Five key match-ups for Raiders vs Chargers - Silver And Black Pride
The more I think about this game, the more crucial it seems. The Raiders desperately need a win and they desperately need to show last week was the start of something, not a flare up that fizzles...
Raiders' Osemele misses practice again; Feliciano may start
Already without Pro Bowl tackle Donald Penn against the Los Angeles Chargers, two-time Pro Bowl left guard Kelechi Osemele did not practice again Friday and is questionable to be available Sunday.
Gruden on RB Lynch’s workload: ‘We’ll just keep feeding him Skittles’
Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch is 32 years old but looks like he's in his prime. Coach Jon Gruden says there's a secret to keeping Lynch fresh.
NFL odds, betting lines: Raiders 5-point underdogs vs Chargers in Los Angeles - Silver And Black Pride
Week five is upon us and it has the 1-3 Raiders taking a quick trip to SoCal to visit their fan base there. That’s where they will face the 2-2 Chargers and where they are 5-point underdogs...
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Family Of Hall Of Famer Junior Seau Settles With NFL : NPR
Seau's family opted out of a $675 million concussion settlement covering more than 20,000 retired NFL players, and reached a separate agreement for an undisclosed sum.
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Why Scoring In The NFL Is Off The Charts This Year
The NFL is in the midst of a genuine offensive revolution. It’s also the latest phase of an evolution, given that teams have been passing more frequently and attacking defenses with additional receivers since the early part of this decade. But this year, something’s up. Way up. Scoring is off the charts. Quarterbacks across the league—even shitty ones!—are putting up stats that not too long might have have seemed impossible. Including last night’s Colts-Patriots game, NFL teams are on record paces for points scored (3,092), touchdowns (351), and touchdown passes (234). But that’s not all ...