In football, much like life, too much of a good thing actually exists. When the Raiders blew up their roster, holes became rampant. Yet, due to thorough drafting and free agent depth, roster spots look to run thin.
Either way, Carr was a second round pick and a great value in that draft as well as other comparable drafts.
For the Oakland Raiders, every game remains an event. However, a couple remains under the radar. In a season where the team waves goodbye...
Throughout its illustrious history, the Oakland Raiders enjoyed a slew of talented defensive ends.
Mark Davis changed himself as well as the Oakland Raiders. I normally dislike change, but I am incredibly excited to witness the good changes yet to come.
Isaiah Johnson is a work in progress. Furthermore, if he can progress in his work, the Raiders have found their steal.
With camp and Hard Knocks in the distance, the Raiders will catch the attention of the football world.
If you look at the Oakland Raiders in 2019, their non-conference schedule did them no favors. Facing the NFC North, Oakland will face a variety of potent offenses and stout defenses.
We already know Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are draft savants, so they should want to add assets than cut players outright.
As mentioned, Josh Jacobs will do what he deems is right for him. Every player should. If you know his story, Jacobs' strong stance makes even more sense.
We are at our final installment of our series on rookies expected to make the biggest splash on their new team. That impact could entail instigating a turn-around
Any of these three players could add that same value given the chance. I’m always gonna bang the table for the Raiders to add some talent, especially if they have the cap space.
Rookie Josh Jacobs will look to secure the lead spot. With that said, how does the rest of the AFC West stack up at the running back position?
Glennon is the most experienced backup on the roster. Yet, if we see either him or Peterman under center and it's not garbage time, something went terribly awry.
Fans looking for flaws or simple answers to defeat Mahomes need to stop looking. To be honest, Mahomes’ flaws would barely fit in a tweet, let alone an article.