Raiders' Latavius Murray Makes Touchdown Run Look EasyOakland Raiders' Latavius Murray takes it to the hole in an ankle-breaking touchdown run.
Hump Day: The Lo-Down - 9/21On the Wednesday edition of the Lo-Down the guys talk about the Giants tying up the Wild Card race. Talk about the 1-1 teams in the NFL. Are they more like their 1 win, or 1 loss. And get some inspiration with Tweets From Magic Johnson. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
Raiders Fall To Atlanta In Week Two ActionJustin Hardy caught a deflected 8-yard touchdown pass to break a tie midway through the fourth quarter and the Atlanta Falcons held on to beat the Oakland Raiders 35-28 on Sunday.
WATCH: Amari Cooper Makes Ridiculous Leaping CatchThe Raiders second year wideout showed off his vertical on this play.
Ex-Alabama Wide Receivers Take Center Stage When Raiders Host FalconsWhen Amari Cooper arrived at Alabama back in 2012, he immediately started studying film of an old Crimson Tide receiver he wanted to emulate.
Stadium Plan To Lure Raiders To Las Vegas Passes Major VoteA plan to build an NFL stadium in Las Vegas and lure the Raiders to Oakland crossed a major hurdle Thursday.
How Would DeMarcus Cousins Look On The Oakland Raiders?DeMarcus Cousins can be a force on the basketball court, but what about on the football field?
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.
Despite Bold Win, Oakland Raiders Coach Jack Del Rio Says He's Not A GamblerDel Rio wouldn't say what went into the decision to go for the two-point conversion with the game on the line, only that it was not an off-the-cuff move.
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.
Jason Ross: Bold Predictions For Raiders, 49ersOn our show today, (the Lo-Down) Monday-Friday 12-3, shameless plug, we decided to make three bold predictions for the NFL season involving both the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders.
Mack Looks To Follow Up All Pro Season With Even Bigger YearKhalil Mack sees even more room for growth after recording 15 sacks and becoming the first player to be named a first-team All Pro at two positions in 2015 when he emerged as one of the league's top defensive players.