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OAKLAND vs. DENVER 9/16/2018 NFL Odds, Pick & Preview

OAKLAND vs. DENVER 9/16/2018 NFL  Odds, Pick & Preview
DENVER, CO - JANUARY 01: Devontae Booker (23) of the Denver Broncos runs as T.J. Carrie (38) of the Oakland Raiders lines him up during the third quarter on Sunday, January 1, 2017. The Denver Broncos hosted the Oakland Raiders. (Photo by Joe Amon/The Denver Post)

The OAKLAND and the DENVER will both be gunning for a victory on 9/16/2018 at 4:25 PM when they meet in a game matchup.

When: 4:25 PM ET, Sunday, September 16, 2018
Where: Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver, Colorado

285 OAKLAND -6 (-110) (-110) 160

TV: 4:25 PM
LINE: -4.5

Oddsmakers currently have the DENVER listed as -6 point favorites versus the OAKLAND, while the game’s total is sitting at 45.5.

Von Miller wreaked havoc in the Denver Broncos’ season-opening victory and has a good chance to do it again when his team hosts the AFC West-rival Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Miller registered three sacks and forced two fumbles, recovering one himself, as the Broncos posted a 27-24 triumph over Seattle last weekend.

Miller’s efforts helped make Case Keenum’s debut with Denver a successful one as the journeyman completed 25-of-39 passes for 329 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions after signing a two-year, $36 million contract in March. Miller could have an even bigger day against Oakland, which started well but faded miserably in its season-opening 33-13 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. The Raiders scored a touchdown on the first possession of the game and held a 13-10 lead at halftime but allowed 23 points while being blanked in the second half. Derek Carr threw for 303 yards but was intercepted three times and failed to record a TD pass as the Raiders sent their fans home disappointed in coach Jon Gruden’s return to the sideline after a nine-year hiatus.

TV: 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS. LINE: Broncos -6. O/U: 45.5

ABOUT THE RAIDERS (0-1): Oakland added a new, yet familiar, face this week, re-signing wide receiver Martavis Bryant on Wednesday after releasing him nine days earlier. “I think he’s in a good place right now,” Gruden told reporters of Bryant, who was acquired from Pittsburgh in April but had a disappointing training camp. “I think he’s healthy. I think he’s ready to go. I’m sold on that.” While top receivers Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson combined for 32 yards on four receptions last week, Jared Cook had a huge game, making nine catches for a career-high 180 yards to become the seventh tight end in NFL history to record those numbers in a single contest.

ABOUT THE BRONCOS (1-0): Denver received solid contributions from a pair of rookie running backs in its season opener as Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman each gained 71 yards on 15 carries, with the former also catching a touchdown pass. Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas also had a TD reception against Seattle and looks to make it six consecutive home games with a scoring catch on Sunday. Emmanuel Sanders aims for another big day against the Raiders after hauling in 10 passes for 135 yards and a touchdown in the season opener.


1. Miller leads the NFL with 86 1/2 sacks since entering the league in 2011.

2. Oakland DE Bruce Irvin has forced 11 fumbles since 2016 – the most in the league in that span.

3. Keenum threw only seven interceptions in 15 games with Minnesota last season.

PREDICTION: Broncos 41, Raiders 17