The Oakland Raiders have talented players to plug in their running game. Continue reading Raiders Running Game in 2019 Looks Bright
Running back Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement to suit up for Oakland and that will forever be engraved in Raiders lore, but what about his legacy? Many people have different things to say about Lynch as a player and … Continue reading Curtain Call: Raiders Lynch Will Go Down As One of the Greatest
In the Oakland Raiders’ Week 5 loss to the L.A. Chargers, it appeared head coach Jon Gruden got a little too cute with his goal line play calling. There is no other way to put it; if you have a running back whose nickname is ‘Beast Mode’ it would be plausible to actually use him in situations where a beastly running back is needed. Continue reading It’s Simple: Raiders Must Feed The Beast
No NFL fan wants to think their season is over before Halloween, but for Raider Nation, this is the case. The team is 1-4 through five weeks, and the only team in the AFC West that they don’t have a … Continue reading No Silver (and Black) Lining: 2018 Is Not Oakland’s Year
Trying to find the Silver (and black) lining in yet another Oakland Raider loss. Continue reading The Silver (And Black) Lining: Week Three
The Challenges It’s no secret the strength of the Los Angeles Rams starts on the interior defensive line. Aaron Donald has been a yearly DPOY candidate and now for the first time, he’s lining up next to another elite interior defensive linemen. … Continue reading The Raiders Run Game vs The Rams
Meet Chris Warren III, he’s an undrafted rookie from the University of Texas, who was one of three players to sign with Oakland following their rookie mini-camp in May. It was expected that Marshawn Lynch, Doug Martin, and either Jalen … Continue reading Raiders’ Chris Warren III: in a ‘dogfight’ for a roster spot
The 2018-19 season is fast approaching and with the Oakland Raiders releasing their first depth chart of the season, here is part one of my predictions on who will make the 53-man roster. Quarterbacks: Derek Carr, Connor Cook, EJ Manuel … Continue reading Predicting Raiders 53-man roster: The Offense
Tennyson High School, Hayward, CA, varsity football, and basketball coach Anthony (AJ) Jackson is a resource for his Bay Area communities and all young people in need of help.
Coach Jackson works primarily in the East Bay community as a Dropout Prevention Coordinator at Cal-State East Bay located in the Hayward Hills but that’s just his day job. Jackson is the CEO of www.FamF1rst.com Athlete Services.
Jackson, a self-described resource for the Fam 1st Family Foundation founded by Marshawn Lynch, Josh Johnson, and Marcus Peters. The goal is empowerment and education of underprivileged youth and giving back to the city of Oakland and in general. “We decided this is for them. It’s a reminder, a value system, we used to say we put our family first do you?” Continue reading The Power of Influence: FamF1rst
With the next NFL draft a full calendar year away, there are still some positions where the Raiders didn’t draft long-term solutions.
A dominant linebacker in coverage is one that still needs to be filled for the long-term but a more pressing matter is at running back. Continue reading A Way Too Early Look: Filling The Potential “Lynch void” at Running Back