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Where: O.co Coliseum
When: 21.05 (GMT)
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The Oakland Raiders and Philadelphia will be hoping their lifeless offence after half-time chooses week nine to be rectified as the Eagles hit the round for the important clash.
The Eagles have not been helped by their instability at quarterback with injuries an poor form seeing them change up their play-caller several times this season.
Sunday’s starting job will again fall to Nick Foles who will be out to stop a Raiders side seeking its third win in a row.
Athough the Raiders held on for a 21-18 victory over Pittsburgh last Sunday, they continued their recent trend of starting strong before having to rely on their improving defense in the second half.
Terrelle Pryor broke loose on a 93-yard touchdown run and Darren McFadden ran in a pair of scores to help the Raiders build a 21-3 halftime lead before they were outscored 15-0 in the fourth quarter.
Oakland has outscored opponents 59-20 while averaging 196.3 yards over the first 30 minutes in its last four games, but has been crushed by a 63-10 margin and generated just 91.3 yards in the second half of those contests.
On the season, the Raiders rank 12th with 185.9 yards per game and four turnovers in the first half but sit last in the NFL with 129.0 yards along with eight giveaways in the second.
The Raiders begin a soft part of their schedule against Philadelphia (3-5), followed by the New York Giants (2-6), Houston (2-5), Tennessee (3-4), Dallas (4-4) and the New York Jets (4-4).
With Michael Vick out for the second time because of a hamstring injury, Foles makes his third start just two weeks after suffering a concussion against the Cowboys.
Foles has appeared in five games, two as a starter, and has completed 52 of 90 passes for 622 yards with six touchdowns and no interceptions.
He shined against Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, going 22 of 31 for 296 yards with three touchdowns, but completed only 11 of 29 attempts for 80 yards before getting knocked out against Dallas a week later.
The Raiders’ starting offensive line against the Eagles figures to be: LT Khalif Barnes, LG Lucas Nix, C Stefen Wisniewski, RG Mike Brisiel, RT Matt McCants, with Watson the backup tackle and Lamar Mady the backup guard.
Out: SS Tyvon Branch (ankle), C/G Andre Gurode (quad), RT Tony Pashos (hip)
Questionable: WR Andre Holmes (hamstring), LT Menelik Watson (calf)