In only his second year in the NFL, Rod Streater has turned himself into arguably the most reliable Raiders receiver. While he doesn’t possess the gamebreaking speed of a Denarius Moore or Jacoby Ford, he has yet to miss a game in two years and now is closing in on a major season milestone.
Streater is hoping to secure his first 1,000 yard season and has three games left to do so. He currently stand 213 yards shy of the mark and will have to average 71 yards over the team’s final three games to achieve his goal.
The team is preparing for a big matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs and as expected will go into the divisional game as underdogs, despite being at home.
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