Fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night became the latest visiting group to find a homefield advantage in Allegiant Stadium.
Josh McDaniels made one of the worst coaching decisions in his 20 games leading the Raiders during a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.
Upsets by the Texans over the Jaguars, Colts over the Ravens and Cardinals over the Cowboys eliminated $3.4 million worth of Circa Survivor entries (3,443).
Aces guard Jackie Young was an egregious omission from the WNBA’s recently announced all-defensive teams. She’s one of the best two-way players in the league.
The soon-to-be-Las Vegas Athletics are a public relations nightmare off the field, most recently with a problematic retirement gift to a future Hall of Famer.
Coming off a blowout loss to the Buffalo Bills, the Raiders need to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on “Sunday Night Football” to avoid more early-season slippage.
Trailing 30-20 with four seconds left Sunday against the 49ers, Rams coach Sean McVay decided to attempt a field goal, which was good and covered a 7½-point spread.
Freshman quarterback Jayden Maiava replaced starter Doug Brumfield in the first quarter Saturday and led the Rebels to a last-second victory over Vanderbilt.
In a baffling decision that dealt a bad beat to Niners bettors and gave many Rams bettors a backdoor cover, Los Angeles kicked a 38-yard field goal as time expired in its 30-23 loss.
The Raiders were rudderless yet again under Josh McDaniels, who suffered his most lopsided loss since taking over the team and now has an 18-29 coaching record.
Social media has almost universally made the judgment that Maddy Glab needs to be fired her job as a Bills team employee, but maybe we should take a breath.
The Raiders have played just one of 17 games, but if guys play harder for someone they admire, effort won’t be an issue with Jimmy Garoppolo in charge.
There are overreactions every week in the NFL. But with the possible exception of the San Francisco 49ers, no team is as good or bad as it looked in Week 1.
Actor Mark Wahlberg was at the grand opening of Yahoo Sportsbook powered by William Hill at The Venetian on Sunday for Week 1 of the NFL season.
Poised and productive in the fourth quarter, Jimmy Garoppolo, the Raiders’ new quarterback, led the team to a season-opening victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday.