The Oakland Raiders were on the brink of a morale boosting win at the rival Denver Broncos, but despite leading for almost the entire game there was late heartbreak for Jon Gruden’s team. Robert O’Reardon reports…
Continue reading “3 and out: Agony for Raiders, but Carr back on track”
The Los Angeles Rams won their season opener 33-13 at the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football in the final game of week one. Our Rams correspondent Tom Green gives his take on the week one match up…
Continue reading “3 and Out: Rams Overcome Raiders in Monday Night Showdown”
Jon Gruden’s return to coaching did not start as he would have hoped, as his Oakland Raiders came up short against the LA Rams. Our resident Raider, Robert O’Reardon, reports on a lacklustre showing from the silver and black…
Continue reading “3 and out – Gruden Ram-Raidered on NFL return”
It’s that time of year again. The regular season ends and all hell lets loose in the managerial ranks of the NFL. Head coaches, assistant coaches, general managers and other staff are all in the firing line as franchises search for the ingredient which will bring them success in 2018. Richard O’Hagan tries to keep up.
Continue reading “QUICK SNAPS: The Coaching Merry-Go-Round (2017 edition)”
It is hard to believe that we are but five short weeks away from the end of another NFL season. No fewer than 24 teams are inactive this weekend – four because they won post-season byes and the other 20 because they were too rubbish to make the post-season at all. That leaves just four wildcard games for us to look forward to.
Continue reading “WILD CARD WEEKEND: What to look out for”
For our last entry before the holidays, we feature a man who can rightly lay claim to be the founder of the modern NFL.
Continue reading “The 300: #32 Lamar Hunt”
For our 29th entry in this list we pick a true NFL legend, one of the first stars of the game when it began being televised in the UK.
Continue reading “The 300: #29 Tony Dorsett”
Next up in our feature is a player who had a surprisingly long career for one who played in his position.
Continue reading “The 300: #28 Albert Lewis”
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.
Continue reading “The 300: #25 Ray Guy”
Kickers are always a controversial choice in any list like this, but how could we ignore this guy?
Continue reading “The 300: #24 Morten Andersen”