State of the Raider Nation

So its been a fun 12 years right? I know for me, the amount of nonsense we had to endure almost puts us on par with Cleveland fans (notice how I say almost). With that said there is hope, or at least I believe there is hope.  Therefore, my second post will be about the […]

February 2014 by mashman4077

Host a night in with the Raiders, a poker game and good food

When the Raiders are playing, this is a good excuse to make a night of it and invite your friends around for the whole evening. Make sure that you know what time the game will start and that you are able to watch it on your television. If you live outside of the United States, […]

November 2012 by Craig

Oakland Raiders growing pains against Miami Dolphins

The Oakland Raiders were humiliated today against what most football fans call the worst team in the NFL for the second time. The Raiders’ 35 – 13 loss to the Miami Dolphins is undeniable proof that the Raiders were ill-prepared for today’s game. After a disappointing home game loss to the San Diego Chargers last […]

September 2012 by Niyi

Pryor shine’s in Oakland Raiders win over Detroit Lions

Saturday’s preseason game between the Oakland Raiders and the Detroit Lions was definitely not “just” a preseason game for the Oakland Raiders defense, who went all out against the Lions injuring Lions QB Matt Stafford’s throwing hand, and sidelining other Lion’s players. Although the injuries to these players did not appear to major, they are […]

August 2012 by Ayo

Raiders Look For Bounce Back Win Against Undefeated Packers

Coming off an embarrassing l0ss to the Dolphins, the Raider travel to Green Bay to take on the undefeated Packers. This is a match-up nightmare for the men in Silver & Black and it could not come at a worse time. With the loss last week, the Raiders fell to 2nd in the AFC West […]

December 2011 by raiders360

Raiders Enjoy Weather, Not Game in Miami

If anyone says Rolando McClain’s off field incident wasn’t a distraction last week during preparation for the Dolphins, they are flat out lying to you. The Raiders no-showed against the Dolphins Sunday falling to the Dolphins 34-14.   The Raiders were easily outplayed, out-hustled, and dominated in all aspects of the game. On offense, Carson […]

December 2011 by raiders360

Mid Season Report Card

In my opening preview for the Raiders, I predicted that they would finish 3rd in the AFC West and end with a 7-9 record. Well half way through the season, the Raiders sit in a three way tie with the Chargers and Chiefs at 4-4. The Raiders have had many good games (comeback win against […]

November 2011 by raiders360

Off Bye Week, Raiders Try Palmer 2.0

Off their bye week, the Raiders get a second chance to play Carson Palmer at QB. Palmer who has stated he wasn’t ready to play and told he wasn’t going to against the Chiefs in week 7, had a full extra week to learn and practice the Raiders playbook. It won’t be easy on Palmer […]

November 2011 by raiders360

Raiders Look to Continue Magical Season

It has been a crazy two weeks for the Raiders in which they lost their owner Al Davis, won their next game against Houston on a game winning interception in which they had only 10 players on the field, then they lose Jason Campbell for the year, and trade for Carson Plamer. But with all […]

October 2011 by raiders360

Raiders Mourn Loss of Owner

The Raiders lost their father today. Al Davis, 82, passed away at his home early Saturday morning. His career included assistant coach, head coach and general manager of the Raiders, commissioner of the American Football League, and the owner of the Raiders. During his reign at the top of the Raiders, Davis is known for […]

October 2011 by raiders360