The Oakland Raiders made it two wins in a row and got their first road victory of the season in the process. Taking on the rival Kansas City Chiefs, the Raiders played a well balanced game resulting in a 26-16 victory.
The Oakland Raiders continue to preach they are working on their struggling run game. After their overtime win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, they’ll hope to win two straight for the first time this season.
The Oakland Raiders had an ugly performance on the field Sunday, particularly in the first half against one of the worst teams in the league, the Jacksonville Jaguars. But the bottom line, as quoted by the late Al Davis, is, “Just win baby!” And the Raiders did exactly that with a 26-23 overtime victory.
Oakland Raiders’ Head Coach Dennis Allen joined Grant today to discuss his team’s week 6 loss in Atlanta. Coach Allen talked about how penalties and turnovers lead to Oakland’s demise despite a very good effort. […]
Coming off their bye week, the Raiders played surprisingly well and nearly beat the Atlanta Falcons, eventually losing 23-20. Despite the loss, many positive signs emerged from the game.
Will the battered Raiders be able to compete against the 5-0 Falcons?
Going into their Week Six game against the 5-0 Atlanta Falcons, the Raiders’ focus is on improving their league-worst run game and trying to get more interceptions on defense. The Raiders have yet to record an interception this season.
The Raiders have a lot of deficiencies and with a week off, they had a few practices to work out their problems. Oakland is 1-3 but has a bye week to evaluate why they’re struggling on offense and defense.
The Raiders enter their bye week with a record of 1-3. They have deficiencies in many areas on offense and defense. This week provides rookie coach Dennis Allen with an opportunity to get things righted before the season is lost for the Raiders.
Phil Simms called in during Pereira’s second segment and the three chatted about multiple NFL topics. Simms said the lone bright spot for the Raiders this season has been the play of Carson Palmer, whose […]
Former 49er and current Comcast analyst Dennis Brown discusses the Niners’ stomping of the New York Jets on Sunday. Brown points out that the team is now 2-0 on east coast road trips when staying […]
Bay Area sports columnist Monte Poole was the final guest on today’s show. Poole talked about the Raiders’ defense, what Sunday’s win did for Carson Palmer, the A’s staying in the hunt for a playoff […]