Raiders General Manager: Jon Gruden has full control over this entire franchise. He wants to clean out the front office as he has done with the player personnel.
Steelers at Raiders: Big Ben has beaten every team in the AFC on the road throughout his stellar career, but he has never beaten the Raiders in Oakland.
Number One Pick: The demise Bay Area football has come down to this dubious distinction: Which team will get the number one overall pick in the draft?
The Raiders face a huge game this week against the Chiefs but it won't be a walk in the park for the visitors.
First the Chiefs lost to the Rams. Now, the team has unexpectedly parted ways with star running back Kareem Hunt. Can Kansas City focus against the Raiders in Oakland?
Richard and Cook: The key for the Raiders and Richard to get into the Ravens secondary is going to be play-action routes.
Most, if not all, of the talk about the Raiders recently has been negative. It's time to put that aside and root for the Silver and Black this Sunday.
Raiders Rookies: As Gruden has learned the hard way, with no pass rush, there is a 0 percent chance of competing on defense in the NFL.
Maquel Lee: Drafted in the fifth round in 2017, out of Wake Forest, Lee has shown why he has a future in the Silver and Black.
Raiders Preview: Raiders host division rival Los Angeles Chargers and if they are to have a chance in this game, they need their quarterback to play well.
Jon Gruden: After nine years away, he went to an organization that announced it is moving to Las Vegas and leaving its Oakland fan base for the second time.
The Battle Of the Bay: To say both sides are desperate for a victory is an understatement, but this game means so much more to two sides struggling in 2018.
This is a huge game for Bruce Irvin and Jared Cook as they welcome the Indianapolis Colts to Oakland.
The Raiders and main man Derek Carr need to put the past week behind them and rally together to take on the Colts.
Specialist Woes: In three games, rookie Matt McCrane missed four field goals. That led Oakland to sign another rookie Daniel Carlson.