Asomugha’s status for Sunday unknown

Oakland Raiders defensive back Nnamdi Asomugha is on crutches as a precaution after spraining his ankle on Sunday. Coach Cable said that it was only a sprain and wouldn’t know more until Wednesday. He hurt his ankle on a third and ten play in the fourth quarter. He had coverage on Mike Williams down the […]

Raiders defense smothers Seahawks

The Oakland Raiders defense thoroughly smothered the Seattle Seahawks as part of the Silver and Black’s 33-3 drubbing of their former division foe. The three points is the lowest point total allowed b a Raider defense since they shut out the Kansas City Chiefs in week 17 of the 2002 campaign. Whilst, it could be […]

NFL Network’s top ten Raiders

On Saturday, the NFL Network ran their Top Ten Raiders segment as part of their NFL’s Top Ten. This is a list that is sure to cause debate among the Raider faithful. Here is the list without further ado: 10 Marcus Allen 9 Willie Brown 8 Jim Plunkett 7 Cliff Branch 6 George Blanda 5 […]

Seahawks at Raiders: Thoughts from the other side

Time once again for our Thoughts from the Other Side segment where we get the thoughts of a writer who covers the other team before the game. Today’s Seahawk writer is Chris Sullivan of Chris took some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few of my questions about the Raiders one […]

Oakland Raiders injury update

The Oakland Raiders completed their final practice before facing off against the Seattle Seahawks, and their trainer’s table is getting a bit crowded. Wide receiver Nick Miller hurt his ankle and is considered questionable for Sunday. Quarterback Bruce Gradkowski is questionable with his shoulder injury. Chris Johnson is questionable with a concussion. Wide receiver Chaz […]

Raiders need Chaz Schilens healthy

Once again, the Raiders are nearing the midseason mark and once again they waiting on wide receiver Chaz Schilens to get healthy and contribute, whilst the receiving corps as a whole struggles. Schilens was originally a seventh round pick in 2008 and won a job as a starter before the end of his rookie season. […]

Raiders blackout goes to 11

The Oakland Raiders failed to sell out Sunday’s Halloween day game against the Seattle Seahawks 72 hours in advance so the game will be blacked out. This will be the eleventh consecutive Raiders home game that will not be aired in their home market. After the Mile High Massacre, head coach Tom Cable made a […]

Raiders running game explodes in Denver

The Oakland Raiders simply ran over the Denver Broncos. The running game has been the backbone of their offense all year, bur the running game exploded for their most yards since the days of Marcus Allen and Bo Jackson. The Raiders carried the ball 53 times for 328 yards, with Darren McFadden leading the way […]

Art Shell inducted into black college football

Oakland Raider legend Art Shell can add yet another honor to his already impressive trophy case from his career as an offensive tackle and head coach for the Silver and Black.He has been named for induction into the Black college football Hall of Fame as part of the second class ever. Art Shell played for […]

Jason Campbell hurt, Kyle Boller may play Sunday

Tom Cable revealed that Jason Campbell suffered a sprained knee during the loss against the San Francisco 49ers. This opens up the possibility that Kyle Boller could lead the offense on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. The MRI did not reveal any structural damage in Campbell’s knee, but according to Cable he was extremely sore. […]

Raiders miss opportunity

The Oakland Raiders had the perfect opportunity to get back to back wins when they entered Candlestick Park to play the 49ers. However, once again they could not get it done. The stars seemed to align for the Raiders to get their back to back wins and turn their fortunes around. The Raiders were coming […]