Las Vegas earns passing marks all around for upset victory against Super Bowl champions.
The web site PlayoffStatus.com affords Las Vegas a 42 percent chance of qualifying for the postseason.
If stoking an internal flame based on the opinions of others has the Raiders quarterback off to such a hot start, he shouldn’t toss water on such incentive.
The Raiders opened what has already proven a bizarre 2020 season by traveling east and taking down Carolina 34-30 at an empty Bank of America Stadium.
When the Raiders open their season Sunday against the Panthers, the two players who grew up 15 miles apart will each start at wide receiver spots.
Linebacker Cory Littleton, one of the best in coverage at his position across the NFL, is expected to make an immediate impact in Las Vegas.
The fourth overall pick of the 2019 draft by the Raiders, the defensive end from Clemson hopes to take a major step forward in his development.
NFL rookies won’t have the standard learning curve this season, COVID-19 having eliminated the opportunity for critical on-field practice.
As decades passed and technology improved, the draft got bigger and bigger. No advancement was more prodigious, however, than when television became involved.
Raheem Mostert was told more often than not that he wasn’t good enough, his road to Super Bowl LIV filled with more challenges than avoiding bull sharks.