Why new Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden could be the best thing to happen to general manager Reggie McKenzie and his draft picks.
- How Jon Gruden could end up saving Reggie McKenzie's job
- Yes, the Raiders were right to move on from Latavius Murray
- Raiders won't have a high flying vertical offense under Jon Gruden
- Gruden must help Carr find success against the AFC West
- The three biggest tasks ahead for Jon Gruden
- In-depth recap of the 2017 Raiders season
- Jon Gruden explains the Greg Olson hire and it should put fans at ease
Despite the success of Latavius Murray’s new team, the Oakland Raiders were right to move on from him last offseason. They simply need better at RB than he can offer.
Fans shouldn’t expect a return to the vertical offense under new Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, but they should still be excited about the offense.
Among the many tasks ahead for Jon Gruden, one of the most important is helping Derek Carr find a way to beat teams in the AFC West.
Taking a look at the three most important tasks that new Raiders head coach Jon Gruden will need to tackle if the hopes to get this team back on track.
Taking a look back at the painful 2017 season for an Oakland Raiders team who had dreams of a Super Bowl berth heading into the year.
Jon Gruden explained why he chose Greg Olson as his offensive coordinator and the explanation should put Raiders fans at ease with the hire.
Contrary to popular belief, all signs point to Reggie McKenzie’s status with the Oakland Raiders being as strong as ever under new head coach Jon Gruden.
Taking a look at what to expect from the new offensive and defensive coordinators for the Oakland Raiders under new head coach Jon Gruden.