Raiders Roster Final 53 – QBs and the Men Who Protect Them

“As the World Turns” seems to be the theme for the Raiders’ offseason so far. If anyone is actually surprised about that after Jon Gruden took over the reigns, hold on tight and enjoy the ride because it’s not over. … Continue reading Raiders Roster Final 53 – QBs and the Men Who Protect Them

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

2017 Oakland Raiders Year in Review Part 1: The Good

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

Oakland Raiders: Where Does the Offense Go From Here?

An eerie sense of deja vu had to overwhelm the senses of Raider Nation as it watched quarterback Derek Carr lying motionless on the field. Sustaining what would later be diagnosed as a transverse process fracture after taking multiple hits … Continue reading Oakland Raiders: Where Does the Offense Go From Here?

Megatron en “Silver and Black”? Carr y Jackson pilares a largo plazo?

Raider Ramble en Español: Los Raiders calientan motores con movimientos claves para arrancar la temporada 2017. Entre rumores de que Calvin Johnson pudiera jugar para los Raiders, la contratación del assistant coach John Pagano y las extensiones que firmaron el … Continue reading Megatron en “Silver and Black”? Carr y Jackson pilares a largo plazo?

One Man’s Thoughts: The Raiders have a long Super Bowl window

RaiderRamble.com’s Robert Wykowski shares some brief thoughts on the Raiders The Oakland Raiders are part of the ever competitive AFC West, meaning they’ll face the Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs twice this season; a task … Continue reading One Man’s Thoughts: The Raiders have a long Super Bowl window

McKenzie Continues to Ensure Long-Term Raider Success

Against a looming desert backdrop, filled with muffled echoes of clanging slot machines and bright fluorescent neon, the Oakland Raiders transactional offseason has been marked by undulating success.  Though questions still spiral around the improvements of the secondary and linebacker corps, the team has provided a few resounding answers in other areas of need.  A one week window in the dog days of June saw the organization dispel two giant offseason narratives of uncertainty. Continue reading McKenzie Continues to Ensure Long-Term Raider Success