A look at Raiders statistics over the previous three seasons on the road, during which they have a 2-22 record and 11 consecutive losses:
Points per game 15.5/29.0
Yards per game 292.0/349.7
Passing offense 206.6/271.4
Rushing offense 85.4/130.0
First downs total 367/469
First downs rushing 92/161
First downs passing 249/258
First downs penalty 26/50
Sacks allowed 59/39
1st quarter scoring 66 /174
2nd quarter scoring 117/189
3rd quarter scoring 108/128
4th quarter scoring 100/170
NFL’s worst road records since 2012
1. Raiders 2-22/.083
2. Jacksonville 4-20/.167
3. Cleveland 5-20/.200
Raiders home and away
Road breakdown over the past three seasons:
vs. AFC West 1-8
vs. other AFC 1-8
vs. NFC teams 0-6
Starting quarterback W-L breakdown over last three seasons
Matt McGloin 1-3
Carson Palmer 1-6
Terrelle Pryor 0-5
Derek Carr 0-8
Notes on the Raiders road futility over the previous three seasons:
— The Raiders’ two wins on the road came against teams that eventually finished 2-14 _ the Chiefs in 2012 and the Texans in 2013.
— The Raiders have trailed after each team’s initial possession 16 times in 24 games.
— The Raiders have led three times after each team’s initial possession three times, losing twice.
— The Raiders have trailed at the end of the first quarter 16 times in 24 games and lost them all.
— The Raiders have led at the end of the first quarter twice in 24 games and won both times.
— The Raiders have trailed at halftime 16 times in 24 games and lost them all.
— The Raiders have led at halftime five times in 24 games, winning one.
— The Raiders have allowed a 100 yards rushing to an opposing running back five times, all losses. The Raiders have had a running back gain 100 yards twice (Darren McFadden in 2012 and Rashad Jennings in 2013), both wins.
— The Raiders are 11-12-1 against the point spread according to Bovada and 6-3-1 in 10 games in which they were a double-digit underdog on the road.
Note: Figures to not include a Week 4 loss to the Miami Dolphins in 2014 in London, England, a neutral site.