Paul Guenther: ‘We have a vision’ for Raiders defense - SFChronicle.com
When defensive coordinator Paul Guenther returned home after the Raiders’ 34-3 loss to the 49ers on Nov. 1, his son alerted him to a video clip of himself and head coach Jon Gruden making the rounds online. After Raheem Mostert’s 52-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, cameras showed Gruden tapping Guenther on the shoulder to spark an animated discussion between the two. This week, Guenther sounded surprised at the attention the moment received.
Raiders-Chargers week 10 viewing guide: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, announcers, odds, more - Silver And Black Pride
In their second meeting with the Chargers, the Raiders will play at home. Not their ‘home away from home’ in Los Angeles, but their actual home in Oakland. They sit at 1-7 on the season, set to...
Updated Raiders 2019 NFL draft order and who Raider Nation should be rooting for in week 10 - Silver And Black Pride
Each week that passes, the Raiders draft prospects increase. They keep losing and the teams who they are competing with for draft position keep winning. Well, except for one team. And that is the...
Raiders-Chargers game still on in Oakland despite smoke from Camp Fire | NBCS Bay Area
No news suggests the status quo, and that the Raiders-Chargers game will go off at 1:05 p.m. Sunday as scheduled.
Raiders’ Guenther bemoans roster turnover, including loss of LB Bowman
Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther says he thought ex-Oakland linebacker NaVorrow Bowman would be on the team for the 2018 campaign
Raiders’ Jon Gruden impressed with how Chargers were built | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Two division rivals with an extensive history — this will be their 118th matchup since 1960 — will meet Sunday at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
Chiefs’ Anthony Hitchens fined for actions in Cleveland win | The Kansas City Star
Linebacker Anthony Hitchens was fined more than $10,000 for slapping the ball out of David Njoku’s hands in the third quarter of the Chiefs’ win against the Browns.
Chiefs can make NFL history with the most coin toss wins to start 2018 - SBNation.com
The Chiefs have a chance to break all the coin toss records.
Los Angeles Chargers: A Look at the Second Half - Bolts From The Blue
After a promising first half, will the Chargers keep it going?
Streaking Chargers leaning on explosive plays - AFC West- ESPN
With big plays on offense, the sturdy Philip Rivers and an athletic defense, the Chargers are one of the AFC's best.
Denver Broncos can’t catch a break, even on their bye - Mile High Report
On 1st & 10 @ 10 on Friday, the "7-and-0 here we go" took a bit of a hit after the Steelers’ showing on Thursday.
Demaryius Thomas to Broncos: 'If you want to be better, you got to listen to your players' - CBSSports.com
Thomas, who was traded last week, has some advice for Denver, where he spent his first 8.5 NFL seasons
NFL News: Steelers don't know what Le'Veon will do | SI.com
Plus, the Jaguars’ plan for Fournette’s return, Patriots sit Gronk, rough going for Giants’ 2018 free-agent class and more
NFL Week 10: 6 games that could shake up the 2018 season - SBNation.com
Division standings, the playoff picture, and pride are on the line in Week 10 of the NFL season.
49ers' Matt Breida has faced adversity beyond injury report in NFL | NBCS Bay Area
Matt Breida has spent plenty of time on the injury report in his NFL career, so he's no stranger to adversity.
Saints' Michael Thomas fined $30,000 for phone celebration
The NFL has fined Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas $30,000 for using a cellphone as a prop and having a mobile device in the bench area.
Seahawks owner planned for sale proceeds to go to foundation - NFL.com
The passing of Seahawks owner Paul Allen a few weeks ago not only took an iconic visionary too soon but also threw the future of his football franchise into flux. But clarity is coming.