The Redskins will head out west in Week 4 to play the Raiders in Oakland on Sunday. The Redskins are coming off their third-straight loss and are looking to get a tally in the win column. With a defense that is having issues against both the run and the pass, Washington's offense will have to step up in Oakland. Robert Griffin III has had a tough time with turnovers this season and he will have to hold onto the ball in order for Washington to have a shot on Sunday. The Redskins will likely go ground-and-pound against a weak Raiders front-seven.
The Raiders are also coming off a loss from Week 3, as they were blown out by the Broncos on Monday. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor is dealing with a concussion and is not a lock to play, so backup Matt Flynn may get the call. Whichever quarterback starts on Sunday, the Raiders will have to spread the ball to open up running lanes for running back Darren McFadden. If Oakland can run with consistency on the Redskins, the Raiders would be poised for a home win.
4:25 p.m. ET Sunday
O.co Coliseum, Oakland, Calif.
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