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Oakland’s Offensive Line Still Key To Team’s 2015 Outlook — Raiders News

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Hayden was credited with one pass breakup when he stayed with B.J. Daniels, the Seahawks receiver/quarterback, on a deep route.



“He continues to make big catches”. “There’s no doubt that he can make plays”. He carried 12 times for 17 yards and a touchdown. Though, all the team has ever done is think they can find someone better. Oakland converted the onside kick but it was to no avail as Seattle held the Raider’s from advancing the ball and the Seahawks held on for their first win of the preseason and more importantly put to rest any doubts about the offense’s ability to score. Carroll says Thomas is on track to play in the opener at St. Louis.

“This has been more than a home to me…”

Additionally, users can with access to NFL Network can watch the replay of the game on the NFL Mobile app. Cody Fajardo, an undrafted rookie from Nevada who was released Tuesday, passed through waivers and would be an obvious pick to bring back into the fold. Baldwin got into Smith’s facemask on the sideline for a celebratory roar, while Kearse comically got out of the way so as to not get hit by the enthusiasm. It’s a safe bet the Seahawks don’t want to give those teams too much film, particularly when it comes to using new tight end Jimmy Graham.

He made his second consecutive start Thursday night against Oakland, and he was one of the few first-teamers who actually began the game.

“He’s finding his way”. He was mainly featured with the special teams group.

He may have the most total potential of the group, and has plenty of room for growth despite already polishing his skills pretty well.

But he’s also shown his ability as a receiver, capped by Thursday’s touchdown. “It’s a legitimate ankle sprain”. Indianapolis stole the energetic player from a Raiders defense, which lacked game-changing talent.

“It’s not my decision”, McGloin said. “That was a fantastic showing tonight”.

The Raiders now, however, look like they have an offensive line that might work, featuring center Rodney Hudson, left guard Gabe Jackson and left tackle Donald Penn.

That seems like a small “if”.

There’s an interesting predicament the Raiders have at receiver when final cuts are due.

Not that there had been much question remaining after the first three exhibition games, but this one made it increasingly obvious that Seahawk rookies Frank Clark and Tyler Lockett are a couple of gems – big-time play-making stars of the future.

Sio Moore traded from Oakland Raiders to Indianapolis Colts