Countdown to Paydirt: Oakland Raiders vs. Miami Dolphins

The Oakland Raiders (7-4) are entering December in first-place, but embark on a critical stretch of back-to-back road games, which begins with the Miami Dolphins (3-8) on Sunday. “Seize the opportunity,” says defensive tackle Richard Seymour. “You’d rather play in games like this where every play is meaningful. It’s so much more fun for everybody.” “Everyone realizes the opportunity that we have,” Seymour stated this week....

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Aaron Curry: “My purpose may have been to be a Raider”

Former Seattle Seahawk Aaron Curry has only been with the Oakland Raiders for little more than a month and he’s already been a force on defense at WLB with 18 solo tackles and came up huge in last Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears when he disrupted and tipped a Chad Hanie screen pass to his teammate Kamerion Wimbley who in turn ran the ball back for 73-yards before getting tackled at the 12-yard line. “It was...

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RAIDERS MOURN PASSING OF CHESTER McGLOCKTON

November 30, 2011 Staff Writer, SBReport, Raiderfans.net The Oakland Raiders have issued an official statement regarding the untimely passing of Raider great Chester McGlockton: The Raider family is deeply saddened by the passing of Chester McGlockton. “The thoughts and prayers of the Raider Nation are with the McGlockton family during this difficult time,” said Raiders Chief Executive Amy Trask. McGlockton was the 16th overall pick...

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A year later… Raiders vs. Dolphins: Playoffs for Oakland not just a wish

Last year, the Oakland Raiders hosted the Miami Dolphins; with both clubs at 5-5 and needing many things to happen before they could even start sniffing post-season football. This year, Miami has struggled and Tony Sparano’s job appears to be at risk. Oakland is sitting pretty atop the AFC West and in control of their own destiny. The Raiders lost to the Dolphins in 2010, a week after getting pounded in Pittsburgh. That sort of...

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Janikowski, Raiders defeat Bears 25-20

The Oakland Raiders were able to remain atop the AFC West by defeating the Chicago Bears 25-20 at O.Co Coliseum on Sunday. With the Denver Broncos victory over the San Diego Chargers, the Broncos are still just one game behind the Raiders. Due to the many injuries the Raiders suffered on offense, Oakland head coach Hue Jackson turned to his kicker, Sebastian Janikowski, to lead the Raiders to the victory. Janikowski finished with a...

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