The Oakland Raiders return home to Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Week 14 to face the Tennessee Titans for their first of two remaining home contests on the team's regular season schedule, both of which come against AFC South opponents. The game is the fourth contest between the clubs in the last five seasons and first at home in Oakland since 2013. The Raiders currently own a three-game winning streak over the Titans dating back to 2015 and will look to extend their lead in the all-time regular season series to seven games, as it currently stands at 26- 20 in favor of the Silver and Black. The Raiders also currently own an 11-2 record in Oakland against the Titans and look to claim their first four-game winning streak over the team since taking four straight from 1969-1973, when the Titans were located in Houston. The matchup will kick off at 1:25 p.m. PT on CBS with Greg Gumbel, Trent Green and Melanie Collins on the call.
|Date:||Sunday, December 8, 2019|
|Kickoff:||1:25 p.m. PST|
|Site:||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (1966)|
|Regular Season:||Raiders lead, 26-20|
|Postseason:||Raiders lead, 4-0|
The Silver and Black fell to the Kansas City Chiefs this past Sunday and now sit at 6-6 with four remaining games on their regular season slate. Not overlooked in the contest was yet another 100-yard performance by RB Josh Jacobs, his fifth of the year, tying RB Mark van Eeghen for the fourth-most 100-yard rushing performances during a single season in franchise history. Jacobs also surpassed 1,000 yards on the ground this season, just the 11th player in franchise history to achieve the feat, and did so in his first 12 career games. He is one of four players in franchise history to accomplish the feat through the first 12 games of a season. Jacobs is also the only rookie in franchise history to cross 1,000 yards in a single season.
TE Darren Waller tallied another 100 receiving yards on seven receptions and moved into seventh on the club's all-time single-season receiving list among tight ends with 807 yards through Week 13.
|Broadcast Information (Television)|
|Color Analyst:||Trent Green|
Here are some notable connections between the two squads:
• Raiders S Curtis Riley originally signed with the Titans as an undrafted free agent and spent three seasons with the club (2015-17).
• Raiders LB Will Compton played in 12 games for the Titans in 2018.
• Raiders assistant special teams coach Byron Storer and Titans special teams coach Craig Aukerman served on the same coaching staff with the San Diego Chargers in 2013, serving as assistant linebackers coach and assistant special teams coach respectively.
• Titans QB Ryan Tannehill was teammates with Raiders DE Dion Jordan and G Richie Incognito in Miami from 2012-13.
• Titans tight ends coach Todd Downing served as the Raiders offensive coordinator in 2017 after spending two seasons as quarterbacks coach (2015-16).
• Titans wide receivers coach Rob Moore spent three seasons (2015-17) as the Raiders wide receivers coach.
• Titans defensive line coach Terrell Williams held the same position with the Raiders from 2012-14.
• Titans LB Daren Bates spent the 2016 season with the Raiders, appearing in all 16 games as a reserve and recording seven stops on special teams.
|Broadcast Information (Radio)|
|Raiders Radio Network|
|Color Analyst:||Lincoln Kennedy|
The Titans enter Week 14 on a three-game winning streak after most recently defeating the Indianapolis Colts this past Sunday by a score of 31-17. Following this week's contest, the Raiders will conclude their home slate with their final game against AFC South opponents this season when they square off against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15, while the Titans will return home for a divisional matchup against the Houston Texans.