Week 13 is in the bag and the Raiders fall 9-40 in Arrowhead. It’s been 7 years since the Silver and Black have won in Arrowhead. Somebody grab a tourniquet and apply pressure. While the AFC West is out of reach, a Wild Card spot is still within reach. Pillage with us as we recap the ups and downs from week 13.
The Silver and Black haul in a victory amidst adversity and revenge in London. The Raiders vs. Bears provided a multitude of story lines to follow in this game. Khalil Mack, the Raiders record in international games, a bevvy of injuries, Carr against elite defenses, so on and so forth. But in Raiders fashion, Jon Gruden and the rest of the men in black found a way to stay in it until the very end in a game that epitomizes the old Al Davis credo: Just Win Baby!
Yet the season still feels so far away. The Pillagers are here to get you through with another Raiders Podcast. There’s plenty to talk about despite a slow off-season. Kenny and Che take to the Crow’s Nest to discuss Jacobs’ pending holdout, Cooper’s comments, stadium delays, and much more.
The Oakland Raiders came out with a victory against their long-time rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the second to last home game of the year, the Silver and Black gave Raider Nation something to be proud of. Shunning critics and silencing all talks of a tank season, the Raiders showed up with a chip on their shoulder and victory on their mind. The Pillaging Podcast was there to document it.
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.
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.