All-Time Record: Series tied 7-7 (.500)
2019 record: 7-9
Division Finish: (T-2nd/NFC South)
Head Coach: Dan Quinn
Key additions: DT Tyeler Davison, DE Dante Fowler Jr., RB Todd Gurley, DE Charles Harris, TE Hayden Hurst and CB A.J. Terrell
Notable players: QB Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones, WR Calvin Ridley, C Alex Mack, T Jake Matthews
Key losses: RB Devonta Freeman, RB Kenjon Barner, WR Justin Hardy, TE Austin Hooper, TE Luke Stocker, T Ty Sambrailo, G Wes Schweitzer, DE Adrian Clayborn, LB De'Vondre Campbell, LB Vic Beasley, CB Desmond Trufant and S Johnathan Cyprien
• The Raiders are tied 7-7 in the all-time series against the Falcons.
• The Raiders last win against the Falcons came on Nov. 26, 2000.
• A victory this season would prevent a five-game skid against Atlanta.
• The first meeting in the all-time series took place on Dec. 5, 1971, when Atlanta beat the Raiders, 24-13.
• In the Raiders' seven wins against the Falcons, the team has posted at least 30 points in every contest including a 50-19 victory on Oct. 14, 1979, which marked Las Vegas' largest margin of victory in the all-time series.
• Raiders offensive line coach Tom Cable spent one season in Atlanta, holding the same position with the Falcons in 2006.
• Raiders head strength and conditioning coach A.J. Neibel spent six years with the Falcons, joining as a strength and conditioning assistant from 2011-12 before becoming head strength and conditioning coach (2013-15) and athletic performance manager (2016).
• Raiders P AJ Cole (College Park, Ga.), LB Ukeme Eligwe (Atlanta, Ga.), DE Arden Key (Decatur, Ga.) and TE Darren Waller (Acworth, Ga.) are all natives of the Atlanta area.