The Oakland Raiders are desperately in search of some sort of positive news.
The Raiders (3-8) just finished perhaps the worst month in franchise history by losing all four games in November, capped by three straight losses by at least 21 points
The team's first four-game skid since 2008 assures Oakland of a 10th straight season without a winning record and has turned the focus to the future rather than a playoff run.
''It's been mind-blowing,'' defensive tackle Tommy Kelly said. ''I would have never, in my wildest dreams, thought we would be 3-8 right now.''
Coach Dennis Allen said everyone is accountable for the problems that have turned a team that was one win away from a division title last season into an also-ran this year.
He said he will look at all options to get things back on track, including possibly finding a role for third-string quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
Pryor has been inactive all 11 games this year and has been on the field only once in two seasons since bein...