The Raiders have been trying to get an elite wide receiver for a long, long time. Before they selected Henry Ruggs in the first round of the 2020 draft, before they traded for Antonio Brown before the 2019 season, before they took Amari Cooper in the first round of the 2015 draft or Darrius Heyward-Bey... Continue Reading →
Ryan Smith thinks it would be for the best of the Raiders and Derek Carr made like Tom and Gisele and went their separate ways.
Don't you hate when your favorite team loses yards on first down? It's not a great feeling, but certainly not a death sentence for the drive. They could easily pick up those lost yardage over the next couple of plays, but by that same token, they may end up in a third an unmanageable. That's where I find myself now, not with the full-chested optimism of August, on first and ten, but a little later, and a little farther back than I'd imagined. Here's my attempt to pick up some lost yardage.
Offensive Player of the Week- Josh Allen, QB Buffalo Bills Josh Allen was nothing short of spectacular on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. His stellar game started off early, when backed up on his own two yard line, he slung a deep ball with ease to speedy receiver Gabriel Davis, who did the rest and... Continue Reading →
There's exactly one way for the Las Vegas Raiders to beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football
Ryan, who has been critical of Carr for years, has completely bought into the hype in 2022, believing that this season will change Carr's legacy forever.
If Nathaniel Hackett to Denver ends up meaning the arrival of Aaron Rodgers, the status quo will not be enough to elevate the Las Vegas Raiders.