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

Suns Blow by Kings In Season Opener 124-95

PHOENIX (1-0)
SAC {0-1)
1234T
SACRAMENTO KINGS2930171995
PHOENIX SUNS25293238124
MatchupKINGSSUNS
FG34-8749-98
Field Goal %39.150.0
3PT10-2911-33
Three Point %34.533.3
FT17-2615-18
Free Throw %65.483.3
Rebounds5757
Offensive Rebounds129
Defensive Rebounds3535
Assists1731
Steals513
Blocks59
Total Turnovers2714
Points Off Turnovers356
Fast Break Points1127
Points in Paint3468
Fouls2425
Technical Fouls11
Flagrant Fouls00
Largest Lead1132
PLAYERMINFG3PTFTOREBDREBREBASTBLKSTLTOPFPTS
Dedmon 141–30–11–1156110233
Bagley III 286–160–02–446100111114
Barnes 305–111–31–30661014312
Hield 3110–196–122–22352005228
Fox 273–70–12–4011500558
Holmes 170–20–01–2145010131
Joseph 213–60–14–40114113210
Ferrell 41–21–20–0011000003
Bjelica 212–61–40–0134202105
Swanigan 20–00–01–2112010111
James 00–00–00–0000000000
Jeffries 00–00–00–0000000000
Giles 00–00–00–0000000000
Guy 00–00–00–0000000000
Ariza 212–51–22–2123000127
Gabriel 20–00–01–2101000101
Bogdanovic 221–100–30–0022200122
Totals24034-8710-2917-261235471755262495
PLAYERMINFG3PTFTOREBDREBREBASTBLKSTLTOPFPTS
Ayton 339–140–00–038110410218
Saric 212–71–42–2044011017
Oubre Jr. 308–171–64–42791212121
Booker 3210–172–40–102210013522
Rubio 304–120–23–424611044211
Johnson 00–00–00–0000000000
Johnson 174–82–40–00222122110
Carter 184–73–50–00113101511
Kaminsky 194–70–31–1224200009
Bridges 231–40–23–4033103025
Diallo 20–00–02–2000000022
Jerome 00–00–00–0000000000
Harper 20–10–10–0000000000
Baynes 102–31–10–0022100245
Okobo 21–11–10–0000000003
Lecque 00–00–00–0000000000
Totals23949-9811-3315-1893544319131425124

Sacramento Kings Sign Buddy Hield to Contract Extension

The Sacramento Kings have signed guard Buddy Hield to a multi-year contract extension, according to General Manager Vlade Divac. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Buddy has made tremendous growth each season since joining the team and we are thrilled that he will remain a King as we continue to build an exciting future here in Sacramento,” said Divac. “He has quickly established himself as an elite shooter in the league and is an important part of our young, dynamic core.”

Hield is entering his fourth season in the NBA and has accrued averages of 14.9 points (.446 FG%, .419 3pt%, .874 FT%), 4.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 26.8 minutes per game in 244 games (149 starts) with the New Orleans Pelicans (2016-17) and the Sacramento Kings (2016-current). The sixth overall pick of the 2016 NBA Draft by the Pelicans amassed 20.7 points (.458 FG%, .427 3pt%, .886 FT%), 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 31.9 minutes per game as he played all 82 games (all starts) during the 2018-19 campaign for the Kings. Hield set career-highs in points, rebounds and assists per game as well as free-throw percentage.

The 6-foot-4, 220-pound guard also set a Kings single-season franchise record for 3-pointers made in 2018-19 with 278 made threes and is one of five players in NBA history with 275 or more 3-point field goals made in a single season. Hield was fourth in the NBA during the 2018-19 season in 3-point field goals made (278) and seventh in the NBA in 3-point field goal percentage (.427%) while the Bahamian native participated in the 2019 Mtn Dew 3-Point Contest in Charlotte, NC as part of All-Star Saturday Night festivities.

In Kings annals, Hield ranks first in 3-point field goal percentage (.429), fourth in 3-pointers made (513) and third in free-throw percentage among franchise leaders.

Raiders Acquire Third Round Draft Pick In Exchange for Gareon Conley

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have acquired a pick in the 2020 NFL Draft from the Houston Texans in exchange for CB Gareon Conley, the club announced Monday.

Conley was originally the Raiders’ first-round selection (24th overall) in the 2017 NFL Draft. He appeared in 23 games and made 20 starts for the Raiders during his tenure with the club, totaling 61 tackles (42 solo), four interceptions including one returned for a touchdown and 19 passes defensed. Conley started all six of his appearances for the Raiders in 2019.

Patrick Mahomes Injured; Appeared To Have Kneecap Popped Back Into Place On The Field OF Chiefs-Broncos game

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes was helped off the field during Thursday nights football game against the Denver Broncos after suffering an apparent injury to his right knee.

Patrick Mahomes warming up pregame in Oakland September 15, 2019. Photo by Shawn Jonas

Video from the game appeared to show a member of the Chiefs’ medical staff popping Mahomes’ kneecap back into place.

The injury occurred in the second quarter as the Chiefs went for it on fourth down and short. Mahomes picked up a first down on a quarterback sneak. As the pile cleared, Mahomes was seen tossing his helmet aside and covering his face with both hands, in obvious pain.

Mahomes was helped off the field to the Chiefs sideline. As they walked to the locker room he began to walk on his own power with some discomfort.

He walked into the Chiefs medical facility in the stadium and into the x-ray room. After only a couple of minutes he came out and the Chiefs immediately ruled him out for the rest of the game, per Erin Andrews.

The Chiefs later said Mahomes would undergo an MRI to determine the extent of the injury.

Mahomes himself let everyone know he was hopeful on Twitter.

Patrick Mahomes in Oakland September 15, 2019 Photo by Shawn Jonas

Before leaving the game, the NFL’s MVP was 10 for 11 with 76 yards.

Mahomes has thrown 15 touchdown passes and one interception this season. 

He was replaced by Matt Moore, 35, who was signed by the Chiefs on Aug. 27 after an injury to Chad Henne.

The Chiefs went on to win 30-6. The Chiefs Defense sacked Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco nine times including returning a strip sack fumble for a touchdown shortly after Patrick’s injury.

A couple big named NFL Quarterbacks chimed in on Twitter shortly after the news got out.

WEEK 7 – Oakland Raiders vs. Green Bay Packers By The Numbers

Team StatsRaiders Packers
Points Per Game20.623.7
Points Allowed Per Game24.619.2
Total Yards357.8370.8
Yards Passing223.4265.0
Yards Rushing134.4105.8
Yards Allowed368.2384.3
Pass Yards Allowed276.2259.8
Rush Yards Allowed92.0124.5

POINT SPREAD

RAIDERSPACKERS
3-25-1
SPREAD CONSENSUS PICK
+5.5SPREAD-5.5
+200MONEY LINE-240
OVER/UNDER47
Derek Carr Photo by Shawn Jonas

Season Leaders

PASSING YARDS

OAK Derek Carr 118-161, 1117 YDS, 6 TD, 3 INT

GB Aaron Rodgers 137-219, 1590 YDS, 8 TD, 2 INT

RB #28 Josh Jacobs Photo by Shawn Jonas

RUSHING YARDS

OAK Josh Jacobs 88 CAR, 430 YDS, 4.89 ATT 4 TD

GB Aaron Jones 89 CAR, 349 YDS, 3.92 ATT 8 TD

RECEIVING YARDS

OAK Darren Waller 37 REC, 359 YDSGB

GB Devante Adams 25 REC, 378 YDS

Clelin Ferrell Photo by Shawn Jonas


RAIDERSSTATISTICSPACKERS
31:24TIME OF POSSESSION31:57
213.8PASSING YARDS PER GAME249.7
20.2FIRST DOWNS21.0
48 %3RD DOWN PERCENTAGE31 %
348.2TOTAL YARDS PER GAME355.5
-1TURN OVER DIFFERENTIAL+4
73.3COMPLETION PERCENTAGE62.6
161ATTEMPTS219
134.4RUSHING YARDS PER GAME105.8
27.6RUSHING ATTEMPTS PER GAME26.0
4.9AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH4.1
Maurice Hurst Photo by Shawn Jonas

355.6DEFENSIVE YARDS PER GAME363.8
20.4FIRST DOWNS20.0
46 %3RD DOWNS PERCENTAGE34 %
28:36DEFENSE TIME ON FIELD28:03
327PENALTY YARDS501
92.0RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME124.5
236.6PASSING YARDS ALLOWED PER GAME239.3
1.8SACKS PER GAME3.0
.6INTERCEPTIONS PER GAME1.5

Team Rankings

OAKGNB
Home Record2-1-03-1-0
Away Record1-1-02-0-0
Record vs. Spread3-2-04-2-0
Points Scored/Game20.6 (19th)23.7 (14th)
Points Allowed/Game24.6 (21st)19.2 (9th)
Takeaway Diff.-1 (19th)+4 (7th)
Pass Yds/Game213 (24th)249 (13th)
Rush Yds/Game134 (8th)105 (17th)
Def. Pass Yds/Game263 (22nd)239 (13th)
Def. Rush Yds/Game92 (10th)124 (23rd)

Injury Report

NAME, POSSTATUSDATE
LARMARCUS JOYNER SQuestionableOct 16
TRENT BROWN OTQuestionableOct 16
DWAYNE HARRIS WRQuestionableOct 16
CLELIN FERRELL DEQuestionableOct 16
TYRELL WILLIAMS WRQuestionableOct 16
NAME, POSSTATUSDATE
DAVANTE ADAMS WRQuestionableOct 16
AARON RODGERS QBQuestionableOct 16
MARQUEZ VALDES-SCANTLING WRQuestionableOct 16
GERONIMO ALLISON WRQuestionableOct 16
JIMMY GRAHAM TEQuestionableOct 16

Oakland Raiders Acquire WR Trevor Davis

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Oakland Raiders have acquired WR Trevor Davis via a trade with the Green Bay Packers, the club announced Thursday.

As part of the trade terms, Oakland will send an undisclosed 2020 draft pick to the Packers in return for Davis.

Originally a fifth-round selection (163rd overall) by the Packers in the 2016 NFL Draft, the 6-foot-1, 188-pound speedster out of Cal has appeared in 31 games over his first four seasons, recording nine receptions for 122 receiving yards and one touchdown, while primarily being used as a return special list, logging 40 punt returns for 449 yards (11.2 avg.) and 35 kick returns for 791 yards (22.6 avg.).

In 2018, his year was cut short due to a hamstring injury that landed him on the Reserve/Injured List two times, allowing him to only appear in two contests throughout the campaign. In 2017, Davis appeared in all 16 contests for the first time in his career, serving as the primary returner for both kickoffs and punts. He tallied 24 punt returns for 289 yards (12.0 avg.) and 31 kickoff returns for 707 yards (22.8 avg.). His 12.0-yard punt return average ranked third in the NFL and sixth in club annals for a single season. Davis’ average of 12.1 yards per punt return since entering the NFL in 2016 ranks second league wide.

A native San Francisco, Calif., the former Cal Bear played two seasons at his local program, totaling 2,300 all-purpose yards, including 1,071 receiving yards and seven touchdown scores on 64 receptions, 1,110 yards and two touchdowns on 45 kickoff returns and 115 yards on 14 punt returns. During his senior year in 2015, Davis notched a team-best 1,407 all-purpose yards including 672 receiving yards on 40 receptions for a 16.8-yard average that ranked second on the team.

In a corresponding move, the Raiders have waived DB Juston Burris.

Press Release Courtesy of the Oakland Raiders Media Relations

Oakland Raiders Honor Linda Sanchez Through NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Awards

The Oakland Raiders selected Linda Sanchez, co-founder of Casa Sin Fronteras, as the recipient of the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. The NFL and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) have partnered for the ninth annual NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Awards during the 2019 celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The awards recognize the contributions of Hispanic leaders in each NFL market.

The Raiders honored Sanchez during a pregame ceremony last Sunday, September 15, before the Silver and Black played the Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

Sanchez, 28, is from Oaxaca, Mexico. Her activism started while organizing for the Federal Dream Act when she was a high school student. While attending UC Berkeley, she co-founded Casa Sin Fronteras (formally known as Dream House), was the coordinator of Entre Familia, a scholarship platform for undocumented youth pre-CA Dream Act and most recently founded Fuerza Indígena, a social enterprise to politically and economically uplift Fruitvale’s indigenous Mam population. She is deeply committed to uplifting migrant youth voices and working in collaboration with them to find their voice and power.

Each award recipient selects an organization of their choice that serves the local Hispanic community to receive a $2,000 donation.  Sanchez has chosen the UC Berkeley Chicano Latino Alumni Association- Undocumented Student program to receive this donation. 

Press Release Courtesy of the Oakland Raiders Media Relations