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The Black Hole will not be blacked out on local television. After getting an extension from the league to sell enough non-premium tickets to avoid a blackout of the Raiders’ game against the Buccaneers, the Raiders have done just that. The team announce
Raiders-Bucs will be on local TVUpdated Nov 2, 2012 Share TweetThe Raiders announced Friday their game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be televised locally. It was the second straight time the Raiders requested a one-day extension to sell more tickets. A 26-23 overtime win over the Jacksonville Jaguars drew 5…Source: insidebayarea.com
More power blocking is helping Raiders runUpdated Nov 2, 2012 Share TweetMore power blocking is helping Raiders run The result was impressive Sunday, when the Raiders had 95 yards on 20 carries in the fourth quarter against Kansas City, in what they hope was the start of something big rather than just trotting over the Chief…Source: sfgate.com
Starters and benchwarmers, Nov. 2Updated Nov 2, 2012 Share TweetStarters and benchwarmers, Nov. 2 Barring a setback in practice, look for more positive returns against the so-so New York defense, even if Isaac Redman returns in a change-of-pace role. With 332 yards and two TDs over the past four games, Williams has …Source: sfgate.com
'Playbook': Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Oakland RaidersNov 2The "Playbook" crew explains why both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders offenses will move the ball with ease in Week 9.
Peter King: Luck, Tannehill headline battle of surprise playoff contendersNov 2Two games match teams with winning records on the NFL's 14-game schedule this weekend. The marquee one is Steelers-Giants, a special game because it happens once every four years, and because of the first-round-quarterback matchup of Ben Roethlisberger …
Breaking down the contrary views of Michael VickNov 2Unknowable. Infuriating. Impossible to pigeonhole. Is there any way to define the legacy of the Eagles $100 million quarterback?