Somehow, someway, we find a silver (and black) lining in an ugly Raider loss. Continue reading The Silver (And Black) Lining: Week One
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
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
This week, Andria’s Analysis will take a look back at the Raiders versus the Dolphins, and delve into the upcoming game against the New England Patriots in Mexico City. The Oakland Raiders had a bye this week after a close … Continue reading Back to the Dolphins and Forward to the Patriots
There are several stand-outs on this year’s Oakland Raiders roster, but when firing on all cylinders, the “Cripplers” have proven this year that, between the five of them, they can win the game. The five C’s: Carr, Coop, Crab, Cook, … Continue reading Oakland Cripplers: A Tale of the Five C’s
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?
The Raiders biggest offensive positional weakness in 2016 was the tight end group. Considering the overall success of the offense as a whole, it will be an area to watch for improvements thru the Oakland Raiders 2017 training camp carefully. Continue reading 2017 Raiders: The Tight End Trifecta
In the first part of the preview and prediction series, we looked at the AFC East, and it was a unanimous decision that the Patriots would have no problem winning the crown there. Now, we get to start in the Raider Ramble’s back yard; Let’s take a look at the most notable offseason moves made in the AFC West. Continue reading RaiderRamble.com Preview: AFC West Predictions
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
Derek Carr’s on the rise, but Aaron Rodgers sets the bar Derek Carr just signed a 5-year extension worth $125 million, and in the last three years, he has positioned himself in the upper echelon of quarterbacks. Whether he’s elite … Continue reading Is Derek Carr better than Aaron Rodgers?