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Head Coach
Jon Gruden
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Olson
Defensive Coordinator
Paul Guenther
Special Teams Coach
Rich Bisaccia
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Josh Jacobs A Game-Time Call Against Titans

Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (shoulder) may not play against Tennessee on Sunday, with his status for Week 14 still up in the air. Jacobs has carried this designation over the last five weeks, and while he has been able to suit up during that span, this may be the first time that Oakland is without him this year. He was able to practice on Friday in a limited capacity after missing the previous two sessions, but if he is out, expect Deandre Washington to carry the load as the No. 1 option out of the backfield against an average Titans Defense. Keep an eye on his availability up until kickoff.

Josh Jacobs Inactive Week 14 Vs Titans

Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (shoulder) has been ruled out for week 14 vs Tennessee. Jacobs was attempting to play through a broken shoulder plate but was ruled out after testing his shoulder with trainers during pregame warmups. Jalen Richard and Deandre Washington would likely split work in Jacobs' absence with Richard having more fantasy relevance thanks to his role in the passing game.

21 hours ago
Deandre Washington Hits Paydirt As A Starting Fill-In

Oakland Raiders running back Deandre Washington wasn't as explosive as Josh Jacobs in Week 14, but he did a respectable job in the rookie's absence. He found the end zone on the team's first drive of the game, scoring from 14 yards out after an interception on defense gave them a short field. That was his longest rush of the game as he finished the afternoon with 53 yards on 14 carries. Washington contributed more as a pass-catcher, hauling in six of seven targets for 43 yards in a game where they were forced to play catch up in the second half. Sunday's loss provided a huge blow to the Raiders playoff hopes, so they could decide to hold Jacobs out further to protect their star. Washington is worth a speculative add in all formats with a juicy Week 15 matchup upcoming versus a banged-up Jaguars Defense.

15 hours ago
Derek Carr Stalls In Second Half In Week 14 Loss

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr completed 25 of 34 passes for 263 yards versus the Titans on Sunday, but it wasn't nearly enough to lead the team to victory. He threw for two touchdowns in the first half as the teams went to half time tied 21-21, but failed to find the end zone again resulting in a 42-21 loss. Carr connected with a wide-open Rico Gafford for a 49-yard score but otherwise didn't challenge the Titans Defense downfield often, throwing short to intermediate passes all afternoon. The offense sputtered in the second half, making it clear they missed rookie running back Josh Jacobs. Carr is a risky QB2 option for the final home game in Oakland versus the Jaguars in Week 15.

15 hours ago
Darren Waller Paces Offense With 73 Yards

Oakland Raiders tight end Darren Waller picked up a team-high 73 receiving yards as the team fell 42-21 to the Titans in Week 14. He finished tied with Deandre Washington for six receptions, proving to be Derek Carr's most reliable pass-catcher once again. Waller nearly found the end zone in the second quarter but came up two yards short of the goal line. The drive ultimately ended in Foster Moreau catching a one-yard TD pass, but that was the final time the Raiders hit paydirt. The offense struggled to move the ball in the second half, which impacted Waller, but it was good to see him involved regardless. Treat the 26-year-old as a mid-range TE1 versus the Jaguars in Week 15.

15 hours ago