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Ron Jaworski was giving Andrew Luck a grade for his performance against the Saints, hence the average grade of a ‘C.’ Just an average performance.
Anyway, can we all agree that the Benglas should have pulled Andy Dalton when the Ravens made it 44-13? Why risk his health in a blowout? According to the box score, Bruce Gradkowski didn’t throw a pass.
In the Raiders-Chargers game you had Carson Palmer throwing 46 times & averaging 6.5 yds per pass (22-14 loss). Let’s get rolling!
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By JOSH DUBOW AP Sports Writer The high-risk, high-reward passes that characterized Carson Palmer's first half-season as Oakland Raiders quarterback were absent in the season opener.
Instead of taking chances for big plays down the field in the passing game, Palmer mostly chose the safer route of dumpoffs to running back Darren...
Carson Palmer has seen glimpses of what Darren McFadden can bring to the Oakland Raiders offense throughout offseason workouts, training camp and a few series in exhibition games.
He can't wait to see that game-breaking ability for real for the first time when the season opens Monday night against the San Diego Chargers.
''It was such a tease in the preseason because...
The late Monday night game showcasing the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers was probably missed by fans of either team who reside on the East Coast as the contest ended after one in the morning. That was probably for the best as Oakland lost what looked to be a battle of ineptitude 22-14.Early risers might have been fooled initially by the final score into thinking it was...
After enduring one of the toughest weeks of his life and career, Raiders coach Dennis Allen's return to the Oakland Coliseum ended with another painful memory.
Just the way most games have this season.
Carson Palmer threw an interception that thwarted a scoring chance and fumbled near his own goal line to send the Raiders to a sixth straight loss, 26-13 against the Denver Broncos...
Week 1 of the highly-anticipated 2012 NFL regular season wrapped up in the wild west in a division battle between the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers on Sept. 10 on Monday Night Football.
The story of the Chargers’ less-than-thrilling 22-14 win over Oakland was the Raiders’ rudderless offense and shabby special teams play. Quarterback Carson Palmer was without Jacoby...