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Oakland Raiders: Year in Review

Three-hundred-and-sixty-three days have passed since the Raiders opened the 2011 season against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football, and at the time many believed the Raiders were finally back on track. Penalties were going to be a thing of

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Raiders’ Brash Attitude Propelled Win Over the Broncos

During the night telecast of the Monday night opening double-header between two bitter AFC West rivals, something ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer said caught not only my attention, but I’m sure a lot of other residents of Raider Nation as well.

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Raider Open in Primetime, Sign Center Wade

Home Game, Monday Night, Broncos, PRIMETIME. Al Davis’ offseason moves have already left a favorable impression on the NFL schedule makers. We rarely have received Monday night games the past few years, and we hardly ever get them in Oakland.

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  • KC may be equipped to handle RG3, but why would he want to go sit behind Alex Smith for two years?
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