Raiders Beat Titans 17-10 With Offense Not At Oakland's BestThe Raiders found themselves shut out in the second half Sunday as they needed the defense to preserve a 17-10 win over the Titans, and Derek Carr said he was praying on the sideline that the defense would get a stop after a sloppy game by the offense.
Jason Ross: Best/Worst Of Week 1 In NFLJason Ross goes over some of the best and worst moments of the week in the NFL.
Keidel: Oakland Raiders Are BackThe Oakland Raiders, who just beat the Saints, see to be on an upswing. And they have the right leader in head coach Jack Del Rio.
Carr, Raiders Rally To Beat Saints 35-34Oakland gambled with a 2-point conversion that Derek Carr converted with a pass to Michael Crabtree for the winning points with 47 seconds left to help the Raiders beat the New Orleans Saints 35-34.
Greg Papa on The Drive - 9/7/16Greg Papa, voice of the Oakland Raiders, spends some time on The Drive.
Rookie Spotlight: Silver & Black Defense Rises With Addition Of Strong Safety Karl JosephOakland Raiders rookie safety Karl Joseph is compact and powerful, and the team will look to their first-round draft pick to help soften the blow of losing future Hall of Famer Charles Woodson to retirement.
Scott Bair on The Drive - 8/4/16Raiders insider Scott Bair joins The Drive.
Bowman is Gettin' Paid; The Drive - 8/4/16Dave & Nate have a football and basketball packed show with plenty of contract extensions on The Drive.
Lincoln Kennedy Previews the Oakland Raiders on The Drive - 7/29/16Oakland Raiders sideline reporter Lincoln Kennedy previews the 2016 Oakland Raiders season with Dave, Kayte, and Nate.
JR Smith's Reality Show vs Jack Del Rio's Twitter - The Lo-Down - 6/08/16Damien, Jason, and Ken wish you happy hump day. Listen to Wednesday's edition of the Lo-Down.
Raiders Head Coach Having Fun On TwitterJack Del Rio joined Twitter today and he's already having a good time.
Questions About Possible Move Hang Over RaidersHeading into the offseason with uncertainty is old hat for the Oakland Raiders, who have had nine head coaches and 17 starting quarterbacks during a 13-year stretch of no winning record or playoff berths.