Noah Fant #29 Raider Ramble Draft Top 32 in 32

The Oakland Raiders loaded in offense this past offseason, but if they decide to upgrade it even more, they should consider drafting tight end Noah Fant. Continue reading Noah Fant #29 Raider Ramble Draft Top 32 in 32

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Raiders Top 5 Defensive Plays of 2017

We covered the top offensive plays of the year, so let’s show some love to the big men on the other side of the ball. The Oakland Raiders did not have a good defensive showing in 2017, but there are … Continue reading Raiders Top 5 Defensive Plays of 2017

2017 Oakland Raiders Year in Review Part 3: The Ugly

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

Oakland Raiders have a “Punchers” Chance versus Patriots

Oakland Raiders have a “Puncher’s” Chance versus Patriots this Sunday. The Oakland Raiders travel to Mexico City this Sunday to host the New England Patriots. The Patriots bring a 7-2 record and the number one offense led by quarterback Tom … Continue reading Oakland Raiders have a “Punchers” Chance versus Patriots

Back to the Dolphins and Forward to the Patriots

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

Richard Sherman’s wrong as quarterbacks shouldn’t be treated differently

Earlier this week and after an accurate depiction of the chemistry in the Seattle Seahawks locker room by Seth Wickersham, Richard Sherman in an open press conference said something interesting about Russell Wilson and quarterbacks being treated differently. Continue reading Richard Sherman’s wrong as quarterbacks shouldn’t be treated differently

The NFL has a problem and the Raiders might have the solution

Earlier this week, Ryan Shazier of the Pitsburg Steelers talked about the New England Patriots being a problem for the rest of the NFL. He pointed out that his team needed to get over the hump in order to get to the Super Bowl and as most of the AFC knows and that includes the Oakland Raiders, the road to Super Sunday normally goes through New England. Continue reading The NFL has a problem and the Raiders might have the solution

2017 Outlook: Top 3 defenses the Raiders will face

Offense-oriented teams may be favored in today’s NFL, but defense wins championships as we have seen time and time again. The Oakland Raiders had the sixth-ranked scoring offense in 2016 in spite of playing some of the toughest defenses in … Continue reading 2017 Outlook: Top 3 defenses the Raiders will face

Breaking out Amari Cooper

  Amari Cooper is entering the third year of his bright young career. Year three is usually when most players have the breakout year. An important developmental milestone signifying players finally being able to put it all together. The game has slowed down, their heads aren’t spinning from cerebral complexities and those with longevity in mind have conditioned their bodies accordingly. Last year, it was Defensive Player of the Year Khalil Mack and 2016 Castrol GTX Clutch Performer of the Year Derek Carr’s third years and boy, did they show out. Megatron meet Amari    Ever the perfectionist constantly searching … Continue reading Breaking out Amari Cooper

Don’t ask Derek Carr to take a “hometown discount”

Derek Carr isn’t happy with the way his contract has been handled according to Michael Silver of NFL.com. Other than the pace of the talks it wasn’t specified what’s holding those talks back, but whether it’s because of the compensation or the parking space he wants, Carr will get a new contract. Alas, there is an additional layer to it. Continue reading Don’t ask Derek Carr to take a “hometown discount”