|Offense||21st||89.7 (27th)||236.8 (14th)|
|Defense||26th||113.8 (18th)||253.2 (27th)|
|29||Amerson, David||CB||6-1||205||12/8/1991||5||NC State|
|96||Autry, Denico||DE||6-5||270||7/15/1990||4||Mississippi State|
|53||Bowman, NaVorro||MLB||6-0||242||5/28/1988||8||Penn State|
|91||Calhoun, Shilique||LB||6-4||251||3/20/1992||2||Michigan State|
|4||Carr, Derek||QB||6-3||215||3/28/1991||4||Fresno State|
|87||Cook, Jared||TE||6-5||254||4/7/1987||9||South Carolina|
|18||Cook, Connor||QB||6-4||215||1/29/1993||2||Michigan State|
|47||Cowser, James||DE||6-3||245||9/13/1990||2||Southern Utah|
|15||Crabtree, Michael||WR||6-1||215||9/14/1987||9||Texas Tech|
|97||Edwards, Mario||DE||6-3||280||1/25/1994||3||Florida State|
|78||Ellis, Justin||DT||6-2||335||12/27/1990||4||Louisiana Tech|
|76||Feliciano, Jon||G||6-4||325||2/10/1992||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|41||Harris, Erik||DB||6-3||225||4/2/1990||2||California (PA)|
|61||Hudson, Rodney||C||6-2||300||7/12/1989||7||Florida State|
|51||Irvin, Bruce||OLB||6-3||250||11/1/1987||6||West Virginia|
|66||Jackson, Gabe||G||6-3||335||7/12/1991||4||Mississippi State|
|57||James, Cory||OLB||6-1||230||5/22/1993||2||Colorado State|
|42||Joseph, Karl||SS||5-10||205||9/8/1993||2||West Virginia|
|7||King, Marquette||P||6-0||195||10/26/1988||6||Fort Valley State|
|55||Lee, Marquel||MLB||6-3||235||10/21/1995||R||Wake Forest|
|26||Luani, Shalom||SAF||5-11||202||8/5/1994||R||Washington State|
|3||Manuel, EJ||QB||6-4||237||3/19/1990||5||Florida State|
|50||Morrow, Nicholas||LB||6-0||216||7/10/1995||R||Greenville College|
|49||Olawale, Jamize||FB||6-1||240||4/17/1989||5||North Texas|
|70||Osemele, Kelechi||G||6-5||330||6/24/1989||6||Iowa State|
|72||Penn, Donald||T||6-4||315||4/27/1983||12||Utah State|
|30||Richard, Jalen||RB||5-8||205||10/15/1993||2||Southern Mississippi|
|10||Roberts, Seth||WR||6-2||195||2/22/1991||3||West Alabama|
|88||Walford, Clive||TE||6-4||250||10/1/1991||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|69||Ware, Jylan||T||6-7||317||10/16/1993||R||Alabama State|
|33||Washington, DeAndre||RB||5-8||205||2/22/1993||2||Texas Tech|
|56||Woodson-Luster, Xavier||LB||6-1||219||8/6/1995||R||Arkansas State|
|22||Conley, Gareon (IR)||CB||6-0||195||6/29/1995||R||Ohio State|
|32||Hamilton, Antonio (IR)||DB||6-0||190||1/24/1993||2||South Carolina State|
|11||Janikowski, Sebastian (IR)||K||6-1||265||3/2/1978||18||Florida State|
|79||Kirkland, Denver (IR)||G||6-4||335||3/6/1994||2||Arkansas|
|99||Brown, Fadol||DE||6-4||282||4/15/1993||R||Ole Miss|
|34||Hood, Elijah||RB||5-11||230||4/22/1995||R||North Carolina|
|65||Simmons, Jordan||G||6-3||339||7/15/1994||R||Southern California|
|9||Whitney, Isaac||WR||6-2||204||6/22/1994||R||Southern California|
Bowman has now led the Raiders in tackles through his first two games with the team after signing a one-year deal in mid-October. He remains solidified as Oakland's starting middle linebacker heading into a Week 9 matchup on the road against the Dolphins, who expect quarterback Jay Cutler (ribs) to return from his rib injury.
Smith started the week with a pair of limited practices, but his full participation Friday allowed him to avoid the questionable tag. The 29-year-old should retain his role as the Raiders' secondary tight end against the Bills.
Nelson has racked up 44 tackles through eight games this season, but the Raiders' starting free safety has yet to force a single turnover. As a result, his IDP value has been somewhat limited while Oakland has unexpectedly struggled to a 3-5 start. Nelson will look to snag the first interception of his 2017 campaign in Week 9 against the Dolphins, who plan to be led by quarterback Jay Cutler (ribs).
With Marshawn Lynch ejected early in Week 7 and suspended for Week 8, Richard accumulated 23 total touches. He fell back down to earth with Lynch back in the fold on Sunday. Richard finished second among Oakland's backs with 12 offensive snaps on Sunday, just three more than DeAndre Washington, but was still held to five or fewer touches for the fourth time this season. He has some utility as a receiver out of the backfield, but Washington occupies a similar role and the two likely eat into each others' opportunities.
Edwards was dealing with a back injury all week, which limited his participation in practice. However, the defensive end didn't appear to be slowed down in Sunday's win, as he notched his first sack since Week 4 and his highest tackle count of the season. He'll now get the bye week to rest before taking on the Patriots in Week 11.
Mack has now logged just 0.5 sacks throughout the Raiders' past four games, and the NFL's reigning Defensive Player of the Year has failed to force a single turnover all season. Mack will look to get to Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler (ribs) in Week 9 as the 3-5 Raiders look to turn their season around.
Hamilton was a new addition to the injury report this week and did not practice. The 24-year-old has mostly been used as a special teams contributor by the Raiders this season.
He's played in every game this season and won't be breaking that streak in Week 9. With Cory James and Marquel Lee returning from knee injuries, the rookie will slide back into a reserve/special teams role.
Ward, who's bouncing back from foot surgery, is out of his walking boot and was pushing sleds on the sidelines during Sunday's practice. It doesn't look like he'll remain on the PUP list much longer. When cleared to play, he'll compete with Denico Autry and Branden Jackson for reps behind Khalil Mack and Mario Edwards.
McDonald played 67 defensive snaps for the second consecutive week, as injuries to David Amerson (foot) and Gareon Conley (shin) have thinned the Raiders' secondary. They'll have a chance to further their recoveries during the team's upcoming bye, but McDonald could see an increased role in Week 11 against Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Luani is a former soccer player who showed a bit of a center fielder skill set at Washington State, intercepting four passes each of the last two years. Oakland is set at safety, so he'll try to make a special teams impact.
Vanderdoes has been listed as a starter on the unofficial depth chart since day one. The 2017 third-round pick was dealing with a minor knee injury last week, but played in the Raiders' first preseason game against the Cardinals and recorded one tackle.
This was expected due to Amerson's doubtful designation Friday, so he'll miss his third consecutive game. The fifth-year pro has just four pass breakups this season, one year removed from racking up 16 pass breakups in 2016. Sean Smith and Dexter McDonald will continue to see a heightened snap count in Amerson's absence.
Calhoun has been on the Raiders' practice squad since being waived at the end of the preseason. The 25-year-old could potentially see more defensive opportunities with Cory James (knee) questionable for Sunday and Marquel Lee out with an ankle injury.
Cook was having his way with the Dolphins defense in the early going, catching all six of his targets for 111 yards in the first two quarters. However, it seemed Miami made some adjustments at halftime since Cook was held to just one catch on three targets for 15 yards from then on. Regardless, Cook finished with his highest receiving output since Week 1 of his 2013 with the Rams and has now seen at least five targets in all but one game this season. That sort of consistent workload isn't all that common, especially at tight end, which makes Cook one of the safer options at his position going forward.
Cook faced an uphill battle for the primary backup spot behind Derek Carr throughout the offseason, and the Raiders have elected to dress EJ Manuel in Week 1. Cook's inexperience certainly played a factor in the decision, while Manuel appeared in 28 games through four seasons with the Bills before heading to Oakland.
Smith was able to log two full practice sessions and was trending towards playing in Sunday's game all week. He will draw the start at cornerback opposite T.J. Carrie.
Carrie has been a staple of the Raiders' secondary all season, averaging more than 63 defensive snaps per contest through nine games this season. He'll now get a much-deserved week off before taking on the Patriots' high-flying offense in Week 11.
While he led the team in receiving yards and targets in this one, he has only eclipsed the 60-yard mark once since Week 5, and he hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 8. Still, he remains David Carr's favorite option through the air, and as such will at least be a solid option in PPR leagues. The 30-year-old has a difficult matchup against Denver's elite secondary in Week 12, but has a slew of better opportunities in the weeks following.
Tavecchio's two field goals both came in the first half, including a 53-yarder as the clock expired ahead of halftime. Through nine games, the Italian now boasts 58 points.
After only topping the 50-yard plateau once through the season's first five weeks, Lynch has 57 or more yards in three of his last four, the one exception being when he was ejected in Week 7. While he saw over half the carries in this contest and continues to be the Raiders' lead ball carrier, he still hasn't rushed more than 14 times in a game since Week 1. Given his relatively low ceiling at this point in his career, it will be tough to trust Lynch when the Raiders take on the Broncos in Week 12.
Conley's rookie season was compromised by a mysterious shin injury he suffered in June. After missing out on the season opener, he made just two total appearances before the ailment flared up in Week 3, and Conley hasn't practiced since. The Ohio State product will now finish the season with seven tackles and one pass defensed, with the hope he'll fully recover in time for the start of offseason workouts in the spring.
Jackson will start at his right guard position Sunday after being a limited participant in this week's practices.
Smith remains subject to the league's drug program, but will be reinstated given he stays on the right path throughout the coming months. He'll certainly add another pass-rushing presence for the Raiders' defense, while defensive end Khalil Mack was recently named 2016's defensive player of the year.
In his five appearances this season, Olawale has combined for 43 offensive snaps, which has translated to five carries for 18 yards and one touchdown and two catches (on three targets) for 13 yards. Expect a similarly sparse workload Week 11.
The foot injury limited McGill's participation during Wednesday's practice, but he was upgraded to a full participant Thursday and Friday and looks like he'll be an option for the Raiders in Week 5. McGill has appeared in one game this season -- the team's Week 3 loss to the Redskins -- logging all 27 of his snaps on special teams.
Latham was handed a four-game ban in early October for a violation of the league's substance-abuse policy. While it isn't clear if the Raiders will welcome him back with open arms or not, Oakland was granted a temporary roster exemption and will have until Nov. 13 to decide Latham's future with the team.
Ellis was presented with many opportunities to stop the Saints' rushing attack, as they ran the ball just 22 times throughout the entire game. He should have a bigger role Week 2 against running back Devonta Freeman and the Falcons.
With Marshawn Lynch ejected from Oakland's Thursday might matchup against the Chiefs and then suspended against Buffalo, Washington enjoyed 26 total touches and scored in each game. If there was much doubt what his role would be with Lynch's return, Sunday answered them as Washington saw the field for just nine offensive snaps. He has some value as a receiver out of the backfield but hasn't shown the big-play ability he flashed as a rookie in limited touches this season.
Given what was ostensibly a good matchup for the Raiders' passing attack, Carr failed to extend his three-game streak of over 300 passing yards. He did, however, throw an interception in his third straight game. It has been an inconsistent season for the fourth-year veteran, and he has a very tough test ahead versus Denver at home in Week 12.
Janikowski was surprisingly placed on injured reserve Saturday after initially being listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans. The possibility that he could return is a plus for the Raiders, though with only two opportunities to use the IR-return designation, it's unclear if they would use it on him.
Kirkland suffered an unspecified knee injury in the preseason opener and wasn't in line to be available for the next few weeks.
Holton's two catches throughout his 2017 campaign have both gone for more than 40 yards, and he found the end zone on both occasions as well. His fantasy value remains severely limited, however, as he's played double-digit offensive snaps just twice in nine games.
Joseph was limited in practice all week but will suit up for Sunday night's game in Miami. He will look to cause disruption for Jay Cutler and the Dolphins' offense.
If Penn plays well in 2017, he'll be guaranteed an average of $10 million through 2019. The Pro Bowl tackle will be 36 years old when his contract expires, so the Raiders are taking a risk that Penn's health won't waver. He's shown he's a key piece of Oakland's offensive front, though, as he only allowed one sack in 2016.
Melifonwu was placed on injured reserve Tuesday after undergoing surgery for an undisclosed knee injury. The current expectation is that he will return when eligible, but that will ultimately be determined by whether the Raiders need to use their two alloted IR returns on other players.
The second-year pro has been nursing this injury since Oct. 11, but it has only kept him out of one game. James has 45 tackles (33 solo) and a forced fumble through eight games this season, yet his inconsistencies -- he has four game with four or less tackles -- make him difficult to deploy in most fantasy formats.
Autry played significant snaps for the Raiders in 2016 and racked up 2.5 sacks in the process. However, he could be in store for a major decrease in playing time if Mario Edwards is able to stay healthy this upcoming season.
Lee is ready to return after missing the Raiders' last three games. With Cory James also returning from his own knee injury, the rookie is probably ticketed for a reserve role.
Oakland had previously promoted Hood to the active roster during Marshawn Lynch's (suspension) absence for the Week 8 win over the Chiefs, waiving the rookie shortly after the contest. Now back with the organization, Hood will likely remain on the practice squad unless one of Lynch or fellow running backs Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington are forced to miss action down the road.
Newhouse is a surprise appearance on the injury report, and Vadal Alexander will slot into the right tackle role for the time being.
Mitchel is heading into his third NFL season and has yet to play a regular-season snap. When he gets healthy, he'll likely have a chance to sign onto a practice squad elsewhere.
Cooper wasn't targeted until the second quarter and he ended up with his fewest receptions since Week 5. Still, he salvaged his day by finding the end zone after the game was out of reach. While he has the talent to explode at any time, it will be difficult to rely on the fourth-year pro against Denver in Week 12.
Walford, who was on the field for just five offensive snaps in Week 1, saw seven more snaps (12) in Week 2 against a struggling Jets defense while hauling in his first catch of the season. With Michael Crabtree, Amari Cooper and Jared Cook acquiring a majority of the targets from quarterback Derek Carr, Walford's role in the Raiders' aerial attack figures to remain limited in Week 3 against the Redskins.
Ware appears to have made a full recovery from his concussion symptoms and is back at practice. He should be a full participant through the rest of preseason barring any setbacks.
Usual starter Derek Carr suffered a transverse process fracture in his back last week, and he's inactive Sunday. Carr is targeting a Week 6 return to action, so this could be a one-week assignment for Manuel. He's a speculative fantasy play in Week 5, but working in his favor is that the Raiders will welcome starting wideout Michael Crabtree back to their lineup after he missed last Sunday's contest with a chest injury.
Irvin now has 31 tackles on the season to go along with 2.5 sacks. His 64 defensive snaps Sunday marked a new season high, as the veteran linebacker continues to be a leader on the Raiders' defense. He'll now get the bye week to rest up a bit before taking on the Patriots' high-flying offense in Week 11.
Woodson-Luster, an undrafted rookie out of Arkansas State, originally signed with the Raiders in May, but didn't survive roster cuts this past weekend. However, the team has since placed two players on injured reserve, creating an opening for Woodson-Luster to join the 53-man roster.
Patterson logged a season-high 57 snaps on offense in Week 8 against the Bills, as No. 3 receiver Seth Roberts was sidelined due to illness. Patterson's inflated snap count did not translate to an increase in production, however, as he accounted for just seven total yards on three touches. Roberts' illness most likely won't keep him out of Oakland's Week 9 matchup in Miami, so expect Patterson's snap count to return to its usual level against the Dolphins.
Feliciano was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list to open up training camp after suffering a knee injury during OTAs, but it now appears he's mostly put it behind him. Feliciano is expected to serve as the team's backup center this season.
Roberts was able to return from the illness that kept him sidelined Week 8 against the Bills, but he nearly tied his season low in offensive snaps with just 35. The third-year receiver logged his third 20-plus reception of the season, but he hasn't found the end zone since Week 1. Fellow receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree -- along with tight end Jared Cook -- continue to rank as quarterback Derek Carr's favorite targets as the Raiders head into their bye week.