The Oakland Raiders have disappointed on the filed and because of it, some players and coaches should walk the plank this upcoming offseason. Continue reading Raiders Players And Staff That Should Walk The Plank
No one likes rebuilds. But that is exactly what Oakland Raider fans got when Mark Davis finally lured Jon Gruden back to the team with a ten-year $100 million contract. Davis gave Gruden full control of the team, and it … Continue reading Oakland Raiders Fans Must Trust the Process with Jon Gruden
Raiders general manager Mike Mayock and head coach Jon Gruden are throwing fastballs at the NFL and so far, they haven’t been able to answer back. Continue reading Raiders front office destroying NFL myths
The 2017 NFL Draft was supposed to be full of playmakers. Two years later, the Oakland Raiders might disagree with that assessment. Continue reading Raiders 2017 Draft in Retrospect: Where Are They Now?
Raiders rookie cornerback Trayvon Mullen can patrol the the team’s secondary defense right away. Check this article to find out why. Continue reading Raider Rookie CB Trayvon Mullen Can Patrol Secondary Right Away
Garret Bradbury is the only center that made to the Ramble’s Draft 32 in 32. will that be enough to get him drafted by the Raiders? Continue reading Garrett Bradbury #31 Raider Ramble Top 32 in 32
Could the Oakland Raiders pick quarterback superstar Dwayne Haskins? Why would they? Find out why Haskins is highly regarded among NFL scouts in this Ramble analysis. Continue reading Dwayne Haskins #28 Raider Ramble Draft Top 32 in 32
Jon Gruden can be a bit of a maniac. Before trading Khalil Mack last year, he essentially traded a third-round pick for a bag of oregano.
Puff, puff, gaff.
Enter Raiders new GM Mike Mayock, the intense NFL Draft guru that loves football like Gruden. They’re both nuts about it, but Gruden can’t really contain himself. Continue reading The Raiders Version Of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Whether or not you believe Derek Carr is the franchise quarterback for the Raiders, drafting and assembling weapons and protection around him isn’t only sound — it future proofs whomever becomes the QB if the team moves on from DC. … Continue reading Opinion: Giving Carr resources not only helps him, but the next QB (if it happens)
After what is by far the worst loss of the young season, Jon Gruden and Derek Carr have much to atone for. @sik0simmons The Raiders are not paying them, combined, almost a quarter of a billion dollars for an 0-3 … Continue reading Around the Ramble: Week 3 Musings