OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-0) AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS (1-1) KICKOFF: Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ET, FedEx Field. TV: NBC, Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (field reporter). SERIES HISTORY: 13th regular-season meeting. Raiders lead series, 7-5. Oakland hasn't played in Washington since 2005 thanks to a schedule quirk between the NFC East and AFC West teams. The Redskins outscored the Raiders 58-27 in wins in Oakland in 2009 and 2013. The teams met in Super Bowl XVIII, with the Raiders winning in a blowout, 38-9. KEYS TO THE GAME: The Raiders' plan seems simple enough -- choke off the run and force Kirk Cousins to throw the ball on their terms. Washington's passing game has yet to take off after the
Postseason teams are continuing to win, except for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and some incredible runs put on by teams just outside of the playoffs are being pushed to the side. Although most of the divisions have been wrapped up, the battle for first place in each league and the overall top seed for home-field throughout the playoffs are getting heated. Of course the Dodgers losing three straight to Philadelphia Phillies, with the potential for the sweep tonight, is a huge factor. Still at 96 wins they hold the best record in baseball but everyone is charging fast. Cleveland is now a game behind for home-field throughout the playoffs and Houston is 2.5 back. The Indians have won 26 of their last
Sunday, September 24, will be a huge day on Yahoo Sports. Along with the latest from London ahead of the game, our group of experts will also discuss injury replacements for your fantasy team and debate if Russell Wilson will finally hit his stride in Week 3. Andy Behrens, Brad Evans, Liz Loza, Tank Williams, Nicole Zaloumis and Dr. Greg Horner will tackle all that and much more starting on Sunday at 5 a.m. ET.