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Just Win, Ladies! Latest Episode from your First Ladies of Raider Nation

Time to check in on Week 6 with your first ladies of Raider Nation! Join Angria Trask and Jenny the Chirping Raiderette through the highs and lows of a dismal Week 6.   https://www.spreaker.com/user/outofpocketnetwork/week-6-and-another-loss-but-fear-not-the Advertisements Continue reading Just Win, Ladies! Latest Episode from your First Ladies of Raider Nation

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Tuck Rule

Ramble 101: Tuck You, Brady – That “Tucking” Rule That Ruined a Super Bowl Run

There are few moments in football history that stand out as much as the infamous Tuck Rule game. Since that moment, the Raiders have a nasty chip on their shoulder against the Patriots, and specifically Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. … Continue reading Ramble 101: Tuck You, Brady – That “Tucking” Rule That Ruined a Super Bowl Run

Ramble 101: Holy Rolling to Infamy

To reiterate a statement in an earlier segment, the Raiders have had their fair share of good AND bad highlights. They were involved in some of the most controversial plays that went in their favor and some that didn’t. One of the most well-known of the NFL’s controversial wins ended up clinching a game for the Raiders, a play that still angers Chargers fans everywhere. It’s not an unfair chip to keep on your shoulder, Chargers fans, because everyone has a little bit of a different story. There’s nothing like a Sunday afternoon with a Holy Roller. Continue reading Ramble 101: Holy Rolling to Infamy

Raiders Roster Final 53 – The Offensive Arsenal

The Oakland Raiders expect to see a big year from quarterback Derek Carr and weapons have been added to help him meet that expectation. Carr deserves a stable that will stand up and work for him, and there are several of those guys on the roster now. Here are the final roster weapons, when all is said and done. Continue reading Raiders Roster Final 53 – The Offensive Arsenal

Ramble 101: The Sea of Highlights

December 21, 1974 – The Oakland Raiders were facing the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Divisional game. The game was a back and forth contest that you would expect and hope to see in a playoff game. The Dolphins opened by running the kickoff back for a touchdown. Things were looking bleak for the Raiders early in the game but after a Ken Stabler interception to Dolphins defensive back Dick Anderson, Miami would take a hit in their secondary, when safety Jake Scott went out of the game with an injury. The defense did their┬ájob and forced Miami to punt. Stabler redeemed himself shortly after with a touchdown pass to Charlie Smith. That touchdown tied the game. Continue reading Ramble 101: The Sea of Highlights

Raiders Roster Final 53 – QBs and the Men Who Protect Them

“As the World Turns” seems to be the theme for the Raiders’ offseason so far. If anyone is actually surprised about that after Jon Gruden took over the reigns, hold on tight and enjoy the ride because it’s not over. … Continue reading Raiders Roster Final 53 – QBs and the Men Who Protect Them

Ramble 101: Stickum Up – Breaking The Rules Before They Were Rules

The Oakland Raiders have a long and illustrious history that lends heavily to the development of the NFL into the league that it is today.
To understand the Raiders is to understand the NFL. How could so much be attributable to one team, you may ask, but a glimpse into the past tells you everything you need to know about how Al Davis and his Raiders have molded the league in their own way. Continue reading Ramble 101: Stickum Up – Breaking The Rules Before They Were Rules