!(../teams/profile?team=OAK)!(../teams/profile?team=DEN)Series leader:Raiders, 53-38-2
Streaks: The Broncos have won seven of the last eight.
On TV: 4:15 p.m. ET, CBS (Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon)
Remember the last time? November 12, 2006: Broncos 17 at Raiders 13. Oakland held a 13-7 entering 4th quarter, but Denver rallied with 10 unanswered points to win the game.
Inside the game:
Raiders: Club needs four regular-season victories to reach 400. ... QB Josh McCown completed 30-of-40 passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns in his Raides debut, but might miss the game with a foot injury. ... QB Daunte Culpepper passed for 277 yards and two touchdowns in his only start against Denver. ... RB LaMont Jordan posted a career-high nine receptions for 89 yards last week. ... WR Ronald Curry, the team leader last year with a career-high 62 receptions, had 10 receptions for 133 yards and a touchdown last week. ... The Raiders are 5-1 when WR Jerry Porter has at least 100 receiving yards. ... CB Fabian Washington had a career-high two interceptions the team's last meeting. ... DT Warren Sapp had two sacks in the team's last meeting.
Broncos:Mike Shanahan has routinely beat the Raiders, with a 19-5 record against his former club. Shanahan can join the RedskinsJoe Gibbs as the only two active coaches with at least 20 regular-season wins against one opponent -- Gibbs has 21 career wins against the Cardinals. ... QB Jay Cutler will be making his first career start against the Raiders. He threw for 304 yards against Buffalo in week 1. ... RB Travis Henry gained 139 yards and averaged 6.0 yards per attempt in his Broncos debut last week. Henry aims for his fourth consecutive 100-yard game, dating back to 2006. ... WR Javon Walker has 10 receptions for 261 yards with three touchdowns in three games against the Raiders. ... CB Champ Bailey has two career interceptions agaisnt Oakland.