Oakland Raiders Fantasy Football Outlook: The Silver and Black have some intriguing options in fantasy football, including Antonio Brown and Josh Jacobs. Continue reading Oakland Raiders Fantasy Football Outlook
Tyrell Williams will bring speed to the Oakland Raiders wide receiver corps, which is something the team lacked in 2018. Continue reading What does Tyrell Williams bring to the table?
Oakland Raiders safety Karl Joseph has been good against the stop but not much against coverage. For that reason, everyone could benefit from him having a great year this upcoming season. Continue reading It’s Now or Never For Raiders S Karl Joseph
Raiders general manager Mike Mayock and head coach Jon Gruden are throwing fastballs at the NFL and so far, they haven’t been able to answer back. Continue reading Raiders front office destroying NFL myths
There different factors the Oakland Raiders need to consider if they want to trade for Jets defensive lineman Leonard Williams. Raider Ramble breaks down the potential trade. Continue reading Should the Raiders Trade for Leonard Williams?
The Oakland Raiders had choices at safety in the 2019 Free Agency. They could have broken the bank for Landon Collins but went for Lamarcus Joyner instead. Continue reading Raiders Made The Right Choice When They Signed S Lamarcus Joyner
After the 2019 NFL Draft and Free Agency have come and gone, there are quality players unsigned in the market. Continue reading 5 Free Agents the Raiders Should Consider
Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown is a playmaker not a distraction and can help Oakland go back to being a respectable team. Continue reading WR Antonio Brown will be a playmaker not a distraction
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
The Oakland Raiders made a mistake by not exercising safety Karl Joseph’s fifth year option. Continue reading Declining S Karl Joseph’s 5th Year Option is a Mistake