John Doublin – Jan 7, 2013
The Oakland Raiders had a disappointing 2012 season to say the least, and once again, the off season is upon us. Some of this failure was due to coaching, some to injury and some to under-performing players.
David Wilson – Jan 6, 2013
Through a difficult 2012 season, most players and coaches have had up and down performances in different games. Some have had more ups, some have had more downs, but all have made a difference, positive or negative as to how this year turned out.
John Doublin – Jan 3, 2013
The ax has fallen on several Oakland Raiders' coaches, and once general manager Reggie McKenzie and head coach Dennis Allen fill those voids, it will be time to turn their attention to the players.
John Doublin – Jan 5, 2013
Every year, coaches and general managers pour over their respective rosters in an attempt to decide which players should stay with the team, and which should be let go. It's no different for Dennis Allen, Reggie McKenzie and the Oakland Raiders.
John Doublin – Jan 4, 2013
Oakland Raiders' general manager Reggie McKenzie and head coach Dennis Allen decided that former offensive coordinator Greg Knapp had to go. This caused much celebration around Raider Nation. Social media was alive with posts like, "FINALLY" and "Now we can get back to winning."
John Doublin – Jan 2, 2013
As Raider Nation rejoices about the recent firing of Oakland Raiders' offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, the business of finding his replacement has begun for general manager Reggie McKenzie and head coach Dennis Allen.
John Doublin – Jan 1, 2013
The Oakland Raiders finished their 2012 campaign with a 24-21 loss to the rival San Diego Chargers on Sunday. In a lot of ways, that game was a microcosm of the Raiders' season. Look great one minute, then fall apart the next. The running game was virtually non-existent and the offensive play-calling left a lot to be desired—as usual.
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