The Raiders 2018 campaign has fallen flat on its face. The curious off-season moves drew both skepticism and optimism from Raider Nation, headlining with former coach Jon Gruden coming back to Oakland. The splash of trades, draft picks, and free … Continue reading Marcell Ateman On The Future Wide Receiver Positional Stage
Hard to believe that at 4-6 the Oakland Raiders are still right in the thick of things when it comes to a playoff berth. After the embarrassing loss at the hands of the New England Patriots the Raiders still only … Continue reading Winning The West Is Still The Raiders’ Best Shot
This week, Andria’s Analysis will take a look back at the Raiders versus the Dolphins, and delve into the upcoming game against the New England Patriots in Mexico City. The Oakland Raiders had a bye this week after a close … Continue reading Back to the Dolphins and Forward to the Patriots
There are several stand-outs on this year’s Oakland Raiders roster, but when firing on all cylinders, the “Cripplers” have proven this year that, between the five of them, they can win the game. The five C’s: Carr, Coop, Crab, Cook, … Continue reading Oakland Cripplers: A Tale of the Five C’s
Andria’s Analysis this week takes a look at the Oakland Raiders’ third straight loss and forward to week 6’s contest with division rival LA Chargers. Another week down in the NFL and another heartbreaking loss for the Oakland Raiders. This … Continue reading Andria’s Analysis: Week 5 and the Raiders Haven’t Seen a Win for 3 Weeks
Jalen Richard’s story is truly that of an underdog as he was signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent following the 2016 NFL draft. The rookie was pretty mediocre at best during his college career at Southern Mississippi as he rushed for over 1,000 only once during his four years with the Golden Eagles. Continue reading Is the Raiders’ Jalen Richard the next Ray Rice?
Player arrests haven’t received much attention recently, but that’s good news for the Oakland Raiders. In fact, none of their players have been detained in more than three years.
Despite not going deep into the playoffs since they last went to the Super Bowl in 2002 (last year they were “one and done” against the Houston Texans unfortunately), not having players going to jail on a constant basis is a good reason for the team and Raider Nation to celebrate. Continue reading Oakland Raiders: Setting the standard for “High Character”
Reinvention and the ability to adapt were always present in the life of Michael D. Jackson Former NFL wide receiver Michael Dwayne Jackson died in a motorcycle accident last week, and with that, a life characterized by perseverance and adaptability ended. Although it’s sad to know that Jackson is not longer among us, it’s also time to celebrate a life full of success and determination. Jackson played Wide Receiver at Mississippi State, where he was coached by Jim Carbody and played along quarterback Brett Favre. Originally recruited as a quarterback, he made the switch to wide receiver when he saw his … Continue reading It’s time to celebrate the life of Michael D. Jackson