The Raiders look to rise one game over .500 as they start new faces in the secondary.
It is official: fumbles have become a serious issue for the Oakland Raiders.
For the second week in a row, the Raiders were in prime position to upset a playoff contender in Oakland. This time, they didn’t let it slip through their fingers.
The Raiders did two things they have done very little of this season in the first half Sunday.
Oakland has not picked off a single pass, making its secondary the only yet to snare a takeaway.
The Raiders’ home-opening Week 2 win could hardly have gone any better.
The Raiders head into Sunday’s 2017 opener shouldering the greatest expectations the franchise has faced in more than a decade.
The Oakland Raiders draft selections were in full attendance as the doors opened for the time this season for 2017 Rookie mini-camp at the team’s Alameda facility Friday.
Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley has a first-round skill set. He is a 6-foot-tall 200-pounder who ran the 40-yard dash 4.44 seconds and the Draft Combine, and recorded 91 tackles, defended 15 passes and intercepted six in three years with the Buckeyes.