Raiders’ Gabe Jackson knows there’s a payday on the horizon

Offensive Guard Trai Turner of the Carolina Panthers have already started preliminary talks about a potential contract extension, via the Charlotte Observer and Gabe Jackson is listening and probably feeling proud of himself as his hard work is about to pay off and he is going to get a new contract as soon as this upcoming season. He has come a long way from his rookie season and even though he is not a premier guard (yet), he knows what the market is and has a feeling about how much money he can get paid after the 2017 season.


Making a case for Raiders newest weapon Cordarrelle Patterson

I think Cordarrelle Patterson will have limited targets in this loaded offense but return large production from his touches that ultimately will spurn Seth Roberts playing time. Cordarrelle will remain the league’s best kickoff returner in silver & black and here’s to hoping to see him take one back to the house in “The Black Hole” albeit this time not in a Vikings uniform.


2017 Outlook: Raiders that might overachieve in 2017

There are always players who step their game up out of nowhere and have Pro Bowl caliber seasons; Lorenzo Alexander, who amassed 12.5 sacks for the Buffalo Bills, was one of those players last year. We previously talked about three Raiders players who might underperform in 2017 and with Alexander in mind, let’s look at three players who might go above and beyond for the Oakland Raiders in 2017.

Todd Downing discusses Raiders offensive weapons

Todd Downing who’ll be leading the Oakland Raiders’ Derek Carr-led offense for the first time discussed his weapons today.

In an article published by, written by Kyle Martin, Downing talked about the many options the team will have at its disposal this upcoming season. From Amari Cooper to the newly arrived Marshawn Lynch.

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