Former Las Vegas Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was elected to the NFL’s 2010s All-Decade Team Offense. Continue reading RB Marshawn Lynch makes NFL All-Decade Team
With the next NFL draft a full calendar year away, there are still some positions where the Raiders didn’t draft long-term solutions.
A dominant linebacker in coverage is one that still needs to be filled for the long-term but a more pressing matter is at running back. Continue reading A Way Too Early Look: Filling The Potential “Lynch void” at Running Back
It’s time to set the record straight: Marshawn Lynch is not washed up nor is he a “cancer” in the locker room. Marshawn Lynch had a “speed bump or two” but for a 31-year-old running back to put up 207 … Continue reading Put Some “Respeck” on Marshawn Lynch’s Name!
Coaching regimes change demand a changing of the guard. Jon Gruden has reentered the NFL coaching ranks in a highly favorable situation. Under contract is a franchise quarterback, an explosive misused wide receiver, arguably the best edge defender in the … Continue reading 2018 State of the Oakland Raiders
RaiderRamble.com brings you the third part of our season review for the Oakland Raiders Now that the season is essentially over and the coaching carousel has most likely made its final stops, it’s time to put the season to rest. … Continue reading 2017 Oakland Raiders Year in Review Part 3: The Ugly
The Oakland Raiders ended the 2017 season on a four-game losing streak. Granted, the last two games didn’t mean anything as far as the playoff race. But, with all of the chaos that is free agency, were some players looking … Continue reading Raiders: Who’s In and Who’s Out in ’18?
The Oakland Raiders saw a huge drop in performance in 2017, as reflected by their losing record. This year in review points out what went right for the team this year. For Raiders fans, 2017 has been disappointing, to say … Continue reading 2017 Oakland Raiders Year in Review Part 1: The Good
Could Marcus Peters find a new home in a familiar city. Continue reading Raiders: Could Marcus Peters Go Back Home?
While the title implies that they offer excuses, that would be an incorrect assumption; however, should the Oakland Raiders lose, there won’t be a single reason anyone will accept. Word came down from Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid a … Continue reading The Oakland Raiders Offense is Straight Out of Excuses This Week
Nothing too fancy about the Raiders’ victory on Sunday, the team simply overpowered the Giants. Kelechi Osemele is a big nasty mauler amongst offensive lineman who has come across the moniker of “K.O.” and he comes by it honestly. We … Continue reading The Oakland Raiders Overpower the Giants