Chargers-Raiders Capsule

Updated: October 3, 2013, 2:01 PM ET
Associated Press

SAN DIEGO (2-2) at OAKLAND (1-3)

11:35 p.m. ET, NFL Network

OPENING LINE -- Chargers by 5

RECORD VS. SPREAD -- San Diego 3-0-1, Oakland 2-2

SERIES RECORD -- Raiders lead 58-47-2

LAST MEETING -- Chargers beat Raiders 24-21, Dec. 30, 2012

LAST WEEK -- Chargers beat Cowboys 30-21; Raiders lost to Redskins 24-14

AP PRO32 RANKING -- Chargers No. 14, Raiders tie No. 28

CHARGERS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (8), RUSH (18), PASS (6)

CHARGERS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (30), RUSH (25), PASS (29)

RAIDERS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (20), RUSH (6), PASS (26)

RAIDES DEFENSE -- OVERALL (17), RUSH (21), PASS (14)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -- Game moved to night time in Oakland due to playoff baseball (Tigers-A's) in same stadium on Saturday. ... Chargers won last three meetings in series. ... San Diego coach Mike McCoy (offense), Oakland coach Dennis Allen (defense) were coordinators together in Denver in 2011. ... San Diego second in AFC in scoring at 27 points per game. ... Chargers QB Philip Rivers completed 35 of 42 passes (83.3 percent) for 401 yards last week for highest completion percentage ever in 400-yard game. ... Rivers completing 80.5 percent of passes last three weeks, with seven TDs, one INT. ... San Diego RB Danny Woodhead caught total of 20 passes past three games. ... Chargers tied for second worst in NFL with two takeaways. ... Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor made first career start vs. Chargers in 2012, throwing two TD passes, running for one score in 24-21 loss. ... Oakland leads NFL with nine runs of at least 20 yards and not allowed any on defense. ... Raiders 31st in red zone scoring efficiency with nine scores in 13 trips. ... Oakland one of two teams in NFL with no interceptions on defense. ... Raiders RB Rashad Jennings's 116 yards from scrimmage last week were his best since 142 in 2010 season finale.

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