Oakland Raiders Game Plan: Week 4 (Chicago Bears)

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Sep 27, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Oakland Raiders free safety Charles Woodson (24) celebrates his fourth quarter interception against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Bottom Line

The Raiders haven’t proven enough for me to call this a trap game, but they can lose this one. I understand the Bears are 0-3 but they have some strengths in areas that the Raiders have shown weaknesses. But the good news there is that so far this year, head coach Jack Del Rio has been able to fix one major flaw per week.

Hopefully the coverage on the tight end if not anything else coming in will be what gets fixed. The corners have improved, but they had so much work to do, that one is going to take a while. But the pass-rush will be there so Cutler isn’t going to have all the time in the world to throw deep to Jeffery.

But running the ball, throwing deep and blitzing out of that 3-4 will get this one done and move to 3-1 to make that highly anticipated game against the Denver Broncos next week a game with plenty on the line,