Like the 0-9 Bengals last week, the Raiders can’t overlook the 3-7 Jets who are starting to gather momentum, winning their last two games. The Jets are getting healthy and have talented players such as safety Jamal Adams and running back Le’Veon Bell making them a dangerous team that could play spoiler to the Raiders playoff hopes.
The Raiders are looking to clean up their penalties in all three phases of the game and not negate the plays that go for big yardage while they fight for the right to play in the postseason.
Raiders rookie defensive end Maxx Crosby had four sacks and forced a fumble in Sunday’s win over the Bengals and Josh Jacobs is close to eclipsing 1000 yards on the season. None of this comes as a surprise for Jon Gruden and the Raiders coaching staff who hope Crosby, Jacobs and the rest of the rookie class continues to play this way on Sunday against the Jets. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders have a +5 turnover differential over the past three games which leads the league. This differential is a part of the reason the team is 3-0 and looking towards the playoffs if they continue to produce. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
In the latest edition of One-on-One Johnathan Abram traveled to Las Vegas to go house hunting with his wife Br’iAnna and his daughter Harlee in preparation for the team’s move to Las Vegas next season.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden knew once he took over the team that there needed to be changes made regarding player contracts and the teams salary cap. The Raiders have since then brought in a ton of young talented players to play alongside veterans that will put all of them in a position to shine.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden announced on Monday that the team signed veteran linebacker Preston Brown. Gruden also mentioned other veteran players such as Curtis Riley and Dion Jordan and their contributions for the team. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders won their third straight home game with yet another clutch performance by the defense, when cornerback Trayvon Mullen intercepted Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Ryan Finley late in the 4th quarter. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
After emerging victorious on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, many of the Raiders, including one of the newest additions DJ Swearinger, spoke to the environment that the organization provides and how it becomes evident on the field. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders emerged victorious in their game against the Cincinnati Bengals 17-10 on Sunday. The team did not take the win-less Bengals lightly, a message they preached all week and continued to echo after the game. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)