Those of you hoping that Jon Gruden is going to abandon his announcing gig to return to a Raiders club playing the worst football in the National Football League are out of your minds. The only way Gruden would ever get back into the game is with full control of his roster, and a hands off approach is not exactly what the Raiders are known for. Dennis Allen is just the latest coach held accountable the failings of the entire organization.
Two weeks – and two more losses – after the Raiders’ most accomplished player declared “We Suck” the mood has decidedly turned against head coach Dennis Allen. The team has now lost ten straight since narrowly beating the then worst team in the league – Houston back before Thanksgiving.
It was another disappointing loss for the Raiders Sunday night at Wembley Stadium where Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw for 278 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Dolphins to a 38-14 victory over Oakland.
The future of Oakland Raiders Head Coach Dennis Allen is uncertain after the team’s loss to the Dolphins in London Sunday.
Move over Sir Francis Drake, a new band of marauders is looking to stake it’s claim in London. The (0-3) Raiders face the (1-2) Dolphins Sunday at Wembly stadium. Here’s a look at how #NFL London looks in Silver & Black.
Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass, Stephen Gostkowski kicked 3 field goals and the sluggish New England Patriots held on to beat the Oakland Raiders 16-9.
The 49ers have heard heaps of criticism for continuing to play defensive lineman Ray McDonald despite his arrest last month on domestic violence accusations. The owner or the Oakland Raiders says he’s got a solution for teams that want to protect the due process rights of players: sit them and pay them.
Week 2 of the NFL season was packed with bad plays, calls, and more. A double fumble, horrible timeout, NFL bungle, and a bevy of turnovers were among the biggest low-lights of the week.
After watching his team be throttled at home by a Texans club that managed just two wins all of last year, veteran Raiders safety Charles Woodson said what much of Raider Nation was thinking.
The home opener for the Raiders (0-2) hardly could have gone worse as they fell behind 27-0 after three quarters.