- Associated Press - Thursday, October 27, 2016

OAKLAND (5-2) at TAMPA BAY (3-3)

Sunday, 1 p.m. EDT, CBS

OPENING LINE - Buccaneers by 1

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Oakland 4-3, Tampa Bay 3-3

SERIES RECORD - Raiders lead 6-3

LAST MEETING - Buccaneers beat Raiders 42-32, Nov. 4, 2012

LAST WEEK - Raiders beat Jaguars 33-16; Buccaneers beat 49ers 34-17

AP PRO32 RANKING - Raiders No. 9, Buccaneers No. 22





STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Series includes Tampa Bay’s 48-21 in Super Bowl ending 2002 season. Buccaneers haven’t won playoff game since, Raiders haven’t been to playoffs since. … Raiders aiming for 5-0 road start. Buccaneers 0-2 at home, 3-1 on road. … Over past seven road starts, Raiders QB Derek Carr is 6-1 with 13 touchdown passes and two interceptions. … WR Amari Cooper is third in AFC with 614 yards receiving, but has only one TD. Fellow WR Michael Crabtree, meanwhile, has five TD catches in past four games. … DE Khalil Mack has 13 sacks in past 13 games. … Raiders have yielded NFL-low seven sacks. … Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston has 12 TD passes vs. nine interceptions. … WR Mike Evans has six TD receptions, most through six games in franchise history. Third-year pro is tied for first in league in TD catches with Crabtree, third in receptions per game (6.7) behind A.J. Green (7.1) and Antonio Brown (6.9), and fifth in receiving yards per game (90.8). … Rookie RB Peyton Barber gained 84 yards and scored first NFL TD last week at San Francisco, helping Bucs finish with season-high 249 yards rushing. … Bucs coach Dirk Koetter and defensive coordinator Mike Smith were part of Jack Del Rio’s staff for much of Del Rio’s nine-year stint as head coach of Jaguars. … Fantasy Tip: Bucs RB Jacquizz Rodgers wasn’t on roster when season began, but has posted career highs rushing in past two games (101, 154) while filling in for injured RB Doug Martin, out since Week 2 with hamstring injury.


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