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5/8/15 - With the 2015 NFL draft complete, the Oakland Raiders are shifting around their roster to make room for the talented rookies. The Raiders have released James Jones, Miles Burris, and Kevin Boothe. Most likely, Jones' release is a direct response to Amari Cooper's draft and the signing of Michael Crabtree. Curtis Lofton most likely will replace Burris, with new recruit Ben Heeney providing backup to the position. Coach Jack Del Rio stated that he expects his top four draft picks to make their way into a starting role after proving their value to the team during the offseason camps. While the players prepare to face their opponents when the season starts in mid-August, fans can already buy tickets for the season, with prices starting at $7.
4/23/15 - The fiercely loyal fans of the Oakland Raiders are hungry for another playoff run, and recent roster additions might give them an opportunity at one in the upcoming 2015 NFL season. Trent Richardson and Michael Crabtree were added for offensive punch during the off-season, and there could be more deals in the works as the Raiders try to make it back to the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Highlights on the 2015 calendar include opening day at home versus the Bengals, Week 5 when Oakland will host the Denver Broncos and Week 15 as Aaron Rodgers rolls into town with his Green Bay Packers in tow. Is this the year that the Raiders finally break through once again? Come join the Silver and Black faithful—tickets are on sale now for 2015 season action!
12/25/14 - The Oakland Raiders may be having a lackluster season, with only 3 wins and 12 losses and ranked 4th in the AFC Western Division, but they were able to provide fans with a solid final home outing on Sunday, December 21st against the Buffalo Bills. The Raiders narrowly won with a final 24-26 and knocked the Bills out of the playoff contention with four field goals by Sebastian Janikowski and two touchdown passes from Derek Carr. This game will not be the last one in Oakland for the Raiders. Fans are rejoicing at the news that the team has extended its lease for one more season. For this season, there is one more game left, with the Raiders heading to Denver to meet the Broncos. Tickets are still available, starting at $118.
12/17/14 - Since 2005, the Oakland Raiders haven’t met the Buffalo Bills on home turf. This is the 37th time the two teams will meet, with the Raiders leading the regular season series at 19-17. In the 1990s, this rivalry got a bit more heated, when the teams met six times, splitting the games. The Raiders sit in 4th place in the AFC West, and just want to finish out the season with their heads held high. They’ve struggled this year with their 2-12 record, with wins only against the 49ers and Chiefs. Come out this Sunday for their final home game of the season and show your support! Tickets are still available for this game beginning at just $52. Enjoy the camaraderie in the stadium with fellow Raiders fans.
12/11/14 - The Oakland Raiders haven’t had the best season this year, sporting a 2-11 record. They still have a lot to pay for in regards to next year, though. Their last game was against the San Francisco 49ers. They battled it out for 4 straight quarters, and they ended up winning with a final score of 24-13. It was a great game for them, and a huge reason for their success was because of David Carr. He ended up throwing for 254 yards and had 3 touchdowns. Everything was clicking for him, and he simply couldn’t be stopped. Latavius Murray also had a great game, rushing for76 yards. Next up for them is a game against the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s a must-win game for them, and tickets for it can be bought now for $9.
12/4/14 - Oakland is in 4th place in their division, and without hopes to go to the Super Bowl, they just want to finish the season on a strong note. They thought they were back on their game after a strong win against the Kansas City Chiefs the week before Thanksgiving. The St. Louis Rams had other ideas with a shutout of 52-0 last Sunday, crushing the Raiders. This coming Sunday, Oakland hosts the San Francisco 49ers. Although the 49ers are the favorite, the fan’s support will help Oakland rally. Get your tickets and encourage the Raiders to take home a win. Watch out for their quarterback, Derek Carr, who is showing improvement in his game. He’s coming on strong in his young career, and he should help the team come back better than ever next season.
11/25/14 - The Oakland Raiders were on a devastating losing streak, but they finally pulled it together to get a win last weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs. They ended up winning with the final score being 24-20. In their much-needed win, Latavius Murray stood out from the rest, rushing for 112 yards with 2 touchdowns. If he keeps up this type of play, the Raiders may actually be able to put some wins together before the season ends. David Carr also helped out on the offensive front, throwing for 174 yards with 1 touchdown. This balanced attack seemed to be serving the Raiders well. Next on the docket for them is against the St. Louis Rams. Tickets are available now, which are starting out at a low $7.
11/17/14 - The Oakland Raiders remain winless after week #11, falling to the San Diego Chargers 13-6 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. The Raiders pulled to within a touchdown with four minutes remaining, but a desperation pass fell incomplete as time expired, sealing the Raiders’ fate. Chargers running back Phillip Rivers, battered and bruised after the contest, credited the Raiders’ tough defense in keeping the game close. Oakland’s next game is at home on Thursday night at O.co Coliseum against their division rival, the 7-3 Kansas City Chiefs. The Raiders-Chiefs rivalry is considered to be one of the most intense in the NFL, and you can bet the Raiders will pull out all the stops as they defend their honor on the home turf, playing spoiler to the Chiefs’ playoff hopes. Buy your tickets today, starting at an unbelievable price of only $10, and come out and scream for the home team!
11/13/14 - The Oakland Raiders may not be having a great season, but they still need the support of their fans. At 0-9, they are 4th in the AFC Western Division. They played a tough game against the Denver Broncos last week. The teams were tied at 3 going into the second quarter, but the Broncos scored 17 points to the Raiders’ 10 points in the second quarter. After halftime, the Broncos came back and had 3 touchdowns in the 3rd quarter, and the Raiders didn’t score. Even with a Raider touchdown in the 4th quarter, it was a hard fought game. Get your tickets to their next game at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego against the Chargers. Give them the support they need to finish the season on a positive note.
11/6/14 - The Oakland Raiders have struggled tremendously this season, currently sporting a 0-8 record. They are 4th in the AFC West division, and things didn’t go there way again last weekend when they took on the Seattle Seahawks. The final score ended up being 24-30. They were simply outgunned on the offensive side of the ball, which has been a telling storyline for them this year. David Carr went on to throw for 194 yards with 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. He had his shining moments, but it was not enough to prevail. Darren McFadden had 13 carries, but only rushed for 20 yards. Up next for them is a game with the Denver Broncos. The Broncos, guided by the stellar play of Peyton Manning, will be looking to score in bunches. The Raiders will need to stand tall and put pressure on Manning if they hope to break their 8-game losing streak. Tickets for next weekend’s game can be purchased now, which start out at $38.
10/29/14 - It’s Week 9 of the NFL season – the halfway mark for most teams – and just one team has yet to secure their first win of the season: the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders will travel to the Pacific Northwest this weekend in search of that elusive win, as they take on defending Super Bowl champion Seattle.
10/23/14 - They’re the last winless team in the NFL. But the Oakland Raiders hope to remedy that situation this weekend when they travel to the shores of Lake Erie to take on Cleveland, a team who has just suffered an unfortunate loss to previously winless Jacksonville.
10/10/14 - Under the direction of an interim coach with their middle linebacker, Nick Roach, suffering from a season-ending injury, the Oakland Raiders are up for a challenge as they fight for a chance to compete at this year’s Super Bowl. Next up, on October 12th, this team will take on the San Diego Chargers at their home stadium, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, and then work for a win against the Arizona Cardinals the following week. Their schedule then moves on to last year’s almost Super Bowl champions, the Denver Broncos, followed by games with the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. The season wraps up against the Buffalo Bills on December 21st. Don’t miss out as this team works towards their Super Bowl goals and purchase tickets today.
9/16/14 - When the NFL pitted Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders against J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans in Week 2, fans held their breath for the rookie quarterback under siege by the defensive end, but they never expected Watt to score his own touchdown. The Raiders must improve on the defensive side of the ball in order to give their growing offense, which gratefully committed no turnovers on Sunday, a fighting chance. Now, 0-2 to start the season, can the Raiders bounce back from their 30-14 meltdown? Score Oakland Raiders tickets on the road for a minimum of $116 when they meet the New England Patriots this Sunday (9/21).
9/9/14 - The Oakland Raiders nearly ran away with a victory in their Week 1 game against the New York Jets. Rookie quarterback Derek Carr was roughed up in his debut, but certainly held his own during the course of the game—displaying his potential as the future of the franchise. Carr was the first QB in the 2014 draft class to start, and he went 20 of 32 for 151 yards and two touchdowns. Up next, the Raiders play host to the Houston Texans for their first home game of the season! Help the Black and Silver set the tone for this season with Oakland Raiders tickets at a minimum of $65 on Sunday (9/14).
9/3/14 - Oakland will kick of the 2014 season and the Derek Carr era this Sunday! Raider Nation is boiling over with excitement for the new starting quarterback to hit the gridiron in their Week 1 road matchup against the New York Jets. Head coach Dennis Allen waited until this past Monday to make the announcement, but fans anticipated the rookie signal caller would replace Matt Schaub through weeks of training camp and preseason. See the youngster and potential franchise QB in his very first start for the Silver and Black! The team has his back, now all you have to do is get behind Carr--literally! Score Oakland Raiders tickets and get in at MetLife Stadium for as little as $54 on 9/7.
8/27/14 - It's a good thing starters typically sit out for the fourth and final game of preseason, because the Oakland Raiders are hosting the hard-hitting Seattle Seahawks tomorrow night. Terrelle Pryor will start against his former teammates and friends for the first time since moving to Seattle, while the Raiders will start their second-round rookie pick Derek Carr in place of Matt Schaub. Their starting QB has struggled somewhat through summer, but will sit tomorrow night due to elbow soreness. Lock in your Oakland Raiders tickets and see if the team can enter the regular season with a .500 exhibition record. Get into O.CO Coliseum for a mere $2 Thursday night against Seattle—the cheapest NFL tickets you’ll find in the Bay all year!
8/12/14 – The Oakland Raiders may have lost their preseason opener to the Minnesota Vikings, 10-6, but there were positives from the inaugural outing. Matt Schaub started on the day, but rookie Matt McGloin and Derek Carr were later handed the ball to general success. Still, the team was doused with penalties and flagged 13 times; something Oakland can fix before the season starts. The Raiders broke camp today, and will head to Oxnard for two days of practice with the Cowboys. Buy Oakland Raiders tickets when they head back up to the Bay Area to play Dallas in Friday’s preseason game. Get into O.CO Coliseum for as little as $5 on Aug. 15.
8/5/14 – The Oakland Raiders will get their first taste of fresh meat when they travel to TCF Bank Stadium to play the Minnesota Vikings in their first exhibition game of the year. The season hinges on veteran quarterback Matt Schaub’s performance in the regular season, but the signal caller is excited to suit up and represent Oakland this week in his first test donning the Black and Silver. Buzz keeps building around training camp about the connection between Schaub and his No. 1 receiver Andre Holmes. Score Oakland Raiders tickets for as little as $4 this Friday (8/8) and witness the emerging duo yourself!
7/29/14 – The Oakland Raiders kicked off training camp last week, and if there’s one thing fans should know, it’s that your quarterback has officially arrived. In just four days of camp, Matt Schaub dialed up the heat, and has a vice-grip on the starting job despite contention from rookie Derek Carr. Fellow players like defensive tackle Antonio Smith are excited for the new signal caller, stating “Schauby’s getting his mojo back,” while head coach Dennis Allen notes, “he’s very hungry.” It looks like the last year’s disastrous fluke season in Houston was just that and nothing more. Score Oakland Raiders tickets now and watch your team build its identity around this confident QB.
7/21/14 – There may not be a more intriguing team to keep an eye on during training camp than the Oakland Raiders. It’s evident that the slew of veterans who line the roster in 2014 have a thing or two to prove this season. After being discarded from their teams despite proven success on the gridiron, new recruit Maurice Jones-Drew revealed: “We all know we have something left…We’re fighting for the same thing, which is respect." Score Oakland Raiders tickets and see if these chip-on-the-shoulder players can vaunt their talent on the field at O.CO Coliseum this year. Buy Houston Texans at Oakland Raiders tickets to be in the stands for the first regular season home game of the year. Pay $36 to get-in on Sept. 14 and see which of these two tarnished teams of last season rise up in 2014.
7/16/14 – Respected veteran and team leader, safety Charles Woodson, is extremely confident in the Oakland Raiders’ newest signal caller. “Every man on the team is counting on him being the guy…you can’t discount the year he had before last year…we expect big things of him,” Woodson noted. It’s true, Schaub posted over 4,000 yards in 2012, with a passer rating above 90, so there’s no denying this quarterback’s potential. Score Oakland Raiders tickets now and see if Schuab proves to be the man this Bay Area team is looking for!
7/9/14 –The offseason acquisitions made by the Oakland Raiders have certainly given this team legs, and if you have any doubt, just ask Donald Penn. “We’re going to run the ball, run the ball, then run it again until the defense stops us,” the offensive tackle asserted. That answers the lingering question on offense heading into training camp. Score Oakland Raiders tickets for their first exhibition game on schedule and ensure the Black and Silver running game gets off to a good start. Pay just $4 to get-in when the Raiders visit the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium in preseason Week 1.
7/2/14 – The Oakland Raiders will be one of the teams to watch when training camp commences in a few weeks. Aside from the quarterback competition, what with four hopefuls looking to start under center, fans should keep an eye on the running backs. Two top RBs of recent years, Darren McFadden and Maurice Jones-Drew, are due to bounce back from two seasons filled with injuries and lack of production. Both suffered Lisfranc injuries in 2011 & 2012, but coach Dennis Allen has mentioned their impressive performances through OTAs and minicamps. See if their hard work pays off when the pads come on during preseason with Oakland Raiders tickets. Get-in for as low as $7 when they take on the Seattle Seahawks at O. CO Coliseum on 8/28.
6/24/14 – With the close of Oakland Raiders’ mandatory minicamp last week, a few offseason conclusions came into view. Second-rounder Derek Carr has officially superseded Matt McGloin as the second-string quarterback, to which coach Allen commented: “We’re trying to expedite his progression…I like the direction he’s headed.” Two other picks from the draft have likewise been impressive, including seventh-rounder TJ Carrie at cornerback and top-pick Khalil Mack, who is a bright spot on the field and in the locker-room, known to sing R. Kelly and Usher songs on his guitar after practice. Overall, Allen said the Raiders have had an “outstanding” offseason, and “there’s [no] question you can feel [the improvement]” of the Black & Silver. Get your Oakland Raiders tickets now and see the revamped team hit stride this season.
6/17/14 – The Oakland Raiders are ready to close out on their productive offseason with the start of mandatory minicamp. Now it's time to see if the investments in free agent veterans and bright young rookies will pay off! Speaking of Oakland’s future leaders, Khalil Mack has been impressive through the offseason and, despite some natural growing pains, the rookie is looking like a fixture in the Raiders’ defense. Another draft pick making waves is Derek Carr, who is seriously giving Matt Schaub a run for his money during practice and OTAs. See if either talented youngster earns a spot on the starting roster come August with 2014 Oakland Raiders tickets!
6/10/14- The Oakland Raiders are working to “resurrect” the reliable quarterback Matt Schaub once was and dash all inconsistencies of last season. The club is enthusiastic about a serious bounce back year, and with a supporting cast of No. 2 Matt McGloin and No. 3 Derek Carr (36th overall pick), Schaub intends to flourish in his new home. Now in their third and final week of OTAs, the Raiders are determined to close the offseason with optimism and head into training camp strong. Preseason will be here before you know it, buy Oakland Raiders tickets today and see how your new QB fairs this summer!
6/3/14 - After 2013 saw the Oakland Raiders defense allow the second-most points per game in franchise history (28.3), the 2014 offseason has been spent rebuilding that problematic side of the ball. The renovated defense includes such notable players as Charles Woodson, Justin Tuck, LaMarr Woodley, Antonio Smith and more, who know how to build a strong front. Veteran leadership is vital for the Black & Silver to succeed, see if the new defensive squad can give this team a leg up with Oakland Raiders tickets!
5/28/14 - The Oakland Raiders have been busy overhauling both of their lines in the offseason and now, with the start of OTAs, we can see how the restructuring literally plays out on the field. The Raiders are "bigger and more physical on both sides of the ball" with at least 10 new starters looking to make an impression this spring—not to mention the battle brewing at running back between Darren McFadden and Maurice Jones-Drew. Score Oakland Raiders tickets now because this team is certainly one to watch in 2014!
5/20/14 - The Oakland Raiders buckled down their top pick Khalil Mack as soon as possible, locking in the first round selection with a standard four-year rookie contract. The Raiders also added more depth at WR; claiming Greg Little off waivers after the 24 year-old was dropped by the Browns. The receiver led the team in receptions in 2011 and 2012, but his occasional butter-finger tendency and distractions off the field were enough for the Cleveland organization to release him—all the better for the Raiders, who believe they can remedy these issues in the young and physically gifted Little. Score Oakland Raiders tickets and see what HC Dennis Allen can make of their new talent!
5/13/14- The Oakland Raiders came out on top in 2014 NFL Draft, making big moves with their early picks. The Raiders couldn't pass up the linebacker who's sure to be a playmaker from the get-go: No. 5 overall selection Khalil Mack. The Raiders took some risk with their next move, scooping up former Fresno State QB Derek Carr at No. 36 overall. While Carr will take the back seat this season, he could potentially become Oakland's franchise QB in the future. Will these picks pan out? Score Oakland Raiders tickets in 2014 and see how they do!
4/16/14 - The Oakland Raiders' preseason games will debut multiple new pieces donning the silver and black: QB Matt Schaub, in his first job since leaving the Houston Texans, RB Maurice Jones-Drew, WR James Jones, and Justin Tuck and LaMarr Woodley on the O-line. This new-look squad will kick off preseason with a visit to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 1 (Aug 7-10). Raiders nation will continue their campaign against NFC North foes when they take on the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions, before facing the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4. Oakland Raiders tickets for their final preseason matchup against the defending world champs start at $52 at O.CO Coliseum (Aug 28).
The Oakland Raiders schedule is statistically the toughest in the league (opponents have a combined winning percentage of .578). After finishing 4-12 last season, the silver-and-black will play against all teams from last year’s NFC and AFC Championships, traveling to Denver, Seattle, and New England, and hosting Denver and San Francisco. In Week 9, the Raiders will travel to Seattle to take on Terrelle Pryor and the defending Super Bowl Champions. Will we see him play a position other than quarterback? One week later, Denver arrives in Northern California for the third most in-demand game on the Raiders schedule. Is it a fluke that crosstown rivals the 49ers will visit O.CO Coliseum on December 7? The infamous rivalry game is the most expensive this year in Oakland $343, $75 more than the next priciest matchup which is the game in London against the Miami Dolphins. Matt Schaub will make his Raiders debut in New York as Oakland opens on the road for the fourth time in five years. One week later in Oakland, the former Texans QB will play the team that dumped him after one losing season (avg. $216).
2/12/14 – The 2014 Oakland Raiders schedule is the toughest in the league based on opponents performance last year. All three of the Raiders AFC West foes made the NFL Playoffs last season, which makes for an automatic threatening lineup. The Raiders will host the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Houston Texans, Arizona Cardinals, and San Francisco 49ers at home. Last week, Oakland announced numerous coaching hires: Joe Woods as defensive backs coach, Marcus Robertson as assistant defensive backs coach, Chris Boniol as assistant special teams coach and Vernon Stephens as assistant strength and conditioning coach.
12/16/13- The Oakland Raiders fell to Kansas City, 56-31, and officially granted the Chiefs a playoff berth. Thanks to seven turnovers (five by QB Matt McGloin) and a sieve-like defense that allowed Jamaal Charles to run 4 TDs down the field, the high-score KC finished with the most points a team has ever put up against the Raiders in history, leaving head coach Dennis Allen on the hot seat. Oakland is pitted against the resurgent San Diego Chargers this Sunday, with chances of dashing their postseason hopes once and for all. Oakland Raiders tickets are $154 on average and $71 to get into the California showdown.
12/10/13 - The banged up Oakland Raiders team were beat down by a fresh New York Jets squad, 27-37, in what the team considers their worst loss yet. Oakland entered the week outscoring opponents by 45 in the first quarter (largest margin in league), but on Sunday they fell behind 10 points early and never recovered. With every score the Raiders put up, the Jets answered, while special teams missed two big plays and the defense granted faulty Geno Smith a banner day. In Week 15 they’ll be back home where they can put forth their best effort against the formidable Kansas City Chiefs. Oakland Raiders tickets are moderately priced at $96 on average, but boast the highest get-in price at $42.
12/2/13 - The Oakland Raiders were unable to hold onto their first half lead, and fell to the Dallas Cowboys in Texas on Turkey Day, 24-31. After returning a fumble for a touchdown off of Dallas’ opening kickoff and dominating the first 30 minutes, the Raiders could not put out the fire DeMarco Murray blazed down the field, allowing him three touchdowns on the day. On the upside, franchise quarterback hopeful, Terrelle Pryor, will start to see some play action for the first time since injury! Next Sunday, the Silver and Black will extend their road trip to New Jersey to play the New York Jets. Oakland Raiders tickets are $38 to start.
11/26/13 - The Oakland Raiders lost to the Tennessee Titans in frustrating fashion on Sunday, unable to stop Ryan Fitzpatrick’s game-winning touchdown with 10 seconds left on the clock, resulting in a 23-19 finish. The Raiders are just one game behind to garner contention in the wildcard race, a very doable feat, as there is currently a six-way tie in the AFC. In a couple days the Black & Silver will go head to head against the Dallas Cowboys for a Turkey Day face off! Oakland Raiders tickets on Thanksgiving Day are the hottest of the holiday, at $231 on average—it might have something to do with an exciting Selena Gomez performance at half time!
11/19/13 - The Oakland Raiders not only beat the Houston Texans, 28-23, but showcased a stunning performance by 3rd string QB Matt McGloin, who provided a much-needed dose of adrenaline for the Raiders. Heading into Sunday with back-to-back losses and an injured Terrelle Pryor, the Raiders took a gamble and started undrafted rookie-free agent McGloin on the road against a desperate Houston squad. The result was better than what anyone could’ve asked for: McGloin became the first of his kind to make three touchdown passes and no interceptions in his first start, and sent the Texans spiraling further downward with their 8th straight loss. The Raiders will host the Tennessee Titans next week, with hopes that the rookie can propel them into the playoff race. Oakland Raiders tickets are among the cheapest of the week—get in for $40 or $94 on average.
11/12/13 - The Oakland Raiders suffered a disheartening loss, falling to the New York Giants 24-20 at MetLife on Sunday. In an ugly game, the Black and Silver were unable to maximize on numerous turnovers generated by Eli Manning, as Terrelle Pryor himself had a lackluster performance, including a very costly pick in the third quarter. Unable to scramble and make dynamic plays on Sunday due to a sprained MCL, the team hopes their QB will be up and ready to play the Houston Texans on the road. Oakland Raiders tickets are a moderately priced $120 on average, and $17 to get in.
11/5/13 - The Oakland Raiders were ungraciously trounced by the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday afternoon, losing 49-20. The Raiders were run amuck at home, despite being favored to win, and the defense allowed backup QB Nick Foles to tie the NFL record for most touchdown passes in a game, with 7. On the other hand, Terrelle Pryor went 22 of 41 for 288 yards and two interceptions before leaving in the fourth quarter from a knee injury. The Raiders will be on the road with hopes of shrugging off the blowout loss, to play the New York Giants this Sunday. Oakland Raiders tickets are surprisingly the second most expensive game of the week, at $324 on average.
10/29/13 - The Oakland Raiders came away victorious after Sunday’s close match against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 21-18. The Raiders started the day off magnificently, as Terrelle Pryor scored the longest rushing touchdown by a QB in NFL history, rushing 93 yards on the first play from scrimmage. The Raiders elite defense has allowed no more than 17.3 points on average from the opposition, and stuffed Roethlisberger’s 15-point fourth quarter rally. The Raiders will try to build on this momentum when they host the fading Philadelphia Eagles in Week 9. Oakland Raiders tickets have one of the highest get-in prices ($67) but average at $130 a seat.
10/22/13 - The Oakland Raiders are currently enjoying their bye week, after a crushing defeat by the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday, before coming back to face the Pittsburgh Steelers, a no longer winless team that has come up 2-4 on the season. The veteran Ben Roethlisberger and the young Terelle Pryor will both be putting up great fights and two completely different game management styles at O.co Coliseum on October 27, as Pryor has been working on releasing the ball earlier to avoid further penalty during the bye. The Raider’s offensive line has been given ample enough time to heal, and fans will be relieved to see the return of Wisniewski (center), Gurode (center/left guard), Pashos (tackle) and Watson (tackle) to the lineup. Oakland has lost their last ten games coming out of a bye week, a statistic they will try to squash, considering the Steelers haven't won in Oakland since 1995. Raiders tickets are averaging $174 a seat, as the Black and Silver try and outdo the Black and Yellow in Week 8.
10/16/13 - The Oakland Raiders were unable to put an end to AFC West rivals the Kansas City Chief’s perfect season, losing 7-24 and dropping to 2-4 on the season. It was a battering day for Terelle Pryor, who was sacked ten times because he had trouble getting rid of the ball in a timely fashion, and consequently received crushing blows from the monstrous Chiefs defense. Despite a valiant effort amid a deafening crowd, the Raiders were unable to maximize on their first half points. Distracted and unorganized by the hostile territory, Oakland racked up 11 penalties for 68 yards lost, Pryor threw three interceptions, which the Chiefs returned for 17 points and star running back Darren McFadden was held to just 52-yards rushing. The Oakland Raiders will enjoy their bye week and recoup after a rough game, to come back in Week 8 pitted against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
10/8/13 - The Oakland Raiders shocked the San Diego Chargers in a 27-17 rout during Sunday’s late night game in Northern California, the latest televised West Coast game in NFL history. After releasing backup QB Matt Flynn, the team welcomed back potential franchise quarterback Terrell Pryor, who withstood a concussion two weeks prior. Despite missing their top two running backs, the Raiders offense was solid, following wide receiver Rod Streater’s early 44-yard touchdown off the first play. The Raiders defense performed brilliantly, with four forced turnovers, a blocked field goal and ultimately limited the Chargers to just 32 rushing yards. The Raiders will face other division opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs, on the road with a history of 6 consecutive wins at Arrowhead Stadium. Oakland Raiders tickets on the road average at $173 in Week 6.
10/1/13 - The Oakland Raiders granted the Washington Redskins their first win of the season, in a 14-24 defeat at O.co Coliseum. Despite racking up an early 14 point lead, the Raiders, missing QB Terrell Pryor from last week’s concussion, and running backs Darren McFadden and Marcel Reece, quickly faltered and were unable to put up any more points the rest of the day. Backup quarterback Matt Flynn suffered Washington’s defense with 7 sacks and lost a fumble to Roy Helu Jr. who scored a touchdown to grant the Redskins the lead in the second half. In Week 5 Oakland will host San Diego, who often get the best of their North California rivals, winning 9 games in 11 against the Raiders. Oakland Raiders tickets, for their now primetime Sunday Night game against Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers, start at $24 and average at $94.
9/24/13 - The Oakland Raiders suffered more than just a loss to the Denver Bronco’s during Week 3’s Monday night game. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who presented a strong performance with 281 passing yards and no interceptions, suffered a concussion from a helmet-to-helmet hit by Bronco’s Wesley Woodyard during the fourth quarter. Coach Dennis Allen has since refused to project Pryor’s return to face the Redskins on Sunday. The Raiders, who led the NFL in sacks prior to Monday’s game, put up a surprising fight against the Broncos, but were unable to break Peyton Manning. With or without their starting quarterback, the Raiders will put up a convincing fight at home against the desperate 0-3 Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Rebuild. Improve. New attitude. This is the focus for Oakland Raider’s Head Coach Dennis Allen and team. The rebuilding process began in April when the Raider’s traded last year’s QB Carson Palmer to the Arizona Cardinals for a seventh round draft pick. In the same month, the Seattle Seahawks traded Matt Flynn to the Oakland Raiders for a 2014 fifth round pick and a conditional 2015 draft pick. Flynn is expected to be the starting QB for the Oakland Raiders; but Tyler Wilson, Terrell Pryor, and Matt McGloin are also competing for the spot. In addition, the Raiders signed six of the team’s ten selections from the 2013 NFL Draft. Also new to the Oakland Raider roster in 2013 is WR and return specialist Josh Cribbs and former Raider Charles Woodson.
With the rebuilding process in place, the Oakland Raiders will look to improve from last year’s dismal 4-12 finish. Can the silver and black pick up some wins against division opponents this year? Key games on the Raiders schedule will be against the San Diego Chargers (10/6), Kansas City Chiefs (12/15), and Denver Broncos (12/29). The latter is the most expensive of the three divisional games – Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos tickets are averaging $163, the second most expensive game this season at O.CO Coliseum. The most expensive game at the Oakland Raiders stadium will be Raiders vs. Steelers with an average ticket price of $200 even. Cheap Raiders tickets are available for the Oakland Raiders vs. Tennessee Titans game. After the average price of Oakland Raider tickets this year dropped $37 in the last six weeks, the team has one of the top ten cheapest NFL tickets in 2013. In fact, Raider tickets are $30 cheaper than last year on the secondary market.