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Raiders quarter pole report: Overview

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Richard Heathcote

We're four games into the season so let's take a look at where the Raiders stand at the quarter pole.

Record: 0-4

Raiders are one of just two winless teams in the NFL along with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

AFC West standings:

1. San Diego Chargers 3-1
2. Denver Broncos 2-1
3. Kansas City Chiefs 2-2
4. Oakland Raiders 0-4

Schedule so far:

Loss 19-14 at New York Jets (1-3)
Loss 30-14 vs Houston Texans (3-1)
Loss 16-9 at New England Patriots (2-2)
Loss 38-14 vs Miami Dolphins* (2-2)

*Wembley Stadium, London England

This week: Bye

Next up: Oct 12 vs San Diego Chargers (3-1)


D.J. Hayden (foot) - PUP. Eligible to return week 7 vs Cardinals
Nick Roach (head) - Concussion week 3 of preseason. Return unknown.
Maurice Jones-Drew (hand) - Procedure following week 1 vs Jets. Returned week 4 vs Dolphins.
Tyvon Branch (foot) - Fractured foot week 3 vs Patriots. Season ending Injured Reserve.
Rod Streater (foot) - Fractured foot week 3 vs Patriots. IR Designated for Return week 13 vs Rams.
Sio Moore (ankle) - Injured week 2 vs Texans. Return unknown.
Derek Carr (ankle, knee) - High ankle sprain, MCL sprain week 4 vs Dolphins. Return unknown.
Kaluka Maiava (hamstring) - Injured week 4 vs Dolphins. Return unknown.
Khalif Barnes (quad) - Injured week 4 vs Dolphins. Return unknown.

Latest news:

After going winless over their first four games this season, along with losing their last ten games dating back to last season, the Raiders fired third-year head coach Dennis Allen and promoted offensive line coach/assistant head coach Tony Sparano to interim head coach. That's the big news at the moment. So, with that done, let's see how the team on the field has fared over the first quarter of this season.

Offense report

Defense, ST report

Looking ahead

The schedule only gets tougher from here. They still play in the toughest division in football and have yet to play a division game. Ten of the Raiders twelve remaining opponents are .500 or better and have a combined record of 25-17. The two losing teams the Raiders face the rest of the way are St Louis and Cleveland who both currently sit at 1-2.