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.
Raiders running back Josh Jacobs said he was unaware the Bengals were still winless and are No. 32 in rush defense as Oakland and Cincinnati will play on Sunday.
Rookie quarterback Ryan Finley will make his second start for the winless Bengals on Sunday. Even though there isn’t much film on him, the Raiders do know about him.
The talented pass rusher signed with the Raiders last week as his 10-game suspension for taking Adderall was coming to an end. He hopes to finally reach his potential.
The coach refused to say whether the Raiders plan on sending a representative to watch the free-agent quarterback work out for NFL teams on Saturday in Atlanta.
Oakland is just a half-game behind Kansas City in the AFC West and tied for the second wild card with two winnable games on the horizon.
With Niners loss, Patriots back to top of the heap, but Eagles offense should be another test in Super Bowl LII rematch.
The 26-year-old former first-round pick was placed on injured reserve over the weekend due to a foot injury suffered while making the game-clinching interception against the Chargers on Thursday.
The safety signed with Oakland over the weekend several weeks after Arizona decided to release him after just four games.
Kansas City allowed Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to look all-world completing 13 of 19 passes for 181 yards and two TDs.