What player would the Las Vegas Raiders have chosen had they not selected wide receiver Amari Cooper in the 2015 NFL Draft.
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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 matchupÂ 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 forÂ best FFÂ productionÂ in the contest.
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.
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 of the biggest problems the Raiders faced last year was the vast amount of dropped …