Tag: Oakland Raiders
Grading how well Reggie McKenzie and the Oakland Raiders addressed their seven biggest needs heading into the 2017 season.
ESPN graded the Raiders offseason moves and came down with a C+ grade. We break it down and explain why our grade would be a bit higher.
Everyone likes to focus on starters but part of what will make the Raiders great this season are the backups and role players.
Expectations are at extremely high levels for the Raiders this season so what must they accomplish in order to feel that 2017 was a success?
The Raiders will need more than the greatness of Derek Carr and Khalil Mack to make a Super Bowl run and these three are key to making that happen.
The Raiders have a good problem with Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington, two very similar backs. But could that mean one is destined to be traded?
Taking a look at one hit wonders for the Raiders who just didn’t have a big enough hit to make the top ten all time list.
Reggie McKenzie doesn’t often give too much information in interviews, but he gave Raiders fans a nice little tidbit on 95.7 The Game Thursday.
The Oakland Raiders have a long history of dealing with stupid NFL rules and now is no exception as a rookie misses important time with the team.
Top ten one hit wonders for the Raiders: Players who showed up big time, but only for a short time before fizzling out into obscurity.
A lot can change between now and the start of the regular season, but it’s always fun to take an early look at what the final 53 man roster could look like.
The Raiders will play the Patriots in one of the most anticipated games this season. Here’s a look back at the best games between these two rivals.
Taking a look at what fans should expect in year one from the four seventh round draft picks made by the Raiders in the 2017 draft.
Derek Carr is only a few years into his career but is already one of the better quarterbacks in Raiders history, but just where does he land?
With a weak middle linebacker group, the hope is that Marquel Lee can start on day one. But is that reasonable of the Raiders to ask a 5th rounder?
Take a look at where current Raiders center, Rodney Hudson, ranks among the all time greats at the position for the franchise.
Unlike most of the time, with Raiders fourth round pick David Sharpe the hope is that we will not see much or any of him in his rookie season.