Raiders Need to Solidify Backup QB Spot

Raiders QB EJ Manuel
Next year. Definitely, next year … right? That’s when the Oakland Raiders will finally take the backup quarterback seriously. Be absolutely honest with yourself: Do the names Connor Cook and/or E.J. Manuel produce a profound sense of confidence? If you said yes, God bless your diminished...

Raiders Camp 2018: Guenther’s Early Thoughts

Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther
On Sunday, Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther endeared himself to hardcore fans. For the first time in years, Oakland employs a defensive coordinator from camp that speaks plainly. In addition, Guenther’s candor is a refreshing change from the rah-rah stylings of Ken Norton. If...

2018 Raiders Training Camp: Four to Watch

Oakland Raiders WR Ryan Switzer
The Oakland Raiders are going to have a new slick look this coming season. Now that is a gross understatement. An eye-opening 43 new players are in Napa undergoing the Jon Gruden initiation. The head coach and his staff took little time reshaping the roster...

2018 Raiders Camp: QB, Miller, Atmosphere

Raiders OL Kolton Miler
Yesterday, the 2018 Raiders wore pads for the first time in camp. Now, many will not see that as a big deal. Yet, that pop after the snap signals the beginning of preseason. With so much on the line for Oakland, the ability to...

2018 Raiders Schedule: NFC West Secondaries

Raiders Rival Aqib Talib
In 2018, the Raiders tangle with the NFC West. Consequently, the new passing offense with Derek Carr at the helm will see interesting secondaries

Raiders QB Carr and Arrowhead Troubles

Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr
Entering his fifth season, Derek Carr is the unquestioned leader of the Raiders offense. Blessed with a strong arm and big-play nerve, Carr seems like the perfect fit for the Oakland offense. However, if one hiccup exists, Carr’s inability to win at Arrowhead remains troubling.

2018 Raiders Camp: Careful With Hype

Oakland Raiders DB eRIK hARRIS
With a considerable gap between organized team activities, it is not difficult to get caught up in the hoopla of training camp. There will be the inevitable camp flash and dud.

2018 Raiders Training Camp: LB James Cowser

Oakland Raiders LB James Cowser
When the Raiders signed James Cowser as an unrestricted free agent, they expected a different player. Cowser finished his career as the most statistically prolific pass rusher in FCS history. During his time in Oakland, Cowser’s game began to evolve. While pass rushing paved...

Predicting The Raiders Starting Linebackers

Raiders LB Tahir Whitehead
Under Jack Del Rio, the Raiders could solve their glaring holes at linebacker. Drafting Khalil Mack and signing Bruce Irvin remain the bright linebacker moves of the McKenzie Era. Yet, we all figured that Mack and Irvin would up end up on the defensive...

2018 Raiders Schedule: The Trap Game

Raiders Rival Hue Jackson
On September 30, the Oakland Raiders will welcome the Cleveland Browns to O.co.

FPC Raiders Square Up: The Radio Situation

Former Oakland Raiders announcer Greg Papa
Yesterday, Raiders radio announcers Greg Papa and Tom Flores gave his side of the story regarding his status. Last week, the team announced that Brent Musberger and Lincoln Kennedy would replace the longtime duo Greg Papa and Tom Flores. Papa’s interview set off a...

2018 Raiders Camp: Roberts On Hot Seat

Oakland Raiders WR Seth Roberts
When the Raiders roll into camp, their wide receiver corps could expand. On Saturday, NFL.com reported former Steelers wideout Eli Rogers would visit Oakland this week. With that, the picture at wide receiver becomes murkier by the minute. Granted, Rogers is not the lead...

2018 Raiders Training Camp Preview: RB DeAndre Washington

Oakland Raiders running back DeAndre Washington
When you look at the Raiders in terms of depth on offense, they look rather solid. As a result, the cutdown process will yield a few surprises, mixed with outright shockers. With that said, some eyes will lock at the running back position. Perusing...

Vikings offensive line coach, former Dolphins, Raiders head coach Tony Sparano dies at 56

Minnesota Vikings offensive line coach Tony Sparano died Sunday at the age of 56. No cause of death has been released. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that he had chest pains on Thursday. He was kept overnight for testing and sent home. Schefter reported Sparano’s wife,...

A Look At Recent Dark Raiders History

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During Jack Del Rio’s tenure in Oakland, the Raiders enjoyed one bright season. Before that, darkness cascaded over the Nation like ominous storm clouds.

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