The Raiders look to rise one game over .500 as they start new faces in the secondary.
The 49ers announced their 2018 preseason schedule, including a game one visit from the Cowboys, Wednesday.
With all the uncertainty pulsing through the NFL, one thing is absolutely certain — Kaepernick has more than enough talent to play in this league.
Short Derek Carr, the Raiders are exactly who we thought they were, but they didn’t get let off the hook.
Offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave is trying to get create a unique game plan with rookie quarterback Connor Cook slated to start this Saturday.
Oakland needs to make some changes before Sunday, but starting a rookie quarterback doesn’t mean it’s the end of their season.
Oakland played a dominant second half, perhaps one of their best this season, against a terrific defense.
Raider Nation made its presence felt Sunday in Mexico City, as they are sure to do Monday night against Houston.
Chip Kelly’s up-tempo offense struggled to find its footing under QB Blaine Gabbert Sunday.
The offensive and defensive units looked to make strong plays throughout the over two-hour long session in Santa Clara.
The 49ers reserve defense was steamrolled by veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer and the Houston Texans
O.CO COLISEUM — The Raiders committed two of football’s cardinal sins en route to a 30-14 shellacking.
It’s the expensive Blaine Gabbert vs. the effective Josh Johnson in the battle for 49ers backup quarterback.
The Raiders are being connected to a speculative trade for Houston receiver Andre Johnson.
Though his stats may not show it, the tape says Antonio Smith is a constant threat.
Raider Nation can rest a little easier after undrafted rookie Matt McGloin led the Raiders offense to a 28-23 victory.
Though there’s a possibility Terrelle Pryor will start, it’s looking like Sunday will become a battle of backups.
The San Francisco 49ers earned their second straight victory, smacking the Houston Texans 34-3.
Sunday night’s game at Candlestick will trigger great memories for Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak.
The 49ers can keep the Texans’ defense honest by reestablishing the running game that bowled over the Rams last week.