1. A Chance Meeting with a Raiders Legend

    My love of watching athletic competition on any level and the simple act of supporting a friend’s daughter participating in a weekend High School Track & Field meet in Southern California ...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about over 5 years ago 188 reads 6 comments

  2. Will Cal Center Alex Mack Be the Raiders' Choice?

    A contingent from the Oakland Raiders including head coach Tom Cable, offensive line coach Jim Michalczik and line assistant Chris Morgan converged on Memorial Stadium on the campus of the University of California to take a closer look at Center Alex Mack

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 6 years ago 2,579 reads 66 comments

  3. Will the Raiders Provide Their Defensive Coordinator with the Tools To Succeed?

    The fastest way to make a team more competitive is to improve the defense. The Raider defense that John Marshall will coordinate has several holes to fill but the most work needs to be done with the front seven...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 6 years ago 9,690 reads 121 comments

  4. Seeds of Change in Raiders Front Office Are Bearing Some Fruit

    The 2008 season ended for the Oakland Raiders with a little bit of momentum heading into 2009 after two wins over the Texans and the Bucs, but there is still a lot of work to do in Oakland to right the ship...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 6 years ago 579 reads 50 comments

  5. The Oakland Raiders Will Draft a WR in 2009, Does It Have to Be in Round One?

    The three biggest needs for the Raiders on draft are OT, DT and WR. The Raiders will draft a wide receiver in 2009 but it doesn't have to be in the first round...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 6 years ago 1,841 reads 224 comments

  6. Oakland Raiders Need To Retool Defense in the Trenches

    Part IV – The DefenseThe Oakland Raiders finished the season on a two-game winning streak, which was nice to see, but also a 5-11 record and another top-10 draft slot...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 6 years ago 655 reads 30 comments

  7. Oakland Raiders Sense Change in the Air After Difficult 2008 Season

    Part III – The OffenseThe team ended the 2008 season on a high note by doing a few things that they haven’t done since 1999: win their last game and win a road game outside of California...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about almost 6 years ago 539 reads 4 comments

  8. Oakland Raiders Potential Team Modifications for 2009

    Part II – The Front Office When you speak of the front office of the Oakland Raiders it could be described as merely Al Davis, the people he has surrounding him or the people that he feels can do the job...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 3,459 reads 36 comments

  9. Oakland Raiders' Possible Changes in 2009

    Part One: Head Coach This will be a four-part series looking at possible changes in Oakland in 2009 discussing ways that the organization can go about putting together a competitive team...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 2,435 reads 43 comments

  10. NFL: Who Will Be This Year's Sack King?

    The majority of us football fans start off the season wanting to see our respective teams do well and have a successful season finished by a solid playoff run. At this point of the season it is about accepting what has happened good or bad...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 177 reads 3 comments

  11. Raiders routed 34-7; Lose to Chargers for the 11th straight time

    Oakland got behind and it got ugly real fast for the Raiders. This game like several over the past six seasons wasn’t pretty. The Raiders haven’t played sound football...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 294 reads 9 comments

  12. Why Are Defensive Players Forgotten When it Comes to NFL MVP?

    Every year the NFL names a league MVP and right or wrong it is always a talented and deserving offensive player. In my book I think that is wrong to in a sense say that the most valuable player ...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 1,479 reads 40 comments

  13. Raiders-Broncos: Oakland Avenges Week One Loss, 31-10

    A surprising thing happened during Week 12 in Denver for the Oakland Raiders. Going with the trend of the weekend, away teams outscored the home teams 425-332.The team that was expected to lose by 9...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 337 reads 19 comments

  14. The Steelers Defense: Putting on a Clinic

    The Steelers started off this season with unanswered questions and something to prove, like every other team that failed to win their last game and hold up the Lombardi Trophy...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 769 reads 0 comments

  15. Tom Cable: A Man of Many Hats, Fewer Offensive Options

    After the debacle that was the Atlanta Falcons game, Al Davis strips Offensive Coordinator Greg Knapp of the play-calling duties he inherited with the departure of Lane Kiffin...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 483 reads 6 comments

  16. Big Game out West: Lakers vs. Hornets Preview

    This is a matchup of the two best teams in the Western Conference last season. The last time the teams met was near the end of the regular season on a hot weekend for the Lakers when ...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 183 reads 0 comments

  17. Thoughts on the 2009 NFL Draft for the Oakland Raiders

    The 2009 NFL Draft, as of this posting, is 171 days away but the Raiders are on the clock. The Oakland Raiders will be looking at a top five pick in the draft, again. The needs for the team are OL, DT, MLB, WR, SLB, FS...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 7,033 reads 73 comments

  18. Raiders set to Jettison DeAngelo Hall

    The Oakland Raiders came to the realization that the DeAngelo Hall experiment has not worked. This decision proves that the team made a mistake in signing him in the off-season and basically ...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 1,131 reads 4 comments

  19. Lakers Lock Up Andrew Bynum with Four-Year Extension

    The Los Angeles Lakers have signed center Andrew Bynum to a multi-year extension reportedly worth $58 million. The deal removes the possibility of the 21-year-old center becoming a free agent...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 412 reads 5 comments

  20. The Los Angeles Lakers Are Off and Running

    The Lakers have started the 2008-2009 season off with a bang. The team that has gotten off to an excellent start with two impressive wins, is the same one, we saw walk off the court defeated in game six of the NBA Finals...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 856 reads 11 comments

  21. Raiders lose both of their Forgotten Men

    The forgotten men that the Raiders lost are the two players that play the fullback position. Justin Griffith and Oren O’Neal, both are solid players that were instrumental in the 2007 and current seasons running game...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 247 reads 10 comments

  22. Ravens-Raiders: A Preview

    This is a rematch of the two teams that played for the AFC Championship in Oakland eight years ago, a game won by the Ravens 16-3 en route to their Super Bowl championship in 2000.One team will come out of this game on a two-game winning streak...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 613 reads 8 comments

  23. Raiders Top Jets in Overtime 16-13; A Win to Build Upon

    The Raiders' huge 16-13 win over Brett Favre and the Jets allowed them to break both a three game losing streak and a four-game home losing streak. Kicker Sebastian Janikowski's 57-yard FG in overtime was the difference...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 148 reads 2 comments

  24. The NFL Needs Full-Time Officials

    All of us football fans, on game day, take to our favorite chair in our living room, entertainment room, den, back room, basement, friend’s house, or local sports bar to watch football games...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 784 reads 3 comments

  25. The NFL needs Full-Time Officials

    All of us football fans on game day take to our favorite chair in our living room, entertainment room, den, back room, basement, friend’s house or local sports bar to watch football games...

    Jeff Little Written by Jeff Little about 6 years ago 845 reads 0 comments