Raiders Camp Battle Evaluations: Offense

Every year 90+ competitors, football players, athletes, and men converge on an NFL training camp with hopes of making their dreams come true. Make no mistake nor harbor false hope, the NFL is a results-oriented business and if you can’t … Continue reading Raiders Camp Battle Evaluations: Offense

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2018 State of the Oakland Raiders

Coaching regimes change demand a changing of the guard. Jon Gruden has reentered the NFL coaching ranks in a highly favorable situation. Under contract is a franchise quarterback, an explosive misused wide receiver, arguably the best edge defender in the … Continue reading 2018 State of the Oakland Raiders

Tale of the Tape: How Oakland will Slay the Giant

One game at a time. This is Oakland’s motto through the remaining five games of the season. A team that has walked on thin ice for most of the season in terms of making it to the playoffs took a … Continue reading Tale of the Tape: How Oakland will Slay the Giant

Overcoming the Loss of Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper

Michael Crabtree’s actions during Sunday’s game against Aqib Talib brought into question whether viewers were watching a football match or a fight on the undercard of a UFC event. Now Amari Cooper is likely missing time with a rolled ankle, … Continue reading Overcoming the Loss of Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper

The NFL’s Best Game Closing Duo

Carr and Mack are the perfect game closing duo as team captains. From the locker room to the huddle, every player has faith in the duos ability to win under any circumstance. That’s a powerful tool for a team that has a challenging 2017 schedule. With a coach earning the fan title “Black Jack” Del Rio for showing his willingness to take risks late in games because of them, it’s hard ever to count the Raiders out. It doesn’t also hurt to have one of the leagues all-time best kickers in Sebastian Janikowski on the sideline, a trio perhaps? Continue reading The NFL’s Best Game Closing Duo

Is the Raiders’ Jalen Richard the next Ray Rice?

Jalen Richard’s story is truly that of an underdog as he was signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent following the 2016 NFL draft. The rookie was pretty mediocre at best during his college career at Southern Mississippi as he rushed for over 1,000 only once during his four years with the Golden Eagles. Continue reading Is the Raiders’ Jalen Richard the next Ray Rice?

Raiders add three players in preparation for Training Camp

Earlier today, running back John Crockett, linebacker Brady Sheldon and offensive linemen Kareem Are, were signed by Raiders via the team’s official website. These appear to be summer “camp bodies” at worst and depth and special teams’ moves at best. Continue reading Raiders add three players in preparation for Training Camp