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Studs and Duds From Week 10

The Raiders really took it to the Chargers on Thursday night and came away with a seven-point victory in San Diego. The Raiders played well and a few players really stood out in a good way and a couple in

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Seven Things From Thursday Night

1. TAG! YOU’RE IT. – Michael Bush proved once again just how productive he can be as a starter in this league.  His 242 yards from scrimmage were the most by a Raider since the merger.  The Raiders need to

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Week 10 Preview: Short Week, Short Handed

Wow.  That was ugly.  The Raiders have played themselves into a corner after dropping two straight divisional games to less talented football teams.  After the “bully” had his nose broken on Sunday, the Raiders will have to heal quickly because

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  • Read that risk of re-tearing same ACL is about half that of non-reconstructed ACL, but the type of graft is also a factor.
    about 5 hours ago
  • @FO_ScottKacsmar No doubt. It's part of what makes him so good. Figures out quickly where he wants to go and goes there.
    about 6 hours ago
  • I'd say at $32M per team that all teams can afford it. https://t.co/t4p8DcyOm2
    about 6 hours ago
  • Yeah, but he'll sacrifice passing productivity to not get pressured. https://t.co/AMNyytG93p
    about 6 hours ago
  • We've never really received a reasonable explanation as to why Green never gets more playing time to my knowledge.
    about 6 hours ago