John Doublin – Oct 12, 2012
The Oakland Raiders come off their bye week and find themselves having to travel to Atlanta, Georgia to take on currently unbeaten Falcons. This will be a stern test for the Raiders as the Falcons are a team on fire so far in the 2012 NFL Season.
Jerry Rump – Oct 11, 2012
Oakland Raiders' quarterback, Carson Palmer, is on pace through four games this season to pass for more yardage than at any other time in his career. While most of the time this would be great news for a team, it signals a sign of the times for the Raiders.
Justin Smith – Oct 9, 2012
Few teams are in more of a transition period than the Oakland Raiders right now. Combine new owner and leadership for the first time in fifty odd years to a cadre of new players and coaches and you have a team that, despite all the selling points to the contrary, is in full on overhaul mode. That doesn’t sell tickets – but neither does losing.
David Wilson – Oct 10, 2012
On paper the undefeated Falcons are huge favorites for this week six clash. There again so were Pittsburgh in week three when they came to Oakland, but games are won on turf in the National Football League, not on paper as the Steelers found out.
Jon York – Oct 9, 2012
A funny thing, expectations. They don't require quantifiable facts. Irrefutable evidence is not required. Expectations are what opinion believes reality will be.
David Wilson – Oct 8, 2012
It is never too early to look at the draft, even four games into the season. It is even more important to the Raider Nation when their team is struggling, and there are glaring holes on the roster.
Justin Smith – Oct 8, 2012
The Oakland Raiders came into the 2012 season expecting their offense to gel with Carson Palmer having a full offseason and Darren McFadden healthy and ready to roll. New offensive coordinator Greg Knapp implemented the zone running game to set up the new West Coast passing game.
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