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Author: John Ramirez

Oakland Raiders Offense Needs to Improve to Take Wild West

The AFC West is currently the worst division in the league in terms of record through 13 weeks of play. There were big expectations for the division early in the season with the dynamic Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders offense returning most players in 2017, and a veteran Denver Broncos defensive unit who won the super bowl only two seasons ago. Even the Los Angeles Chargers had promise after they spent 2016 with main players on the injured reserve. With a three-way tie for first place between the Raiders, Chargers, and Chiefs at only six wins each, it...

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Michael Crabtree, Aqib Talib Suspension Reduced

In a tweet sent out by NFL Vice President of Football Communications, Michael Signora, the suspensions given to Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree and Denver Broncos Aqib Talib have been reduced from two games to one. The NFL announced the reduction after an appeal was filed by Derrick Brooks and James Thrash, who are the appeals officers representing both players. Crabtree and Talib had a bench clearing brawl on the sidelines just three minutes into the AFC west matchup last Sunday. Both were ejected from the game and received an initial suspension of two games by the league....

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