49ers Week 14 Injury Report: Lynch Questionable, Staley Doubtful For Jets On SundayAs the San Francisco 49ers approach a home game in Week 14 against the New York Jets this Sunday, the team is relatively healthy. That's good news for a team that is 1-11 and trying to avoid setting a franchise-worst mark for losses in a single season. The Jets matchup may be the last good chance for the 49ers to win another game in 2016.
49ers Week 13 Injury Report: San Francisco Still Suffering From Injuries, But Getting HealthierThe San Francisco 49ers have a bad defense this season, and part of the problem has been a lot of injuries. Not only did the 49ers lose the heart and soul of the defense (NaVorro Bowman) earlier this year to a season-ending injury, but linebacker Aaron Lynch has been absent for most of the season due to suspension and injury. The S.F. organization has not been able to fill this void, and Lynch is still questionable for Sunday's game in Chicago.
Raiders Injury Report: Murray and Crabtree Questionable, McGee Again OutSitting in the AFC West catbird's seat at 9-2, the Raiders hold a game lead over Kansas City (8-3), with a two-game edge on defending Super Bowl champion Denver (7-4). That said there is much to be decided before the end of the regular season in the evening hours of New Year's Day.
49ers Week 12 Injury Report: Lynch And Ward Questionable For Dolphins Game On SundayThe San Francisco 49ers have the worst defense in the NFL this season, both in points allowed and yards allowed. However, the team may get a boost on Sunday in Miami against the Dolphins, as linebacker Aaron Lynch could be ready to return from a month-long absence due to an ankle injury. Also, defensive back Jimmie Ward is questionable after experiencing concussion-like symptoms against the New England Patriots last week. The 49ers defense will need all the help it can get on Sunday in Miami.
Raiders Injury Report: Murray, Crabtree See Limited Practice Due To Ankle InjuriesFor the Raiders, the path an AFC West title and more is rather simply laid out. With a one-game lead over both Kansas City and Denver, Oakland (8-2) simply has to win out in order to claim its first division crown in more than a decade.
Raiders Week 11 Injury Report: Oakland Very Healthy For Its MNF Matchup Against HoustonThe Oakland Raiders are 7-2 and tied for first place among AFC West Division teams. Now, thanks to the great timing of its bye week, Oakland also is a very healthy football team as it looks to close strong in the final seven games of the NFL regular season. The Raiders haven't made the playoffs since 2002, but if the roster can stay this healthy, the Silver & Black have a great chance to make it back to meaningful January football for the first time in 14 years.
49ers Week 11 Injury Report: Defense Still Wounded As Brady And Patriots Come CallingFew defenses embrace the challenge of facing quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense, especially when injuries have depleted the starting lineup and the backup units. But that's the case for the San Francisco 49ers this weekend as they host the Pats at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. The 49ers have the worst defense in the NFL, and with several defensive players still injured and on the mend, it's not the best time to face Brady and all his offensive weapons.
Raiders Bye Week Injury Report: Oakland In Relatively Good Shape As Bye Week Break BeginsWith a 7-2 record heading into the break, Oakland holds a half-game lead over rival Kansas City (6-2) in the quite competitive AFC West. Denver sits a full game back at 6-3, with San Diego three games back in the basement at 4-5. Oakland has meetings (all on the road) left with its three top rivals.
Injury Report: 49ers Defense Still Banged Up PlentyAs the San Francisco 49ers get ready to play the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday on the road, their defense is still banged up plenty, with three designated "questionable" for the matchup after being limited in workouts this week.
49ers Week 9 Injury Report: Hyde Questionable, Lynch Out Despite Bye Week RestThe San Francisco 49ers face a tough road through to the end of the NFL's regular season, and with just one win in their first seven games, the 49ers cannot afford a lot of injuries to key players.
Raiders Week 9 Injury Report: Will Cooper Be There For Carr?With both teams coming into the game tied for first place in the AFC West, the winner assumes control of the division, albeit possibly for just a week or so. With a rematch scheduled for the final weekend of the regular season (Jan 1) in Denver, much could change between now and then in the divisional race.
Injury Report: Lynch's Ankle Another Big Blow To 49er DefenseThe San Francisco 49ers don't play this weekend, but when they return to action in Week 9 against the New Orleans Saints at Levi's Stadium, they will be without linebacker Aaron Lynch.

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