Raiders Battle All Day But Lose To Chargers 31-28

In the first game of the Tony Sparano era with the Oakland Raiders, the team lost a heart breaker with a last minute interception by Chargers CB Jason Verrett deep in San Diego territory. “We didn’t walk into this place here today in front of our fans here to play a good game, play a competitive game, do any of more »

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Raiders Hope To Grab First Win In 2014 In London

The Oakland Raiders head to Wembley Stadium this weekend and are looking for their first win of the year against the Miami Dolphins. The Raiders have been in London since Monday night so they’ve become used to the time difference and are looking forward to taking on Miami. “This is our first time being able to represent the NFL over more »

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Raiders Eager To Turn It Around Against Patriots

The Raiders head to New England this Sunday to take on the Patriots and to say they have a big task ahead of them would be an understatement. The Patriots are 11-1 over the last 12 seasons in home openers and the Raiders have lost 8 straight games since week 11 of last year. “We’ve got to make a conscience more »

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Raiders Host Texans In Home Opener

Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders head home this weekend after a disappointing loss to the Jets last Sunday. Derek Carr shined in his debut as he went 20 of 32 for 151 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Rod Streater and Carr combined for five receptions and 46 yards including a touchdown reception. The chemistry between Carr and Streater more »

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The Oakland Raiders Release Depth Chart

On Monday the Oakland Raiders released their first depth chart of 2014 due to the August 8th preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings.  Most of the positions went as expected, but there were some glaring surprises. At weakside linebacker Sio Moore was listed in the number one spot despite Miles Burris taking most of the first-team reps thus far in more »

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Raiders Much Impoved at Quarterback and Running Back

After yet another disappointing 4-12 season in 2013, the Oakland Raiders made a lot of offseason moves in hopes of addressing at least some of their needs. Two huge areas of concern for the black and silver were quarterback and the running game. General Manager Reggie McKenzie took extra time with those issues, trading a sixth round pick to Houston more »

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