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Author: Anthony Galvan

Looking at the Raiders’ Offensive-Line for 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Raiders have always had a weakness at their line positions. Except the defensive line has always been the problem. With the signing of Yannick Ngakoue and other notable defensive linemen, the Raiders’ apparent weak spot is now their offensive line. The Raiders have made head-scratching moves in the past week with trades of Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson, and Trent Brown. With all these moves let’s take a look at what the starting offensive line might look like for the Raiders in 2021. Left Tackle: Kolton Miller  Kolton Miller was Jon Gruden’s first draft pick during...

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Raiders’ New Years Resolutions

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe start of the new year is the time to establish goals for the upcoming year.  As we go into 2021, let’s examine some possible resolutions for the Las Vegas Raiders. Jon Gruden: Playcalling The Raider’s offense has seen tremendous strides since hiring Jon Gruden as Head Coach in 2018. However, the lack of aggression in Gruden’s play calling is having a negative effect on the team. This season, the Raiders lead all teams in short field goals (FGs within 20-29 yards) with 18. If the Raiders wish to become a true playoff contender next year,...

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Raiders vs Falcons: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn stereotypical trap-game fashion, the Atlanta Falcons blew out the Las Vegas 40-6 in a very ugly loss. As a Raider fan, I am extremely disappointed but not surprised.  The Good: Defense It’s surprising to say, but the Defense was the only thing that looked good for the Raiders during this game. The defense had a decent first half despite the temporary loss of their two starting corners, Damon Arnette and Trayvon Mullen. Don’t let the final score fool you on the defense’s performance, because this loss wasn’t on them. The defensive effort sniffed out most...

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Trade Deadline Targets for the Las Vegas Raiders

Reading Time: 2 minutesIn their first year in Las Vegas, the Raiders are aiming to make the playoffs for the first time since 2016. The Raiders currently have a bottom-five defense in the NFL as they are allowing an astounding 32.8 points per game to opposing offenses. If the Raiders are looking to make the playoffs this year, improving their defense before the NFL trade deadline will be the best way to do it.  Anthony Harris – Minnesota Vikings The Raiders’ defense is in desperate need of true free safety as they lack depth and talent in the position....

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Three Reasons Why the Raiders Need to be Successful this Season

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Raiders started their inaugural season in Las Vegas with a 34-30 win over the Carolina Panthers. The Raiders need to keep this momentum going as they start their journey as the Las Vegas Raiders. Must Gain New Fans in Las Vegas No one wants to support a losing team. The Las Vegas Golden Knights gained fans in their new city because they were successful right off the bat. The Raiders don’t need to appear in the Super Bowl this year to gain fans  like the Golden Knights did, but they must achieve some level of...

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