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SAN DIEGO (AP) - Denarius Moore caught a 33-yard pass from Carson Palmer with 1:51 remaining in the second quarter to extend the Oakland Raiders' lead to 17-3 over the San Diego Chargers at halftime Thursday night.Palmer engineered a two-play, 31-second drive, capped by Moore's catch near the goal line ...
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Carson Palmer makes some big throws, helps open up the running game and earns his first victory as a Raider. Clark Judge says when Palmer gets the offense down and Darren McFadden returns, Oakland could be dangerous.
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At times in his first start for Oakland, Carson Palmer showed just why the Raiders gave up so much to acquire him in the middle of the season.
SAN DIEGO -- The Oakland Raiders turned the corner Thursday night.
They turned the corner with new quarterback...
Carson Palmer looked like an NFL quarterback again, not like a guy who had settled into semi-retirement in Southern California.
SAN DIEGO Carson Palmer looked like an NFL quarterback again, not like a guy who had settled into semi-retirement.
Denis Poroy Associated Press
Denarius Moore makes a fingertip catch of a Carson Palmer pass in front of San Diego's Quentin Jammer on Thursday. Moore had two touchdown catches.
This week The Red Zone is back at it's normal day, normal time and not so normal host.... wait did we just say that?This week The Zone talks Tight Ends (no, the football kind) in High/Low. Asks the question "Can Anyone Beat the Packers?" And The Zone talks a little Carson Palmer.Of course as always you've got The Pooch Matt "Big Dawg" Puccio's Pick...
Carson Palmer finally looked like a quarterback who could lead the Raiders to the playoffs on Thursday night, and afterward the Chargers’ defense was taking the credit for that. Chargers free safety Eric Weddle said he and the rest of the Chargers’ secondary deserve a lot of blame for getting beaten deep regularly and allowing…
Season Record: 87-42
Season Against the Spread: 43-38
Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers (Spread: San Diego -7.5)
Besides Raiders RB Darren McFadden being out, the Raiders don’t have much of an offense to compete here. Carson Palmer has had one decent game, but he is not the same quarterback he once was, and I’m not sure he can ever return to being...