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Offensive line coach Tony Sparano is known to be the coach who brought the wildcat into the NFL. Now he’s taking it to Oakland where the player who made it popular in college now resides.
Running back Darren McFadden knows the wildcat quite well; he was the centerpiece of the "Wildcat formation," an offensive formation wherein McFadden usually lined up at the quarterback...
ESPN’s Bill Williamson sees impending free agent CB Tracy Porter as a decent option for the Oakland Raiders this offseason.
Williamson adds that this could be a short-term solution for Oakland as Porter is unlikely to command a high salary, which works well considering the Raiders cap situation and the fact that they are in desperate need of a cornerback.
Porter, 26, suffered...
New Raiders OC Greg Olson said he will be emphasizing running back Darren McFadden's strengths this season, likely by instituting a power running scheme. Fired OC Greg Knapp installed a zone blocking scheme that went away from McFadden's strengths last season and the running back only gained 3.3 ypc in 12 games. SOURCE: MercuryNews.comFantasy Spin:McFadden flourished in 2011...
Fantasy Football News - New Oakland Raiders Offensive Coordinator Greg Olsen has stated that he will not force Darren McFadden to fill into the offense as last years’ coaching regime did, but rather he will build the Raiders offense around the strengths of McFadden.
FFLockerRoom Take - This is excellent news for McFadden owners who have been losing sleep over whether they should...
What up RaiderNation? Welcome to this week’s edition of My Two Cents, with your favorite ancient Raider fan, Old Timer. This week, we are discussing those players who are free agents as of March 2. But before we go into that, let’s take a quick look at the results of last week’s poll where we asked “Which non-free agent Raider [...]
There are many off-season story lines captivating the minds of dynasty owners all over the world this month. One of those revolves around the future of Terrelle Pryor, who by all accounts will get a chance to earn the starting quarterback job for the Raiders in the coming months. The big question in fantasyland is if we should even care. Let’s explore further. Pryor’s path to...