Thanks to the backing of the Black Hole and their four-game home winning streak, the Raiders have thrust themselves into the middle of the AFC playoff picture with a 6-4 record after their 17-10 victory over the Bengals on Sunday. But how manageable is Oakland’s schedule down the stretch?
Myles Garrett lost his mind at the end of Thursday night’s Browns-Steelers game. That means Football America will lose theirs this weekend. Neither will be right.
With Niners loss, Patriots back to top of the heap, but Eagles offense should be another test in Super Bowl LII rematch.
Kansas City allowed Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to look all-world completing 13 of 19 passes for 181 yards and two TDs.
Kyle Shanahan, the wunderkind son of Mike Shanahan, has his 49ers as the lone undefeated team in the NFL heading into Monday night’s showdown with the Seahawks.
Much of the aggressiveness of Maxx Crosby and Clelin Ferrell in the pass rush came at cost to the defense overall in the first half, as the Raiders’ run defense was so porous you wondered why the Chargers even allowed an obviously wild Philip Rivers to throw the ball at all. The good news: it was much better in the second half.
Clelin Ferrell, the fourth overall pick, will get the biggest headlines. But it’s another rookie, fourth-round pick Maxx Crosby, who was the most impressive pass rusher.
Projecting the teams most deserving of the playoffs and ranking them heading into Week 10.
In the past two games, Derek Carr has changed the trajectory of his season, and that of the Raiders. He has played outstanding football. None better than on Sunday.
Some fans were probably screaming at Jon Gruden for throwing incomplete on second down and stoppping the clock on the Raiders’ final drive. They were wrong to do so.