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Dennis Allen was disappointed with his Raiders' performance in the opener against Minnesota, but he found several positives to build on.
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Despite rookie quarterback Derek Carr's accelerated progress, head coach Dennis Allen explains why he is sticking with a veteran starter.
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Derek Carr finished his Raiders debut with a solid 62.5 completion rate, including 4-of-6 to start. But he's focused on the one play that went wrong.
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The Raiders' penalty yardage was roughly a third of their total net yardage. In a four-point game, disciplined football would've gone a long way.
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The Raiders did not need to win the game to impress their head coach, but the way they lost was somewhat of a disappointment in his eyes.
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Undisciplined and out of sync, the Raiders under-performed in their exhibition debut, as they were handled by the Vikings in a 10-6 loss.
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With plenty of new additions and talented carryover, the Raiders were expecting a leap in 2014. But these prospective starters failed to impress.
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The new and improved Raiders will take the field in their first real football of the season. Insider Scott Bair tells you who to keep an eye on.
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Maurice Jones-Drew and Darren McFadden are dealing with lingering injuries, so is it worth it to expose them in a game that doesn’t count?
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The Raiders announced another transaction a day before their preseason opener, bringing in a placekicker and former teammate of Derek Carr.
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Miles Burris is engaged in an intense position battle with Sio Moore, but he isn't concerned with how his competition is performing.
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Sio Moore keeps it loose, wearing cartoon pajamas after every practice. But he was nothing but straightforward with his goals for the future.
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Determining the preseason workload for Maurice Jones-Drew and Darren McFadden; auditioning a specialty tight end; preparing for physicality.
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With David Ausberry out and Mychal Rivera doing the pass-catching, the Raiders are auditioning a bruiser to do the dirty work in the trenches.
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The O-line may be the Raiders greatest strength, and Tony Sparano knows it. He believes his group can win games for the Silver and Black.

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RAIDERS SCOREBOARD

Sun, Dec 28
Final1234Tot
Oakland707014
Denver1010101747
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LeaderOaklandDenver
PassingD. Carr 158P. Manning 273
RushingL. Murray 37C. Anderson 87
ReceivingL. Murray 60D. Thomas 115
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