London game announced: Raiders to host Miami Dolphins
Oct24

London game announced: Raiders to host Miami Dolphins

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced the three NFL matchups taking place in London next year, and the Raiders will take on the Miami Dolphins when they host one of their home games at Wembley Stadium in London next year. The game will be one of three NFL regular-season games in London next year and will be the first time that the Raiders have played a regular-season game across the pond. This will be the second time the Miami...

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Raiders struggles against Miami continue
Sep16

Raiders struggles against Miami continue

The Oakland Raiders struggles against the Dolphins continued as they fell to Miami 35-13 in South Beach on Sunday. Oakland hadn’t defeated Miami since 2007 and will have to wait until next time to get revenge. The Dolphins picked on cornerback Pat Lee throughout the game who was in the game in place of Ron Bartell, who is out for at least six weeks with a broken shoulder blade. Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill continuously...

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Raiders head to Miami looking for first win
Sep14

Raiders head to Miami looking for first win

The Raiders travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins on Sunday with both teams looking for their first win of the 2012 regular season. Oakland is coming off a Monday night game in which special team miscues contributed to a 22-14 loss against AFC West rivals San Diego Chargers, while the Dolphins are coming off their 30-10 loss to the Houston Texans. The good news for the Raiders is that they have seen a similar offense to theirs...

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Todd Bowles, the first name that surfaces for Raiders coaching opening

The first name has surfaced from Reggie McKenzie’s list of potential candidates to lead the Oakland Raiders… Todd Bowles, who was the interim coach for the Miami Dolphins and led them to a 2-1 record after Tony Sparano’s firing, will reportedly get a chance to interview for the Silver & Black’s opening. Bowles has been a secondary coach his entire career and not likely in Miami’s plans for the future unless they cannot land one of...

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Raiders stumble in Miami, lose 34-14

The Oakland Raiders are now tied with the Denver Broncos atop the AFC West after a devastating loss against the Miami Dolphins in South Florida on Sunday.  Following their appearance on “Jim Rome is Burning” and the arrest of middle linebacker Rolando McClain earlier this week, the Raiders came out flat and never got their offense going, nor could they stop Miami’s running backs. Dolphins running back Reggie Bush tore up the...

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