On this week’s episode of the Pillaging Podcast we talk about the “Carr-less” performance against Denver and look forward to what’s next for this team moving forward.
To many, the Raiders are no longer a Super Bowl contender due Derek Carr’s devastating injury and McGloin’s sudden promotion to starting QB. For that reason, the most important thing to root for as a Raider fan this week is…
If ever there was a good time to break out the Vegas Raider/JFB tale of the power of Killian’s Irish Red Ale during Donkey Beat-down in Denver Week, this seems to be it. I present what I believe to be the 6th annual edition (72% chance that is correct) of the Vegas Raider/JFB wise tale:
Throughout the regular season the Raiders have demonstrated a moxie which has embraced the “Will to Win.” Week in and week out this team has found ways to win as Mack and the team chant their mantra: BY ANY MEANS. This has proven time and time again to be the belief in the locker room.
Joy to the world fellow Pillagers!
In the final installment of TRF’s Playoff Pontificator we will go through each of Oakland’s AFC Seeding scenarios. This way, you can pick your favorite outcome and root for it to come to fruition this Sunday afternoon.
On this week’s episode of the Pillaging Podcast we talk about the devastating injury to Derek Carr, the playoffs, and more. As usual we breakdown the game against the Colts and look forward to facing our final match up of the regular season.
Finally, we all were watching what we have been asking for: for this year’s Raider team to look as good as they have all year.
Last week the two most important games played went in the Raiders’ direction. The Raiders of course took care of business in San Diego, and the Titans managed to take down Kansas City with a game winning field goal that put Oakland back on top of the AFC West. Fewer games this week will impact the Raiders place in the big picture; we’ll still find reasons to root.
We finish the year facing a Colt and a Donkey. Let’s look a bit further at the former and the keys to getting our 12th win of the season.
During the off season, the Raiders established a goal to win what many considered to be the strongest division in the National Football League; the AFC West. The task was lofty; to some it seemed unlikely. Kansas City has been a perennial threat and Denver was fresh off their championship season.