Raiders Week 4: Forget the Patriots, We’ve Got Kendra Stabler Moyes

After a rough week in New England, we focus on the upcoming Las Vegas Raiders Week 4 matchup. The Silver and Black will welcome the Buffalo Bills at Allegiant Stadium. Moreover, we chat with the daughter of a legend.

Game Breakdowns

In this week’s episode of The Only Nation Podcast, we discuss the Patriots game. We look forward to the Bills game and spend some time with Kendra Stabler Moyes. We start off revisiting the scene of the crime of the Tuck Rule Game in Foxborough, Massachusetts. There, the Raiders fell to the Patriots 20-36 last Sunday.

Not wanting to dwell on the negative too much, we decide to break down the Raiders’ next game, which is against the Bills. We are split on our predictions about who will come out victorious on Sunday. The Raiders do have home-field advantage in Las Vegas, but we agree that it will be a tough game due to the presence of quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Allen has been one of the most accurate passers this season while Diggs currently ranks fourth in the NFL in receiving yards. 

Related: Raiders HC Jon Gruden Not Far Off When Talking About Bills QB Josh Allen

Remembering A Raiders Legend

Finally, we visit with Hall of Fame quarterback Ken Stabler’s daughter, Kendra Stabler Moyes. We share memories of her father and catch up with what the XOXO Stabler Foundation is doing now that his family has decided to continue its mission. We were honored to have Kendra join us on our show and hope that you also are able to enjoy her time with us.

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Join Heidi Stabbert, Raider Homer and T3RaiderFax on their Las Vegas Raiders show The Only Nation Podcast. Available on podcast platforms everywhere.

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