A tumultuous season for the Oakland Raiders is finally over and as difficult a look back might be, here are some grades for 2017 Safe to say Raider Nation will call this past Raiders season a roller coaster. A once a soon-to-be … Continue reading Ramble: Some Grades For The Raiders 2017 Season
The Oakland Raiders ended the 2017 season on a four-game losing streak. Granted, the last two games didn’t mean anything as far as the playoff race. But, with all of the chaos that is free agency, were some players looking … Continue reading Raiders: Who’s In and Who’s Out in ’18?
The year in review continues with things that went wrong in the Raiders’ 2017 season. Anyone who paid attention this season would agree, there was a lot. This season seemed to be a whirlwind of refuse that saw a rapid … Continue reading 2017 Oakland Raiders Year in Review Part 2: The Bad
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 start of the NFL regular season is now less than a couple of days away, and Raider Nation is historically anxious to witness their Oakland Raiders take the field this Sunday. The expectations are sky-high for this team, thanks in part to the emergence of a monstrous offense and some exciting additions via free agency and the NFL Draft.
Over here at The Raider Ramble, the several voices that fill the chatter all have different expectations for this year but more importantly are willing to go on record with some bold predictions! Let us know what you think Raider Nation, agree or disagree with your favorite contributors? Continue reading Raider Ramble’s Bold Predictions for 2017 Raiders
Of all the positional groups heading into The Oakland Raiders 2017 season, it’s hard to ignore the potential of the stable of running backs. This was an unproven group prior to the 2016 season with former Raider Latavius Murray being their only experienced back at the time. That year, Murray faced minimal competition before he earned the starting role. The battles for the depth was settled among added 5th round draft pick DeAndre Washington, (Legendary Raider George Atkinson’s son) George Atkinson III and an unknown UDFA in Jalen Richard. Despite some highlight reel moments from Atkinson III, the retention of promising camp back Jalen Richard sealed Atkinson’s tenure with the Raiders. Continue reading RaiderRamble.com Analysis: The Raiders offensive backfield
Offense-oriented teams may be favored in today’s NFL, but defense wins championships as we have seen time and time again. The Oakland Raiders had the sixth-ranked scoring offense in 2016 in spite of playing some of the toughest defenses in … Continue reading 2017 Outlook: Top 3 defenses the Raiders will face
The Oakland Raiders are building an offensive powerhouse and it only got better this past offseason with the addition of Jared Cook and Cordarrelle Patterson, utility and secondary weapons but effective if used correctly. Continue reading What’s the Raiders’ Achilles heel?
The 2017 Oakland Raiders are expected to be in the hunt for a Super Bowl appearance but before they can get there, the schedule won’t do them any favors; in particular, here are the three AFC West matchups against the Silver and Black’s defense. Continue reading 2017 Raiders’ outlook: AFC West receiving matchups