The betting public had a nice run the last two weeks as NFL favorites went 20-8 against the spread. But that streak ended Sunday with a good day for underdogs.
The Raiders reached another crossroads Sunday after an embarrassing 3-0 loss to a flawed Vikings team in front of a disbelieving crowd at Allegiant Stadium.
AJ Cole’s 83-yard punt in the Raiders’ loss to the Vikings on Sunday is the longest in franchise history and tied for the fourth-longest in the NFL since 2000.
Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby was cleared to play against Vikings on Sunday, while left tackle Kolton Miller is inactive.
In a league in which individuality is largely discouraged, the My Cause My Cleats program is a chance for Raiders players to support causes close to their hearts.
Westgate SuperBook vice president Jay Kornegay leads the contest with a 41-20-4 record against the spread (67.2 percent).
The Raiders begin December against the visiting Minnesota Vikings, who are getting wide receiver Justin Jefferson back from injury.
VegasInsider.com handicapper Chip Chirimbes analyzes every NFL Week 14 Sunday and Monday game and makes predictions for each matchup.
The return of star receiver Justin Jefferson is one reason the Vikings are consensus 3-point favorites over the Raiders in Sunday’s game at Allegiant Stadium.
Raiders fans submitted questions about rookie quarterback Aidan O’Connell, interim coach Antonio Pierce and, of course, Santa Claus. We have answers.
The Raiders will look to keep their playoff hopes alive with the first of two home games in five days when they meet the Vikings on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium.