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  • Raiders Corral Broncos, Look To Future
    by Terrance Biggs on October 19, 2021 at 9:22 pm

    Following two straight losses and the resignation of their head coach, the Las Vegas Raiders traveled to Denver with a unique ability to write their own destiny. The game against the Broncos had massive implications on the remainder of the season for both teams. Coincidentally, both the Raiders and Broncos started the season 3-0 before The post Raiders Corral Broncos, Look To Future appeared first on Full Press Coverage.

  • Raiders Opinion: A New Day In The Desert
    by Terrance Biggs on October 14, 2021 at 7:38 pm

    With the news of Jon Gruden’s resignation following the release of crude and offensive emails he had sent to other league officials, the Las Vegas Raiders need to trad water. The Raiders named special teams coach Rich Bisaccia as their interim head coach. Typically, when an interim head coach is named, the season looks all The post Raiders Opinion: A New Day In The Desert appeared first on Full Press Coverage.

  • Raiders Rival: Bridgewater And Shurmur
    by Terrance Biggs on October 13, 2021 at 10:02 am

    After the Gruden resignation, the Las Vegas Raiders must rebound, regroup and progress. With that in mind, they make the annual trip to Colorado to face the Denver Broncos. The Raiders seem to look for answers, while the Broncos thirst for credibility. One team wants to shut the door on the recent past, while the The post Raiders Rival: Bridgewater And Shurmur appeared first on Full Press Coverage.

  • Raiders Opinion: The End Of The Gruden Regime
    by Terrance Biggs on October 12, 2021 at 4:29 am

    Yesterday, Jon Gruden stepped down as the coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. After emails surfaced that included further bigoted language, the die was cast. Jon Gruden leaves Nevada without another championship, playoff appearance, or the respect of anyone leaguewide. That same aggressive bluster that lured fans and wooed ownership became his ultimate undoing. Around The post Raiders Opinion: The End Of The Gruden Regime appeared first on Full Press Coverage.

  • Raiders Fail Versus Chicago, 20-9
    by Terrance Biggs on October 11, 2021 at 4:39 am

    When the Las Vegas Raiders left the field, they lost not only a regular-season game, but a sense of self. After carving out a definitive identity during the second Gruden tenure, the last two weeks opened up more questions than answers. By dropping Sunday’s game to the Bears, 20-9, the Raiders fall to 3-2. More The post Raiders Fail Versus Chicago, 20-9 appeared first on Full Press Coverage.

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  • Raiders’ Abram goes from maverick to dependable
    by Ray Aspuria on October 20, 2021 at 6:12 pm

    There’s only one defender who’s played every single snap for the Las Vegas Raiders through six games. And the player may surprise you based on an injury history that caused him to miss 18 of the 32 games his first two seasons in the league.  But for these 2021 Raiders, safety Johnathan Abram simply doesn’t

  • Quick Slants: ‘Complements’ to the new Raiders’ chef
    by Ray Aspuria on October 19, 2021 at 1:51 am

    It took Rich Bisaccia one game to achieve something from his Las Vegas Raiders his predecessor could only attain fleetingly: Complementary football. And thus, “complements” to the Raiders’ new chef.  Thoroughly motivated by the departure of a head coach that led them in the previous five games, the Raiders played inspired and, more important, loose

  • Raiders kick off Rich Bisaccia era with dominant victory over Broncos
    by Steve Corkran on October 18, 2021 at 3:16 am

    It would have been easy for the Raiders to do a face-plant at Mile High Stadium on Sunday against the Broncos, and few would have blamed them in light of the Jon Gruden saga. Instead, the Raiders rallied around interim head coach Rich Bisaccia and each other and parlayed their head-spinning week into a season-saving

  • Onto the Broncos: Raiders focused on key AFC West matchup Sunday
    by Ray Aspuria on October 16, 2021 at 5:29 pm

    “Head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. Wow. That’s the only thing I’m gonna get choked up about? Holy shit.” Talk about genuine emotion from interim Raiders head honcho Rich Bisaccia.  Those words, that raw emotion, came near the end of the press conference Wednesday, but it’s impact was reverberating. Through the course of his

  • Gruden’s legacy after second Raiders stint nowhere near as impressive as first four-year run
    by Steve Corkran on October 15, 2021 at 3:56 pm

    When Jon Gruden and the Raiders parted ways the first time, after the 2001 season, he left behind a team on the cusp of a Super Bowl. When Gruden resigned Monday in the midst of his latest four-season stint, interim coach Rich Bisaccia inherited a team no better off than when Gruden arrived. Such is

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  • Revisiting Statement Victory By Raiders Under New Head Coach
    by Marcus A. Krause on October 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Fortitude. That’s one of the words that come to mind when looking back at the Raiders’ victory over the Broncos. Fortitude is what it took for Las Vegas to put the Jon Gruden controversy in the rearview mirror. It was … The post Revisiting Statement Victory By Raiders Under New Head Coach appeared first on The Raider Ramble.

  • Winners And Losers From Raiders Win Over Broncos
    by rdreamer007 on October 19, 2021 at 3:00 pm

    It was a great day to be a Las Vegas Raiders fan as the Silver and Black marched into Mile High and came out with a victory, 34-24. The game was not as close as the final score would indicate. … The post Winners And Losers From Raiders Win Over Broncos appeared first on The Raider Ramble.

  • Raiders Passing Game Review Versus Broncos
    by Jason Willis on October 19, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    After a tumultuous week, the Las Vegas Raiders got back in the win column on Sunday. The passing game took center stage in this victory; here’s how they fared. Derek Carr Was Lights Out From the first drive, it was … The post Raiders Passing Game Review Versus Broncos appeared first on The Raider Ramble.

  • Knee Jerk Reactions Following Raiders’ Week 6 Victory
    by Dalton Blackman on October 19, 2021 at 3:10 am

    No Gruden? No problem, as the Las Vegas Raiders left Mile High with a win! Best Defensive Line This Century In 25 years of watching the Raiders, it’s hard to remember a defensive line that won this consistently. They seem to have several guys … The post Knee Jerk Reactions Following Raiders’ Week 6 Victory appeared first on The Raider Ramble.

  • Rich Bisaccia Wins In Raiders Head Coaching Debut
    by Philip Robinson III on October 18, 2021 at 5:13 pm

    Rich Bisaccia entered Sunday’s contest against the Denver Broncos as rookie head coach for the Las Vegas Raiders. Having come into his position through less than desirable circumstances. As a leader of men, he utilized his number one skill, belief … The post Rich Bisaccia Wins In Raiders Head Coaching Debut appeared first on The Raider Ramble.

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