The Oakland Raiders aren’t setting major strides this season, but they just got themselves out of the AFC West cellar by putting the San Diego Chargers in it. A fast start in a late game is what helped the silver and black attack pick up their second win.
The Raiders face a long list of injuries this week, but Coach Allen has the confidence that there will be no impact against the Chargers for this Sunday’s game.
Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is the scheduled starter against the Chargers Sunday night after sitting out a game following a concussion. But he might be missing injured running back Darren McFadden.
The Oakland Raiders are depending for to have a healthy squad when they face the San Diego Chargers this Sunday.
The Oakland Raiders lost both of their starting running backs to injuries in the first half against the Washington Redskins.
Terrelle Pryor’s concussion has brought on some problems for the Oakland Raiders and their coach Dennis Allen. Now the NFLPA is investigating if Pryor should have been brought back on the field after taking a vicious hit.
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.