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With Oakland quarterback Carson Palmer inactive with cracked ribs and a bruised lung, Terrelle Pryor is set to make his first career start against the San Diego Chargers.
Also inactive for the Raiders on Sunday were running back Jeremy Stewart, safety Tyvon Branch, linebacker Rolando McClain, guard Mike Brisiel, defensive lineman Brandon Bair and wide receiver Juron Criner.
Inactive for the Chargers are running back Edwin ''Rock'' Baker, cornerback Greg Gatson, linebackers Gary Guyton and Donald Butler, guard-tackle Stephen Schilling, wide receiver Mike Willie and tight end Ladarius Green.
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What up RaiderNation? Old Timer here filling in for Felipe on our last game of the season. The inactives for the game were as follows: Raiders: QB Carson Palmer, WR Juron Criner, RB Jeremy Stewart, LB Rolando McClain, S Tyvon Branch, OL Mike Brisiel, DL Brandon Bair Chargers: RB Edwin Baker, LB Gary Guyton, TE Ladarius Green, LB Donald Butler, [...]
Greg Knapp's second stint as the Oakland Raiders' offensive coordinator might be over after one disappointing season. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the team is expected to fire Knapp. Oakland finished 18th in total offense this season at 344 yards per game, but the Raiders ranked 28th in rushing with 88.8 yards per game. The lack of a ground attack contributed...
The Oakland Raiders have elected to go with second-year quarterback
Terrelle Pryor, not veteran reserve Matt Leinart, to replace the injured Carson
Palmer during Sunday’s finale against the San Diego Chargers, reports Jerry McDonald of the Contra Costa Times.
"I’ve decided to go with Terrelle Pryor as our
quarterback,’’ Allen said Friday following practice. “He’ll...
Well, let’s face it. If you take the time to read a fan site like this one, you obviously know the State of the AFC West. Outside of Denver, it’s in shambles. There really isn’t an easier way to say it. The Broncos ran away with this thing and the other three teams rounded out the worst division in professional [...]
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor will get the start this Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. The former Ohio State product has only played eight pro snaps in his two year pro career to this point. He will face a Chargers defense that ranks 18th against the pass and fourth against the run this season.
This is a great move for the Oakland organization. It makes sense...
The team synonymous with head coaching changes stood pat with Dennis Allen, but the Raiders did dismiss four first-year assistant coaches from his staff. Offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, line coach Frank Pollack, linebackers coach Johnny Holland and special teams coordinator Steve Hoffman were all looking for work the day after a season-ending 24-21 loss to the San Diego Chargers...
Oakland Raiders (4-11) at San Diego Chargers (6-9)
Aside from this being a divisional matchup, this is a completely meaningless game for these two teams. Both are out of the playoffs by a long shot. I have a rule against making significant plays on completely meaningless games. If the teams might not care about a game, I shouldn’t either. There’s just no way to predict what kind...
The Oakland Raiders have announced that quarterback Terrelle Pryor will get the start for Sunday’s game against the Chargers.
Head Coach Dennis Allen names @terrellepryor starting QB for Sunday.
— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) December 28, 2012
With Carson Palmer out with an injury and possibly done as a member of the Raiders, Pryor will have a opportunity to show the Raiders’...
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports that the Oakland Raiders are expected to start making changes to their coaching staff as soon as this afternoon.
Glazer mentions that the team will most likely keep first-year head coach Dennis Allen in place, but offensive coordinator Greg Knapp will not be brought back for another season.
Knapp’s offensive production speaks for itself and deserves...
Quarterback Terrelle Pryor will make his first NFL start for Oakland in the Raiders' season finale Sunday against San Diego. Pryor, in his second season after leaving Ohio State as a junior, will share time with backup Matt Leinart, coach Dennis Allen said after Friday's practice. "He'll play in the game and we'll see how the game goes," Allen said of...