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Mock Free Agency: Raiders Edition


With free agency set to start in under 24 hours, there is lots of buzz around the Raiders…and most of it, quite frankly, hasn’t been positive. Talks with LT Jared Veldheer, DE Lamaar Houston, and FS Charles Woodson have all hit snags in one way or another, and it seem all three could be set to hit free agency. This ... Read More »

Oakland Raiders Radio: Ray Guy, Free Agency, New Coaches, and What the Raiders Can Learn from the Seattle Seahawks


On this episode of Oakland Raiders radio, BSR is joined by our Raiders sideline photographer and writer, Blitz Chick. Blitz Chick is a die-hard Raider fan and has been featured on ESPN The Magazine’s 2013 cover story on the Raider Nation. Her and BSR co-founders / Raiders writers, Jeremy Ghassemi and Jorge Contreras, discuss on this episode: Ray Guy and his induction ... Read More »

A New Era: Why the Oakland Raiders Should Appear On Hard Knocks

Reggie Mckenzie

Many in the Raider Nation have expressed dismay and outrage that the NFL could force the Oakland Raiders to appear on the hit HBO series, Hard Knocks. The show would give viewers unprecedented access to coaches and players throughout the Raiders’ off-season. Old school Raiders fans probably don’t want to have cameras in the Raiders locker room because they know that ... Read More »

Goodbye DMC: Is Darren McFadden a Bust?


Who would have forecasted that Darren McFadden’s exit from Oakland would be met with yawns? At the height of McFadden’s NFL career, he was the face of the downtrodden Oakland Raiders franchise. Not only was McFadden loved by the Raider Nation, but he was arguably a top three talent at running back. Unfortunately, injuries have ruined McFadden’s lofty potential and it looks like ... Read More »

The Rebirth of the Oakland Raiders


What an awful day to be an Oakland Raiders fan, not only were we forced to watch Tom Brady and the New England Patriots play the hated Denver Broncos on the 12th anniversary of the infamous tuck rule, but we also had to watch the cross bay rival San Francisco 49ers duke it out against our former divisional foe the ... Read More »

Oak”LA”nd Raiders Super Reunion

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On Sunday, December 29, a group of men took the field at O.co stadium.  They weren’t there to play football.  They were there to recognize an achievement reached roughly 30 years ago, a 38-9 victory in Super Bowl XVIII, when the LA Raiders took it to the Washington Redskins, 38-9. When I say group, I don’t mean just the players. ... Read More »

Oakland Raiders: Did Anyone Expect a Win?


I watched my beloved Oakland Raiders fall 34-14 to the dreaded (dare I say hated?) Denver Broncos, in not just their last home game, but the last  game of the season. I wish we competed more, and had played better, but I really did not expect a win.  Why?  The Broncos were 12-3 going into the game.  We had 4 ... Read More »

Raiders Turning to Pryor in Season Finale


After a controversial loss in San Diego, Oakland (4-11) returns home for its final game of 2013 against the Denver Broncos. Denver will be playing hard, as a win would guarantee home-field advantage in the playoffs and a much-needed bye for an injury-depleted roster. Oakland, meanwhile, will be completing a much-needed roster evaluation by going full-circle and starting Terrelle Pryor ... Read More »

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