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The Raiders looked like they were on the verge of losing another game in the final seconds, but that's when safety Michael Huff saved the day. NFL Films breaks down how Oakland's learning curve helped the team beat Houston.
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Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor returned to practice for the first time since serving a five-game suspension.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor looks on during an NFL football practice in Alameda, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011. Pryor took part in his first practice with the Raiders since his five-game suspension was lifted.
Maybe the spirit of Al Davis was truly guiding the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. The Raiders beat the Texans in Houston 25-20 thanks to a Michael Huff interception on the final play of the game. Houston was at the five yard line and had an excellent chance to score, but Huff stepped in front of [...]
The Oakland Raiders have started the search to find a general manager to work in concert with head coach Hue Jackson, league sources told NFL Network's Albert Breer.
The Oakland Raiders are 3-2 after a huge comeback win on the road over the Houston Texans, but the outcome of the game was far from the biggest headline for Oakland on Sunday. The team played just one day after losing owner Al Davis, and played its first game without him in the organization since 1962. One of the highlights of the emotional win was Raiders head coach Hue Jackson...
Just a day after losing legendary owner Al Davis, the Oakland Raiders were statistically dominated by the Houston Texans. At the end of the day, the organization that Davis built found a way to just win, baby.
In the most emotional game in franchise history, the Raiders found a way to win 25-20 at the final whistle, despite committing 11 penalties for 89 yards and being outgained...
Oakland and former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has completed his five-game suspension and is eligible to practice with the team. The Raiders play the Browns on Sunday.
The greatness of the Raiders could mean a return to Los Angeles. Or the City of Industry. Or a shared stadium with the San Francisco 49ers.
The death of longtime owner Al Davis has put a cloud of uncertainty over the Oakland Raiders' future in the East Bay, according to Bay Area News Group. The future of the NFL in California is uncertain, but almost definitely will include LA...
The reality hit Oakland Raiders coach Hue Jackson as he got in his car to drive to work after an emotional weekend.
You’ve got to have an aggressive coach and a good QB to win in the modern NFL, and for years, the Raiders and 49ers had neither. So for years, they lost. We’ll see how their QBs hold up over the 16-game journey, but so far so good for Alex Smith and Jason Campbell. My point [...]
This one's for you, Al. The Oakland Raiders won the day after their maverick owner died, beating the Houston Texans 25-20 on Sunday behind Jason Campbell's two touchdown passes. Michael Huff intercepted Matt Schaub's pass in the end zone on the final play to secure the win. Coach Hue Jackson dropped to his knees on the sideline, covered his face with his hands and cried as his team...