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4-6, 3rd in AFC West

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing, on not using Marshawn Lynch on a 4th and 1 opportunity last week in Mexico City against the Patriots: “Yeah that's my fault. I should've gotten Marshawn in there. I should've tagged him in the personnel grouping. In that situation, we would normally have him in there. I think he had run it a couple of times previously to that and was getting a little bit of a breather, so we plugged ‘Maze' (Jamize Olawale), who's our second short-yardage back, in there. But you can pin that on me; I ,should've had (Lynch) in there.”

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

John Pagano, on how the Raiders defense will look different under him: “We just have to go out and we have to play better. We have to coach better. We have to do a lot of things different. We have to create turnovers. I think that's the biggest thing missing from any defense. You have to get off the field on third down. We have to go out there, we have to affect the quarterback and make him uncomfortable. I think when those things happen, that gives you that confidence to keep doing the things that you want to do differently. We're going to go out there, we're going to play hard. The one thing I've always stressed and always been about is technique, fundamentals and unbelievable effort. I think those three things can get you home."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Irvin and Khalil Mack returned to practice on Thanksgiving after being given Wednesday off as "rest-type" days. Right tackle Marshall Newhouse was a full participant after being limited the day prior and receiver Cordarrelle Patterson appeared on the injury report.

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NFL Week 12 predictions: Broncos at Raiders

Both the Broncos and Raiders will look to gain points on the ground. But how well each team's defense responds will be a huge determining factor.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders say Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin were given a "rest" day today from practice.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin did not seem pleased with Ken Norton, Jr. being fired as defensive coordinator a day earlier and both missed practice on Wednesday for non-injury reasons. Plus, WR Johnny Holton, who was evaluated for a concussion Sunday in Mexico City but allowed to return and play, sat out practice with...a concussion.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Crabtree attempts the one-handed grab in practice on a throw from Derek Carr on Wednesday.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

New defensive play caller John Pagano oversees a DB drill, with DB coach Rod Woodson.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback David Amerson still not practicing, as he walks off to side field with trainer after stretch.

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Raiders coach Jack Del Rio roams the linebacker line during stretch, a day after firing defensive coordinator Ken Norton, Jr.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I like to keep my thoughts private." - Khalil Mack, when asked his thoughts on Ken Norton, Jr. being let go as defensive coordinator.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Flores not among the 27 semifinalists for Pro Football Hall of Fame consideration. Don Coryell and Jimmy Johnson are the two coaches who made the cut. Raiders-for-a-minute Roger Craig, Randy Moss and Richard Seymour are semifinalists. Flores, the first minority coach to win a Super Bowl, won two as the Raiders coach and has four rings total. He was 11-5 vs. Coryell and 6-0 with the Raiders against Don Shula.

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Time for Raiders to focus on draft?

Defensive inconsistency has all but derailed the playoff hopes for the Raiders, who FPI projects to have just a 4 percent chance of qualifying for the postseason. Even landing a top-10 pick appears to be worse than a coin-flip proposition for Oakland.

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Raiders fire DC Norton Jr. after loss to Patriots

The Oakland Raiders have relieved Ken Norton Jr. of his defensive coordinator duties. The team ranks in the bottom third of most defensive categories this season and does not have an interception in its first 10 games.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders make it official, announce the parting of ways with defensive coordinator Ken Norton, Jr, and make John Pagano the defensive play caller.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I'm just a rookie." - Raiders DT Eddie Vanderdoes, on report of Ken Norton, Jr. being fired as defensive coordinator.

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Power Rankings: Raiders falling fast

The Raiders took quite the drop in the Power Rankings this week, down five spots. Unless they can string together some wins, this season is off the rails.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I'm not going to get into all that. That's not for me...bottom line, I'm here to coach the football team." - Jack Del Rio, on Donald Trump's Tweet that Marshawn Lynch should be suspended for sitting during the US national anthem, but standing for the Mexican anthem in Mexico City.

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Grading the quarterback play for the Raiders

Derek Carr is still picking up stats -- 1,954 yards with 13 touchdowns to seven interceptions while completing 65.2 percent of his passes -- but there's just something missing. Is the broken bone in his back, suffered in Week 4, still an issue?

Team Stats

Passing Yards236.814th
Rushing Yards89.727th
Points For20.4Tied-20th
Points Against24.7Tied-21st