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Thomas McCartney • 17 November 2019

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The Oakland Raiders are favored to win for the first time this season. They have the luxury of staying at home another week and will welcome the Cincinnati Bengals at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday at RingCentral Coliseum. Oakland has the odds in their favor, so they'll need to guard against complacency.

The Raiders came out on top in a nail-biter against the Los Angeles Chargers last week, sneaking past 26-24. Oakland's RB Josh Jacobs filled up the stat sheet. He rushed for 71 yards and one TD on 16 carries. Oakland's win came on an 18-yard rush from Jacobs with only 1:06 remaining in the fourth quarter.

Meanwhile, it's never fun to lose, and it even less fun to lose 49-13, which was the final score in Cincinnati's tilt against the Baltimore Ravens. QB Ryan Finley wasn't much of a difference maker for Cincinnati; despite one touchdown, he threw one interception and fumbled the ball once with only 5.57 yards per passing attempt.

Oakland's victory lifted them to 5-4 while Cincinnati's defeat dropped them down to 0-8. A couple defensive stats to keep an eye on: Oakland is stumbling into the game with the second most passing touchdowns allowed in the league, having given up 24 on the season. Cincinnati has experienced some defensive struggles of their own as they are worst in the NFL in yards allowed per game, with 429.4 on average. Look for both offensives to try attacking early to give their own defense a break.

Nonetheless, numbers don’t lie and the season rankings could very well tell the story of what’s to come on Sunday. Cincinnati has been abysmal against the run, while its the Raiders’ strength. The Bengals are starting a rookie quarterback, while Oakland’s defense could be coming into its own.

In his inaugural season in the NFL, Josh jacobs has solidified himself as the favorite for Offensive Rookie of the Year, as well as one of the premier running backs in the league. Jacobs has been the fulcrum of the Raiders’ offense, maximizing every opportunity behind an offensive line that has been stellar.

Sunday’s matchup against the Bengals is a dream scenario.

The Raiders are ranked eighth in the NFL in rushing, meanwhile, Cincinnati is ranked dead last in rushing yards allowed to date. The Bengals are last in rushing yards allowed per attempt, rushing yards allowed per game, and second-to-last in rushing touchdowns allowed. It’s not rocket science to fire up Jacobs as your RB1 in fantasy leagues for Sunday.

Josh Jacobs has yet to notch three rushing touchdowns in a game this season, emphasis on “yet.” On Sunday, against the Bengals defense that seemingly can’t stop anyone in the ground game, Jacobs will get a triple rushing touchdown performance.