Oakland wasn’t able to capitalize on a 21-7 first-half lead as the team lost to the Dallas Cowboys in the traditional Thanksgiving Day game.
Both teams are mostly healthy, but there are some concerns here and there for each squad in a short week of rest and recovery from the previous game.
The offense in Oakland is no great unit, but the Raiders will only go as far as their defense takes them in 2013.
The 6-5 Dallas Cowboys lead the NFC East division, but they do so almost by default. Even with their 4-7 record, the Oakland Raiders can beat the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day in Dallas.
The vocal, aggregate angst from Cowboys fans is quite understandable. While you would be right to direct your anger at some well-heeled Cowboys, Tony Romo isn’t one of them. In fact, he is the reason you really matter.
By Dave “Deuce” Mason The Seahawks (6-1) may be the class of the NFC West but the San Francisco 49ers aren’t going away quietly. San Francisco (5-2) has won four straight games after a 31-17 […]
Having an elite signal-caller who can win you the game in crunch time is essential for any NFL franchise.
Rich Gannon, former Oakland Raiders quarterback and current CBS Sports NFL analyst, joined Grant today to discuss free agent moves this offseason. Gannon discussed Matt Flynn being acquired by the Raiders, the need to give […]
Grant let it be known that Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson and his group of Sacramento Kings equity investors wanted to go to Wednesday’s NBA meeting in New York with 10,000 season ticket pledges on herewebuy.org, […]
In this week’s That Thing You Missed, Fab Melo gives new meaning to the term “banging your head against the wall,” a passionate Cowboys fan gets up in “arms” over missing the playoffs and the […]
The Grant Napear Show was started with Grant talking about DeMarcus Cousins play and Tyreke Evans injury. The NFL was a topic of discussion on the show with the NFL Wild Card Weekend starting on […]
The keyword is “upside.” And these guys have it. Here are the top 10 fantasy football quarterbacks for the 2012 NFL season.