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Broncos V. Raiders - 11/8 Injury Report and By The Numbers


Let's take a look at the larger-than-normal Wednesday Injury Report for Week 10, one with more than it's fair share of Broncos --


RB Tatum Bell---------Toe
DE Patrick Chukwurah--Hamstring
DE Ebenezer Ekuban----Thigh
S Nick Ferguson-------Concussion
LB Ian Gold-----------Hamstring
FB Kyle Johnson-------Ankle
S John Lynch----------Concussion
WR Rod Smith----------Shoulder
CB Darrent Williams---Shoulder
LB Al Wilson----------Concussion


RB Cedric Cobbs-------Ankle  
DT Gerard Warren------Toe



QB Aaron Brooks-------Shoulder  
S Jarron Cooper-------Hamstring
RB Zack Crockett------Knee
LB Isaiah Ekejiuba----Foot
G Barry Sims----------Abdomen
TE Randal Williams----Back


RB Justin Fargas------Shoulder
S Michael Huff--------Concussion
RB LaMont Jordan------Back


Here's how Broncos and Raiders stack up heading into their final match-up of the 2006 season --

SCORING OFFENSE -- The Broncos rank 22nd in the League at 17.6 points per game.
                              The Raiders rank 32nd at 11.5 points per game.

PASSING OFFENSE -- The Broncos rank 28th, averaging 163.9 yards per game.
                               The Raiders are 32nd in passing, averaging 122.8 yards per game.

RUSHING OFFENSE -- The Broncos place 3rd, averaging 150.2 yards per game
                                The Raiders are 18th, averaging 105.1 yards per game

TOTAL OFFENSE -- The Broncos are 17th, averaging 314.1 yards per game.
                           The Raiders are 32nd, averaging 227.9 yards per game.


SCORING DEFENSE -- The Broncos are 1st, allowing 12.2 points per game.
                               The Raiders are 14th, allowing 20.5 points per game.

PASSING DEFENSE -- The Broncos are 29th, allowing 229.8 yards per game.
                               The Raiders are 2nd, allowing 159.8 yards per game.

RUSHING DEFENSE -- The Broncos are 6th, allowing 91.2 yards per game
                                The Raiders are 27th, allowing 136.4 yards per game.

TOTAL DEFENSE -- The Broncos are 15th, allowing 321 yards per game.
                            The Raiders are 9th, allowing 296.1 yards per game

TURNOVERS -- The Broncos are 8th, with a +4 turnover margin.
                      The Raiders are 29th, with a -9 turnover margin