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The Raiders (1-2) have regressed since their win over the Denver Broncos in Week 1. Since jumping out to a 10-0 first-quarter lead against Kansas City in Week 2, the Raiders have been outscored 62-14 in the next seven quarters by Kansas City and the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3. Quarterback Derek Carr completed 50-of-72 passes for 440 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions in the last two games, but most of those yards came in garbage time and he’s being criticized for not throwing deep. It’s too bad, because he has a fantastic emerging wide receiver in Oregon native and former Western Oregon
Oregon native Tyrell Williams continues to shine for Raiders
The wide receiver from Cascade High School in Salem and Western Oregon University continues to produce through the first three weeks of the 2019 season.
The Colts (2-1) are coming off impressive wins over the Tennessee Titans and Atlanta Falcons. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett is improving each week, but the Colts have been hit hard by injuries. Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps), along with linebacker Darius Leonard (constrong favorites at home over the Raiders—even despite the fact that they could be down key players such as T.Y. Hilton, Darius Leonard and Malik Hooker.
Here’s how the Colts Wire staff sees the Week 4 matchup going down:
Kevin Hickey (@KevinHickey11): Colts 26, Raiders 17
The Colts are riding high off their win over the Falcons in Week 3, and the confidence should continue against a struggling Raiders team. Even with wide receiver T.Y. Hilton unlikely to play, the Colts offense has plenty of weapons to find success against a Raiders defense that is struggling to both stop the run and rush the passer. I’m expecting a big game out of tight end Eric Ebron—both because Hilton likely misses and due to the fact that the Raiders are allowing 15.9 yards per catch to the position.
Defensively, the Colts will have to rely on depth given the absences of safety Malik Hooker and linebacker Darius Leonard. Even with Derek Carr’s solid start to the season, the Colts should get enough pressure on him to keep the Raiders offense at bay.
Even with their share of injuries, the Colts are at home facing a Raiders team limited in several areas, especially on defense. The AFC West competitor will walk into Lucas Oil Stadium with a unit that doesn’t rank higher than 23rd in various defensive categories, and they’re given the task of slowing down Frank Reich’s offense, which is beginning to open up its playbook.
Even if we flipped the script, and focused on the Colts’ defense, they should still be favored. Despite quarterback Derek Carr being