All of the Las Vegas Raiders 2020 draft picks signed one after another on Saturday after testing negative for Covid-19. Continue reading Raiders’ Magnificent Seven Sign on Saturday
Should a retooled Chargers wide receiver group be of any worry for the Raiders? Continue reading Do Chargers Receivers Present a Threat to Raiders?
The Las Vegas Raiders invested heavily in the cornerback position this past offseason by way of free agency and the NFL Draft. Will it be enough to keep up with the revamped wide receiver corps of their AFC West rival, Denver Broncos. Continue reading Should Young Broncos Receiver Corps Concern Raiders?
The AFC West has one of the most interesting crops of quarterbacks the NFL has to offer. Even more interesting is how their deals stack up with each other. Continue reading Current State of AFC West Quarterback Deals
The Las Vegas Raiders will face a formidable Los Angeles Chargers defense in 2020 that will feature many new faces. Continue reading New Additions on Chargers Defense Should Worry Raiders
How do AFC West quarterbacks fare against the rest of the NFL? Continue reading AFC West Ranks 3rd In Quarterback Talent
In his previous coaching stints, year three is when it all comes together for Jon Gruden. The Las Vegas Raiders are hoping this is the case again. Continue reading Raiders HC Jon Gruden Needs To Win Big In Year 3
The Oakland Raiders defeated the Denver Broncos 54-19 at Invesco Field on October 24th, 2010. Continue reading Raiders Vault: The Day Raiders Punched Back 59-14
The Las Vegas Raiders must follow through with and act on statements supporting Black Lives Matter. Continue reading Raiders Twitter Account Supports Black Lives Matter
The late Al Davis would never stand for racism. His team, the Las Vegas Raiders, isn’t any different nowadays. Continue reading Raiders Have Never Stood for Prejudice or Racism