The Unthinkable? Trade Possibilities for Khalil Mack

First and foremost the Raiders would be mightily unwise to deal one of the best defensive players in the NFL and I personally don’t see it coming to fruition. However, here at the Ramble, it’s important to cover all angles. With … Continue reading The Unthinkable? Trade Possibilities for Khalil Mack

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Back to the Dolphins and Forward to the Patriots

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

Aspuria’s Assertions: All the fixings in the bye week and beyond

What happens during the bye week? The general manager chats with beat writers. That’s exactly what Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie did on Thursday. Two questions stood out to me: About the coordinators and a seldom-seen second-round draft pick. … Continue reading Aspuria’s Assertions: All the fixings in the bye week and beyond

The NFL has a problem and the Raiders might have the solution

Earlier this week, Ryan Shazier of the Pitsburg Steelers talked about the New England Patriots being a problem for the rest of the NFL. He pointed out that his team needed to get over the hump in order to get to the Super Bowl and as most of the AFC knows and that includes the Oakland Raiders, the road to Super Sunday normally goes through New England. Continue reading The NFL has a problem and the Raiders might have the solution

Lynch to Raiders sets the stage for revenge

Imagine the Oakland Coliseum on that day, number 24 is lined up in the “I-formation” as Carr hikes the ball then Lynch lunges one yard into the end zone with mere seconds on the clock to beat the Patriots. It would be a sword through the heart, maybe a sign that the end of the Patriots dynasty is nearing, finally Continue reading Lynch to Raiders sets the stage for revenge