Gruden’s Raiders discombobulated, undisciplined and humiliated in KC
Jon Gruden claimed last week that he was not a genius. That he was not Thomas Edison. We understand that. But is he a good football coach? Is he good at preparing his team? The Raiders went to their personal house of horrors, Arrowhead Stadium, and looked defeated before the game ever really got under way. They ended up losing in humiliating fashion, 40-9. The Raiders are extremely proficient at losing at Arrowhead. Sunday, they were already losing the perception battle before they even took the field.That’s because the New York Jets - who dominated the Raiders 34-3 a week before - were humiliated by the previously winless Bengals in an early game.
After Raiders players went to the Black Hole to honor Oakland fans following what might be the final home game at the Coliseum, a number of fans tried to
The Raiders will play their final home game in Oakland . They finish this season with two road games and then they’ll move to Las Vegas for the The Raiders moved into the Oakland -Alameda County Coliseum on Sept. 18. 1966, after spending their first few seasons bouncing around a few stadiums.
The Oakland Raiders hoped to remain very much alive in the AFC playoff race with a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
It did not happen. After dominating throughout the entire game, Oakland allowed Jacksonville to come back for a shocking win. This pretty much ends any hope that the Raiders will be playing postseason football.
Do you believe in— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) ? |
It’s also not the only story from Northern California. Rather, Sunday’s game represented thebefore they move to Las Vegas next season.
Titans win 4th straight, 42-21 over Raiders
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Tannehill threw for 391 yards and three touchdowns, Derrick Henry ran for two scores and the Tennessee Titans won their fourth straight game by beating the Oakland Raiders 42-21 on Sunday. The Titans (8-5) bounced back from a deflected interception on the opening drive to score TDs on five of their next seven possessions to improve to 6-1 with Tannehill as the starting quarterback. The win moved them into a tie for first place in the AFC South with Houston, with the teams set to meet twice in the final three weeks.
Raiders fans will make their way to the Coliseum for the final time Sunday, when Oakland hosts an inconsequential game against the Jacksonville The Jaguars — who are on a five- game losing streak — will play the part of " Final Home Game Ruiner" as the Raiders look to make their Oakland finale
The Raiders hope to win at their last home game in Oakland against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Vegas Nation Red Zone co-hosts Heidi Fang and Ed Graney On Friday, Raiders running back Josh Jacobs and offensive tackle Trent Brown were listed as questionable for the teams' final home game at the
The scene was somber as the game wrapped up. In fact, Raiders fans booed their team off the field.
Hail Mary broken up. Game over. Fans boo and throw things on the field. Brutal finish.— Vic Tafur (@VicTafur)
With the Raiders, having been in Oakland for the past quarter-century after a brief relocation to Los Angeles, this had to be hard for fans in Northern California.
We’ve known for years that the 2019 campaign would be the Raiders’ final one in Oakland. This doesn’t make it any easier.
Here are some images from the scene at Oakland Coliseum.
This picture perfectly sums up the Raiders' last game in Oakland— SB Nation (@SBNation)
Refs stop Raiders game to tell opposing fans to stop pointing lasers onto the field
As the Raiders prepare to leave Oakland again, Mark Davis reminisces
On Sunday, the Raiders will play their last game ever in Oakland, for the second time. They left in 1981, returned in 1995, and they’ll now leave again. This time for Las Vegas. “The Raiders and Oakland grew up together,” Raiders owner Mark Davis told Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area on Friday. “We [more]They left in 1981, returned in 1995, and they’ll now leave again. This time for Las Vegas.— Duka Loncic (@viral_nba)
AL Davis brings the Raiders home to Oakland after 13 years in L.A
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From rotten to rabid, we rank all 32 NFL fan bases
32. Arizona Cardinals
31. Miami Dolphins
30. Atlanta Falcons
29. Los Angeles Rams
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
27. Houston Texans
26. Indianapolis Colts
25. Carolina Panthers
24. Los Angeles Chargers
23. Detroit Lions
22. Cincinnati Bengals
21. Tennessee Titans
20. Buffalo Bills
19. San Francisco 49ers
18. Jacksonville Jaguars
17. Washington Redskins
16. Denver Broncos
15. Minnesota Vikings
14. New England Patriots
13. Seattle Seahawks
12. Baltimore Ravens
11. New York Giants
10. Oakland Raiders
9. Chicago Bears
8. New York Jets
7. Philadelphia Eagles
6. Pittsburgh Steelers
5. Dallas Cowboys
4. Kansas City Chiefs
3. Cleveland Browns
2. Green Bay Packers
1. New Orleans Saints
VIDEO: New Raiders Las Vegas Stadium Looks Like Something Straight Out of Star Wars .
The Raiders franchise's tenure in Oakland reached its regular-season conclusion in Week 15 in the form of a heartbreaking loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. With the Raiders saying farewell to the "Black Hole," the team will now be welcoming a wholly different definition of that phenomenon in Las Vegas. On Tuesday, a video was obtained showing the exterior of the brand new Allegiant Stadium, and it looks straight out of Star Wars. The Raiders' Las Vegas stadium looks extremely futuristic. The @Raiders new arena looking like the Death Star ?(via @mickakers) pic.twitter.