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How Many Games do the Oddsmakers Think the Oakland Raiders Will Win in 2017?

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Aug/14/2017

Oddsmakers have the Oakland Raiders winning 10 or more games during the 2017 regular NFL season with a relatively low price of -120. 

Athlon.com writes of the Raiders chances in 2017:

The Raiders should ride their explosive offense into the playoffs again, assuming Carr stays healthy, but they’ll need to improve defensively to make a Super Bowl run. The Raiders, who have the NFL’s fourth-toughest schedule, will be tested early with three of their first four games on the road. They’ll find out whether their lame-duck status affects their home-field advantage when they host the Jets in Week 2.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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