Terrelle Pryor backed off comments his agent made accusing the Oakland Raiders of putting him in a position to fail by putting him back in the starting lineup for Sunday’s season finale against Denver.
Terrelle Pryor will start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, replacing Matt McGloin for the final regular-season game against the Denver Broncos.
There are some teams that have already sent out signals that their coaching staffs are not safe once the current NFL season is over, and it has a lot of people on edge. There is also one college coach that was looking ahead to a possible NFL job by making sure his contract didn’t keep him in one place.
Philip Rivers threw a go-ahead, 4-yard touchdown pass to rookie Keenan Allen in the third quarter and the San Diego Chargers remained alive in the playoff race by overcoming three turnovers to beat Oakland 26-13 on Sunday.
As the San Diego Chargers know all too well, their playoff fate may be sealed by the time they take the field this Sunday afternoon at home against Oakland.
Stop for a minute and imagine just where the San Diego Chargers might be now had they won just a few of those games they lost in the final minutes earlier this season.
For the San Diego Chargers, kicking back this past Sunday to watch some football was not as relaxing as they might have hoped.
As if playing in the Eastern time zone where they’ve lost 12 straight games isn’t bad enough, the Oakland Raiders could be facing snowy conditions for Sunday’s game in New York.
Dennis Allen’s second season as coach of the Oakland Raiders is starting to look a lot like his first — and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
The NFL is looking to make its global following much bigger than it already is, but they’ve got to have some things straightened out before people will accept it. That includes having some incredibly strange happenings going on around the different teams.
The endless genius of the NFL can’t be completely quantified. But part of pro football’s popularity is burning its image in our culture and our consciousness. While baseball and basketball have their July 4 and Christmas brands, they are afterthoughts, or leftovers, compared to the NFL’s hallmark roll call.
Matt McGloin’s rapid ascent from undrafted rookie to starting NFL quarterback is headed to the big stage.
As painful as it was to blow a late lead and lose a game that dropped them from sixth place to 12th place in the AFC standings, the Oakland Raiders have no choice but to move ahead.
Matt McGloin’s rapid ascent from undrafted rookie free agent could lead to him becoming the regular starting quarterback for the Oakland Raiders.
Problems abound in the NFL sometimes, and it takes a lot the backing and support from your teammates, coaches, ownership and more to keep you a part of a franchise. Those problems can be injuries, losing streaks and even just rumors.