The Oakland Raiders are right in the middle of the AFC playoff race and will face their toughest challenge of the season on Sunday when they travel to face the Green Bay Packers. Even at full strength, it's tough to envision the Raiders winning on the road; the team is currently depleted by injuries and may be without some of their biggest playmakers this week. On the other side, the Packers are as healthy as they have been all season and may only be without a defensive starter or two.
Here is the full injury report from Thursday:
Did Not Participate In Practice: QB Jason Campbell (collarbone), WR Jacoby Ford (foot), RB Taiwan Jones (hamstring), RB Darren McFadden (foot), WR Denarius Moore (foot)
Limited Participation In Practice: DT John Henderson (knee), DT Tommy Kelly (toe), DE Jarvis Moss (hamstring), WR Chaz Schilens (foot), DE Trevor Scott (shoulder), DT Richard Seymour (knee)
Full Participation In Practice: TE Kevin Boss (hip), S Michael Huff (ankle)
OUT: T Chad Clifton (hamstring, back), G Josh Sitton (knee)
Did Not Participate In Practice: LB Desmond Bishop (calf), LB A.J. Hawk (calf), LB Vic So'oto (back), RB James Starks (knee, ankle)
The Raiders do not expect to have either McFadden or Jacoby Ford available on Sunday, which would be a big blow to the offense. The team has managed to remain efficient on offense without their two star playmakers, but it will be tough to score in cold conditions at Lambeau Field. The Packers are worried about the progress of A.J. Hawk's calf and the All-Pro linebacker is questionable for week 14.
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