This will be a home game for the Raiders
Despite last week being the last game in Oakland, the Raiders get another chance to play in front of a home-field when they head to Los Angeles. The crowd will likely be around 90% Raiders fans, if not more, thanks to a strong fan base still in the Los Angeles area, and a Raider Nation that loves to travel.
The Raiders blew their final game in Oakland, but as long as they are in the AFC West, they will get to play in front of a Raider-friendly California crowd. The Raiders will be motivated to make their wrongs right from last week, as nobody wants to walk out to the sound of boos again, especially Derek Carr.
Of course, the Raiders are once again short-handed this week, as both Trent Brown and Josh Jacobs are out for this one. Carr would like nothing more than to put up a huge game against his division rival, as he plays Philip Rivers for possibly the last time Rivers will wear a Chargers uniform as the starter.