Raiders News And Rumors: Raiders Lose, But Woodson Wants To Return

Raiders News And Rumors: Raiders Lose, But Woodson Wants To Return

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Heading into Week 15, the Oakland Raiders were looking to upset the playoff-bound Kansas City Chiefs, but suffered their most embarrassing loss in franchise history. With the defense unable to stop Jamaal Charles, the Pro Bowler had five total touchdowns and helped destroy the Raiders, 56-31.

With the Raiders evaluating the quarterback position, both Matt McGloin and Terrelle Pryor struggled. The rookie quarterback had his worst performance of his young career as he threw a career-high five interceptions and had a fumble. While he did have two touchdowns and 297 yards, head coach Dennis Allen eventually replaced him with  Terrelle Pryor.

Despite the embarrassing loss, Charles Woodson reiterated his desires to return to Oakland next season. With the team having ample cap room this upcoming off-season, the team should be able to re-sign Woodson and keep the former Defensive Player of the Year in Oakland for another season.

Raiders Tribune News

Charles Woodson On Raiders: ‘I Want To Come Back More Than Ever’

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Raiders News

Turnover Rate For Raiders’ QBs Is The Wrong Kind – San Francisco Chronicle

Thompson: Raiders’ Loss To Chiefs An Indictment Of Dennis Allen – San Jose Mercury News

Matt McGloin Retains Starting QB Gig – ESPN

Oakland Raiders Defense Looking For Answers After Blowout Loss – Contra Costa Times

Raiders Give Up Record 56 Points To Chiefs – San Francisco Chronicle

NFL News

Dolphins Announce Incognito’s Suspension Continues – Pro Football Talk

Packers Planning For Flynn To Start, But Rodgers Not Ruled Out – Pro Football Talk

NFC West: Fitzgerald Dealing With Concussion – SB Nation

Shanahan: Griffin ‘Clearly’ The Starting QB – SB Nation

Report: Shanahan Wants To Return In ’14 – Bleacher Report