With bye behind them, Raiders head to Lambeau Field for showdown with Green Bay Packers

The Oakland Raiders return to action following their Bye Week in Week 6 after putting together a two-game win streak before the break in action. Oakland will head to Green Bay in Week 7 to face the Packers for their first contest in Wisconsin since 2011. It will also mark the team's third NFC North opponent in the last four contests, with the Raiders splitting the last two against the division. In the midst of their 49-day stretch away from Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the Raiders will look to snap a seven-game losing streak against the Packers when the two clubs kick off this Sunday on Oct. 20 from Lambeau Field at 10 a.m. PT.

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The Setting
Date: Sunday, October 20, 2019
Kickoff: 10:00 a.m. PT
Site: Lambeau Field
Capacity/Surface: 81,441/Kentucky Bluegrass
Regular Season: Packers lead, 7-5
Postseason: Packers lead, 1-0

The Silver and Black hit the Bye Week following a late comeback victory over the Chicago Bears in Week 5 across the pond in London. In the NFL's first-ever game at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Raiders put together a 13-play, 97-yard drive late in the fourth quarter that culminated in RB Josh Jacobs' second rushing TD of the game to give the Raiders their third win of the year. It marked QB Derek Carr's17th career fourth-quarter comeback as he was efficient throughout the game, completing 78.1 percent (25-of-32) of his passes for 229 yards to earn his third consecutive game with a passer rating of at least 95.0 (96.5). Jacobs and the offensive line left their mark, as the line held the Bears' defense without a sack for just the second time since 2017, while Jacobs became the first running back in franchise history to post 100 rushing yards against Chicago's club. The defense was stout, recording four sacks and two INTs in the same contest for the first time since 2014. DT Maurice Hurst led the way with his first career multi-sack contest, while CB Gareon Conley and LB Nicholas Morrow both added INTs in the contest.

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Broadcast Information (Television)
Network Provider: FOX
Play-by-play: Dick Stockton
Color Analyst: Mark Schlereth
Sideline: Jennifer Hale
Producer: Eric Billigmeier
Director: Scott Katz

Here are some notable connections between the two teams:

• Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden served as an offensive assistant for the Packers in 1992 and spent the 1993-94 seasons as Green Bay’s wide receivers coach.

• Raiders wide receivers coach Edgar Bennett spent 17 seasons with the Packers’ club in multiple roles, serving as the team’s offensive coordinator from 2015-17, wide receivers coach from 2011-14, running backs coach from 2005-10 and as the team’s director of player development from 2001-04. Bennett also spent five seasons playing running back for the Packers.

• Raiders senior defensive assistant Mike Trgovac served as the Packers defensive line coach for 10 seasons (1999, 2009-17).

• Raiders WR Trevor Davis was originally a fifth-round selection (163rd overall) by the Packers in the 2016 NFL Draft and appeared in 31 games over his first four seasons, primarily as a return specialist, logging 40 punt returns for 449 yards (11.2 avg.) and 35 kick returns for 791 yards (22.6 avg.).

• Raiders QB Derek Carr (2009-13) teamed with Packers WR Davante Adams (2012-13) for two seasons at Fresno State, helping Adams set 14 Mountain West records and 11 Fresno State records.

• Raiders FB Alec Ingold is a native of Green Bay, Wis., where he attended Bay Port High School and was named 2014 Gatorade Wisconsin Player of the Year. Ingold played four years at Wisconsin, appearing in 51 games with 11 starts.

• Raiders tight ends coach Frank Smith is a native of Milwaukee, Wis.

• Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is from Chico, Calif., and attended Pleasant Valley High School. Following high school, Rodgers attended Butte College before playing at Cal.

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Broadcast Information (Radio)
Raiders Radio Network
Flagship: 740 KCBS
Play-by-play: Brent Musburger
Color Analyst: Lincoln Kennedy
Sideline: Chris Townsend

The Packers enter Week 7 coming off a last-second victory over the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football to move to 5-1 on the year. Following their Week 7 clash, the Raiders will travel to Houston in Week 8 for their fifth consecutive game away from Oakland before returning home to wrap up their NFC North schedule against the Detroit Lions in Week 9, while the Packers travel to Kansas City for their second consecutive matchup with the AFC West as they take on the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium

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