The 2-9 Giants have made a change at quarterback, as Eli Manning has been benched in favor of Geno Smith.
The Raiders will get their second straight crack at an opponent making a change at quarterback. Last week the Broncos turned to Paxton Lynch, and the Raiders feasted.
Prior to Lynch leaving the game late in the third quarter with an injury, the Broncos had just 41 yards passing and three first downs. The Raiders even recorded their first interception of the season thanks to Lynch.
Manning might not even be active, as the Giants are planning to play rookie Davis Webb at some point to end the season.
Manning has completed 62.5 percent if his passes and has an interception percentage at 1.8 percent, both better than his career average. He has also been sacked 26 times in 11 games, five more times than he was in 16 games last season.
In his career Geno Smith has completed 57.7 percent of his passes and thrown an interception on 4.1 percent of his passes.
The Raiders have one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL, allowing the highest completion percentage while producing the fewest interceptions.
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