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According to Scott Bair of,  Raiders kicker Sebastian Jankowski has been listed as probable with a calf injury. Seabass is going to play. No concerns here. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Sebastian Jankowski listed as probable appeared first on Pro Football Zone.


The Oakland Raiders Will Have a Successful Season If…..

  The Oakland Raiders are going through the biggest rebuilding phase in the franchises great history. General manager Reggie McKenzie has got ridden of as many bad contracts as he could which will give the Raiders up to 70 million dollars in cap space next season. While McKenzie’s moves have set the Raiders up for a bright future, it has also put the 2013 Raiders in a dire situation...

The Captain: Marcel Reece Will Have Big Season

The Oakland Raiders lone Pro-Bowl player last year Marcel Reece will thrive under the Terrelle Pryor era of Raiders football. Although Reece did have a Pro Bowl season last year, he was not used enough under the failed Greg Knapp regime. Expect Reece to basically play fullback, running back, and tight end throughout the season for the Raiders. New offensive coordinator Greg Olsen...

Rookie LT Menelik Watson misses second straight practice, Raiders continue shuffling act on offensive line

According to Scott Bair of, rookie Menelik Watson did not practice for a second straight day after tweaking his knee Wednesday. The offensive coaching staff moved right tackle Khalif Barnes to left, and sub Tony Pashos to take over at right tackle. The offensive line woes continues for the Raiders as they head into the regular season and the return of Watson wassupposed...

Report: Some Within The Raiders Organization Support QB Matt McGloin Over Terrelle Pryor

Michel Silver of mentions that there are voices within the Raiders organization who believe undrafted rookie QB Matt McGloin gives them the best chance to win this season. Silver adds that Terrelle Pryor‘s biggest ally within the team is owner Mark Davis, who’s interested in seeing what Pryor can do with the opportunity. With that being said, there’s still ...

Post Pre-Season Evaluation of the Oakland Raiders:

Now that the preseason is over, we have more of a sense of what may be in store for the Oakland Raiders.  The Raiders were outscored in the first half of their 4 preseason games; with mostly starters playing; 76-22 with only one offensive touchdown.  Other than the Dallas game the Raiders looked overwhelmed and lacking in talent.  I think this will be the theme for this years...

Darren McFadden: ‘I feel like I owe the Raiders a fantastic season’

It’s safe to say that so far in his career, Darren McFadden has been a bust. He had high expectations coming to the Raiders after a fantastic college career at Arkansas. Last year was pretty much rock bottom when he averaged on 3.3 yards per carry. He says it’s time to live up to the expectations: “The organization has shown tremendous faith in me, and I’m very grateful...

The RaidersBlog Podcast Episode 18: Season Preview

In episode 18 of the RaidersBlog podcast, Christopher Hansen (@chrishansenNFL) and Taylor Armosino (@tarmosino) recap the pre-season, talk Colts-Raiders and preview the upcoming regular season. or other podcast clients:

2013 Pre-Preseason Questions Answered

The Oakland Raiders are set to kick off their 2013 regular season this Sunday, September 8th, on the road against the Indianapolis Colts. While the team prepares to face Andrew Luck and company, it’s time for us to revisit what was asked before the Silver & Black initiated its training camp and Pre-Season. Eleven pivotal questions to the Raiders’ year […]

Oakland Raiders at Indianapolis Colts: Three Bold Predictions

This is a game that could get real ugly real fast, or it could be one of those surprises for the start of the NFL season.I am not sure yet where I stand on it, but it’s football and it’s Sunday and, well, two former greats of the 1970s beating on each other cannot be that bad.But, oh yes it can be.Enter the world of Andrew Luck. The second-year player who did everything asked...

Week 1 Fantasy Football Preview: Oakland Raiders @ Indianapolis Colts

 Colts Fantasy Players to think about:Reggie Wayne:  He is as steady as it gets and for me is always a welcome part of a fantasy team.  The only problem I see in this game is that the Colts may win going away and the passing game may not be needed.  Peyton Manning loved to play every play and score as many points as possible but with Luck, they don't mind calling the dogs...

Oakland Raiders vs. Indianapolis Colts: Odds, spread, over/under and tv info

getty The Oakland Raiders will head to Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday September 8 for a Week 1 match-up against the Indianapolis Colts. Oakland took a step back last season finishing 4-12 under first year coach Dennis Allen. The Raiders appear to have more questions this season and it starts with unsteady play at quarterback. The Colts do not have the problems. A year after Andrew Luck...

Raiders continue to shuffle linemen

The season hasn't even begun yet for the Oakland Raiders and they're already scrambling to field a healthy pair of offensive tackles. Khalif Barnes, the team's starter on the right side for the past three years, has been moved to the left after injuries sidelined Jared Veldheer and Menelik Watson. Tony Pashos will replace Barnes in the lineup, less than a week after...

Oakland Raiders gameplan vs Indianapolis Colts

On Offense: 1. One of the Colts’ biggest weaknesses is at outside linebacker where they have a lot of rotational players but not many complete linebackers. Look for the Raiders to take advantage of the deficiencies, here. On one side, Robert Mathis is still transitioning from playing DE in a 4-3 for most of his career. He is a solid pass rusher but isn’t great in coverage...
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