It’s rare to see a team have rookies so integral on offense and defense, but that’s what the Raiders have done by hitting on their top and midround picks in the 2019 draft.
Winners of six straight games, the Ravens are the best team in football right now.
The authority’s citizens advisory committee, formed last month, will be evaluating the proposal at a January meeting.
The first draft class for Raiders general manager Mike Mayock is no group of wallflowers as the NFL’s big dance gets closer. No, they are just now rounding into form as a unit and are playing crucial roles as the Raiders make their playoff push. Sunday’s 17-10 was the latest and best example.
The fickle nature of the NFL means not every day is going to be your best, and the four-point lead they clung to against the winless Cincinnati Bengals suggested this was far from the Raiders’ finest day.
The $2 billion Allegiant Stadium continues to be on time and on budget, even though completion of the cable net to support the translucent polymer roof won’t be completed until mid-December.
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?
The rookie from Eastern Michigan set a franchise rookie-record with four sacks in Sunday’s 17-10 win over Cincinnati.
A lackluster performance against the NFL’s worst team kept the Raiders tracking positively with crunch time in the AFC West looming large.
The undrafted rookie out of Wisconsin has gained a first down or scored a tochdown on all seven of his touches this season for Oakland.
Rookie TE Foster Moreau has caught four touchdown passes this season, all of which have either tied the game or given the Raiders the lead.
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.