Tale Of The Tape: Who Is The AFC’s Biggest Loser?
The NFL season is three weeks young and already the NFC knows who will be the last team to get in the win column, and judging from last week’s thrashing by Atlanta it could take Tampa Bay a while to get there. The story is a little different in the AFC, where the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars have looked capable of stealing a win at times. So who will
Tale Of The Tape: Miami Dolphins At Oakland Raiders
The Raiders played their best game of the early season as they stayed close to the heavily-favored Patriots and would have sent the game into overtime if a penalty call had not wiped out a last-minute touchdown.
Tale Of The Tape: Oakland Raiders At New England Patriots
The Raiders face a huge disadvantage at the quarterback spot, where rookie Derek Carr is getting the start and must face a New England defense that stepped up in its second game of the season.
Tale Of The Tape: Houston Texans At Oakland Raiders
The misery of 2013 is in the past and the Texans are looking forward. They did not play a great game vs. the Redskins in Week One, but they did enough to come up with the win.
Tale Of The Tape: Oakland Raiders At New York Jets
The Raiders hope to pull out of the malaise they have been in for the last 11 years. They have not earned a spot in the postseason since reaching the Super Bowl following the 2002 season, and have just three playoff appearances in the last 20 years.
Tale Of The Tape: Denver Broncos At Oakland Raiders
Peyton Manning will never admit this, but he would have liked it if the Ravens had beaten the Patriots, because that would have allowed the Broncos to clinch the top seed in the AFC playoffs.