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Raiders Retrospective: Autumn Wind, slight breeze or just a chill?

Every Las Vegas Raiders fan knows that legendary quote and knows the whole poem. The Silver and Black is one of the most recognizable names in all sports, but since 2003, that’s all it really has been, just the name. ‘​The Autumn wind is a Raider pillaging just for fun. He’ll knock you around and …

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Raiders History: Best Draft Steals of All Time

It’s well-known that the Raiders have missed on some draft day prospects in recent years. On the other hand, they’ve nailed some late-round selections as well. Here are some of the Raiders’ best late-round steals in franchise history.  Bo Jackson, running back If you’re familiar with the Raiders’ history, you knew ‘Bo’ was going to …

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Ramble 101: The Sea of Highlights

December 21, 1974 – The Oakland Raiders were facing the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Divisional game. The game was a back and forth contest that you would expect and hope to see in a playoff game. The Dolphins opened by running the kickoff back for a touchdown. Things were looking bleak for the Raiders early in the game but after a Ken Stabler interception to Dolphins defensive back Dick Anderson, Miami would take a hit in their secondary, when safety Jake Scott went out of the game with an injury. The defense did their job and forced Miami to punt. Stabler redeemed himself shortly after with a touchdown pass to Charlie Smith. That touchdown tied the game.

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