3:08 AM EDT, Fri October 20, 2017
East Bay Times 54 mins ago
Raiders’ Michael Crabtree is the talk of the locker room

Raiders’ Michael Crabtree is the talk of the locker room

Raiders' wide receiver Michael Crabtree likes to let his play do the talking. He relented for the first time since training camp and discussed his game-winning score and a 31-30 win over the Chiefs Thursday night.
East Bay Times 1 hour ago
Kurtenbach: Derek Carr played the role of hero again, saving the Raiders’ season

Kurtenbach: Derek Carr played the role of hero again, saving the Raiders’ season

Carr sprinkled his late-game magic in a must-win game, keeping the Raiders' postseason hopes alive.
Kansas City Star 1 hour ago

Ask Terez: Dissecting the pass defense and officiating in Chiefs’ loss to Raiders

Following the KC Chiefs’ 31-30 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, beat writer Terez A. Paylor answered Twitter questions about the Chiefs’ porous pass defense, the uneven (?) officiating …

Raiders’ game grades in win over Chiefs

Offense Was this really the same offense? The Raiders amassed nearly as many total yards Thursday night (505) as they did in their previous two games combined (519). Derek Carr took some chances downfield, and Amari Cooper finally looked like a speedy, dynamic wide receiver. Defense The Raiders gave up gobs of yardage, again (425 in all). Most of the game, they couldn’t cover Tyreek Hill or slow Kareem Hunt. But when it mattered most in the fourth quarter — when they faltered Sunday against the...
East Bay Times 2 hours ago
Marcus Peters on Marshawn Lynch intervention: Family comes first

Marcus Peters on Marshawn Lynch intervention: Family comes first

Marcus Peters doesn’t think his hit on Derek Carr was dirty. And he wasn’t surprised that Marshawn Lynch left the sidelines to come to his aid. “They can say what they want but one thing’s for certain: Family do come first,” Peters said. During the second quarter of the Raiders-Chiefs game Thursday night, Lynch was ejected from the […]