The Oakland Raiders will play host to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, and here is the final injury report heading into Week 10.
The Oakland Raiders head back to the Coliseum in Week 10 to face off against the division rival Los Angeles Chargers. They’ve had extra time to mentally regroup from that embarrassing loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday night football, however, that time has not helped them fully regroup physically.
The final injury report was released today and several players were limited in practice the entire week. The offensive line, in particular, has been depleted by injuries and it showed in last week’s game.
There has been no official game status on these players yet, but Kolton Miller, Kelechi Osemele and Rodney Hudson were all limited in practice this week. Osmele has been out for multiple weeks with knee problems and Miller has had similar issues and it’s made him a liability on the field so it might be wise to just let him heal.
Even their first backup lineman Jon Feliciano has been dealing with injured ribs so things are very thin up front. Last week, quarterback Derek Carr was harassed all game long, and you have to wonder how long he can continue to take a beating in year five.
At the skill positions running back Doug Martin, who has shown some signs of life these past two weeks was limited with a hip injury. Martin was moved into the feature back role when Marshawn Lynch was placed on injured reserve, and will be counted on to carry the load the rest of the way.
The lone bright spot on offense is Gabe Jackson who was a full participant in practice all week.