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Raiders News

Silver And Black Pride: Raiders would be wise to shut down Josh Jacobs

Yes I’m putting an article from our site here. Why? I was raised in East Oakland, five minutes from the Coliseum. I bleed Oakland, and I don’t care about Oakland getting a good send off at the risk of making the FRANCHISE running back’s shoulder injury worse.

Las Vegas Review Journal: Raiders’ DeAndre Washington to honor slain sister with cleats for cause

Here’s some background on the story of why Washington wore cleats honoring his sister against the Titans.

Brentson Buckner: We Never Asked Clelin Ferrell To Replace Mack

Did you know Buckner went to Clemson too? The Clemson Raiders might really be a thing.

AFC West News

Arrowhead Pride: Chiefs’ Frank Clark to visit specialist for lingering illness

Apparently he lost 12 pounds leading up to the game against the Patriots.

Mile High Report: Broncos at Chiefs preview: Will Lock momentum bust the losing streak against KC?

Honestly, the world is a better place when the Broncos are losing.

Star Tribune: Veteran Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers a cause for concern for Vikings

While the Chargers haven’t had any losses by more than seven points, they’ll probably figure out a way to lose. They always do.

NFL News

Bleacher Report: NFL Isn’t Giving Benefit of Doubt to the Pats

It really comes down to whether or not you believe this is the laziest attempt to cheat or the Patriots are actually telling the truth.

ESPN: Source: Vikings WR Adam Thielen likely to return from hamstring injury Sunday

An underrated storyline going into the final three weeks of the regular season is the race for the NFC’s 6th seed between the Vikings and the Rams.

Music City Miracles: Diving Into Another Historically Efficient Day for the Titans Offense

The Raiders are going to be a big reason why Ryan Tannehill is going to be able to take care of his great-grandchildren one day.