The Week That Was: Raiders Fall To Chiefs, Sign Michael Crabtree To Extension

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The Oakland Raiders returned home last week after back-to-back road trips and fell to the Kansas City Chiefs 34-20 at O.co Coliseum Sunday afternoon.

As a result of the loss, the Silver and Black now own a 5-7 record heading into their Week 14 matchup with the Denver Broncos.

However, before the team prepares to travel to Colorado, let's get you caught up on the week that was.

Raiders Hit The Road To Take On Denver Broncos

The Silver and Black are back on the road this week, traveling to Denver to take on Brock Osweiler and the Broncos.

Heading into their Week 14 battle with the Broncos, Raiders.com highlighted three matchups that will be critical in the end result of the game.


Michael Crabtree Signs Extension

The Oakland Raiders didn't wait until the offseason to lock up wide receiver Michael Crabtree, signing the veteran wide out to a four-year contract extension Wednesday evening.

Through 12 games as a Raider, Crabtree has hauled in 66 catches for 760 yards and a team-high 7 touchdowns.

Crabtree wasn't the only player signed to an extension this week as versatile fullback Jamize Olawale was also signed to an extension.


Charles Woodson Leads Safeties In Pro Bowl Voting With A Week To Go

Safety Charles Woodson leads his position in Pro Bowl voting with one week left to vote.

You can vote for Woodson as well as the other Raiders, here.


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