- Associated Press - Thursday, November 12, 2015

MINNESOTA (6-2) at OAKLAND (4-4)

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

OPENING LINE - Raiders by 1 1/2

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Vikings 7-1, Raiders 5-3

SERIES RECORD - Raiders lead 10-4

LAST MEETING - Raiders beat Vikings 27-21, Nov. 20, 2011

LAST WEEK - Vikings beat Rams 21-18, OT; Raiders lost to Steelers 38-35

AP PRO32 RANKING - Vikings No. 7, Raiders No. 13

VIKINGS OFFENSE - OVERALL (30), RUSH (6), PASS (30).

VIKINGS DEFENSE - OVERALL (7), RUSH (18T), PASS (6).

RAIDERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (8), RUSH (18), PASS (8).

RAIDERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (30), RUSH (8), PASS (32).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - This is fifth meeting between teams in Oakland, with Raiders winning three. Minnesota’s only win at Coliseum came in OT in 1996. … Vikings only team in NFL to hold opponent to 23 or fewer points every game. Raiders have topped 23 points in five of eight contests. … Minnesota seeks first five-game winning streak since starting 6-0 in 2009, when it went 12-4. … Vikings second best defense on third downs, allowing 29.7 percent conversions. … Vikings are tied for fewest penalties at 45. … Minnesota RB Adrian Peterson has four 100-yard rushing games in last seven contests and leads NFL with 758 yards rushing. … Vikings K Blair Walsh has made 16 straight FGs. … Raiders allowed franchise-worst 597 yards last week vs. Pittsburgh. … Oakland QB Derek Carr has 11 TD passes of 20 or more yards, four more than anyone else in league. … Raiders scored 30 points four times this season after doing it three times previous three years combined. … Oakland has lost 36 straight when tied or trailing after three quarters. … Raiders have 48 penalties in four wins and only 19 in four losses. … Fantasy Tip: Vikings WR Stefon Diggs has 461 yards receiving in five games and faces Raiders’ defense on pace to give up most yards passing ever in single season.

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