The Las Vegas Raiders will be going up against some talented corners in Marshon Lattimore and Janoris Jenkins.
by: N/A — NFL: Oakland Raiders 21h
Josh Jacobs always had the potential to be a three-down back in the NFL, but the Raiders’ coaching staff wanted to see growth in a crucial part of his game before he took on that responsibility.
by: Matthew Beighle — Fansided: Who Dat Dish 18 Sep
After a commanding Week 1 performance, the Saints are going to play in their first prime time game of the year against the Oakland Raiders on Monday night....
by: Mario Tovar — The Raider Ramble 18 Sep
The Las Vegas Raiders escaped Week 1 with a victory after a hard-fought battle featuring many of their rookies. There's work to be done but can some of them bounce back in Week 2?
by: Mark Schofield — USA Today: Touchdown Wire 17 Sep
Entering the 2020 NFL season questions lingered regarding Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. Sure, the veteran quarterback turned in a quietly efficient season last year, posting an Adjusted…
by: Philip Robinson III — The Raider Ramble 17 Sep
The Raiders kicked off 2020 with a 34-30 win over the Panthers. Featuring eight lead changes, it was the defense left standing tall when the smoke cleared.
NFL Week 2 Rookie Preview: Browns’ Jordan Elliott looks to cash in on TNF, Jets’ Mekhi Becton has his hands full against 49ers’ Nick Bosa
by: Michael Renner — Pro Football Focus 17 Sep
PFF's Mike Renner takes a quick lap around the league to preview the rookies and their potential matchups ahead of Week 2.
Key Matchups: Even without Michael Thomas, the Saints provide a tough test for young Raiders defense
by: N/A — NFL: Oakland Raiders 17 Sep
Monday night's primetime showdown could come down to whether Maxx Crosby and the rest of this defensive line can disrupt Drew Brees.
by: Carlos Sanchez — The Raider Ramble 16 Sep
The Las Vegas Raiders liked wide receiver Henry Ruggs III over Jerry Jeudy and CeeDee Lamb. Recently, he got a really great compliment.
by: C.J. Doon — The Baltimore Sun 16 Sep
Lamar Jackson will lead the NFL in passing touchdowns (again). The Jets will finish with the worst record in the league. The Seattle Seahawks will win the Super Bowl.
by: Levi Damien — USA Today: Raiders Wire 16 Sep
Sunday the Raiders took care of their business and beat a team they should beat. They went into Carolina and came out with a “W”. In the grand scheme of things, that’s all that matters …