By Dave “Deuce” Mason –Wake up: Kansas City is good The Chiefs improved to 9-0 yet so many people are pointing to their weak schedule as a reason they’re not the best team in the […]
The Oakland Raiders always seem to play better when coming off of a bye week, and the extra week of rest may not have come at a better time. When they head back out onto the field, the Pittsburgh Steelers will be coming to town and are arriving with a two-game winning streak.
The Denver Broncos will host the Oakland Raiders for Monday Night Football. Will the Raiders have what it takes to take down the high scoring Broncos?
The Oakland Raiders are favorites to win in Week 2 against a weak Jacksonville Jaguars. The performances from Week 1 determined who the favorite is for next Sunday’s game.
Terrelle Pryor’s performance was outstanding, leading a comeback that barely fell short as mistakes overtook the Raiders, and they fell to the Colts. See how the other Raiders units stacked up on Sunday.
The Raiders lost a lot of men to injury during training camp, but one man’s absence in particular may cost them the game against the Colts.
The Oakland Raiders are going to face a tough opponent in week 1 of the 2013 NFL season. With a team like the Colts who went to the playoffs last year, the Raiders will have to keep an eye on key players in order to come out on top on this match.
This week saw an increase in preseason intensity. Starters played longer, and the injury totals spiked yet again. Here’s the scoop from all around the AFC…
Teams played their first preseason game this week, offering coaches and GMs their first glimpse of the strengths and weakness of their roster.
With Hall of Fame Weekend having enshrined the game’s former greats, and the very first preseason game of the year completed, here is the latest news from around the AFC
With July winding down, and the inaugural preseason game just one Sunday away, here’s a look at the latest events and goings on in around the AFC…
Darren McFadden hopes that going downhill will be just the tonic to revive his career with the Oakland Raiders.
Back in a familiar offense that suits his running style perfectly, McFadden is looking to bounce back from a disastrous 2012 campaign and return to the big-play back he was for the two years Hue Jackson ran the Raiders’ offense.