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Video: Raiders Look to Keep Slim Playoff Hopes Alive at Home Against Jaguars

If the Raiders want to play past week 17, they have to win out and get help, and that starts on Sunday at home as they take on the Jaguars, who come in at 4-9.

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Video: Raiders Playoff Hopes All But History After 42-21 Loss to the Titans

The Raiders playoff hopes pretty much went up in smoke Sunday at home, as they fell to the Tennessee Titans 42-21, as the Titans outscored the Raiders 21-0 in the second half. The loss puts the team at 6-7 with three games left.

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NFL Week 14 Inactives – Titans at Raiders

Here are today’s inactives for the Titans and Raiders in a key week 14 AFC battle:

Titans: OL Kevin Pamphile, OLB Derick Roberson, CB LeShaun Sims, LB Daren Bates, DE Matt Dickerson, WR Adam Humphries, CB Adoree’ Jackson

Raiders: RB Josh Jacobs, OT Trent Brown, QB Mike Glennon, WR Hunter Renfrow, CB Isaiah Johnson, LB Kyle Wilber, DT Terrell McClain

Raiders Rookie RB Josh Jacobs Playing Through a Fractured Shoulder

Raiders running back Josh Jacobs may make a little history if he’s named rookie of the year at the end of the season.

The Raiders haven’t had a player win the award in nearly 40 years. Running back Marcus Allen did it in 1982 when the franchise played in Los Angeles.

Jacobs could also become the first player to be named rookie of the year while playing half the season with a fractured right shoulder, something Jacobs revealed earlier this week on social media, the Associated Press reports.

The 24th overall pick in the draft, Jacobs has been dealing with a shoulder injury since Oakland’s Oct. 20 loss in Green Bay when he left, received an injection, and came back to finish the game.

Jacobs hasn’t talked further about his injury. He didn’t answer questions Wednesday and was equally evasive when approached by a pair of reporters.

“Got treatment,” Jacobs said, before walking out of the locker room.

Jacobs has not practiced this week and Raiders coach Jon Gruden did not talk about the severity of Jacobs’ injury.

Not that the injury has slowed him down much.

Jacobs is fourth overall in rushing with 1,061 yards and seven touchdowns. He’s the first Oakland running back to eclipse 1,000 yards since Latavius Murray in 2015 and is on pace to finish with the second-most rushing yards in a single season in franchise history. Allen holds the record with 1,759 yards.

Video: Raiders Look to Rebound After Bad Loss as they Host the Titans in Week 14

The Raiders now at 6-6 are on the outside looking in at the playoffs, and this week will host a red-hot 7-5 Titans team at home in a must-win in week 14.

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Video: Raiders Playoff Hopes Take a Hit, Fall in K.C. to the Chiefs 40-9

The Raiders playoff hopes took another big hit Sunday, as they were slammed on the road in Kansas City by the Chiefs losing 40-9 to fall to 6-6.

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Video: Raiders Look to Get to 7-5 in Key AFC West Battle with Kansas City

The Raiders and Chiefs are set for a huge week 13 battle as both teams are looking to stay in the mix in for seeding in the AFC playoff race.

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Raiders Rookie WR Hunter Renfrow Has Broken Rib and Punctured Lung

After a tough loss 34-3 to the Jets Sunday, the Raiders have announced they will be minus rookie wide receiver Hunter Renfrow, as he suffered both a broken rib and punctured lung in the 31-point loss.

There is no definitive timeline for his return if he’s able to come back at all for the final six games in 2019.

The fifth-round pick out of Clemson has emerged as one of QB Derek Carr’s go-to guys, especially underneath, and has caught multiple passes in every game since the Raiders’ Week six bye.

Renfrow has 36 catches for 396 yards and two touchdowns thus far this season.