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OAKLAND (3 - 5) at NY GIANTS (2 - 6)
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Week 10 Sunday, 11/10/2013 1:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
210NY GIANTS-6.5-7
OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-5+0.34-32-618.212.0345.5(5.7)1.624.911.5356.7(5.9)1.4
Road Games0-3-21-11-215.07.0329.3(5.8)1.727.316.0342.0(5.7)1.0
Last 3 Games1-2-0.91-21-216.013.7371.0(5.4)2.730.312.7344.7(5.8)1.0
OAKLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.713.221.130:1627-120(4.4)22-3661.7%256(7.2)63-376(6)(15.3)
Offense Road Games15.07.017.030:2826-115(4.5)19-3161.7%214(6.8)57-329(5.8)(22)
Defense (All Games)24.911.520.428:2625-94(3.7)24-3668.8%263(7.4)61-357(5.9)(14.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.811.421.530:5427-111(4.2)23-3763.2%261(7)64-373(5.8)(15)
Defense Road Games27.316.021.729:3229-134(4.6)21-3070.3%208(6.9)60-342(5.7)(12.5)
OAKLAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-538.2%0-025.0%1-28(20.2)3-26(9.6)5-35
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.71.6 13-540.8%1-040.8%2-56(24.1)19-2(9.1)6-50
Stats Against (Road Games) 11-545.5%0-00.0%0-3(8)3-30(8.9)4-30

NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-6-3.53-54-417.68.6327.7(5.4)3.127.912.5344.5(5)1.6
Home Games1-2-11-22-122.38.7338.7(4.9)
Last 3 Games2-1+1.83-01-219.712.0312.3(4.9)1.713.710.3259.3(4.2)2.0
Turf Games1-3-21-33-124.59.0373.5(5.7)3.730.012.2348.0(4.9)1.2
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.68.618.128:5622-70(3.2)22-3955.6%258(6.6)61-328(5.4)(18.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.311.621.531:5726-107(4.2)25-4062.3%273(6.9)65-381(5.8)(16.3)
Offense Home Games22.38.722.032:0423-47(2.1)25-4753.6%292(6.3)69-339(4.9)(15.2)
Defense (All Games)27.912.521.931:0428-102(3.6)24-4060.1%242(6)68-344(5)(12.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.28.213.821.429:0327-119(4.4)22-3563.2%253(7.1)63-372(5.9)(13.2)
Defense Home Games28.012.021.327:5627-93(3.5)24-4553.3%261(5.8)72-354(4.9)(12.6)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-745.0%1-012.5%1-34(25)3-53(20.2)6-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.71.6 13-540.7%1-056.9%3-66(26.1)23-2(11.4)6-49
Stats Against (Home Games) 17-846.2%1-00.0%2-41(24.8)4-88(24)8-86
Average power rating of opponents played: OAKLAND 18.2,  NY GIANTS 22.4
OAKLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2013@ DENVER21-37L16T48.5O17-4921-31-293035-16432-37-3722
10/6/2013SAN DIEGO27-17W6.5W46.5U28-10418-23-195019-3236-49-3915
10/13/2013@ KANSAS CITY7-24L8L41.5U27-12518-34-149327-11114-31-1051
11/10/2013@ NY GIANTS            
11/17/2013@ HOUSTON            
11/28/2013@ DALLAS            
12/8/2013@ NY JETS            

NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013@ CAROLINA0-38L-2L47U16-6014-27-90346-19415-27-2082
9/29/2013@ KANSAS CITY7-31L3L44U21-9818-37-200328-10224-41-2883
10/10/2013@ CHICAGO21-27L9.5W46.5O26-12314-26-232329-11024-36-2620
10/27/2013@ PHILADELPHIA15-7W5.5W49.5U31-8825-39-237119-4823-35-1523
11/17/2013GREEN BAY            
12/1/2013@ WASHINGTON            
12/8/2013@ SAN DIEGO            
OAKLAND: There's been much talk about tailoring the running game to Darren McFadden again. The Raiders were slowly fazing out the zone-blocking looks last year, but this year they figure to go back to a man/power system full time. New offensive coordinator Greg Olson has made McFadden his No. 1 priority, and they'll ride him heavily as long as he stays healthy. Rashad Jennings, despite a brutal year in Jacksonville, will likely be Oakland's No. 2 back. On third downs, they'll occasionally let Marcel Reese stay in as the lone back. Matt Flynn will fit Olson's passing game well, as it's a West Coast offense similar to Green Bay's and Seattle's. They will use a lot more in the way of quick-hitters and catch-and-run stuff, which bodes well for big receivers like Rod Streater and Juron Criner. Denarius Moore remains their most talented receiver, but his greatest asset is his deep speed, which doesn't mesh well with Flynn's dink-and-dunk arm. McFadden will be used heavily in the screen game. There's no telling what they'll do with their tight ends, because they don't have a starting-caliber TE on the roster. While they'd like to go with McFadden near the goal line, the Raiders will likely have to do a good amount of throwing due to their overmatched line. The Raiders didn't do anything to address their weak pass rush that had the second-fewest sacks in the NFL (25), and actually let DEs Desmond Bryant and Matt Shaughnessy (7.5 combined sacks) both walk. However, they did sign two key starters -- WLB Kevin Burnett and MLB Nick Roach -- plus rookie SLB Sio Moore. Oakland also added quality players in the secondary in rookie CB D.J. Hayden, CB Tracy Porter, CB Mike Jenkins and S Charles Woodson to prevent another season of allowing 28 passing TD with just 11 INT.
NY GIANTS: The Giants have moved toward a zone-blocking scheme more and more in past years, and it appears they're ready to make a wholesale change this year. Second-year RB David Wilson fits best in a one-cut system, as does tandem back Andre Brown. Wilson figures to see the bulk of the early down snaps. But he's still a work in progress as far as blitz pick-up goes, so he'll head to the sideline in most passing situations. Andre Brown will take third downs and will likely end up taking short-yardage duties. Eli Manning has pretty much taken over this offense, adjusting plays at the line like his brother (minus the theatrics). They'll continue to run a lot of three-receiver sets, and Manning's at his best working off play-action. Hakeem Nicks, presumably healthy again, works primarily on the outside as a big-play threat. But Manning's favorite targets have traditionally worked out of the slot, which will be Victor Cruz's spot in three-wide looks. Manning will also use TE Brandon Myers as his main check-down option, as the backs usually stay in to protect. Third receiver Reuben Randle will play outside as a field-stretching option. The Giants stayed relatively run-based in the red zone last year, and Brown figures to take a good amount of the reps down there this year. Although the Giants allowed the second-most yards in the NFL, they also forced 35 turnovers (3rd in NFL) with FS Stevie Brown getting six interceptions. The defensive line is too talented with DEs Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck to record just 33 sacks again (22nd in NFL), and a better pass rush will certainly help their beleaguered secondary, which expects CB Prince Amukamara, 24, to dominate. The defense added seven new defenders this offseason, but DT Cullen Jenkins is the only projected starter of this bunch.
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*Raiders-Giants Preview* ========================


After a dreadful start to the year, the New York Giants finally showed some signs of life before their bye.

Now, they'll try to pick up where they left off and climb back into the NFC East race Sunday against the visiting Oakland Raiders, who are hoping to have starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor available.

The Giants (2-6) surrendered 34.8 points per game in posting their first 0-6 start in 37 years, but they appear to have regained their confidence after winning the final two games before the bye, 23-7 over Minnesota on Oct. 21 and 15-7 at Philadelphia in Week 8.

"We won our last couple of games, which is a great thing. Are we back?" safety Antrel Rolle asked. "We'll be back once we reach that postseason. That's when I'll say that we're back. Right now we're grinding.

"We're grinding, we're fighting extremely hard. ... We're pushing ahead and more importantly we're staying together."

Despite its early season struggles, last-place New York is just 2 1/2 games behind division-leading Dallas and 1 1/2 in back of the second-place Eagles.

"All we can worry about is getting back to playing well and get on a hot streak and start winning games," Eli Manning said. "It's all about us. We can only control what we can do. It might happen some weeks that a team might lose for us. They all might win. They all might lose. If we are winning, we'll keep in distance and give ourselves a shot."

If the Giants hope to get back in contention, Manning will need to find his form. The two-time Super Bowl MVP has completed just 55.7 percent of his passes and thrown for 10 touchdowns and an NFL-worst 15 interceptions - matching his total from last season.

"I think Eli is still a very good player and after 10 years, he didn't forget how to play his position all of a sudden," general manager Jerry Reese said. "There are a lot of things involved with his play and everybody's play. It's all of us. We win together, we lose together. Eli has been through some rough patches before and we've seen him pull himself out of it and really play well and I expect him to do that again."

Manning appears to have a favorable matchup against a Raiders secondary that was picked apart in a 49-20 loss to Philadelphia last Sunday. Oakland (3-5) surrendered 542 yards of offense - the fourth-highest total in franchise history - as the Eagles' Nick Foles threw for 406 yards and tied a league record with seven TDs.

"There's no question there's a bad taste in our mouth right now," coach Dennis Allen said. "But that one's over with.

"I don't know if we were reading our press clippings or what, but the NFL is all about what have you done for me lately and what do you do out there on Sunday. If you want to be a top-notch defense you've got to bring it every week and we've got to do a better job next week."

Aside from their defensive concerns, the Raiders have a couple key injuries to worry about with Pryor and starting running back Darren McFadden banged up. Pryor was forced to leave in the fourth quarter last week with a sprained knee while McFadden departed in the second after aggravating a hamstring injury.

"There's probably a little bit more concern with Darren then there is with Terrelle," Allen said.

Pryor practiced Wednesday while McFadden sat out.

Pryor threw for a career-high 288 yards and two interceptions before exiting, giving him seven and just one passing touchdown in the last three games. Pryor, leading the NFL with 7.7 yards per rush, also ran 10 times for 94 yards.

Rashad Jennings played well after replacing McFadden, compiling 176 yards from scrimmage and a score.

The Giants' ground game could get a boost from Andre Brown, who is expected to be activated from injured reserve this week. Brown, who broke his leg in the final preseason game, led New York with eight rushing TDs last season.

"We're looking forward to getting him back," coach Tom Coughlin, whose team ranks 30th in the NFL with 69.9 rushing yards per game, told the team's official website. "It's been a long time."

Brown's return may prove especially key with David Wilson (herniated disc) still out and Brandon Jacobs uncertain to play with a nagging hamstring issue. Star wideout Victor Cruz's status also remains uncertain due to a neck injury.

The Giants cruised to a 44-7 rout of Oakland during the last matchup Oct. 11, 2009 behind 220 rushing yards and Manning's perfect 158.3 quarterback rating.

The Raiders have dropped 10 of 11 road games since the start of last season, including seven straight by an average of 15.7 points.

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