San Diego Chargers
As the Oakland Raiders enter the final stretch of the 2013 season, a quick glance at their schedule shows some missed opportunities.
Sometimes, you don’t need to be great to make the NFL postseason, and other times, a team just needs to sneak in to win the Super Bowl.
And the passing with Alex Smith is good enough. I mean it’s not a great passing game, but it’s good enough to get some first downs, keep the ball moving, you know, do all those things. So it’s put together differently from a West Coast-coached team, but there is a model for that. Remember the Baltimore Ravens and, like I said, the Chicago Bears.”
The San Diego Chargers held quarterback Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts to three field goals in a 19-9 Chargers win Monday night. “It looks like the Colts were thinking that our next game is against the Denver Broncos,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
OAKLAND (KCBS) – The Raiders held off a late charge by San Diego to win 27-17 in Oakland Sunday night. “The Raiders look a lot better than they have to me for years,” John Madden […]
Just when Oakland’s seemingly safe lead appeared to be slipping away, Terrelle Pryor turned a broken play into a big one that helped seal the victory.
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.
Terrelle Pryor threw two TD passes in the 1st quarter and Charles Woodson tied an NFL record with his 13th defensive touchdown as the Raiders beat the Chargers 27-17 on Sunday night.
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.