- Associated Press - Thursday, October 8, 2015

DENVER (4-0) at OAKLAND (2-2)

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

OPENING LINE - Broncos by 6 1/2

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Broncos 3-1, Raiders 2-2

SERIES RECORD - Raiders lead 60-49-2



LAST MEETING - Broncos beat Raiders 47-14, Dec. 28, 2014

LAST WEEK - Broncos beat Vikings 23-20; Raiders lost to Bears 22-20

AP PRO32 RANKING - Broncos No. 3, Raiders No. 19

BRONCOS OFFENSE - OVERALL (27), RUSH (29), PASS (5).

BRONCOS DEFENSE - OVERALL (1), RUSH (8), PASS (1).

RAIDERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (17), RUSH (22), PASS (10).

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

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Broncos won last seven meetings, including all six with Peyton Manning. Current streak is tied for longest ever for Denver in series with seven-gamer from 1997-2000. … Broncos QB Peyton Manning and Raiders S Charles Woodson two of three remaining players from 1998 draft class; Colts QB Matt Hasselbeck is other. … Raiders coach Jack Del Rio spent past four seasons as Broncos DC. … Gary Kubiak third coach in Broncos history to start career with team 4-0. … Manning led seven teams to 4-0 start, most in NFL history for QB. … Denver RB C.J. Anderson had 270 yards from scrimmage, four TDs in two meetings vs. Oakland last year. … With 18 sacks, Broncos on pace to tie record of 72 held by 1984 Bears. … Raiders have allowed five sacks, tied for fourth fewest in league. … Woodson has INTs in consecutive weeks and 62 in his career but never has picked off Manning. … Oakland WR Amari Cooper leads all rookies with 24 catches, 339 yards receiving. … Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski will set franchise record with 241st career game. … Oakland have won four of five homes games dating to last season. … Fantasy Tip: Broncos TE Owen Daniels could be in for big day. Raiders have allowed 32 catches for 388 yards and six touchdowns this season to tight ends.

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