What player would the Las Vegas Raiders have chosen had they not selected wide receiver Amari Cooper in the 2015 NFL Draft. Continue reading Redrafting the Raiders’ 2015 First Round
The Raiders 2019 didn’t have much success on the field and some receivers that helped that stagnation fester won’t be making the trip to Las Vegas. Continue reading Potential Raiders Receivers in Sin City
The Raiders benefited from trading wide receiver Amari Cooper to the Dallas (or at least, it seems that way on the surface). Continue reading Raiders Appear To Be Winners In The Amari Cooper Saga
This week, it was confirmed that Raiders own Mark Davis is the one calling the shots in Oakland. Here’s why that should disturb the Raider Nation. Continue reading Missing the Mark: Davis & His Dangerous Decisions
Ryan Smith is back with the silver (and black) lining, this time about Oakland’s 20-19 loss in Denver. Continue reading The Silver (And Black) Lining: Week Two
Somehow, someway, we find a silver (and black) lining in an ugly Raider loss. Continue reading The Silver (And Black) Lining: Week One
“Gamble at The Ramble” is a weekly FF piece discussing various topics regarding the Raiders weekly matchup while highlighting different FF implications within the game. Check back each week and request topics @TheRaiderRamble
It’s that time of the year where Fantasy Football begins to take over outside of your particular devoted NFL team fandom. For Raider fans, it’s time to see our biases flutter or fade in our particular FF matchups week to week.
This week the Raiders vs Rams contest will close out the first week of the season with the very last matchup of a Monday Night Football double-header concluding in Oakland. The FF storylines will decide many outcomes in Week 1, let’s cover the WR groups and who will emerge for best FF production in the contest. Continue reading Gamble at The Ramble: Week 1 Raiders vs Rams Fantasy Football – WR groups
It’s hard to believe it’s only been seven months since Mark Davis successfully lured Jon Gruden out of the broadcasting booth back onto the sideline, but it has. It’s been a long, exciting, and interesting off-season.
There’s a lot of hype and even more doubt surrounding the team, and everyone’s excited about September 10th, when Gruden calls plays as Oakland’s head coach for the first time since January 19th, 2002. However, after having the same four or five conversations about what scares and excites me as a fan, I’ve decided to consolidate them all into one article. So here it is, the quintessential guide to everything Jon Gruden. Continue reading The Gruden Guide: A Raiders Fan’s Guide to Jon Gruden’s Raiders
Finally, football isn’t too far from its glorious return, with training camp just around the corner. Optimism is flowing throughout the Oakland Raiders organization but time will tell if they are truly back on the map as a contender. One … Continue reading The Throwing Games: Carr and a new look WR corps
Breaking down which members of the Oakland Raiders have the most to prove in 2018. Continue reading Raiders That Have the Most to Prove in 2018