Oakland Raiders Wild Card Opponent Profile: Texans Are A Historically Weak Division WinnerThe Oakland Raiders are in the playoffs for the first time since the 2002 season, when they lost Super Bowl XXXVII to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sadly, the Silver & Black won't have their starting quarterback available for the game, and perhaps their backup QB also will be unavailable. However, it may not matter much since the Raiders are playing the Houston Texans, default winner of the AFC South Division.
TNF Fantasy Starters: Dolphins Vs. Patriots - Who To Play, Who To PassThe revived Miami Dolphins look to take down the perennial AFC East power New England Patriots on Thursday Night Football.
Team Grades: Raiders Stink Up Wembley In Every Way PossibleThe Oakland Raiders continued their up-down season on Sunday in London against the Miami Dolphins, and unfortunately, this was another down week for the Silver & Black as they lost to the Miami Dolphins, 38-14. Nothing went right for Oakland, and the team is now 0-4 this season heading into their bye week.
Opponent Profile: Are The Miami Dolphins A Beatable Opponent For The Raiders In London?There are two things going for the Oakland Raiders this week, as they prepare for their Week Four game in London, England: first, they play the Miami Dolphins, and second, the game is at a neutral site. The Silver & Black can beat the Dolphins, and they won't have the pressure of performing in front of a home crowd.
Reggie Bush Runs Over The Raiders In A Lopsided Win For The DolphinsThe Raiders played an abysmal game on both offense and defense. Dolphins running back Reggie Bush had one of the best games of his career and Miami wide receiver Brian Hartline also played well. Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer had another game in which he threw for many yards but executed poorly when it mattered most.