Oakland Raiders Fantasy Football Outlook: The Silver and Black have some intriguing options in fantasy football, including Antonio Brown and Josh Jacobs. Continue reading Oakland Raiders Fantasy Football Outlook
Jonah Williams NFL Draft Projection, Strengths, Weaknesses and best fit Continue reading Jonah Williams #10 NFL Draft Top 32 in 32
The Raiders didn’t want to get in a bidding war for running back Le’Veon Bell and not signing him was a smart move for the organization. Last year, the Pittsburgh Steelers applied the franchise tag to Bell for the second … Continue reading Raiders were smart to not sign RB Le’Veon Bell
Follow @Carlos_Pockets The Raider Ramble had the chance to talk to Maryland star linebacker, 2018 First Team All-Big Ten selection and future NFL player Tre Watson. We appreciate the time you’re taking to chat with us. How are you feeling … Continue reading Raider Ramble’s exclusive interview with linebacker Tre Watson
Last week there was an error made and the picks for both the Green Bay at Minnesota game and the Houston at Tennessee game were omitted accidentally. Both Rory and Chris took Green Bay and Houston in their respective matchups. … Continue reading Degeneration R: Picking the NFL Lines Week 3
From 2003 to 2015 the Oakland Raiders could only manage 63 wins. The Raiders were a team dubbed “The Team of the Decades”, yet for over a decade, winning and excellence shown on the field were a rare achievement. When the two most consistently good players on a team are the kicker and punter, wins will undoubtedly be hard to come by.
However, this narrative appeared to change in 2016. A miraculous Week 1 win over the New Orleans Saints kick-started what was a 12-4 season that ended the Raiders’ long playoff drought. This was the first time since 2000 that the Raiders amassed 12 wins and it was the first double-digit winning season since 2002. Needless to say, success was far from the norm in the East Bay. Continue reading NFL Network Predicts Raiders Schedule
As it stands now per Gilbert Manzano of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the long-time voice of the Oakland Raiders, Greg Papa, is on his way out. Papa has served as the play-by-play radio voice of the Raiders since the 1993 season.
Taking over for Papa will be Brent Musburger as he signed a three-year contract which will start this season. Continue reading Oakland Raiders usher in new era with Brent Musburger
With the 2018 NFL draft in the records for yet another year, it’s going to be intriguing to see how many prospects prove to be a BOOM, not a bust. The Oakland Raiders selected many prospects with different circumstances coming … Continue reading Raiders May Have Found The “Key” To Success!
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
The Oakland Raiders were calm, collected and cool during free agency. The team didn’t succumb to the allure of a high-profile talent — much to the chagrin of many in Raider Nation — and inked players who have the requisite … Continue reading Will Raiders Stress Patience in Draft Like They Did in Free Agency?