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Thoughts from the Dark Side:
The Raiders were held without a touchdown for the second straight week but unlike last week’s victory against the Chiefs, field goals were not enough against the Panthers who put the Raiders away, 17-6.
The Panthers’ team was not significantly better but, despite being called for 10 penalties for 97 yards they were able to capitalize on their red zone trips and their two TDs and a FG where the Raiders 0-2 in their two trips to the redzone.
The Raiders have now gone 2 full games without scoring a TD. But the ineptitude of the Raiders offense is much more than that. The Raiders have scored a number of touchdowns in garbage time this year and, in general, have not been able to score when it’s needed, trailing most of the teams they are playing throughout the game.
In fact, a review of the Raiders previous games showed that the last time the Raiders scored a TD that either put them into the lead or maintained a lead for them was on November 4th, when the Raiders played Tam...
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With Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer leaving today’s game against the Panthers with an injury, defensive tackle Tommy Kelly felt like they needed to try to injure Panthers quarterback Cam Newton as payback. This is probably why Newton was seen kicking Kelly during the game. “You take our guy out, we’re going to go and try to take your guy out,” Kelly said after the game...
Another good defensive effort by the Oakland Raiders kept the Silver&Black in the game until kicker Graham Gano nailed a 51-yarder to extend the Carolina Panthers lead to eleven with a little over two minutes left. The Raider offense struggled all day long to move the football, specially after Carson Palmer was knocked out of the contest with a rib [...]
Terrelle Pryor or Matt Leinart is expected to start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders at the San Diego Chargers in the team’s season finale on Sunday now that Carson Palmer is hurt.
Palmer got hurt during the team’s Week 16 loss to the Carolina Panthers and is out with cracked ribs and a bruised lung. Raiders head coach Dennis Allen says Palmer was in the hospital for observation...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, despite a disappointing season, Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis doesn’t plan on replacing head coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie. But he might make some other front office changes.
After much deliberation, Raiders owner Mark Davis does not intend to part with first-year head coach Dennis Allen and first-year...
Cam Newton somehow avoided ejection against the Raiders after kicking Tommy Kelly and bumping an official. See video here.
The latter half of the season has been good to the Carolina Panthers.
After a disastrous start, they have gone on a 4-2 run that has included a decisive win over the Atlanta Falcons.
With good fortune comes smiles from Hollywood Cam Newton.
Two incidents marred Newton’s day on Sunday.
Oakland’s Tommy Kelly admitted that he and the Raiders were targeting Newton after Raiders’...
Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer suffered cracked ribs and a bruised lung after a hard hit by Carolina linebacker Greg Hardy and will not play in the team's final game.
Palmer was hit in the back by Hardy late in the first quarter while rolling out to throw. Hardy appeared to lead with his helmet and drew an unnecessary roughness penalty on the play.
Palmer was later...
Carson Palmer has played his last game of the year for the Oakland Raiders. The quarterback has been ruled out by head coach Dennis Allen for the season finale against the San Diego Chargers next Sunday due to broken ribs and a bruised lung. Palmer returned to California with the team following yesterday’s loss at Carolina, but had to spend [...]
Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer suffered cracked ribs during yesterday’s loss to the Panthers. He won’t play in this week’s season finale.
Raiders HC Dennis Allen said QB Carson Palmer has cracked ribs and a bruised lung and will not play again this season.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 24, 2012
The Raiders haven’t indicated whether they’ll start...
The Oakland Raiders have announced that quarterback Carson
Palmer suffered cracked ribs and a bruised lung during Sunday’s loss to the Carolina
Panthers and the 33-year-old will not play in the team’s regular season finale,
reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen announced that his
quarterback suffered cracked ribs and a bruised lung during Sunday’s...
The Carolina Panthers were not hospitable in defeating the Oakland Raiders 17-6 at home in Charlotte Sunday afternoon. This was a physical game from beginning to end. The Panthers extended their winning streak to 3 games and showed some growth after a slow start this season. This recent streak by the Panthers may have taken Head Coach Ron Rivera off the hot seat. Meanwhile, the...