Archive for the ‘Oakland Raiders’ Category

The 300: #25 Ray Guy

The next entry in our list is a player that we have mentioned a few times over the years. His abilities were well appreciated during his playing days, but perhaps it is only with the passage of time that the true significance of his role has been appreciated.

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3 and out: Raiders hang on to win in Miami

Marshawn Lynch returned from suspension and delivered two TD’s as the Oakland Raiders edged out the Dolphins 27-24 in Miami on Sunday night. Robert O’Reardon reports…

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The 300: #5 Eric Dickerson

The fifth name on our list should really need no further introduction…

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3 and out: Raiders in trouble after pounding in Buffalo

The Oakland Raiders disappointing start to the season continued as they were dominated by the Bills in Buffalo. Derek Carr needs to rediscover his mojo quickly if the Raiders are to save their season, writes Robert O’Reardon…

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3 and out: Carr breaks down as Raiders outmuscled in Denver

The Oakland Raiders lost ground in the race for the AFC West as they were edged out in a real arm wrestle of a game by divisional foes the Denver Broncos. More concerning than the loss though, was an injury to star QB Derek Carr…

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3 and out: Carr stalls as Raiders slump in Washington

The Oakland Raiders had been in good form this year but they were given a real beat down in Washington as Derek Carr and the Raiders high powered offense were held in check. Robert O’Reardon reports…

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LATE HITS – Beasts, Jocks and the Unluckiest Man in the NFL

Marshawn’s return, JJ Watt’s impressive pain tolerance, an inevitable injury to the number one fantasy player and the unluckiest man in the NFL all feature in the first Late Hits of the 2017 season…

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3 and out: Beastmode is back as Raiders sink Titans

Two of this year’s fancied teams met in Tennessee and it was the Oakland Raiders who emerged with the win. Robert O’Reardon reports on a good day for Raider Nation and a winning starting for Beast Mode…

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ROSTER CUTS: Big Names Who Didn’t Make It

It’s been an odd weekend in the NFL. For the first time, the League decided to cut rosters from 90 to 53 after the final preseason game, rather than doing it in increments between the final two contests. It has made for a brutal few days, and some big names suddenly found themselves without teams.  

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DRAFT PREVIEW: Pick 24 – Oakland Raiders

The Raiders probably surpassed even their own expectations in 2016, storming out of the AFC West and into the playoffs. They’ll be looking to build on that in 2017, with help from their top picks in this Draft.

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