In honor of the Raiders/Niners playing this Sunday, I put together my all time bay area team. Players who have played for either the Niners, Raiders or both at some point in their career. This […]
Grant kicked off Tuesday’s fourth segment by talking with Cam Inman, who covers the 49ers for San Jose Mercury news and recently interviewed San Francisco head coach Jim Harbaugh. Inman admitted that his gut instinct […]
The 0-10 Oakland Raiders have six games remaining, and if they want to avoid the wrong kind of historic effort, the Silver & Black need to win at least one of those games. But it’s not looking like that is going to happen, all things considered. Somewhere, the ghost of Al Davis is cringing and shaking his fist at the mess his once-proud team has become.
In Week Six, the Oakland Raiders’ offense set season-high marks in total yards, passing yards and rushing yards. If this is Interim Head Coach Tony Sparano’s plan for staying competitive with a bad defense, it’s not necessarily a bad plan. Rookie quarterback Derek Carr had his best game of the year against San Diego, and the sky is the limit for the youngster going forward this 2014 season.
As the 2014 Oakland Raiders are staring in to an 0-5 start if they lose to the San Diego Chargers at home this weekend, it’s entertaining to take a look back in time at the history of the Silver & Black to see just how bad the team has been at various points in its 55-season history.
The Oakland Raiders fired Head Coach Dennis Allen after an 0-4 start, and they have named former Miami Dolphins head coach and current Oakland offensive line coach Tony Sparano as the interim leader. However, this won’t change anything for the Silver & Black, as they still have an old and talent-bereft roster. What matters now is the plan for a permanent coach in 2015.
The Oakland Raiders didn’t score until the final five minutes of the game Sunday against the conference’s best team, while the defense put the offense in a big hole early.
It is Free Agent Frenzy Wednesday on The Jason Ross Show. We welcome Super Bowl Champ and Ravens analyst Qadry Ismali to talk about Baltimore’s latest moves and what the Niners should expect from Anquan […]
This was supposed to be a year where the Raiders would finally have a winning season and possibly challenge for a playoff spot. But under new head coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie, the team’s rebuilding efforts were largely unsuccessful. A few players showed promise but overall, it was a frustrating season for the organization and the team’s long suffering fans.
From Gorilla Rilla to Darth Raider, legendary Raiders tailgaters are a cast of characters.
Terrelle Pryor, a decorated college football quarterback at Ohio State University, was chosen by late owner Al Davis as his final Raiders draft pick before he passed away in 2011. Pryor hasn’t played much since he became a Raider and signed to a four-year contract. He has excelled in high school and college, but will that success include the NFL?
Despite the years of losing, the Raiders continue to be newsworthy for all the drama associated with this once storied franchise. Even after the passing of owner Al Davis, controversy surrounds the team. Following a fifth straight loss, head coach Dennis Allen abruptly left to be with his ailing father who passed away Monday night. Now rumors are swirling that former coach Jon Gruden may return to the Silver and Black..