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Video: Raiders Improve to 6-4 with 17-10 Home Win Over the Bengals

The Raiders trailed 7-0 but finally got things going on both sides of the ball, and improved to 6-4 on the season, 5-1 at home with a 17-10 victory.

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Raiders Look to Stay Hot Against the Bengals

The Raiders are coming off a win last Thursday against the Chargers, and will look to keep the ball rolling Sunday as they take on the winless Bengals.

Here’s a preview from the NFL:

A Computer Program Has the Raiders Making the Playoffs, Making a Deep Run in January

The Raiders are a darkhorse team to make the playoffs in the AFC, and today came out with an article about how technology has the Raiders making a deep run in the AFC.

TOMORROW-BOT has put out the teams for the playoffs, with the Raiders making it as a wild card as the 5th seed with a mark of 10-6.

The team’s first round playoff game would be against the Texans, here’s the result:

Oakland Raiders 30, Houston Texans 24 (OT): The Raiders tumble into a 17-0 pit on the road, but fate turns when Texans kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn — lining up for a patty-cake, 33-yard field-goal try — attempts to toss away a wildly botched snap. Fairbairn’s ugly lob loops sickly into the air before dribbling into the arms of Oakland’s Daryl Worley, who scampers the other way for a Raiders touchdown to stop the bleeding: 17-7. Texans star passer Deshaun Watson scorches the Silver and Black for 401 yards, but Oakland runner Josh Jacobs steals the show with a last-second 41-yard scoring blast that sends the tilt into overtime before the rookie stuns Houston’s crowd by ripping off a 71-yard touchdown dash 14 seconds into the fifth period. Video of Jon Gruden ripping off his shirt, Hulk Hogan-style, in the locker room devastates social media platforms for months on end.

From there the Raiders move on to play the top team in the AFC, the Raiders, and while it’s taken some time, the Raiders get some sweet revenge on Tom Brady and company:

Oakland Raiders 16, New England Patriots 13 (OT): Amid a blustery blizzard in Foxborough, the upstart Raiders flip the switch on hearts everywhere as they improbably unplug Tom Brady and the Patriots in a Mother Nature-dominated tilt capped by TB12’s killer strip-sack with less than a minute to go in overtime. Clelin Ferrell’s titanic blast of Brady looks and feels like a carbon copy of the hotly contested Charles Woodson takedown that morphed into Tuck Rule legend nearly 18 years ago to the day. A frostbitten, tearstained Gruden is carried off the field by his players, while Brady — asked if he’ll be back in 2020 — scowls at reporters and utters: “I haven’t decided a thing.”

The win puts the Raiders into the AFC Title game where they will play possible league MVP Lamar Jackson, and sadly the season which no one saw coming will come to an end to the AFC rep in the Super Bowl.

Baltimore Ravens 25, Oakland Raiders 19 (OT): Scheduled to ship off to Vegas, the Raiders emerge as an exploding national storyline. Deep-sixing the Patriots in a snowstorm will do that to a team, but the Cinderella act comes crashing down in Baltimore. After mining their way into overtime for a third straight week, Oakland forces the Ravens into a nasty fourth-and-4 situation from midfield with the tilt locked at 19-19. Dice-rolling Baltimore coach John Harbaugh puts his offense back on the field, dialing up the team’s Heisman package, featuring Lamar Jackson, backup passer Robert Griffin III and runner Mark Ingram. Oakland stacks the box and appears to have guessed right as Lamar hands the ball off to Ingram on a draw, but the former Alabama star flips the pigskin back to Jackson, who finds Griffin running free down the sideline with nobody closer than a country mile. RG3 waltzes into the end zone to send Baltimore on to the Super Bowl.

Video: Raiders Rally Late in AFC West Battle to Top the Chargers 26-24

The Raiders are over .500 as a late Josh Jacobs 18-yard run with 1:02 remaining helped Oakland pull out a 26-24 win over the Chargers Thursday night.

It’s the second close win for the Raiders in five days. The team now sits at 5-4 nine games into the 2019 campaign. Here’s the highlights of the Thursday win.

Raiders Coach Jon Gruden Comes Out Against Thursday Night Football

The Raiders will be in the primetime spotlight this week as they take on the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night football, but if there’s one person who is NOT looking forward to it, it’s Raiders coach Jon Gruden.

Oakland’s head coach Monday came out and basically slammed the idea of team’s playing on Sunday, and then having to come out four days later to play an important day.

“I hate this. I don’t believe in this Thursday football,” Gruden said. “We take a lot of pride in getting our guys ready to play — we need a little time to do that. But a lot of people disagree with me, obviously.”

Gruden has coached three Thursday games in his career — and lost all three of them. The first came on an ESPN “Thursday Night Special” in December 1999, when the Raiders fell to the Titans 21-14.

Raiders DE Arden Key Expected to Miss Rest of 2019 with a Broken Foot

Raiders defensive end Arden Key suffered a broken foot in Sunday’s win over the Lions and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.

Key intends to get a second opinion from renowned foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson before making any long term decisions but the team fears the worst.

A third-round pick out of LSU in 2018, Key has been one of the few bright spots on the defensive side of the ball for the Raiders and has recorded two sacks and four quarterback hits in seven games.

The Raiders are expected to move forward with rookie Clelin Ferrell, Josh Mauro, Benson Mayowa and Maxx Crosby as their primary pass rushers for the rest of the season.

Video: Jacobs Big Day Leads the Raiders to a 31-24 Win Over the Lions

The Raiders got a great effort from rookie back Josh Jacobs who went for 120 yards and two scores as Oakland improved to 4-4 with a 31-24 win over the Lions.

Here’s the highlights from the win:

Video: Raiders Can’t Close Out Watson and the Texans, Fall to 3-4 with 27-24 Setback

The Raiders played aggressive all afternoon down in Houston, but in the end Deshaun Watson was just too good, and Houston topped Oakland 27-24. The loss puts Oakland at 3-4.