#Raiders and #Broncos injury report. Johnathan Abram was limited with a shoulder/calf injury. Josh Jacobs (illness) and Quinton Jefferson (back) did not participate. pic.twitter.com/R3nXhmakAN
Expectations are the #Broncos should beat the #Raiders on Sunday; things could get real ugly really fast if they don't | with @byesline and @jamesmerilatt | presented by @MW_INFINITI pic.twitter.com/qyizi1NPvA
Broncos have the most 4th down conversions in NFL with 8 (out of 9 tries). #Raiders are tied for most allowed with 6 (out of 10)
🏴☠️🏈🐴📽️ December 3, 1989 The #Raiders defeated the Broncos 16-13 in OT @ Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The late owner Pat Bowlen was on the sideline. PK Jeff Jaeger ended the game with a 26-yarder through the uprights. Rookie HC Art Shell 🎙️ Dick Enberg with Bill Walsh pic.twitter.com/5qBVjcQVUB
Who is the interim head coach for the Raiders?
Rich Bisaccia, who enters his 38th year coaching, was named interim head coach for the Las Vegas Raiders on October 11 following the resignation of Jon Gruden. Rich Bisaccia will serve as Interim Head Coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, effective immediately. KELOLAND.comRaiders interim head coach Rich Bisaccia has ties to Siouxland area
Who replaces Gruden?
Bisaccia, 61, is a longtime NFL special teams coordinator. He has held that title with the Raiders since 2018 when Gruden returned to the franchise. Sporting NewsWho is Rich Bisaccia? What to know about Raiders' interim head coach replacing Jon Gruden
What team did Jon Gruden win a Superbowl with?
Gruden, who coached the Bucs from 2002 to 2008, led Tampa Bay to its first title with a win over the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII in 2002, becoming the youngest head coach to do so at 39. He remained the youngest until Mike Tomlin (Gruden's former defensive backs coach with the Bucs) did so in 2008 in Super Bowl XLIII. Sports IllustratedBuccaneers Remove Jon Gruden From Team's Ring of Honor After Email Scandal
Did Jon Gruden resign as Raiders head coach?
"I have resigned as Head Coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. I love the Raiders and do not want to be a distraction. Thank you to all the players, coaches, staff, and fans of Raider Nation. I'm sorry, I never meant to hurt anyone,'' Gruden said in a statement released Monday night. CBSSports.comJon Gruden resigns as Raiders coach after more leaked emails reveal homophobic, misogynistic language