The Raiders head into a Sunday Night Football showdown that harkens back to a Super Bowl scrimmage once dubbed “Black Sunday.” We breakdown how the Boys in Black match up against the Washington Redskins and more on this week’s Pillaging Podcast.
There was a time they said the Raiders played down to the level of their competition. Before then, there was a time when they dominated no matter what—those times are back. In a game that set the Silver and Black up for simple success, Raider Nation got exactly what it was looking for—a bona fide blowout victory.
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.
This week we’re joined by former Raiders’ offensive lineman and the current sideline reporter for the team, Lincoln Kennedy. Lincoln was kind enough to sit down with us and answer some of our questions as well as some of yours. So tune in and find out what he had to say.
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.
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.
When I graduated from UC Davis in 1981, my girlfriend and future ex-wife, had a job in LA at Oscar Meyer so we moved to Westminster. My father at the time was semi-retired and purchasing a small company in Orange County. I had worked warehouse and trucking jobs over the past few years, so he asked me to help out and verify the inventory, meet with the vendors and manufacturers of the product, among other tasks. Five years later, we were bankrupt, but it was a great run.
As a biased Raider fan the rest of the week in the NFL only matters to me as much as it affects the Raiders in the standings or the general downfall of our most hated rivals. So fellow homers, here is who you should root for week 11 as a Raider fan.
In early August it was believed that the Raiders weakest link would be it’s newly formed defense…