The Raiders bounced back after a hard week off the field with a convincing win over the Denver Broncos.
The Raiders have bolstered their roster by signing two players who were selected in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft in the last two days.
Interim coach Rich Bisaccia knows the Raiders’ inability to successfully manage the good times has led to two straight collapses during the second half of the season.
Desmond Trufant, a nine-year veteran, is signing with the Raiders to add depth to an injury-riddled position.
DeMaurice Smith said on Tuesday night’s edition of HBO’s “Real Sports” that he was particularly bothered by the number of people of color with a platform who defended Jon Gruden.
For a Raiders team that has struggled to find consistency and production along the offensive line, Sunday’s improved effort against the Broncos was a welcome development.
The interim head coach has already moved on to Sunday’s game against the Eagles less than 24 hours after his first career victory.
Caesars Sportsbook and BetMGM each reported multimillion-dollar losses, and the South Point, Station Casinos and Westgate SuperBook also suffered their worst losing day of the season.
Denver dropped a third straight game Sunday after opening the season with three consecutive victories and now must prepare for a game at Cleveland on Thursday.
Defensive end Maxx Crosby tuned out the noise of one of the craziest weeks in Raiders history to finish with three sacks, six tackles, a tipped pass and one tackle for loss.
An interim head coach, Rich Bisaccia oversaw the Raiders’ 34-24 win against the Broncos on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High.
Running back Kenyan Drake scored twice on just six touches and had his most impactful game with the Raiders in Sunday’s victory over the Denver Broncos.
Raiders owner Mark Davis made clear to the Review-Journal where he stood on the insensitive emails from Jon Gruden that led the head coach to resign.