A week after Terrelle Pryor set a franchise record for quarterbacks with 112 yards rushing, Darren McFadden capitalized on the increased focus on the quarterback in nearly two years.
The Oakland Raiders accomplished their first victory of the season against a struggling Jacksonville Jaguars with a performance that should have been better.
A slow start is nothing new for Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden. Neither is the criticism he’s endured for the past several seasons.
The Oakland Raiders are favored to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in Oakland Sunday. “The one thing they can’t be is overconfident,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew. “You can’t have a good loss on the road and get overconfident by it.
After Sunday’s performance against the Indianapolis Colts, Coach Dennis Allen addressed the media and revealed who his starting quarterback was for the rest of the season. The man to lead the Raiders is Terrelle Pryor.
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.
There are a large number of high-profile players who, due to injuries or poor performance, disappointed last season. Here are 10 who are poised to return to form this year.
Back in a familiar offense that suits his running style perfectly, Darren 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.
Six botched selections and one misguided trade later, the results from those years add up to no playoff berths, no winning records, no Pro Bowl invitations and only oft-injured Darren McFadden left on the roster.