It will be a historic day on Sunday, as it will likely be the Raiders’ final game in Oakland before their planned move to Las Vegas in 2020. Despite a 42-41 loss to a hot Tennessee team, the Raiders have treated their fans to mostly success at home, going 5-2 so far (though one of those wins was in London). The Jaguars, meanwhile, are ice cold – they are the first NFL team in over 30 years to lose five-straight games by 17 points or more in the same season. This includes a 45-10 home loss to the LA Chargers last week with Gardner Minshew II back at quarterback. The Raiders are also going through a rough stretch, having dropped three-straight games, all by 21 points or more. Each team is averaging under 20 points per game and allowing over 25, so they are struggling on both sides of the ball. It seems that Oakland should be the more motivated team, in order to send their fans home happy one last time. At the end of the 2018 season, it was thought that the Raiders’ game against Denver would be the final one in Oakland, and the Raiders ended up winning that game outright despite going in as underdogs. One more thing to note – Jacksonville is 3-20 straight up (7-16 against the spread) in December road games over the past decade.