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Latavius Murray is the player with the most to prove on the Raiders

Every player needs to prove themselves in each game. But these last games against Buffalo and Denver will be incredibly important for one player over everyone else – running back Latavius Murray. A sixth-round pick in 2013, Murray had a breakout game against the Chiefs, rushing for 112 yards on 4 carries and 2 TDs. The most important part about that statistic is that the Raiders...
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Raiders staff basically asks to be fired by refusing to run the ball

It’s hard to know exactly what the Oakland Raiders coaching staff was thinking when it game planned for Sunday’s matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, probably because no one with a working brain would have approached the game in the way that Tony Sparano and Greg Olson did. The Raiders won their first game of the season by running all over one of the worst run defenses in...
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Latavius Murray has average day but still impacts the game

The Oakland Raiders have won their second game of the year on Sunday defeating another quality team in the San Francisco 49ers. On a day where running back Latavius Murray had far more touches than he had in the previous 12 games combined, Murray’s stats were not very impressive. The second year back carried the ball 23 times for 76 yards and no touchdowns averaging 3.3 yards per...
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Why the Raiders Want to See More from Latavius Murray

Why the Raiders Want to See More from Latavius Murray The Oakland Raiders finally get their rookie running back Latavius Murray back in action after he delivered that amazing 112-yard rushing game a couple of weeks ago. Why do the Raiders want to see more? It’s because Murray has only … The post Why the Raiders Want to See More from Latavius Murray appeared first on Fantasy Football Chick.
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Latavius Murray, a.k.a. Oakland Raiders’ only hope, should play on Sunday

The Oakland Raiders won a game on Thursday Night Football, but it almost didn’t happen. The game started off strong as the Raiders jumped out to a lead over the Chiefs quickly, then built on that lead. It was a strange feeling. Sure, the Raiders had held a lead before this season, but built on that lead? And they actually held the lead for a while. But soon, the Chiefs came back...
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WATCH: Kansas City Chiefs DB Kurt Coleman Knocks Raiders RB Latavius Murray Out of the Game

Latavius Murray, an unknown second year back out of Central Florida managed to do what no one else in the league had done this season--score a rushing touchdown. He didn't only score one (a nice little 11-yard run), but two with the second coming on an epic 90-yard run. How epic? It was the longest run of the season.With their new found running game could the Raiders pull off...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders RB’ Latavius Murray Takes it 90 Yards Against the Chiefs

Young Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray broke off a 90-yard touchdown early in the second quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs. It was Murray’s second touchdown of the game to put the winless Raiders up 14-0 on a Kansas City Chiefs team that came into Thursday night winners of six of its last seven. Murray is getting increased playing time with the downtick in production...
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Oakland Raiders 2014 sleeper in second year, RB, Latavius Murray

General Manager Reggie McKenzie brought in plenty of new faces over the last few months. Ex-Houston Texans starting quarterback Matt Schaub, and two-time Super Bowl winning defensive end Justin Tuck, just to mention a few. Oakland's running back situation is going to be one of the more interesting in the league. The potential of Darren McFadden who resigned with the Raide...
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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