The Oakland Raiders faced off against their division rivals the Kansas City Chiefs in a kill or be killed do or die match up on prime time television. Headed into a must win situation the Raiders come into Thursday night with their backs against the wall. Subsequently, Oakland answered the call in a game that will go down in the history books. This was one for the ages. This one was a classic.
The Carr is out of the shop and ready for action once again. Join us on this week’s episode as we look at the good and bad from week 5. We’ll take a close look at what Oakland can do going forward to get back in the win column. In addition, Chase returns this week to show us what the Silver and Black did differently against the Ravens and what they need to do this Sunday.
Well Here we go again folks: another Oakland Raiders NFL season. As I write this, the afternoon games are kicking off and half the league has already completed their games. Fans from all over are making sweeping predictions, lamenting injuries, and scanning their teams’ schedule to find out who’s next. But most importantly, at this moment, the team adorned in Silver and Black are tuned in to Jack Del “Riverboat Gambler” Rio’s locker room victory speech.
Nothing hurt worse than seeing our 25-year-old franchise quarterback suffer a broken fibula on Christmas Eve, in a Week 16 win over the Colts. Should Carr have been passing, with a 33-14 lead and only 11 minutes left in the game? Mark Davis didn’t seem to think so.
In a surprising move, the Oakland Raiders have decided NOT to renew Bill Musgrave’s contract. The orchestrator of Oakland’s best offense in nearly a decade and half is now a free agent. Because of his time aboard the pirate ship, he will likely get an offer to be a head coach elsewhere. Fine Bill, don’t sink on your way back to shore.
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…
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.
Derek Carr is easily A better human being, than he is a QB, and we all know, he’s a damn good Signal Caller.
With nearly each and every game this season, the 3rd year Quarterback for the Oakland Raiders has made his case as the league’s MVP. In what would be a nail biter game featuring the Carr-diac kids, #4 put a stamp on his MVP legitimacy.