The Pillaging Podcast: Just Win Baby! (w/ Jason Cole and Angria Trask)

Recorded on Location…

At the House of Thrills in the Oakland Coliseum parking lot. The Pillaging Podcast crew took your favorite Raiders Podcast straight to the heart of Raider Nation. Facing an 0-4 start to the season, the boys in Silver and Black stared down adversity and delivered a game for the ages.

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Stac’s Rant Vol. 2: More Than Meets the Eye

Why Derek Carr Has Been (even) Better Than You Think He Has:

I know fans (and the media) are usually either praising or looking to replace the quarterback. So, before we all decide the Raiders need to Draft a QB to develop, let’s see how Derek Carr’s 1st four seasons compare to ALL the other NFL starting QB’s first four seasons.

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The Pillaging Podcast: First Half Champs (w/ Jon Kingdon)

A Tale of One Half…

Once again the Oakland Raiders fail to put together four complete quarters of football. The Pillaging Podcast is here to pick up the pieces and finish what they started.

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The Pillaging Podcast: Play 60

Pillaging Just for Fun…

It’s what we do and it’s what we did this weekend. Kenny and Cain journeyed to Denver Colorado for the hottest game in Denver Bronco history. The Raiders squared off in their first AFC West match-up of the season. In a game where the Raiders led for 59 minutes and 51 seconds, we’re reminded that you have to play 60 minutes of football if you truly expect to win in the NFL.

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Week One: A Closer Look

Chase On Tape: Season 02 Vol. 01

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Jon Gruden’s first game back as head coach of the Oakland Raiders fell on Monday Night Football. Raider Nation witnessed a let-down as Oakland fell to the Rams 33-13. Oakland’s performance left us with much to digest, so lets dive in and take a look.

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The Pillaging Podcast: Dude, Where’s My Carr? (w/ Scott Bair)

It Was a Tale of Two Halves…

One for the Raiders, and one for them. Kenny predicted this loss months ago but it doesn’t make it any easier to digest. The Raiders got a taste of what it’s like to go up against a playoff caliber team and what they learned about themselves, and their quarterback, wasn’t pretty.

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The Most Explosive Plays from the Oakland Raiders 2017 Season: Vol. IV

This week in our series…

Of breaking down every explosive play from Oakland’s 2017 offense, we look at plays 16-20. Remember, our definition of an explosive play will be any play which gained 25 yards or more. Let’s take a look at our fourth installment.

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The Most Explosive Plays from the Oakland Raiders 2017 Season: Vol. III

This week…

We rejoin our series for a third installment. Once again we will be breaking down the most explosive plays from the Oakland Raiders 2017 season. For the sake of our discussion, we classify an explosive play as any play that goes for 25 yards or more. Let’s pick up where we left off with the Timeless Victory against the Chiefs on Thursday Night Football.

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The Most Explosive Plays from the Oakland Raiders 2017 Season: Vol. II

This Week…

We break down 5 more of the 2017 Raiders’ most explosive plays. Remember, for the purposes of this series we will define an explosive play as any play that gains at least 25 yards. Let’s take a look.

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The Lombardi Recipe

A Recipe for Success…

Every year the world watches as another team is crowned a Super Bowl champion. Fans dream of how their team may someday hoist the Lombardi trophy. Will it be via a dominating defense and relentless rushing attack? Or by way of a franchise quarterback surrounded by an arsenal of offensive weapons? Let’s look back over the last 10 years to see how each team built their roster to eventually become the last team standing.

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