John Madden will join NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a fan forum before the Raiders-Broncos game in Oakland Thursday night.
The Oakland Raiders play the Chiefs in Kansas City Sunday. The long time rivals are a combined 3-9 this season.
In a ninth inning downpour, Giants fans roared even louder as their team finished off the Cardinals 9-0 to win their second pennant in three years.
During the bye week, the Raiders saw their three division foes lose their games, a best-case scenario that keeps the Raiders slim playoff hopes alive
The Raiders will be scoreboard watching since they’re on their bye week. The best case scenario is that the Chiefs, Chargers, and Broncos all lose their respective games so the Silver and Black don’t fall farther back in the standings while they’re idle.
The Oakland Raiders have a bye week this time around and it is coming right when they need it. a Growing injury list including Darrius Heyward-Bey, Darren McFadden, and Shawntae Spencer has the silver and black needing some R & R.
With Arizona’s loss to the Rams Thursday night, the Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons are the only unbeaten teams in the NFL. John Madden told the KCBS morning crew the Texans shouldn’t have too much trouble with the New York Jets Monday night, but that Atlanta will be tested on Sunday by rookie Redskins quarterback RG III.
Oakland is tied for last in the division at 1-3 with rival Kansas City. During the bye week, the focus shifts to the Broncos and Chargers who are atop the division standings.
After their 37-6 defeat to the Denver Broncos, the Oakland Raiders aren’t receiving good grades for Week Four. Oakland trailed Denver on virtually every stat on the score sheet.
Off to a fast start for the first time as a Bronco, Peyton Manning led Denver to three third-quarter touchdowns Sunday in a stress-free, 37-6 rout over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.