Raiders Pick Up Second Win Against 49ers

December 7, 2014

By: Max Klotz Final Score: Oakland Raiders 24, San Francisco 49ers 13 The Raiders seemed to have brushed off their 52-0 loss to the Rams in Week 13. The Raiders’ defense had one of their best games of the year, and Derek Carr had one of his best performances of his young career. On the first play of the game, Colin Kaepernick dropped back and threw a deep sideline pattern…


Kaepernick Awful As 49ers Fall To Raiders And Lose Playoff Hopes

December 7, 2014

By: Apurv Baichwal Follow me on Twitter: @abaichwal After watching today’s game, I was quite literally speechless. There was nothing I could say immediately after to explain what had just occurred, and all I could think was: “Was that even football?” The 49ers just lost their seventh game of the season in only thirteen weeks, making them 7-6 and effectively out of the playoff chase. To rub salt in this…


Raiders Obliterated in Saint Louis

November 30, 2014

By: Max Klotz Final Score: St. Louis Rams 52, Oakland Raiders 0 The Raiders may have reached a new low on Sunday. The Raiders failed to score any points for the first time this season. Oakland actually ran more plays than St. Louis and won the time of possession battle by ten minutes. However, Oakland literally gave the game away by committing five turnovers. Derek Carr threw two interceptions and…


Peyton Manning Lights Up the Raiders

November 10, 2014

By: Max Klotz Final Score: Denver Broncos: 41 Oakland Raiders: 17 The Raiders struck first in this game and jumped out to a 10-6 lead early in the second quarter. Peyton Manning threw two first half interceptions which the Raiders turned into a field goal and a Derek Carr touchdown to Brice Butler. D.J Hayden had one interception on a tipped ball and Justin Tuck had the other. However, Peyton…


Raiders Fall to 0-7 in Cleveland

October 26, 2014

By: Max Klotz Final Score: Cleveland Browns: 23 Oakland Raiders: 13 The Raiders fell to 0-7 Sunday against the Browns, and their schedule is not getting any easier. The Raiders have the second hardest remaining schedule in the league and their next few games are going to be particularly difficult. The Raiders next four games are: at Seattle, Denver, at San Diego and Kansas City. All four of those teams are…


Where Do the Raiders Go From Here?

October 3, 2014

By: Max Klotz The Dennis Allen era is over, ending with a record of 8-28. Tony Sparano, the offensive line coach, will be taking his place, presumably for the rest of the season. Sparano has head coaching experience and has an overall career record of 29-31. Someone had to take the fall for the Raiders’ awful start to the season, but Dennis Allen was certainly not solely responsible. While players often…


Raiders’ Offseason Update

July 3, 2014

  What’s up Raider fans? It’s summertime, which means the sun is shining on Oakland and shedding some light on what to expect from the Silver and Black. Last season was difficult to watch at times, and I’m sure disgruntled Raiders’ fans view this discomfort in their eyes as normal. The Raiders haven’t been able to make the playoffs since losing the Super Bowl in 2003 to the Tampa Bay…


Raiders Lose Big Time To Chiefs

October 13, 2013

It was tough loss, 24-7, for the Raiders last night. They were up against one of the top teams in league. The Kansas City Chiefs came into the game with a 5-0 record looking to advance to 6-0. They did just that. The Raiders, however, managed to get on the board first in Kansas City. Terrelle Pryor ended up throwing a short pass to Denarius Moore who than ran it…


Raiders Beat Chargers 27-17

October 6, 2013

The Raiders picked up their second win of the season against the Chargers last Sunday, taking them to 2-3. In this 27-17 win, the Raiders played pretty well with Pryor throwing for 221 yards and two TD on 18-23 attempts. Rashad Jennings also had 10 carries for 41 yards. They picked up their first interception (and didn’t stop there, finishing with three), and their first shutout in either half, and…


Oakland Falls To 1-3 Against Washington

September 29, 2013

[ad#Mobile Top Banner]It wasn’t all bad. Even though the Raiders are now 1-3, and at the bottom of the AFC West, they didn’t play too badly. Also, their starting rookie quarterback Terrelle Pryor was out with a concussion, giving veteran Matt Flynn the start. Now, don’t blame Matt Flynn either, as he was pretty bad, but not the worst part of the game. He was 21-32 for 227 yards, a…