The Oakland Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers have a long-lasting rivalry that dates back to the 1960’s. The Raiders lead the series 63-52-2 despite losing 13 straight from December 2003 to November of 2009. Until the Raiders were blessed … Continue reading Rivers vs Raiders: How the QB has fared thus far against Oakland
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
Take a look as RaiderRamble.com brings you some possible cap casualties for the Raiders in 2018 The NFL is an ever-changing business. Players and coaches are constantly being cut and fired. This has already begun to happen with the Oakland … Continue reading Cut or Keep: Possible 2018 Raider Cap Casualties
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
Khalil Mack is the NFL’s best defensive player… but his seasons seem to start off slow, why is that? Continue reading Raiders: Khalil Mack’s Slow Starts
Defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. was finally shown the door after 11 disappointing weeks. Raider Nation is now asking, was Norton the scapegoat? Who was actually running the defense? And is head coach Jack Del Rio the real issue? But … Continue reading What the Post Norton Era Will Tell Us
If Oakland’s going to make a push for the playoffs it must start Sunday against the Denver Broncos. Crunch Time! The Oakland Raiders currently sit at third in the division behind the L.A. Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, and while … Continue reading Tale of the Tape: How Oakland can defeat the Broncos this Sunday
The mere mention of the Denver Broncos should elicit compulsive vomiting. Historically, I don’t think Denver fans are fond of Raider Nation either. If that wasn’t enough of a storyline, last year’s Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave has just been … Continue reading 3 Keys to a Raiders Victory Against Denver
The Oakland Raiders Defense: The “Pagano” Effect.
During last Saturdays game the Oakland Raiders Defense surprised fans with the amount of blitzes called. Continue reading The Oakland Raiders Defense: The “Pagano” Effect
Communication was supposed to be the specialty of Norton and if he no longer is capable of handling that on his own, there won’t be a need for him much past the end of his contract. Pagano may be content to bide his time but nobody should be fooled Norton’s time as DC is running out.