Posts Tagged ‘Oakland Raiders’

Edelman still thriving with Newton in post-Brady era

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Julian Edelman carved out a role as one of Tom Brady's most trusted receivers during the star quarterback's two decades with the Patriots. Two games into the post-Brady era in New England, Edelman has already developed a similar chemistry with the team's newest QB. The 34-year-old Edelman has emerged as a favorite target of 2015 NFL MVP Cam Newton through the Patriots' first two games, totaling a team-high 236 yards receiving, including a career-high 179 in last Sunday's 35-30 loss at Seattle.

Sunday will be for the women — at least in Cleveland.

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Caption Close Sunday will be for the women — at least in Cleveland. For the first time in NFL history, there will be two female coaches on the sideline and a female official on the field when the Browns host the Washington Football team. Jennifer King is in her first season on Washington’s staff, while Callie Brownson is the chief of staff for Browns first-year coach Kevin Stefanski.

Kolton Miller Continues to Progress in Third Season With Raiders

Friday, September 25th, 2020

Raiders LT Miller continuing to progress in third season originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea Raiders left tackle Kolton Miller approached his second NFL offseason the same way he approached his first one, focusing on getting stronger and improving his blocking technique. Keep my feet straight,” he said. Depth with hips.

NFL WEEK 3: Our official predictions for who wins this weekend

Thursday, September 24th, 2020

The Las Vegas Raiders, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles are among our favorite picks to cover the spread for bettors this weekend.

Raiders-Patriots Preview

Thursday, September 24th, 2020

Jon Gruden still thinks it was a fumble. It's been nearly two decades since the Raiders coach walked out of a snow-covered Foxboro Stadium on the wrong end of a 16-13 overtime loss to New England during the 2001 playoffs. The game turned late in the fourth quarter when Tom Brady was hit from behind and lost the ball.

Hating the Patriots: Why it’s your duty as a Las Vegas Raiders fan

Thursday, September 24th, 2020

Silver and Black diehards who have logged decades following the team are acutely aware of why the Patriots currently stand alone atop Hate Mountain and may prefer not to read any further, but for Las Vegans who are new to Raider culture, consider this a refresher on why you should hate the Pats: The 1985 playoffs This may sound like a bit of ancient history, but the 1985 Divisional Round game between New England and the Los Angeles Raiders set the table for the decades of torment that followed.

NFL Podcast: Jon Gruden’s mask, Tyrod Taylor’s punctured lung & the real reason Russel Wilson hasn’t received an MVP vote

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Terez Paylor & Charles Robinson kick off the mid-week pod discussing the fines doled out to Jon Gruden & Sean Payton, Tyrod Taylor's punctured lung and the fake controversy behind Russel Wilson's MVP votes.

New Raiders linebacker Cory Littleton is not making big impact yet

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Other than young safety Johnathan Abram, there hasn’t been many Raiders’ defensive players who have played well so far. Despite being 2-0 — the offense has been brilliant! not many Las Vegas defensive players have stood out positively yet.

Raiders’ Incognito to injured reserve, out 3 weeks

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

The Las Vegas Raiders' already-banged up offensive line took another blow Wednesday with left guard Richie Incognito being placed on injured reserve. With teams able to bring players back from IR after three weeks, the Raiders are hoping Incognito, a four-time Pro Bowler and Pro Bowl alternate last season, can return soon. Incognito, 37, had been dealing with an Achilles injury entering Monday night's home opener against the New Orleans Saints.

After near injury, Raiders SS Johnathan Abram brings second-half energy vs. Saints

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

It appeared Raiders safety Johnathan Abram was injured in the first half against the Saints, but he returned and made an impact.