Something magical will have to happen for the 6-8 Raiders to make the Wild Card.
After splitting their two first home games, the Raiders will have their first road test of the season Sunday.
What started as a joke on social media has become true.
One day from embarking on a hopeful 2019 season, the Raiders turned everything on its ear releasing one of the most explosive weapons in the league.
Antonio Brown will play on Monday night after he delivered an “emotional apology” to his team on Friday morning, according to ESPN.
When McKenzie was hired, the Raiders were among the NFL’s laughing stocks, with zero playoff appearances and just 45 wins over the previous nine seasons.
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.
Week 13 brought much to excite for a team that has lost three All-Pros over the past three months.
The Raiders did two things they have done very little of this season in the first half Sunday.
With the Raiders’ looming departure to Sin City, Thursday night may very well be the final Battle of the Bay.
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.
Everything the Raiders had been doing well or improved on was nowhere to be seen in Los Angeles.
An 0-3 start can seem daunting, especially for a 16-game schedule.
The Khalil Mack void still lingers over the Oakland Raiders, but the real issue actually has nothing to do with him at all.
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.
The Oakland Raiders have announced their 2018 regular season schedule, including four prime-time games and a trip to London.