- Associated Press - Thursday, December 17, 2015

GREEN BAY (9-4) at OAKLAND (6-7)

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, Fox

OPENING LINE - Packers by 3

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Packers 8-5, Raiders 7-6

SERIES RECORD - Packers lead 7-5

LAST MEETING - Packers beat Raiders 46-16, Dec. 11, 2011

LAST WEEK - Packers beat Cowboys 28-7; Raiders beat Broncos 15-12

AP PRO32 RANKING - Packers No. 9, Raiders No. 15

PACKERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (18), RUSH (8), PASS (23).

PACKERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (18), RUSH (23), PASS (11).

RAIDERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (20), RUSH (26), PASS (12T).

RAIDERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (12), RUSH (12), PASS (28).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Packers won last six meetings, including three straight by at least 30 points. Raiders’ last win was 20-0 in 1987 season opener. … Green Bay can clinch franchise-record seventh straight playoff berth with win. … Packers have held four of last five opponents under 20 points. Raiders scored more than 20 in just one of last five. … Green Bay had 44 rushes for 230 yards last week. That was most attempts and yards in game for Packers since 2004. … Packers RB Eddie Lacy has rushed for at least 100 yards three times in past four games. … Green Bay LB Julius Peppers has seven sacks in three career games vs. Raiders. … Oakland’s Khalil Mack had five sacks last week and nine in past three games. He needs two to tie Derrick Burgess’ franchise record of 16 set in 2005. … Rookie WR Amari Cooper needs 80 yards receiving to become first Oakland player with 1,000 yards in season since Randy Moss in 2005. Cooper had zero catches last week. … QB Derek Carr needs two TD passes to join Daryle Lamonica as only Raiders with 30 in season. Lamonica had 30 in 1967 and 34 in ‘69. … Oakland S Charles Woodson is second in NFL with eight takeaways and faces Packers, with whom he won a Super Bowl, for first time since leaving Green Bay following 2012 season. … Fantasy Tip: Packers TE Richard Rodgers has five TDs in past six games. Raiders have allowed 11 TD passes to tight ends this season.

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