A banged-up Golden Knights side managed just one goal off 43 shots in falling to the Blues on Wednesday night.
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An interim head coach, Rich Bisaccia oversaw the Raiders’ 34-24 win against the Broncos on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High.
They have been down this road before — Greg Olson calling plays for Derek Carr — in 2014 with the Raiders.
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since head coach Jon Gruden resigned. “I love the man, but you hate the sin,” Carr said.
In searching for a head coach to replace the now-resigned Jon Gruden, the Raiders need to seek out a new-age leader.
William Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault and Reilly Smith have teamed as a line for the Golden Knights since the magical expansion season of 2017-18.
Raiders players insisted Sunday that Jon Gruden’s controversy had nothing to do with their embarrassing performance against the Chicago Bears. But what else would you expect them to say?
How the Raiders fared in trading a generational talent like linebacker Khalil Mack to Chicago before the 2018 season still isn’t totally known.
Raiders coach Jon Gruden has some serious mending to do. Players might talk one way and act another. Cohesion could be splintered. Never a good thing for a team game.
Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa’s comments on Derek Carr didn’t take into account the most glaring Raiders weakness.
The final score from SoFi Stadium — a 28-14 win by the Chargers — doesn’t do the Raiders’ first-half ineptitude justice.