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.
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.
In the losing effort, E.J. Manuel flashed the athleticism that made him a 2013 first-round selection.
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.
The Raiders signed one of team’s young receivers to a two-year extension through 2019, the team announced Wednesday.
Derek Carr and the Raiders have opened the season with the most incredible comeback in franchise history.
Oakland’s offense clicked like the knee of a 40-year-old linebacker Sunday. Especially when it mattered.
The Raiders 31-21 loss to the Seattle Seahawks wasn’t competitive. Oakland didn’t play any member of the projected first string save for right tackle Austin …