Oakland Raiders got beat soundly in a 26-10 home loss to the rival Kansas City Chiefs, and head coach Jack Del Rio said: “We got outplayed and outcoached”
“Whatever the numbers, the mistakes, the breaks, the only thing that matters is to win, which on a warm autumn Sunday is exactly what the Raiders did, beating the Chargers, 34-31, and with a 4-1 record moving into a tie for first in the AFC West.”
“Since the start of the 2014 season, punter Marquette King #7 has placed 71 punts inside the 20 with just seven touchbacks.”
“In his last 176 pass attempts, the Raiders quarterback Derek Carr #4 has thrown a single interception — on a tipped ball.”
Ouverture After the exciting offseason that had the team acquiring 4 big name free agents and having another seemingly good draft, the fanbase was ready for a major step forward from the previous y…
My QB starters history: Russell, Frye, Losman, Gradkowski, Campbell, Boller, Pyror, Palmer, McGloin, and finally Carr.
Great Work by Ted Nguyen.
Dick Lebeau is one of the best defensive coordinators in the league and he has low-key turned the Tennessee Titans to one of the best defenses in the league. Before they played the Raiders, the Titans only gave up one offensive touchdown all season. With that said, they did not stop the Raiders. The Raiders stopped the Raiders. The offense scored two first half touchdowns, had one called back, and shot themselves in the foot repeatedly to finish with a measly 17 points.
Another Great Game by the Offensive Line
The Raiders offensive line continued it’s stellar play and with the injuries mounting on the Dallas Cowboys line, I don’t think its hyperbole to say that the Raiders might have the best line in the league. Lebeau is known for his innovative, aggressive blitzes and he blitzed the Raiders 17 times on 34 pass plays and only managed to get…
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