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Raiders Defense Dominated Again in 38-17 Loss to Saints

Raiders Defense Dominated Again in 38-17 Loss to Saints

The Raiders once had a defense that teams were scared of playing. This is clearly not one of those seasons. Oakland’s defense was again shredded Sunday, this time by Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints, as the Raiders fell at home 38-17. The mood of t
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  • Mark Davis ‘embarrassed, disappointed’ in team’s play

    Mark Davis ‘embarrassed, disappointed’ in team’s play Nov 18, 2012
    Raiders owner Mark Davis consented to a group interview with the media about 30 minutes after his team lost for the third straight time, 38-17 to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday at the Coliseum. Davis was cordial, candid and and passionate in answering…
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  • Reece gets his shine on

    Reece gets his shine on Nov 18, 2012
    Marcel Reece is listed on the Raiders roster as a fullback because, well, he has to be listed as something. Calling him a jack-of-all-trades might be a more apt description. On Sunday for the second straight game, Reece shifted into running back mode ou…
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  • Late touchdown pass gives Saints 21-7 lead at half

    Late touchdown pass gives Saints 21-7 lead at half Nov 18, 2012
    The Raiders kept the Saints offense in check for much of the first half, but they couldn’t get off the field in time to stop them from taking a two touchdown lead. Drew Brees hit Lance Moore with a 38-yard touchdown pass with 50 seconds to play in the s
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  • Saints-Raiders underway . . .

    Saints-Raiders underway . . . Nov 18, 2012
    Thomas Morstead has kicked off to the Raiders Coye Francies, who takes it deep in the end zone and gets it out to the 22-yard line . . .
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  • Week 11 late inactives

    Week 11 late inactives

    Three games kick off in the late afternoon slots in Week 11 and we’ve got all the inactives from all of them right here. Saints at Raiders Saints: WR Greg Camarillo, CB Corey White, RB Darren Sproles, LB Scott Shanle, T Zach Strief, DT Tyrunn Walker, D
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  • Darren Sproles, Aaron Hernandez headline late game NFL inactive…

    Darren Sproles, Aaron Hernandez headline late game NFL inactive lists

    As reported by Jay Glazer during FOX's pregame show, New Orleans Saints running back Darren Sproles is inactive for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders. Sproles has missed the last two games after undergoing surgery on his left hand. The versatile…
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  • Lawyer: Charges dropped vs. Raiders' McClain

    Lawyer: Charges dropped vs. Raiders' McClain

    Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain is going to jail time or a lengthy NFL suspension despite being arrested on misdemeanor assault and firearms charges for allegedly holding a gun beside a man's head and firing it into the air one year ago.
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  • Previewing today’s Raiders-Saints game

    Previewing today’s Raiders-Saints game Nov 18, 2012
    After giving up more than 40 points in consecutive weeks for the first time in 50 years, the reeling Raiders are desperate for a victory Sunday as they host the high-powered Saints. Here’s a look at what analysts, players and fans are saying about this
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  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Saints-Raiders Recap 03:22

    Sunday Blitz: Saints-Raiders Recap

    Nov 18
    Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Saints' 38-17 win over the Raiders.
  • Video - Saints Get Back To .500 00:31

    Saints Get Back To .500

    Nov 18
    Drew Brees threw for 319 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Saints over the Raiders 38-17.
  • Video - Saints vs. Raiders highlights 00:44

    Saints vs. Raiders highlights

    Nov 18
    New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees had 219 yards and threw three touchdowns in his Week 11 38-17 win over the Oakland Raiders.
  • Video - Raiders postgame press conference 01:50

    Raiders postgame press conference

    Nov 18
    Raiders react following game with Saints