• Raiders inactives for Dolphins game

    Summary of 22 articles · Updated Sep 17, 2012
    • In a snap, Oakland's Jon Condo is back

      SAN DIEGO -- I’m just about to head to Qualcomm Stadium for the Titans-Chargers game, but before I do, here are some quick hits from around the AFC West: Oakland has its snapper back. Jon Condo will long snap for the Raiders at Miami. He left last weekâ
  • Raiders are strapped at CB

    The previous Oakland Raiders’ regime reportedly had planned to move Michael Huff from safety to cornerback. The new Oakland regime may be forced to make the move. One of Oakland’s thinnest position got even thinner Sunday when starter Shawntae Spencer
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    • Moving on: Oakland Raiders

      Here are some areas the Oakland Raiders need to focus on after a 35-13 road loss at the Miami Dolphins on Sunday: Recap: The Raiders were completely outplayed by an underwhelming Miami team Sunday to fall to 0-2. It is the first time the Raiders — who h
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    • Darren McFadden remains confident he can succeed in Raiders scheme

      The Raiders got blown out by the Dolphins on Sunday and one of the biggest reasons why was their total inability to run the ball in the second half. Oakland took a 10-7 lead into the third quarter, but they ran for -1 yard on six carries in the second h…
    • Raiders still trying to find their way

      Raiders still trying to find their way Jack Nicholson, in one of his classic roles, walked into the crowded waiting room of his psychiatrist's office, surveyed the pathetic group of emotional desperados, and asked them, "What if this is as good as …
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    • Raiders game review: Raiders game review Denarius Moore was back and t…

      Raiders game review Denarius Moore was back and the tight ends are becoming a bigger part of the offense, but everything stops with the offensive line and McFadden. Miami had 305 yards in the second half, as the Raiders did wonders for rookie quarterbac…
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    • Raiders shocked by Dolphins, 35-13

      Raiders shocked by Dolphins, 35-13 Which is hard to do after spending a second straight game getting gang-tackled as his offensive linemen were barely even speed bumps in defenders' panthers. McFadden had 222 yards rushing after two games last year, and…
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    • Wrap-up: Dolphins 35, Raiders 13

      Thoughts after the Miami Dolphins' 35-13 victory over Oakland at Sun Life Stadium: What it means: The new regime in Oakland is off to a rocky start. The Raiders are 0-2 and have not looked good. This is not an overly talented Miami team that just thrott…
    • Dolphins dismantle Raiders 35-13 to even record

      The Dolphins needed this. A franchise that has taken more gut punches than Rocky needed to land a couple of shots of its own and today was the time. The Dolphins knocked out the Raiders, 35-13. It really wasn't that close. Miami dominated in every phase…
    • Dolphins and Raiders tied to start second quarter

      The Dolphins offense had a nice opening drive and Ryan Tannehill got his first NFL TD on a 2 yard run. Good. The bad? The Raiders just pieced together a 64-yard screen pass TD in which Reshad Jones was held, Chris Clemons took a bad angle to the ballcar…
    • Raiders aim to pressure Dolphins' rookie

      Raiders aim to pressure Dolphins' rookie There are a lot of whispers here that there could be as many as 20,000 empty seats for the Dolphins' home opener Sunday against the Raiders. The 30-10 loss to the Texans was the Dolphins' most lopsided season-ope…
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  • Dolphins were well-prepped for Raiders

    Dolphins were well-prepped for Raiders The Dolphins obviously saw the result coming ahead of time, given their dominance over the Raiders the last three years (3-0 by a combined 102-44), but they even seem to know when they're going to hit big plays. Re…
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    • Bush, Tannehill help Dolphins drop Raiders

      Reggie Bush ran for 172 yards and two touchdowns Sunday, and the Miami Dolphins won a home opener for the first time since 2005 by beating the Oakland Raiders 35-13.
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    • Dolphins offense explodes in second half for first win of year

      The Dolphins offense was fell asleep for most of the first half, but Reggie Bush found a way to jolt things back to life. Bush scored on runs of 23 and 65 yards about four minutes apart in the third quarter to turn a 10-7 Raiders halftime lead into a 21…
    • Ryan Tannehill gets Dolphins off to a good start

      Quarterback Ryan Tannehill celebrated the Dolphins’ home opener by breaking out of the gate with a strong first drive. Tannehill took the team 80 yards in 12 plays and punctuated it with a two-yard run for the team’s first offensive touchdown of the s

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