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Once considered a quality No. 2 option for fantasy football teams, Denarius Moore has fallen on hard times. The Oakland Raiders second-year wide receiver hasn’t even been a flex-play option as of late.
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From Week 2-10, Moore, 23, averaged 71.9 yards per game with five TDs in eight games.
That’s an average of double-digit fantasy points in non-PPR (points per reception) leagues.
However, in his last four games, Moore has scored only once and his high water mark is 43 yards.
During this stretch, Moore is averaging two receptions each week for 25.8 yards per game.
Can he be trusted going forward?
Darrius Heyward-Bey has become a more reliable threat at receiver for the Raiders, and over the past two weeks, Rod Streater has been the top option on the team at the position with seven receptions for 196 yards and a score.
And albeit he didn’t show it on Thursday Night Football with only one reception for seven yards in the loss to the Denver Bronc...
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, even though the Oakland Raiders decided to suspend linebacker Rolando McClain instead of releasing him right away after his on the field confrontation with head coach Jim Schwartz, he could still end up getting released. Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain, a 2010 first-round pick, is completing his two-game, team-issued suspension on Sunday...
Raiders head coach Dennis Allen mentioned he wants to give some of their younger talent including QB Terrelle Pryor and RB Taiwan Jones more work in the coming weeks, per Steve Corkran.
Oakland has maintained that they believe Pryor can be a quarterback in the NFL, but there are plenty of questions as to whether or not he’s capable of handling the position.
Jones, who played...
Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen told the media that he’s not concerned with Darren McFadden’s ankle after he re-injured it last night.
Coach Dennis Allen said he expects RB Darren McFadden to be fine. McFadden reinjured his right ankle Thursday night.
— Steve Corkran (@CorkOnTheNFL) December 7, 2012
The good news is that McFadden will have ten days to get ready for...
Raiders fans were killing Carson Palmer on Twitter last night. @ForbesMoney echoed the sentiments of the entire Raiders Nation with this tweet: Is Oakland done wit this ***** carson palmer yet? Can they let my ***** terrelle pryor cook? Lol. How smart do the Bengals look for totally cutting ties with this bum? Accounting for another two turnovers last night, Palmer’s horrible...
A fan plummeted from the upper deck at the Oakland Raiders' home game Thursday, and he was hospitalized in serious condition, according to multiple media reports. The Oakland Tribune reported that the fan apparently jumped, but other reports indicated that the fan fell. Team and police officials did not release the name of the fan or other details. It was also unclear whether...
Oakland tailback Darren McFadden limped off the field with about six minutes left in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game against Denver after twisting an ankle.Fantasy Spin:Just another day in the life of Darren McFadden fantasy owners. Living with his injuries is part of the "fun" of owning the oft-injured, slow-healing Raiders' running back.
According to multiple sources, the Oakland Raiders do not fear that the latest ankle injury suffered by running back Darren McFadden is nearly as serious as the one that kept him out for over a month. Still, considering that we are talking about a player as fragile as McFadden, and also considering that the injury did occur to the same ankle that forced him to miss the last four...
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Before kickoff on Thursday night, a Raiders fan reportedly jumped from the third level of the Oakland Coliseum and is now hospitalized with serious injuries.
Oakland head coach Dennis Allen insists that Darren McFadden is "fine" after tweaking his ankle late in Thursday night's loss to the Broncos.Fantasy Spin:The Thursday night game gives McFadden plenty of time to rest up before the Raiders' next game a week from Sunday against Kansas City. Unless we hear otherwise, he should be ready to go.
The Oakland Raiders are 3-10 and have lost six straight games. They need to find out what type of players they have, and one position they will be analyzing over the next few weeks is at quarterback.
The Raiders gave up a bevy of draft picks, including a couple of first-rounders, to acquire Carson Palmer from the Cincinnati Bengals. Palmer’s season this isn’t too shabby with...
At 3-10 and in the midst of another disappointing season, the Raiders don’t have a lot to lose at this point.
That’s why Oakland head coach Dennis Allen is thinking about giving second-year quarterback Terrelle Pryor some playing time over their final three games of the season. Allen said the team wants to get Pryor some in-game experience, but made sure not to insinuate that...
Dear Mr. Allen,
I understand why Pryor hasn’t been active until late in the season – I really do. I know you were saddled with him after the Raiders gave up a pick in the 3rd round for him and while he’s just the kind of guy that Al Davis liked – big, strong, fast and extremely athletic – he’s incredibly unpolished.
I know you likely don’t think he’s the...
Danny & Dano, the hosts of Sonoma County Sports Fans radio show and podcast were kind enough to invite me back again this week to talk Raiders. We discussed a number of different topics including the possibility of Jon Gruden coming back to coach the Silver & Black, how much blame Carson Palmer bears for the offenses struggles and what the Raiders should do, at a broad...