The shock and awe of the blockbuster Khalil Mack trade will sting Raider Nation for some time. It is always difficult when the team that you have adored all your life seems to consistently let you down. This is another … Continue reading Khalil Mack Replacements, or is there such a thing?
First and foremost the Raiders would be mightily unwise to deal one of the best defensive players in the NFL and I personally don’t see it coming to fruition. However, here at the Ramble, it’s important to cover all angles. With … Continue reading The Unthinkable? Trade Possibilities for Khalil Mack
According to Emory University, the Oakland Raiders have the 21st best fans in the NFL. Here is the compilation of results for how the study of fandom tested out.
This rather fishy poll includes fan, social, and road equity. The Oakland Raiders fall in at No. 31 in fan equity, which means Raider Nation does not really like to burn their hard-earned cash on almost anything Silver & Black. They are No. 4 in road equity, which sort of makes the low standing in fan equity seem very disputable and hard to fathom. While No. 19 in social media seems reasonably inadequate at best. Continue reading Raiders’ Questionable Fandom
It has now been over four months since Jon Gruden rejoined the Oakland Raiders as its latest head man. After a well thought out free agency period the Silver and Black was retooled with some questionable aging veterans.
Then came a risky three days in Jerry’s World during draft weekend. And of course, the impending move to Las Vegas that is still on everyone’s mind. It has led to a few analysts conjuring the topic of whether the 100 million dollar man is worth it Continue reading Opinion: Will Pressure Crumble Gruden Instantaneously?
The 2018 Oakland Raiders draft could go down as one of the most historic and polarizing events in the illustrious history of the Silver and Black. From offensive lineman Kolton Miller to wide receiver Marcell Ateman, let’s break down the … Continue reading NFL: Ranking The Raiders Draft Picks
We’re all well aware by now who the preeminent crop of talent is that lies at the top of the draft. With that said, let’s take a peek at some of the underachieving draft targets who may take a tumble … Continue reading Raiders: NFL Draft Targets To Avoid
The three-day spectacle that is the NFL Draft is vastly approaching. So without further ado, it’s time for the fourth version of RaiderRamble.com’s full seven-round mock draft. Continue reading Seven Round Mock 4.0: Raiders Go DL in 1st
After a fanatical free agency shake-up, it’s time to look on paper where the crop of AFC-West currently stands. Los Angeles Chargers Years ago the Chargers offensive line was just plain offensive. Now they have turned it into a strength … Continue reading Post Free Agency AFC West Hierarchy
The hysteria that is NFL Free Agency is only a few days old and the deals being consumed are like an unstoppable blitzkrieg. Yet the Oakland Raiders are sitting back and waiting for the chips to fall where they may. … Continue reading Raiders: Free Agency vs. Draft Pick Tendencies
Oakland Raiders’ brass was a popular bunch in Indy the last couple of days. Jon Gruden returned to the spotlight with his first NFL combine experience as a coach in a decade. While Reggie McKenzie had his son, Kahlil, on … Continue reading Raiders 2018 NFL Combine Headlines And Such