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What to Look For in Week 10

Posted Nov 5, 2013

Check out what you should be looking for in Week 10 and beyond as the Raiders head to New York to take on the Giants at MetLife Stadium.


Second-year WR Rod Streater needs 499 receiving yards to reach 1,500 for his career. Photo by Tony Gonzales.

Check out what you should be looking for in Week 10 and beyond as the Raiders head to New York to take on the Giants at MetLife Stadium.

SS Tyvon Branch

• Needs one sack to tie No. 3 Albert Lewis (8.0, 1994-98) on the franchise’s career list among defensive backs. He enters the game with seven after recording one against Indianapolis in the season opener.

WR Jacoby Ford

• Needs 20 kickoff return yards to pass George Atkinson for seventh place on the Raiders’ all-time KOR yards list.

DE Lamarr Houston

• Needs four sacks to enter the top 20 in Raiders team history.

K Sebastian Janikowski

• Has now converted on 142-consecutive PAT attempts.
• Needs just 67 points to reach 1,500 for his career.

RB Darren McFadden

• Needs 315 rushing yards to eclipse 4,000 yards for his career.
• Needs 470 receiving yards to eclipse 1,500 yards for his career.
• Needs one rushing TD to move into sole posession of ninth place on the franchise’s career list, and two to tie No. 8 Charlie Smith (24, 1968-74). McFadden enters the game with 22.

WR Denarius Moore

• Needs 128 receiving yards to reach 2,000 for his career.

QB Terrelle Pryor

• Is currently first amongst all quarterbacks with 485 rushing yards. Pryor could eclipse the Raiders’ single-season mark of rushing yards by a quarterback with just 44 more yards. Rich Gannon set the mark in 2000 with 529.

WR Rod Streater

• Needs 499 receiving yards to reach 1,500 for his career.

FS Charles Woodson

• Needs five interceptions to tie Ed Reed for first on the interceptions list among all active players with 61.
• Needs one INT-TD to pass Rod Woodson for first on the all-time list with 12.
• Needs one defensive touchdown to pass Rod Woodson and Darren Sharper for the most defensive touchdowns in NFL history with 13.