., Marshall was a four-year starter from 2008-11 at Nevada. He recorded 259 tackles (145), including 40 for loss, six sacks, three interceptions, three forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries while with the Wolf Pack. 

In a corresponding move, the Raiders have waived LB Justin Phillips.

Phillips joined the team’s practice squad after the roster cut-down day before being elevated to the club’s active roster ahead of Week 4. In three contests with the Raiders, Phillips totaled four tackles (two solo) on defense and added another three stops on the special teams unit.

Press Release Courtesy of the Oakland Raiders Media Relations

Stockton Kings Announce 2019-20 Training Camp Roster

Stockton, Calif. – Today, the Stockton Kings – the NBA G League affiliate of the Sacramento Kings – announced their 17-man training camp roster for the 2019-20 season.

The roster is comprised of returning players as well as those acquired through the Stockton Kings open tryouts process and Saturday’s NBA G League Draft.  

Sacramento Kings two-way players Kyle Guy and DaQuan Jefferies will join Stockton’s training camp.

Below is the complete 2019-20 training camp roster (listed in alphabetical order according to last name):

PlayerPos.Ht.Wt.BirthdateSchool/CountryAcquisition
David CrispG6-019009/27/96Washington/USADraft Pick
Cody DempsG6-419312/02/93Sacramento State/USAReturning
TyQuane GoardF6-721003/01/93Marshall/USADraft Pick
Marcus GravesG6-118706/09/96Sacramento State/USADraft Pick
Derrick GriffinC6-723009/03/93Texas Southern/USATrade
Eric MikaC6-1023305/01/1995Brigham Young/USAAffiliate
Bradley NairnF6-621507/08/1996Henderson State/USALocal tryout
Randy OnwuasorG6-321005/09/95Louisiana State/USALocal tryout
QJ PetersonG6-018510/12/94Virginia Military/USALocal tryout
Isaiah PineiroF6-721502/02/95San Diego/USAAffiliate
Troy ThompsonG6-419012/28/94Praire View A&M/USALocal Tryout
Hollis ThompsonF6-820604/03/91Georgetown/USATrade
Tyler UlisG5-1014901/05/96Kentucky/USAAffiliate
Gabe VincentG6-320006/14/96CSU Santa Barbara/USAReturning
Isaiah WrightG6-218003/11/96San Diego/USADraft Pick
Kyle GuyG6-116708/11/97Virginia/USATwo-Way
DaQuan Jeffries F6-5230     08/30/97Tulsa/USATwo-Way

HEAD COACH: Ty Ellis 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Phil Ricci, Tyler Gatlin, Kyle Nishimoto 

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER: Katie Babcock

HEAD PERFORMANCE & STRENGTH COACH: Ernie DeLosAngeles

Training camp for the 2019-20 season begins on Monday, October 28 and the team’s Media Day will take place on Tuesday, October 29 at the Stockton Kings practice facility in Natomas. Media must RSVP to Sabrena Hernandez at shernandez@stocktonkings.com.

The Stockton Kings tip-off the 2019-20 season on Friday, November 8 against the Santa Cruz Warriors, the NBA G League affiliate of the Golden State Warriors at Stockton Arena. Tickets are on sale now at StocktonKings.com/Tickets or by visiting the Stockton Arena box office. 

For more information on the Stockton Kings, visit StocktonKings.com or follow us on Twitter and Instagram @StocktonKings and “like” the Stockton Kings on Facebook at Facebook.com/KingsStockton

Press Release Courtesy of the Stockton Kings Media Relations

HEAT FALL IN ELEVEN ROUND SHOOTOUT WITH CONDORS, 3-2


STOCKTON, Calif. – 
The Stockton Heat raced out to a 2-0 lead but could not hold on late, ultimately dropping a 3-2 decision after a marathon shootout against Bakersfield Friday night at Stockton Arena. Dillon Dube netted his first goal of the season for the Heat in the first period, a shorthanded strike, before Glenn Gawdin potted the home team’s second goal of the game during the second period. Bakersfield answered before the second intermission, cutting the Heat lead in half with 4:10 remaining in the period, then tied the game in the third. After a scoreless overtime, the Condors prevailed in an 11-round shootout four goals to three. 

Photo by Shawn Jonas
Photo by Shawn Jonas

GOALIES

W: Stuart Skinner (27 shots, 25 saves)

SOL: Jon Gillies (20 shots, 18 saves)

Photo by Shawn Jonas
Photo by Shawn Jonas

NOTABLE STATISTICS

Three Stars: First – Colby Cave (1a, SOG), Second – Glenn Gawdin (1g), Third – Stuart Skinner (25 svs)

Final Shots: STK – 27, BAK – 20

Power Plays: STK – 0-3, BAK – 0-4

Dillon Dube’s shorthanded goal in the first period was his first goal of the year. It was Stockton’s second shorthanded tally of the season.

Glenn Gawdin netted his second goal of the season during the second period of play, giving him six points (2g,4a) in Stockton’s last five games.

– The game was Stockton’s first that went beyond regulation.

– Stockton is now 1-1-0-1 on the year against Bakersfield, 4-0 against all other teams.

– The result snaps a two-game win streak for the Heat and a two-game losing skid for the Condors. Stockton maintains a three-game point streak.

UP NEXT

The Heat face off against Bakersfield once again Saturday night, the back end of a weekend home-and-home. Stockton returns to home ice on Friday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. against the San Jose Barracuda

Week 8 – Raiders vs. Texans By The Numbers

Oakland Raiders at Houston Texans 2019 – By The Numbers

TEAM STATSRAIDERS TEXANS
Points Per Game21.226.4
Points Allowed Per Game27.523.4
Total Yards378.8413.0
Yards Passing241.0278.9
Yards Rushing137.8134.1
Yards Allowed388.3378.9
Pass Yards Allowed301.7294.6
Rush Yards Allowed86.784.3

POINT SPREAD

RAIDERSTEXANS



3-34-3
SPREAD CONSENSUS PICK
+7SPREAD7
+255MONEY LINE310
OVER/UNDER52
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Derek Carr Photo by Shawn Jonas

Season Leaders

PASSING YARDS

OAK Derek Carr 140-189, 1410 YDS, 8 TD, 4 INT

HOU Deshaun Watson 165-235, 1952 YDS, 13 TD, 5 INT

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs 2019. Photo by Shawn Jonas

RUSHING YARDS

OAK Josh Jacobs 109 CAR, 554 YDS, 5.08 PER ATT 4 TD

HOU Carlos Hyde 111 CAR, 461 YDS, 4.16 ATT 3 TD

Raiders TE Darren Waller 2019. Photo by Shawn Jonas

RECEIVING YARDS

OAK Darren Waller 44 REC, 485 YDS 2 TD

HOU DeAndre Hopkins 49 REC, 508 YDS 3 TD

RAIDERSSTATISTICSTEXANS
31:06 (10th)TIME OF POSSESSION30:45 (12th)
233.0PASSING YARDS PER GAME261.9
20.3FIRST DOWNS23.4
50 %3RD DOWN PERCENTAGE49 %
370.8TOTAL YARDS PER GAME396.0
-3TURN OVER DIFFERENTIAL0
74.0COMPLETION PERCENTAGE69.1
192ATTEMPTS236
137.8RUSHING YARDS PER GAME134.1
28.2RUSHING ATTEMPTS PER GAME26.4
4.9AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH4.9
Raiders Benson Mayowa . Photo by Shawn Jonas
355.6DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME363.8
20.7FIRST DOWNS21.0
48 %3RD DOWNS PERCENTAGE46 %
28:54DEFENSE TIME ON FIELD29:15
347PENALTY YARDS409
86.7RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME84.3
289.8PASSING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME275.6
1.67SACKS PER GAME2.43
.5INTERCEPTIONS PER GAME.43

Photo by Shawn Jonas

Team Rankings


OAKTEXANS
HOME RECORD2-1-02-1-0
AWAY RECORD1-2-02-2-0
RECORD3-2-04-2-0
POINTS SCORED/GAME21.2 (18th)26.4 (9th)
POINTS ALLOWED/GAME27.5 (29th)23.4 (18th)
TAKEAWAY DIFF.-3 (25th)0 (16th)
PASS YDS/GAME233 (15th)261 (11th)
RUSH YDS/GAME137 (6th)134 (8th)
DEF. PASS YDS/GAME289 (31st)275 (29th)
DEF. RUSH YDS/GAME86 (5th)84 (3rd)
Raiders QB Derek Carr 2019 Photo by Shawn Jonas

Offensive Stat Comparison

StatOAKHOU
Yards/Play6.0 6.2 *
Points/Play0.344 0.411 *
Rush Play %45.80%  *42.89%
Pass Play %54.20% 57.11% *
Completion %73.96%  *69.07%
3D Conv %50.00%  *48.84%
RZ Scoring %56.52% 65.38% *

Defensive Stat Comparison

StatOAKHOU
Opp Yards/Play6.3 5.7 *
Opp Points/Play0.460 0.374 *
Opp Completion %67.49%  *67.51%
Opp 3D Conv %47.95% 46.24% *
Opp RZ Scoring %68.42% 68.18% *

Injury Report

Here’s a look at the players listed on the Oakland Raiders’ Week 8 injury report:

Pos.PlayerInjuryWednesdayThursday
TTrent BrownCalfLimitedLimited
WR/RSDwayne HarrisAnkleFullFull
CRodney HudsonAnkleDid not part.Limited
GGabe JacksonKneeDid not part.Limited
RBJosh JacobsShoulderDid not part.Did not part.
DEArden KeyKneeDid not part.Limited
WRTyrell WilliamsFootLimitedLimited
RBJalen RichardAnkle(not listed)Limited

Here’s a look at the players listed on the Houston Texans’ Week 8 injury report:

Pos.PlayerInjuryWednesdayThursday
WRWill Fuller VHamstringDid not part.Did not part.
G/TTytus HowardKneeDid not part.Did not part.
C/GGreg ManczConcussionDid not part.Did not part.
ILBDylan ColeHamstring/KneeLimitedFull
STashaun Gipson Sr.Back/Hamstring/ WristLimitedLimited
TRoderick JohnsonNeckLimitedLimited
RBTaiwan JonesHipLimitedFull
CBJohnathan JosephHamstring/NeckLimitedLimited
CBBradley RobyHamstringLimitedLimited
LSJon WeeksAnkleLimitedFull
SA.J. Moore Jr.KneeFullFull
SJustin ReidShoulderFullFull
WRKenny StillAnkle/HamstringFullFull

Marvin Bagley III Medical Update

SACRAMENTO, CA – An MRI conducted this morning on Kings forward Marvin Bagley III revealed a non-displaced fracture (right thumb) sustained during Wednesday’s game vs. Phoenix. Bagley is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. His status will be updated as appropriate.

The second year 234 lb. 6-11 Forward out of Duke had earned a starting role in 2019. The Kings had high hope for Bagley coming into the 2019 season after he missed 20-game his rookie year due to injury.

Marvin Bagley III

#35

POS: Forward

HT: 6-11

WT: 234

DOB: 3/14/99

College: Duke

Years: 2

Drafted: 2018

2nd overall – Sacramento

  • Born Marvin Bagley III on Mar. 14, 1999
  • Son of Marvin Bagley Jr. and Tracy Bagley
  • As a native of Durham, N.C. his father played college football at North Carolina A&T
  • Has two brothers, Marcus and Martray
  • Loves to write and record music
  • Played one season of high school basketball with the 2018 No. 1 pick, Deandre Ayton during 2015-16
  • While living in Los Angeles, he volunteered at Hoops with Hear, a non-profit benefitting underprivileged youth.

Oakland Raiders Sign DE Kasim Edebali

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have signed DE Kasim Edebali, the club announced Wednesday.

Edebali, a 6-foot-2, 253-pound defensive end, joins the Raiders for his sixth year in the NFL after entering the league in 2014 as an undrafted free agent and spending his first three seasons (2014-16) with the New Orleans Saints. Edebali would go on to spend the 2017 campaign with the Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions and most recently appeared in action with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2018. Over his career, Edebali has appeared in 62 contests and made two starts, logging 49 tackles (36 solo), eight sacks, three passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

A native of Hamburg, Germany, Edebali has appeared in 16 contests in three different campaigns and set a single-season career high of five sacks in 2016 with the Saints. 

Edebali played his collegiate ball at Boston College, appearing in 49 contests and totaling 166 tackles (88). 11 sacks, 15 passes defensed, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. 

Additionally, the Raiders have signed OL Kyle Kalis to the team’s practice squad.

Kalis is a 6-foot-4, 306-pound offensive lineman that entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Washington Redskins in 2017. He appeared in three games for the Indianapolis Colts that season after being claimed by the club from the Redskins. Last season, the former Michigan Wolverine appeared in four games with the Cleveland Browns.

Press Release Courtesy of the Oakland Raiders Media Relations