Headlines from Monday night should have focused on money raised for Darren Waller’s foundation and not some of his teammates failing to wear masks.
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Las Vegas next hosts Buffalo at Allegiant Stadium, where it will try to bounce back from a 36-20 loss to the Patriots.
This was a concern of NFL teams, that after a pandemic shut down pro football, the game would eventually pay for it in the operating room.
If stoking an internal flame based on the opinions of others has the Raiders quarterback off to such a hot start, he shouldn’t toss water on such incentive.
Monday Night Football might have been about introducing the wonder of Allegiant Stadium, but the Las Vegas Raiders weren’t blinded by the celebration.
How the team performed in the win against the Saints.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and tight end Jason Witten each served as broadcasters for these national telecasts, one more than the other.
The former player and coach, who spent 21 years on the team’s broadcast crew, will join Brent Musburger and Lincoln Kennedy at Allegiant Stadium.
Monday Night Football turns 50 as the Raiders welcome New Orleans to Allegiant Stadium, where pressuring Drew Brees will be a central goal for Las Vegas.
The Golden Knights are back home not for a lack of coaching but because those on the ice who are paid handsomely to produce didn’t in the Western Conference Final.
The Raiders opened what has already proven a bizarre 2020 season by traveling east and taking down Carolina 34-30 at an empty Bank of America Stadium.
When the Raiders open their season Sunday against the Panthers, the two players who grew up 15 miles apart will each start at wide receiver spots.
Gruden has traveled different paths when building a roster since returning as head coach in 2018, and will start three rookies at Carolina on Sunday.