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Silver And Black Pride Nov 10, 2019
Stock watch: Three players whose stock is rising after Week 10

Stock watch: Three players whose stock is rising after Week 10

Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/ Clelin Ferrell After heavy criticism for lack of production, Clelin Ferrell silenced his skeptics with an 8 tackle, 2.5 sack performance in primetime. Ferrell had shown some signs of life in recent weeks and finally put it all together. With the loss of Arden Key for the season, Ferrell will be expected to pull some extra weight in the pass rush department. Erik Harris How can you not love the story of Erik Harris’s road to where he is today. Division 2 walk-on, potato chip factory worker, former CFL player. It’s an inspiration to us all to never give up...
Just Blog Baby Nov 9, 2019

Erik Harris proving to be a leader for the Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders played host to the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night football, with both teams looking for their fifth win of the season. Oakland and Los Angeles won the week prior and winning again in week 10 would intensify each team’s playoff implications. The Oakland Raiders entered Thursday’s game with a 4-4 record […] Erik Harris proving to be a leader for the Oakland Raiders - Just Blog Baby - Just Blog Baby - An Oakland Raiders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Turning point play of week 10: Josh Jacobs breaks away for 18-yard game winner

Turning point play of week 10: Josh Jacobs breaks away for 18-yard game winner

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports It was an old-fashioned AFC West battle on Thursday night between the Raiders and Chargers in what was the final primetime game at the Coliseum. There were many stars in the game, including Derek Carr, Clelin Ferrell and Erik Harris, but the Week 10 turning point play of the week goes to running back Josh Jacobs. Trailing 24-20 with 3:57 remaining, Derek Carr and the offense took the field needing to go 75 yards for a touchdown to take the lead. Carr completed five passes for 53 yards and Josh Jacobs finished the drive with an 18-yard pay dirt scamper. On the...
The Friday morning reflection

The Friday morning reflection

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports I’m not going to lie, as a Raider fan living on the east coast, primetime games are not my favorite. By the time the game ended and the nerves and anxiety had subsided, it was after midnight before I finally got to sleep. When my alarm went off this morning at 5:30 am, the first thought that went through my mind was, “What was I thinking staying up for that game?” But then the images of Clelin Ferrell sacking Phillip Rivers, Erik Harris’s pick six, and of course Josh Jacobs busting through the line for the game-winning touchdown immediately popped...
The Mercury News Nov 8, 2019
Fortified pass rush leads to big night for Raiders’ safeties

Fortified pass rush leads to big night for Raiders’ safeties

Erik Harris and Karl Joesph recorded multiple interceptions off Chargers' quarterback Philip Rivers.
Sensations, frustrations and declarations of Week 10

Sensations, frustrations and declarations of Week 10

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Another week, another nail-biting win. But who led the charge and who almost let the Chargers steal a win? In their final AFC West showdown at the Coliseum, the Raiders made it count against the Chargers on Thursday Night Football with a narrow 26-24 victory. It was easily the best performance of the season for the defense, and the Raiders mustered just enough offense when it mattered most to grab the victory. Who excelled, who underwhelmed and what’s next? Here are this week’s Sensations, Frustrations and Declarations: Sensations: Erik Harris Harris played...
Game Recap: Defense steps up in 26-24 win against the Chargers

Game Recap: Defense steps up in 26-24 win against the Chargers

Photo by Ezra Shaw/ In a bizarre turn of events, the Raiders defense was the best unit on the field tonight. Oakland relied on turnovers created by the secondary and a pass rush that suddenly came to life and forced Los Angeles QB Philip Rivers into bad decisions and forced throws all night. The Chargers got the ball first on offense and drove it 48 yards into Oakland territory. The referees were heavily involved in this one, nullifying a Karl Joseph interception on the drive. That didn’t stop the Raiders from getting a turnover, however, as the drive ended with an Erik Harris...
The Mercury News Nov 8, 2019
Photos: Top 10 moments in Raiders’ 26-24 win over the Chargers

Photos: Top 10 moments in Raiders’ 26-24 win over the Chargers

Click here if you are having trouble viewing the gallery and video on your mobile device. The Oakland Raiders marked the final prime time game at the Coliseum with a victory over their rival Los Angeles Chargers. The defense set the tone early in the matchup with safety Erik Harris intercepting Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers […]
ClutchPoints Nov 7, 2019
Raiders’ Erik Harris records a pick-six on Philip Rivers

Raiders’ Erik Harris records a pick-six on Philip Rivers

One interception isn’t enough for Oakland Raiders safety Erik Harris. A drive after reeling in his first pick of Thursday on Chargers’ Philip Rivers, Harris got another one. The difference between the two? Harris took it to the house on the second one. Watch below. Rivers forces a pass towards Harris’ direction, and ultimately, he […] The post Raiders’ Erik Harris records a pick-six on Philip Rivers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Nov 7, 2019
Raiders’ Erik Harris gets first of two INTs on Chargers’ Philip Rivers

Raiders’ Erik Harris gets first of two INTs on Chargers’ Philip Rivers

On the Los Angeles Chargers’ first drive on Thursday night, Philip Rivers got lucky twice: Two Oakland Raiders near-interceptions were barely avoided. However, on their third attempt at reeling in an interception, they did just that, courtesy of Erik Harris. The Raiders’ safety hauled in a Rivers pass intended for wide receiver Keenan Allen. Watch […] The post Raiders’ Erik Harris gets first of two INTs on Chargers’ Philip Rivers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Silver And Black Pride Oct 12, 2019
Silver Mining 10/12: Darren Waller and Foster Moreau turning into NFL’s best TE duo

Silver Mining 10/12: Darren Waller and Foster Moreau turning into NFL’s best TE duo

Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Raiders News TEs Darren Waller and Foster Moreau developing into best duo in NFLRookie TE Foster Moreau dominates once again for Raider 1 realistic trade the Raiders should make before the trade deadline1 realistic trade the Raiders should make before the trade deadline Raiders’ Erik Harris Takes Jab at NFL Over Schedule | Heavy.comErik Harris wasn't shy about calling out the NFL over how the Oakland Raiders' schedule. NFL moves Raiders-Texans to late afternoon in Week Eight – ProFootballTalkThe NFL announced a couple of changes to the...

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