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2015 Oakland Raiders Tickets – Coliseum Carnival

Say what you like the Oakland Raiders still bring in the most eclectic crowd in the NFL. Oakland Coliseum can be a nasty place for a visiting team. Banking a win or two early in the season could set the tone for the rest of 2015. The AFC West title has long eluded Oakland and just having some say in who gets the crown would be a major step up for the Raiders. Divisional games with the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, and the San Diego Chargers should top your Raiders tickets list. But also be on the scout for Raiders tickets when the Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins, and Indianapolis Colts come to Oakland Coliseum.


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Oakland Raiders Tickets – Battle for Respectability

How many years has it been since Oakland Raiders tickets lived up to the myth? Not since Rich Gannon led the raiders to a Super Bowl. Since then it’s been a seemingly endless trip of blunders, blown draft picks, and Al Davis induced myopia. The fans in Raiders Nation have held fast though, making the pilgrimage to Oakland Coliseum only to meet the same fate as a moth drawn to a flame. But now the worm has turned. The Oakland Raiders seem to coming to their senses, ditching the mistakes of the past, and coming to terms with the new NFL while retaining the best parts of Raiders tradition. Let’s take a look at what 2010 Oakland Raiders tickets are ready to dish out.

The 2010 Oakland Raiders – Meet the New Boss

The biggest news to come out of the Oakland Raiders camp in 2010 is the dumping of quarterback Jamarcus Russell. Long an Al Davis project, the attitude and work ethic Russell never possessed finally became too much. But the Raiders didn’t just go blindly into a Russell-less life. A trade for former Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell , giving up only a 4th Round pick, has now given the Oakland Raiders a hard working, competent NFL caliber quarterback, one who is as anxious to prove himself as the Raiders are to climb the NFL ladder Back to respectability.

Jason Campbell is no stranger to adversity and new beginnings. In his NFL career he’s been under the tutelage of a new offensive coordinator every year in the league. Campbell will now work under Hue Jackson, the O-coordinator who helped form both Carson Palmer and Joe Flacco into upper tier NFL quarterbacks. While a training camp competition will give both Bruce Charlie Frye and Bruce Gradowski a chance to compete there’s little doubt that Campbell will be under center when the season starts.

As much as the Raiders were criticized for selecting Darrius Heward-Bay, there’s little doubt that the QB issues affected his development. The feeling around the Raiders is that both Heyward-Bay and Louis Murphy could blossom in 2010 giving the Oakland raiders a more potent offensive attack. Questions in the ground game will be answered in training camp as Michael Bush and Darren McFadden battle it out for the starting job. Both bring something different to the table. Bush is more of a pounder and probably more durable. McFadden is smaller, more explosive, and more likely to bust open the big play. Both will get plenty of carries and the situation could change as the season goes on.

 

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The 5 Greatest Oakland Raiders of All Time - The Cheat Sheet

The Cheat Sheet

The 5 Greatest Oakland Raiders of All Time
The Cheat Sheet
Just win, baby. No matter what happens to the franchise, the Oakland Raiders will always be inexorably linked to Al Davis, their late (and cantankerous) owner. After a series of well-documented spats, Davis moved the franchise from Oakland to Los Angeles ...

Raiders officially release S Tyvon Branch - Boston Herald

Raiders officially release S Tyvon Branch
Boston Herald
Branch joined Oakland as a fourth-round pick out of Connecticut in 2008. Branch immediately became an impact player and started 62 of 64 games from 2009-12. He was slowed by injuries the past two seasons and played only five games. He had one year ...

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Oakland Raiders' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency - Bleacher Report

Bleacher Report

Oakland Raiders' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency
Bleacher Report
Oakland didn't have the personnel to succeed, and the dumpster fire that was the team's finances crippled the team even further. The organization spent a decade trying to dig its way out of a hole, which caused it to sink further and further into mediocrity.

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Did you miss our chat on the Raiders one step closer to leaving Oakland? View ... - Contra Costa Times

Did you miss our chat on the Raiders one step closer to leaving Oakland? View ...
Contra Costa Times
How has the $1.7 billion stadium proposal out of Carson, just east of Los Angeles, changed the dynamics for Oakland and the Raiders? Check out our broadcast and hear what our experts think. Our panelists included Raiders beat writer Jerry McDonald, ...

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Raiders thinking small when it comes to Oakland stadium - Contra Costa Times

Raiders thinking small when it comes to Oakland stadium
Contra Costa Times
O.co Coliseum, which the Raiders share with the Oakland A's, lacks many amenities that generate revenue for team owners. It also has the smallest capacity of any NFL stadium at a little more than 53,000 ever since the Raiders decided to tarp over nearly ...

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