The Oakland Raiders have promoted offensive line coach Tony Sparano to interim coach to replace the fired Dennis Allen.
The Oakland Raiders fired coach Dennis Allen on Monday night four games into his third season.
The Miami Dolphins had to deal with some off-field issues in the week leading up to their game against the Oakland Raiders in London, England, and everything seemed to revolve around the teams quarterback.
For the first time all season, the Miami Dolphins put together an all-around effort as they routed the Oakland Raiders to the tune of 38-14 in front of a sold-out Wembley Stadium.
Resembling an emergency room lobby rather than an NFL locker room, the Miami Dolphins reported 22 injured players in Thursday’s penultimate (Week 4) injury report. Meanwhile, with nine hobbled players on the mend, the Oakland Raiders will have some serious issues at the linebacker position going up against the Fins’ offensive attack.
As if a flight across the Atlantic Ocean to play a regular-season game wasn’t distracting enough, the Miami Dolphins don’t even seem to know who will be their starting quarterback.
With everyone trying to pretend this is just a normal week of practice, perhaps the best plan of action for the Oakland Raiders is to embrace the abnormality of being in London, and hope something positive happens.
The Miami Dolphins and the Oakland Raiders will have some unresolved issues when they collide at Wembley Stadium in Week 4 of the NFL season, which will be an international edition of the NFL on CBS.
Trying to put an end to a 2-game skid against the winless Oakland Raiders, the Miami Dolphins travel across the pond for an international edition of the NFL from Wembley Stadium in London, England.
The National Football League will wrap up its regular season this weekend and if you’re the head coach of a team not headed to the playoffs, Monday could become Black Monday very quickly.