AFC West rival Chiefs coming into Oakland
Dec14

AFC West rival Chiefs coming into Oakland

The rivalry between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Oakland Raiders has lasted 107 hard-fought, heated games thus far. Sunday will be the 108th when the Chiefs take the field against the Raiders, who have dropped their last six contests. That last win for the Raiders? A 26-16 road win against the Chiefs on Oct. 28. Head coach Dennis Allen hopes his team can find the same fate on Sunday to get his team back into the win column in front...

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Raiders defense leads team to 26-16 win against Chiefs
Oct28

Raiders defense leads team to 26-16 win against Chiefs

The Raiders defensive line was largely believed to be a strong point of the team heading into the season but has not performed up to expectations for the most part. Richard Seymour and the Raiders front seven were able to dominate the Chiefs offensive line and limit a struggling Chiefs offense. The Raiders defensive line was able to consistently apply pressure on Chiefs quarterbacks and stop Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs rushing...

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Raiders head into Chiefs territory looking for back-to-back wins
Oct26

Raiders head into Chiefs territory looking for back-to-back wins

The Oakland Raiders head into the hostile Arrowhead Stadium to take on AFC West-rivals Kansas City Chiefs looking to climb closer to the division lead with a win. Even with their poor start to the season, the Raiders are just one game out of first place in the division which is currently held by both the Chargers and Broncos. Like last week, the Raiders face a team coming off of their bye week. This, along with facing a divisional foe...

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Raiders general manager McKenzie talks compensatory draft picks and more
Mar26

Raiders general manager McKenzie talks compensatory draft picks and more

Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie spoke to local media over a conference call following the league’s release of compensatory picks for the Raiders for the upcoming NFL Draft. The NFL announced on Monday that the Raiders would receive compensatory picks in the 3rd, 4th and 5th rounds of April’s draft. The Raiders previously only held draft picks in the 5th and 6th round. Oakland’s first pick will now be the 95th overall...

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Raiders must work to shore up secondary
Mar03

Raiders must work to shore up secondary

The Oakland Raiders are now thin at the cornerback position with the departure of number one cornerback Stanford Routt. Routt was released by new Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie on Feb. 9 and has since signed with the Raiders’ divisional rival Kansas City Chiefs. Routt’s departure leaves only the following cornerbacks on the Raiders roster: Chris Johnson, Terrail Lambert, Bryan McCann, Lito Sheppard, Curtis Taylor, Brandon...

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