Monthly Archives: November 2014

Raider Running Back: Latavious Murray #28

In first and goal from the Kansas City 11-yard line, Latavious Murray #28 took the ball, made a quick decision when his gap closed, bounced it outside and took it to the house. It was the first rushing touchdown the Chiefs had given up all season.

Raider Strong Safety: Charles Woodson #24

Charles Woodson #24 now has 58 interceptions and 20 sacks in his prestigious 17-year career.

Chiefs Quarterback Alex Smith #11

Chiefs Quarterback Alex Smith #11: 4-1 vs Raiders

Week 12: Raiders Win

My dream is that Derek Carr #4 can grow into a QB like Rivers or Smith, a pretty solid, smart, dependable QB. Maybe not Hall of Fame like manning but just a decent signal caller, game manager and leader.  The jury is still out but he shows signs at times of being that type of player.

Ranked #32

Ranked #32 in points scored

Ranked #32 in rushing

Ranked #32 in offensive yardage

Raiders VS Chiefs Rivalry

Rain is predicted for tonight’s Week 12 matchup between age old enemies Raiders VS Chiefs
(Hall of Fame pic)

Tonight’s the Big Night Win #1!


Raider Defensive Tackle: Antonio Smith #94

“Ninja Assassin Antonio Smith #94 has lost 24 straight games dating to last season. And yet Sunday, he had arguably his best game of the season, recorded his first sack and did his little Ninja dance.”

The Raider Quarterback 2006: Andrew Walter #16

Reminder: Andrew Walter #16 won two games in 2006.

Week Eleven: Latavioius Murray #28 finished with 43 yards

Latavioius Murray #28 finished with 43 yards on four carries and gave the Raiders a temporary respite from their season-long disaster running the ball.”

2015 Raiders Coaching Search Process

Coaching Search

Step 1: Pay Him what Al Owed Him

Step 2: Dominate the AFC West