With cut-down day coming on Saturday, we have officially entered roster projection season. There have been quite a few outstanding individual preseason performances for the Oakland Raiders, so the coaching staff will have a bunch of tough decisions to make. … Continue reading Fly Sweep Podcast’s 53-Man Raiders Roster
This win by any means mentality is what the Raiders have always thrived off, and what Gruden will love in these four… Continue reading Raiders Shift Mentality in 2 Round Mock Draft
The Oakland Raiders will have the chance to be active in the 2019 Free Agency period. Continue reading Raiders Free Agency Forecast
Hard to believe that at 4-6 the Oakland Raiders are still right in the thick of things when it comes to a playoff berth. After the embarrassing loss at the hands of the New England Patriots the Raiders still only … Continue reading Winning The West Is Still The Raiders’ Best Shot
Linebacker Ben Heeney was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the 5th round of the 2015 NFL Draft and was considered a fierce hitter when he was selected. After much hope, it seems this preseason Heeney has disappeared albeit it due to injury leaving his immediate future in doubt.
His first year was promising with 38 tackles, two assists, and 2.5 sacks. He started his second year with the tragedy of his best friend and roommate at Kansas committing suicide and then ending his season with a severe ankle injury. PFF has him projected at almost 75 solo tackles for this upcoming assuming everything’s good to go. Continue reading Where have you been? The unfortunate case of Ben Heeney
Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Johnny Burczak, a man who follows all things Kansas City Chiefs and co-hosts a podcast called WildWestAFC Podcast. Now I do not usually fraternize with the enemy because I am acutely aware that Raiders versus Chiefs is the best AFC West rivalry in my book, but in this instance, I was looking for another man’s opinion on perhaps Oakland’s fiercest rival.
After Raider Ramble’s somewhat controversial pick in last week’s preview of the AFC West, we now turn our attentions to the AFC South. After finishing a combined 29-35, only two other divisions (NFC West & AFC North) finished with a worse combined record. However, it seems like this division is brimming with talent and perhaps this will be the season its teams put it all together. Let’s take a look at some of the most notable offseason moves made by each team. Continue reading RaiderRamble.com Preview: AFC South Predictions
Denarius Moore’s consistent play was enough to put him higher on this list than Curry even though Curry had more receiving yards. I had forgotten about Porter’s suspension in 2006 which stemmed from his bickering with then head coach Art Shell. I always wonder what these receivers could have done with the young star the Raiders now have under center. Either way, real fans can appreciate how far the Raiders have come from those days and enjoy even more the present day success. Continue reading Part III: Top 3 Wide Receivers during Raider’s “Dark Age”
When I was five years old I could tell you all about Kenny Stabler, Fred Biletnikoff and Ted Hendricks. At ten years old in 1989 I watched an old timer’s flag football game featuring the throwback Raiders vs Steelers. I was lost in the crowd, after the game, while my father was trying to get Stabler’s autograph. As Father’s Day is now here I can’t help but think back and reflect on my father’s impact on my life. As a man and as a Raiders’ fan. Continue reading Happy Father’s Day from Raiders Fan Radio
Optimism is at an all time high for these Raiders Remember when Snoop Dogg was roaming the sidelines at USC games in the mid-2000’s? Did you know that James Harden recently attended a game which featured one of Lavar Ball’s … Continue reading “Mega-Hope” for the Raiders