The Titans are well-equipped to stop the run, but are missing three of their top four cornerbacks due to injury, meaning the Raiders may want to pivot to a pass-first approach. Luckily for the Raiders, the weather report has cleared up and there shouldn’t be any rain to hinder their aerial attack.
This is a do-or-die affair and will be one of the final two games in Oakland, so the crowd should be ear-splitting and deafening. With the Raiders 4-1 at the Coliseum this season, the home field advantage could prove as a catalyst.
Here’s your open game thread ya’ filthy animals. It’s showtime.