- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 23, 2015

SAN DIEGO (4-10) at OAKLAND (6-8)

Thursday, 8:25 p.m. ET, NFLN

OPENING LINE - Raiders by 6

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Chargers 6-8, Raiders 7-7

SERIES RECORD - Raiders lead 60-50-2

LAST MEETING - Raiders beat Chargers 37-29, Oct. 25, 2015

LAST WEEK - Chargers beat Dolphins 30-14; Raiders lost to Packers 30-20

AP PRO32 RANKING - Chargers No. 26, Raiders No. 16

CHARGERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (6), RUSH (32), PASS (4).

CHARGERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (19), RUSH (24), PASS (11).

RAIDERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (17), RUSH (25), PASS (13).

RAIDERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (23), RUSH (13), PASS (28).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Chargers won six of past eight meetings. … San Diego is 16-19-1 at Oakland Coliseum. … Chargers QB Philip Rivers one of four players with at least 30 career TD passes vs. Raiders. … San Diego RB Danny Woodhead caught three TD passes and had one rushing score last week. Woodhead’s rushing TD was first for Chargers since he had two in season opener. … Chargers LB Melvin Ingram has 6 1/2 sacks and two forced fumbles in the last six weeks. … San Diego placed rookie RB Melvin Gordon (knee) on injured reserve this week. … QB Derek Carr joined Daryle Lamonica as only Raiders with at least 30 TD passes in season. Carr needs four to tie Lamonica’s franchise record of 34 set in 1969. … WR Amari Cooper became first Raiders player since Randy Moss in 2005 to reach 1,000 yards receiving in single season. … RB Latavius Murray needs 44 yards rushing to become first Raiders player with 1,000 in season since Darren McFadden in 2010. … Oakland CB David Amerson leads NFL with 24 passes defensed. … Raiders DE Khalil Mack is one sack shy of tying Derrick Burgess’ franchise record of 16 set in 2005. … Fantasy Tip: Chargers RB Donald Brown should get heavy load with Gordon on IR. Brown had 12 carries for 90 yards last week after having 12 for 31 in first 13 games.

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