G John Simpson discusses his NFL debut on Monday Night Football, Head Coach Jon Gruden and more.
by: Marcus Johnson — USA Today: Raiders Wire 3h
The Las Vegas Raiders opened the death star with a bang on Monday Night Football. An underdog at home, the Raiders shocked the world by beating the New Orleans Saints 34-24. This was only the secon…
by: N/A — NFL: New Orleans Saints 4h
Get postgame reactions from Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden, quarterback Derek Carr, and tight end Darren Waller
by: James Fragoza — Pro Football Focus 13h
Derek Carr propelled the Las Vegas Raiders to a 34-24 win over the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football and secured the franchise its first win at Allegiant Stadium.
by: Paul Gutierrez, ESPN Staff Writer — NFL Nation: Oakland Raiders 14h
During the Raiders' first home game in Las Vegas, left guard Richie Incognito left with an Achilles injury on Monday night.
by: Bill Williamson — SB Nation: Silver And Black Pride 14h
A quick review of the Las Vegas home opener at Allegiant Stadium
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports 15h
The Raiders began the night without their top two right tackles. Trent Brown (calf) and Sam Young (groin) were inactive. Denzelle Good made the start. They lost left guard Richie Incognito in the first half. The Raiders have ruled him out with an...
by: Anthony Galaviz — Sacramento Bee 20 Sep
The Raiders are set to play their home opener at the brand new Allegiant Stadium
by: Josh Alper — NBC Sports 19 Sep
The Raiders got wide receiver Henry Ruggs back on the practice field Saturday and the door is open for the first-round pick to play against the Saints on Monday night. Ruggs missed two days of practice with a knee injury, but was able to work as a...
by: New Orleans Saints — NFL: New Orleans Saints 19 Sep
Three New Orleans players listed as OUT vs. Raiders