The Raiders have a league-best plus-5 turnover ratio the last three games, and it’s little surprise that it coincides with their three-game winning streak
D.J. Swearinger and Dion Jordan each played significant roles in the 17-10 win over the Bengals despite being signed just a week ago.
Safety D.J. Swearinger and defensive end Dion Jordan have only been around the team for a few practices, but head coach Jon Gruden said he expects both to be active on Sunday.
Part of the reason the Raiders are expected to activate recently acquired D.J. Swearinger and Dion Jordan despite both being on the roster for a short time is the state of injuries on Oakland’s roster.
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped off Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hit him with it in the head in the final seconds as the Browns’ 21-7 win over the Steelers on Thursday night ended with a wild brawl between the rivals.
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.
Rookie safety Johnathan Abram has his eye on the playoffs, predicting the team can rack up wins during what looks like a softer half of the schedule.
The 4-4 Raiders are coming off a 31-24 win against the Detroit Lions in what was the first of a three-game homestand in Oakland.
Oakland’s No. 1 wideout is getting healthy and is excited for his first matchup against the Chargers, his former team.