The Raiders’ rebuilt defense has already shown signs of improved speed and athletic ability. But the real test is when the pads go on.
We talk to Raiders CB Amik Robertson and our Vegas Nation team breaks down what’s next for the Raiders coming off the NFL Draft.
The Vegas Nation: Raiders 2020 Draft Review show gives a recap of what moves the Las Vegas Raiders made during this year’s draft.
Longtime oddsmaker Ed Salmons approved of the Raiders’ draft, which featured three receivers in their first four picks — Henry Ruggs, Lynn Bowden and Bryan Edwards.
The number of NFL draft props and amount of money wagered on them increased exponentially at Nevada sportsbooks in the fourth year they were allowed to take bets.
Several 2021 NFL drafts are out nearly a year before next year’s event is scheduled to take place in Cleveland. If they are to be believed, the Raiders have some work to do.
The NFL draft averaged a record 8.4 million viewers over all three days, according to the NFL and Nielsen.
Judging what the Raiders have done since finishing last season 7-9 isn’t about pass/fail. Not until things begin for real again. All we really have are names on paper.
The Green Bay Packers were the biggest loser, in the opinion of Westgate sportsbook vice president of risk Ed Salmons and Sunset Station sportsbook director Chuck Esposito.
Most national reporters gave the Raiders passing marks for their first draft, but they also thought the team could have done better in the first round.
The Raiders added a handful of undrafted free agents, including UNLV safety/linebacker Javin White and Utah State kicker Dominik Eberle.
List of all picks in the 2020 draft, organized by team, from top overall to Mr. Irrelevant.
Until this weekend, the 12th and 22nd letters of the alphabet had never been used together in official association with the NFL with millions watching.