The Week That Was: Raiders Head Into Bye Week, Begin Self-Scouting

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The Oakland Raiders fell in their first AFC West game of the season Sunday, losing to the Denver Broncos 16-10 at O.co Coliseum, and now hold an overall record of 2-3 as they head into the bye week.

The Silver and Black return to the field next Sunday to take on the San Diego Chargers, but even though the team is on the bye, it doesn't mean they weren't busy, so let's get you caught up on the week that was.

Raiders Head Into Bye Week

The Silver and Black won't take the field this Sunday, as Week 6 has been designated as the team's bye week by the league.

The team didn't game plan this week, but did do a lot of "self-scouting;" taking a look within and seeing what areas they could improve upon as they continue through the 2015 campaign.


Michael Crabtree Showing His Value For The Silver And Black

Veteran wide receiver Michael Crabtree has been a valuable addition to the Oakland Raiders this season and has become a potent weapon for the offense.


Taking A Look Ahead

Since the Raiders won't play a game this weekend, we thought it would be an ideal time to look ahead and see who the Silver and Black will be matching up against when they return from the bye week.


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