- Associated Press - Thursday, October 16, 2014

ARIZONA (4-1) vs. OAKLAND (0-5)

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox

OPENING LINE - Cardinals by 4

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Arizona 3-2, Oakland 3-2

SERIES RECORD - Raiders lead 5-3

LAST MEETING - Cardinals beat Raiders 24-23, Sept. 26, 2010

LAST WEEK - Cardinals beat Redskins 30-20; Raiders lost 31-28 to Chargers

AP PRO32 RANKING - Cardinals No. 8, Raiders No. 31

CARDINALS OFFENSE - OVERALL (28), RUSH (30), PASS (22).

CARDINALS DEFENSE - OVERALL (25), RUSH (3), PASS (32).

RAIDERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (31), RUSH (31), PASS (21).

RAIDERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (21), RUSH (31), PASS (11).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Cardinals playing third game ever in Oakland, winning in 2001 and losing in 2006. … That ‘06 game was Raiders first win of season following 0-5 start. Team lost first five this year for first time since that season. … Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski missed 32-yard FG on final play of 24-23 loss at Arizona in team’s most recent meeting in 2010. … Cardinals QB Carson Palmer played 25 games for Oakland in 2011-12, throwing for 6,771 yards and 35 TDs. … Cardinals first team since 2010 Jets with no INTs thrown in first five games. … Arizona WR Larry Fitzgerald caught TD pass last week, ending career-worst, seven-game stretch without score. … Cardinals are worst team in league on first down, gaining at least 4 yards league-low 32.6 percent of time and facing league-high average of 9.39 yards to go on second down. Arizona K Chandler Catanzaro perfect 14 for 14 on FG attempts. … Raiders lost 11 straight and look to avoid starting 0-6 for first time since losing first 13 in 1962. … Oakland’s Derek Carr became sixth rookie since 2000 with four TD passes in game last week vs. San Diego. … Carr sacked just three times on first 167 pass attempts. Big brother David sacked 41 times on first 167 attempts as rookie on expansion Houston in 2002. … Raiders WR Andre Holmes has nine catches for 195 yards and three TDs past two games.

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