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.
• 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.
• Needs 20 kickoff return yards to pass George Atkinson for seventh place on the Raiders’ all-time KOR yards list.
• Needs four sacks to enter the top 20 in Raiders team history.
• Has now converted on 142-consecutive PAT attempts.
• Needs just 67 points to reach 1,500 for his career.
• 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.
• Needs 128 receiving yards to reach 2,000 for his career.
• 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.
• 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.