Raiders playoff hopes dimmed to near darkness Sunday afternoon, as Oakland fell to the Titans 42-21 in the second last home game at the Coliseum. …
It wasn’t a bird. It wasn’t a plane. Hell, it wasn’t even Superman. Instead, it was Jimmy Garoppolo.
Behind Carr and Tavecchio, the Raiders overcame a continued lack of pass rush to squeak by the of the playoff hopeful Titans.
As returns go, it sure wasn’t a bad one for Derek Carr.
The Raiders head into Sunday’s 2017 opener shouldering the greatest expectations the franchise has faced in more than a decade.
Preseason isn’t meaningless, but all the same, it’s certainly not meaningful.
The Tennessee Titans travel to Oakland to face the 4-6 Raiders Sunday in what looks to be a high-scoring game.
49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh wound up with a front-row seat to a sideline fracas that broke out in the second half.
Colin Kaepernick completed 13 of 21 passes for 199 yards and rushed 11 times for 68 yards and a touchdown.
The 49ers injury-plagued nose tackle position got some fresh help this weekend in the form of fifth-round pick Quinton Dial.
The 49ers’ ninth-ranked defense is third in the NFL with 61 points off turnovers, but the Titans are right behind them.