• Gonzalez won’t have Raiders to kick around after Sunday

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Oct 11, 2012
    • Raiders hit the road, hope to hit back this time

      The Raiders are one day away from boarding a plane for Atlanta in advance of their game against the Falcons on Sunday. This time, they are hopeful of faring better than they did the first two times they left the friendly confines of the Oakland Coliseum…
    • Raiders want to run the football more

      Running back Darren McFadden has been healthy through the first four games of the Raiders season, but their rushing attack has not been as robust as hoped. The team is dead last in the NFL with 60.8 rushing yards per game and getting better was a point …
    • Raiders will stick to running plan

      Raiders will stick to running plan The Raiders are last in the NFL at 60.8 rushing yards per game. Quarterback Carson Palmer agrees that the 1-3 Raiders need to keep giving running back Darren McFadden the ball. The Raiders have averaged 2.3, 1.6, 5.7 a…
      Source: sfgate.com
    • Raiders look for a running start

      Raiders look for a running start The Raiders are last in the NFL at 60.8 rushing yards per game. Quarterback Carson Palmer agrees, that the 1-3 Raiders need to keep giving running back Darren McFadden the ball. The Raiders have averaged 2.3, 1.6, 5.7 an…
      Source: sfgate.com
    • Status quo for Raiders as Falcons game nears

      Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen and his staff have had 10 days to evaluate the 53-man roster and take steps to make any necessary tweaks before Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. As of now, McKenzie and Allen appea
    • Raiders looking for improvement

      Raiders looking for improvement The Raiders didn't work out any new players last week, and coach Dennis Allen said fans shouldn't expect any wholesale changes when they tune in to watch the game at Atlanta on Sunday. The Raiders have zero rushing touchd…
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  • Raiders trot the globe

    The 2012 Oakland Raiders are mighty travelers. They will continue logging miles Sunday when they go to Atlanta. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Raiders, 1-3, will travel 28,692 miles this season, the most in the NFL. Seattle is second wit…
    Source: ESPN.com

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