The Raiders were a 10-win playoff team last year, but sit 0-3 with a realistic chance to make it four straight losses to open the season.
For all of Denver's issues offensively so far, their defense is giving up the second-fewest points per game after beating the 49ers on Sunday night, 11-10, in an ugly game.
So yeah, it's been a weird start to the Nathaniel Hackett era in Denver, to say the least. Fortunately, they finally converted in the red zone, but an 0-for-6 start to the season is still alarming.
Russell Wilson and the offense have to figure it out soon for this team to make any strides, but there's a chance to break through and find a rhythm against a Raiders defense that's 24th in points allowed.
Denver is also 11-8 straight up in its last 19 road games against the Raiders.
Coming off of a 24-22 loss to the Titans in the "Underachiever Bowl," Vegas is reeling. ESPN reported head coach Josh McDaniels spent time in a closed-door meeting with team owner Mark Davis after the game, which is never a good sign given the fact that he's coached three whole games with the organization.
The Raiders are 3-7 ATS in their last 10 games against the AFC, while the total has hit the under in nine of their last 11 games against Denver.
The Broncos have had issues on offense all season long, but this defense has been a problem for every opponent so far this year. Sure, the first two were Seattle and Houston, but the 49ers were held to just 10 points, and that won't help a Raiders offense that's had it's issues early.