In their first game of the post-Amari Cooper era, the passing game was far from the problem for the Raiders.
The Raiders have made the playoffs just once in the last 15 years.
An 0-3 start can seem daunting, especially for a 16-game schedule.
A fumbled victory in Denver has the Raiders disappointed yet determined heading into Week 3 against the Dolphins.
Fundamentals and injury concerns are the Week 2 themes for the Oakland Raiders.
After a solid first half, the Raiders had an abysmal second half due in large part to an offense that struggled to maintain possession.
One week into training camp, Oakland players seem to be buying in to new-but-old head coach Jon Gruden’s philosophies.
Playing for nothing more than pride, the Raiders showed very little in Philadelphia Monday night.
The team’s touchdown leader was suspended two games by the league Monday.
The Derek Carr-led offense overcame the loss of Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper to sneak past a late push from Denver.
The emotions spilled over once again between the Broncos and Raiders early in the first quarter Sunday, This time it ended in three ejections.
Since scoring 71 points in winning their first two games of the season, the Raiders had been able to muster just 17.9 points per game in their last seven.
Cooper set career-highs in targets (19), yards (210) and touchdowns (2). He also finished one short of matching a career-best of 12 receptions.
It took seven weeks but the explosive Amari Cooper has finally arrived in Oakland for the 2017 season.
The Raiders’ home-opening Week 2 win could hardly have gone any better.
Behind Carr and Tavecchio, the Raiders overcame a continued lack of pass rush to squeak by the of the playoff hopeful Titans.
Eight of the Raiders’ nine draft picks made the roster, with 7th-rounder Elijah Hood being the odd man out.
After eight long months, quarterback Derek Carr made his return to the field in the Raiders preseason Week 2 loss to the Rams.
The 2016 Oakland Raiders have put together a dream season for their fan base and their own confidence.
There are a few ways to make the day difficult for Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill on Thursday night.