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Segment #1: Fags throwing flags

A Raider Greg opinion piece on the increasing number of penalties and resulting game stoppages in the NFL.

Segment #2: Raiders at Cleveland Browns Postgame

The Raiders beat the Browns in Cleveland for their first back to back wins in 44 games, the last time being in the first half of the 2012 season. They broke their 16 game east coast curse, their 11 game road skid, and have a 2-1 start for the first time since 2011. Raider Greg shares his feelings about the game, and we hear from Raiders insiders via the Raiders flagship station 95.7 The Game. First we hear some thoughts on the game from Greg Papa and John Lund from their radio show the day after the game. The a roundtable discussion from Tuesday's Football Hour with Greg Papa, John Lund, Lorenzo Neal and Bill Romanowski. Also comments from Charles Woodson following the game in Cleveland on his game sealing interception. Finally, we hear from Coach Del Rio at his Monday press conference.

Segment #3: Raiders at Chicago Bears Pregame

The Raiders head to Chicago this weekend to try to extend this win streak to three games. The Bears are one of four still winless teams, and are considered the weakest team of the four. The Raiders can't take  this game lightly though, as we all know how hard it is to  win any game in the NFL, let alone one in enemy territory. We'll hear comments from Raider Greg as well as Coach Del Rio.

Segment #4: Raider Nation “Boneline” Call-in Segment

You can call in to the Boneline and get on the podcast yourself. Toll-Free 1-800-620-7181. Try to keep your call around 2-3 minutes long. If we get a lot of calls we may not be able to air all of them, so make them good. Preference may be given to first time callers. Sorry if your call is not aired. Please call back to get on another show.

This week’s callers:

Boneline 444 Caller List

01. Ruben from North Carolina
02. Carson Raider
03. Raider Ng from South OC
04. Raider Realist from the East Coast
05. Raider Ben from Salt Lake City
06. Nebraska Raider
07. Disciple Raider of Orange County
08. The Bearded Raider from Watford England
09. ObiWan Raider in Maglolia, Texas
10. Raider Dan from KC
11. Raider Frank
12. Raider General in Michigan

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Music credit: The Raiders by Sam Spence; Back in Black by AC-DC; Blow the Whistle by Too Short; Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood.

Available in the iTunes store.

Running time - 1:27:34

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Segment #1: Raiders Win Thriller Over Ravens 37-33 In Oakland

The Raiders offense came through with an 80 yard touchdown drive to send the Ravens to their first 0-2 start in over ten years. We recap the game and hear from Coach Del Rio's postgame press conference, plus his appearance on the Rich Eisen Show. We hear from Derek Carr in the locker room after the game, plus as a guest on the Haberman and Middlekauff show on 95.7 The Game. We also hear from Raiders insider Scott Bair on the Damon Bruce show. Also we listen in on some of "The Football Hour" on 95.7 with Greg Papa, John Lund, Lorenzo Neal, and Bill Romanowski.

Segment #2: Raiders at Browns Pregame

Some pregame thoughts as the Raiders prepare to travel to Cleveland for their first away game of 2015.

Segment #3: Raider Nation “Boneline” Call-in Segment

You can call in to the Boneline and get on the podcast yourself. Toll-Free 1-800-620-7181. Try to keep your call around 2-3 minutes long. If we get a lot of calls we may not be able to air all of them, so make them good. Preference may be given to first time callers. Sorry if your call is not aired. Please call back to get on another show.

This week’s callers:

01. Raider Malik in Tucson
02. Ruben from N. Carolina
03. Pennsylvania Raider
04. Raider Realist
05. Justin from Binghamton, NY
06. Raider John from Northwest Raider Booster Club
07. Raider DJ
08. Raider Bengie from Fresno
09. Moneyman has spoken Raider
10. Raider D from the I.E.
11. Raider Ing from South Orange County
12. The Bearded Raider from Watford, England
13. Raider Fan NC
14. The 707 Raider in Santa Rosa, California
15. Raider Nicole "The Portuguese Bomber"

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Music credit: The Raiders by Sam Spence; Back in Black by AC-DC; Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood.

Available in the iTunes store.

Running time - 1:46:10

Listen to the show now:
http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/podcasts/RNP-Show443-2015-09-24.mp3
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http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/podcasts/RNP-Show442-2015-09-16.mp3





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Segment #1: Bengals at Raiders 2015 Season Opener - Postgame Breakdown

Raider Greg was at the game, and he shares thoughts on the game, the tailgate parties, the hopes of the fans, and the outcome. We also hear from Coach Del Rio as he does a phone interview with Damon Bruce on the Raiders' flagship station 95.7 "The Game". We also hear part of Coach Del Rio's postgame press conference.

Segment #2: Ravens at Raiders Pregame Thoughts

Pregame thoughts on this week's matchup with the Baltimore Ravens. Coach Del Rio talks with Damon Bruce about how the Raiders will prepare for this Ravens game.

Segment #3: Raider Nation “Boneline” Call-in Segment

You can call in to the Boneline and get on the podcast yourself. Toll-Free 1-800-620-7181. Try to keep your call around 2-3 minutes long. If we get a lot of calls we may not be able to air all of them, so make them good. Preference may be given to first time callers. Sorry if your call is not aired. Please call back to get on another show.

This week’s callers:

01. Johnny D "The Bluegrass Raider"
02. Raider Steve in Vegas
03. Colorado Chris
04. Raider Chuko from East L.A.
05. Raider Jesse James from Dallas, Texas
06. Raider Grant from the Pacific Northwest
07. Raider T-Bone from the Pacific Northwest
08. Raider Dave from Baltimore, Maryland
09. Moneyman has spoken Raider
10. Raider Red from Southern Illinois
11. The Raider General in Michigan
12. Raider Dan in Kansas City
13. Gem Raider in Glasgow, Scotland
14. Raider Nicole, "The Portuguese Bomber"
15. Raider Ron in Orange County

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- Subscribe free in iTunes
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Music credit: The Raiders by Sam Spence; Back in Black by AC-DC; Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood.

Available in the iTunes store.

Running time - 1:23:07

Listen to the show now:
http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/podcasts/RNP-Show442-2015-09-16.mp3
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http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/podcasts/RNP-Show441-2015-09-06.mp3





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Segment #1: Raiders 2015 Preseason Recap

Raider Greg gives his overall summary of the Raiders preseason and how he feels going into the regular season. We also hear a clip from the Raiders flagship station 95.7 The Game, an interview with former Raiders player Andre Carter. Andre gives his observations of Khalil Mack, his pass rushing skills, and tells us what kind of player he thinks Mack is and will be as he develops.

Segment #2: Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders Season Opener Preview

Pregame breakdown and prediction on the Raiders 2015 season opener at home. We also hear a little clip from Coach Jack Del Rio's preseason wrap-up press conference.

Segment #3: Raider Nation “Boneline” Call-in Segment

You can call in to the Boneline and get on the podcast yourself. Toll-Free 1-800-620-7181. Try to keep your call around 2-3 minutes long. If we get a lot of calls we may not be able to air all of them, so make them good. Preference may be given to first time callers. Sorry if your call is not aired. Please call back to get on another show.

This week’s callers:

01. Raider Fan NC
02. Captain Raider
03. Raider Tom from Minneapolis, Minnesota
04. The Raider Pirate from Ventura, California
05. Raider Todd in Long Beach
06. Cali in the south Raider
07. Obi-Wan Raider
08. Raider Sid The Desert Raider
09. Johnny D The Bluegrass Raider
10. Raider Grant in the Great Northwest
11. Raider Malik from Tucson
12. Moneyman has spoken Raider
13. Pennsylvania Raider
14. Raider Red in Southern Illinois
15. Raider Loon
16. Raider Disciple in Orange County

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Music credit: The Raiders by Sam Spence; Back in Black by AC-DC; Bad to the Bone by George Thorogood.

Available in the iTunes store.

Running time - 1:17:35

Listen to the show now:
http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/podcasts/RNP-Show441-2015-09-06.mp3
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Create Your Own Topic Here / Re: First time in Oakland
« Last post by Raider Argo on September 11, 2015, 10:12:36 PM »
Randy, I cannot thank you enough for all the great advice and information.  I am just packing the bags at the moment as i fly out to a good friend in San Antonio tomorrow before completing my travel in the bay area a week from tomorrow.

I will definitely get myself down to Ricky's on the Saturday evening for sure.  It sounds like the perfect set-up for some beers and a party before game-time on Sunday.

One last little question i would ask, what is the best way to get to the stadium on Sunday?  I will be staying across the bay in San Francisco as we fly in and out of that airport.  Sorry to pester again, just wanna come prepared and not miss any Raider action at the tailgate! :)

Looking forward to meeting you sir!

Hey Nation,

As i have mentioned in some other posts, i will finally be in attendance at the colliseum this coming season for the opener.  However it is also my first time in Oakland/Bay area and just looking for any advice on stuff do bo before Sunday?  Got Friday and Saturday - so looking for best bars to check out, music venues etc?  Just advice from my local nation family?

Cheers folks - see y'all in a few weeks!!

Raider Argo!

Well, you'll probably want to check out Ricky's Sports Bar in San Leandro, renowned Raiders bar, (Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill, 15028 Hesperian Blvd • San Leandro • CA • 94578 • 510-317-0200). They usually have a rally the night before a home game. They charge a cover charge of $10 or $15 I think....and sometimes they have pay per view fights on the same night as the rally, so if you get there early the cover charge might be higher like $25 to cover the fight. The line to get in starts getting pretty long and slow after about 8pm. Once it fills up, they will only let someone in after someone else leaves, due to their occupancy limit. They have a website (http://www.rickys.com), so you can check ahead of time....but they don't always update their site, so you might want to try calling to see what's happening on the night before whatever game you're going to. They are sure to have a rally the night before the home opener.

The Oakland Airport Hilton (1 Hegenberger Rd.) is also a good place to meet other Raiders fans (at the bar of course). The Raiders used to stay there the night before home games....and they may still do it, I'm not sure. Al Davis had made the place his permanent residence before he passed away.

Berkeley is interesting to check out....up around the University of California campus....Telegraph Avenue between Bancroft and Dwight.

The area around the Coliseum isn't too great....you probably don't want to go exploring around there, other than just going to the game on Sunday.

If you haven't been to San Francisco, you might want to check that out. Just search online for things to do there.

The view is great from the east bay hills. Grizzly Peak runs through Berkeley into Oakland and has panoramic views of the Bay. Skyline Blvd in Oakland has good views too. I think the best views are the stretch of Grizzly Peak between Centennial Rd. and Claremont Rd. They have some scenic turnouts where you can pull in and enjoy the view, take pictures, etc. There are some nice parks up there too. Tilden Park is nice and has picnic areas, a Merry-Go-Round, steam train ride, etc.

Argo, the best way to get in and out of the stadium is to take BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit). There is a BART station right at the Coliseum, the name of the station is COLISEUM STATION. Leaving the Coliseum can take a while, as you need to cross a pedestrian bridge that creates a bottleneck, and several hundred BART passengers shuffle their feet a few inches at a time. It will be crowded at the station, and you might have to wait a bit before there is room for you on a train, but it's easier than bringing a car. Here is a link to the BART "Quick Planner".

https://www.bart.gov

Just enter the station (into the BART trip planner) that you'll begin your trip at, and put Coliseum Station as your destination. If you let me know where you are staying, I can help you figure out which BART station you need to  get on at, and the best way to get to the station. If you want to come to our tailgate party, be usually arrive around 9am or shortly after. That's when the parking lot opens. Here is a link to directions in our forum on how to get to the party. See you there!

http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/forum/index.php?topic=56.0

Again can't thank you enough. I will most certainly be there at 9 to spend the tailgate with all you RNP family and all of the nation. Can't wait brother... Win is in the air... I know it 😊

We are staying in san Francisco but I will use the links you sent and get down there to party. Hoping to hit up the party on sat night too..
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I will also be making my way down for the home opener from the great white north. I have my Kenny Stabler (RIP) jersey ready to go and am looking forward to partying with the nation before we take the field to start the resurgence of the Autumn Wind.

Looking forward to meeting you down in Oakland dude!  I aint been this positive about a season for many years now, im expecting a good showing on both sides of the ball form our boys

I'm looking forward to meeting you too Argo. I'm actually living in Louisiana now (last 2 years)....so have only made one or two games each of the last two years....but this year I'm flying out for 5 games! The first two, the last two, plus the Vikings game on Nov. 15th. We'll get our videocast back in action! (starring Raider Argo!)  ;)

Looking very forward to it!!  I will also be in attendance for Green Bay and San Diego too!  you will be getting fed up looking at me after this season  :o

Almost time now. Sitting in LAX waiting on the next flight down. MLS game Saturday then its proper game time on Sunday.... 8)
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Create Your Own Topic Here / Re: First time in Oakland
« Last post by Calgary Raider on September 09, 2015, 11:36:19 AM »
As mentioned previously I'm also coming down for the home opener from the Great White North. I've already sent emails back to Kingsford Kirk and will be making my way to enjoy pre-game festivities with the Nation. I look forward to meeting Raider Greg and yourself Randy. Four more days until kickoff at O.co.

Go Raiders!
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Create Your Own Topic Here / Re: First time in Oakland
« Last post by Randy on September 07, 2015, 09:10:13 AM »
Randy, I cannot thank you enough for all the great advice and information.  I am just packing the bags at the moment as i fly out to a good friend in San Antonio tomorrow before completing my travel in the bay area a week from tomorrow.

I will definitely get myself down to Ricky's on the Saturday evening for sure.  It sounds like the perfect set-up for some beers and a party before game-time on Sunday.

One last little question i would ask, what is the best way to get to the stadium on Sunday?  I will be staying across the bay in San Francisco as we fly in and out of that airport.  Sorry to pester again, just wanna come prepared and not miss any Raider action at the tailgate! :)

Looking forward to meeting you sir!

Hey Nation,

As i have mentioned in some other posts, i will finally be in attendance at the colliseum this coming season for the opener.  However it is also my first time in Oakland/Bay area and just looking for any advice on stuff do bo before Sunday?  Got Friday and Saturday - so looking for best bars to check out, music venues etc?  Just advice from my local nation family?

Cheers folks - see y'all in a few weeks!!

Raider Argo!

Well, you'll probably want to check out Ricky's Sports Bar in San Leandro, renowned Raiders bar, (Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill, 15028 Hesperian Blvd • San Leandro • CA • 94578 • 510-317-0200). They usually have a rally the night before a home game. They charge a cover charge of $10 or $15 I think....and sometimes they have pay per view fights on the same night as the rally, so if you get there early the cover charge might be higher like $25 to cover the fight. The line to get in starts getting pretty long and slow after about 8pm. Once it fills up, they will only let someone in after someone else leaves, due to their occupancy limit. They have a website (http://www.rickys.com), so you can check ahead of time....but they don't always update their site, so you might want to try calling to see what's happening on the night before whatever game you're going to. They are sure to have a rally the night before the home opener.

The Oakland Airport Hilton (1 Hegenberger Rd.) is also a good place to meet other Raiders fans (at the bar of course). The Raiders used to stay there the night before home games....and they may still do it, I'm not sure. Al Davis had made the place his permanent residence before he passed away.

Berkeley is interesting to check out....up around the University of California campus....Telegraph Avenue between Bancroft and Dwight.

The area around the Coliseum isn't too great....you probably don't want to go exploring around there, other than just going to the game on Sunday.

If you haven't been to San Francisco, you might want to check that out. Just search online for things to do there.

The view is great from the east bay hills. Grizzly Peak runs through Berkeley into Oakland and has panoramic views of the Bay. Skyline Blvd in Oakland has good views too. I think the best views are the stretch of Grizzly Peak between Centennial Rd. and Claremont Rd. They have some scenic turnouts where you can pull in and enjoy the view, take pictures, etc. There are some nice parks up there too. Tilden Park is nice and has picnic areas, a Merry-Go-Round, steam train ride, etc.

Argo, the best way to get in and out of the stadium is to take BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit). There is a BART station right at the Coliseum, the name of the station is COLISEUM STATION. Leaving the Coliseum can take a while, as you need to cross a pedestrian bridge that creates a bottleneck, and several hundred BART passengers shuffle their feet a few inches at a time. It will be crowded at the station, and you might have to wait a bit before there is room for you on a train, but it's easier than bringing a car. Here is a link to the BART "Quick Planner".

https://www.bart.gov

Just enter the station (into the BART trip planner) that you'll begin your trip at, and put Coliseum Station as your destination. If you let me know where you are staying, I can help you figure out which BART station you need to  get on at, and the best way to get to the station. If you want to come to our tailgate party, be usually arrive around 9am or shortly after. That's when the parking lot opens. Here is a link to directions in our forum on how to get to the party. See you there!

http://www.raidernationpodcast.com/forum/index.php?topic=56.0

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Create Your Own Topic Here / Re: First time in Oakland
« Last post by Raider Argo on September 03, 2015, 04:38:13 AM »
Randy, I cannot thank you enough for all the great advice and information.  I am just packing the bags at the moment as i fly out to a good friend in San Antonio tomorrow before completing my travel in the bay area a week from tomorrow.

I will definitely get myself down to Ricky's on the Saturday evening for sure.  It sounds like the perfect set-up for some beers and a party before game-time on Sunday.

One last little question i would ask, what is the best way to get to the stadium on Sunday?  I will be staying across the bay in San Francisco as we fly in and out of that airport.  Sorry to pester again, just wanna come prepared and not miss any Raider action at the tailgate! :)

Looking forward to meeting you sir!

Hey Nation,

As i have mentioned in some other posts, i will finally be in attendance at the colliseum this coming season for the opener.  However it is also my first time in Oakland/Bay area and just looking for any advice on stuff do bo before Sunday?  Got Friday and Saturday - so looking for best bars to check out, music venues etc?  Just advice from my local nation family?

Cheers folks - see y'all in a few weeks!!

Raider Argo!

Well, you'll probably want to check out Ricky's Sports Bar in San Leandro, renowned Raiders bar, (Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill, 15028 Hesperian Blvd • San Leandro • CA • 94578 • 510-317-0200). They usually have a rally the night before a home game. They charge a cover charge of $10 or $15 I think....and sometimes they have pay per view fights on the same night as the rally, so if you get there early the cover charge might be higher like $25 to cover the fight. The line to get in starts getting pretty long and slow after about 8pm. Once it fills up, they will only let someone in after someone else leaves, due to their occupancy limit. They have a website (http://www.rickys.com), so you can check ahead of time....but they don't always update their site, so you might want to try calling to see what's happening on the night before whatever game you're going to. They are sure to have a rally the night before the home opener.

The Oakland Airport Hilton (1 Hegenberger Rd.) is also a good place to meet other Raiders fans (at the bar of course). The Raiders used to stay there the night before home games....and they may still do it, I'm not sure. Al Davis had made the place his permanent residence before he passed away.

Berkeley is interesting to check out....up around the University of California campus....Telegraph Avenue between Bancroft and Dwight.

The area around the Coliseum isn't too great....you probably don't want to go exploring around there, other than just going to the game on Sunday.

If you haven't been to San Francisco, you might want to check that out. Just search online for things to do there.

The view is great from the east bay hills. Grizzly Peak runs through Berkeley into Oakland and has panoramic views of the Bay. Skyline Blvd in Oakland has good views too. I think the best views are the stretch of Grizzly Peak between Centennial Rd. and Claremont Rd. They have some scenic turnouts where you can pull in and enjoy the view, take pictures, etc. There are some nice parks up there too. Tilden Park is nice and has picnic areas, a Merry-Go-Round, steam train ride, etc.
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Create Your Own Topic Here / Re: First time in Oakland
« Last post by Randy on August 30, 2015, 01:42:22 AM »
Hey Nation,

As i have mentioned in some other posts, i will finally be in attendance at the colliseum this coming season for the opener.  However it is also my first time in Oakland/Bay area and just looking for any advice on stuff do bo before Sunday?  Got Friday and Saturday - so looking for best bars to check out, music venues etc?  Just advice from my local nation family?

Cheers folks - see y'all in a few weeks!!

Raider Argo!

Well, you'll probably want to check out Ricky's Sports Bar in San Leandro, renowned Raiders bar, (Ricky's Sports Theatre and Grill, 15028 Hesperian Blvd • San Leandro • CA • 94578 • 510-317-0200). They usually have a rally the night before a home game. They charge a cover charge of $10 or $15 I think....and sometimes they have pay per view fights on the same night as the rally, so if you get there early the cover charge might be higher like $25 to cover the fight. The line to get in starts getting pretty long and slow after about 8pm. Once it fills up, they will only let someone in after someone else leaves, due to their occupancy limit. They have a website (http://www.rickys.com), so you can check ahead of time....but they don't always update their site, so you might want to try calling to see what's happening on the night before whatever game you're going to. They are sure to have a rally the night before the home opener.

The Oakland Airport Hilton (1 Hegenberger Rd.) is also a good place to meet other Raiders fans (at the bar of course). The Raiders used to stay there the night before home games....and they may still do it, I'm not sure. Al Davis had made the place his permanent residence before he passed away.

Berkeley is interesting to check out....up around the University of California campus....Telegraph Avenue between Bancroft and Dwight.

The area around the Coliseum isn't too great....you probably don't want to go exploring around there, other than just going to the game on Sunday.

If you haven't been to San Francisco, you might want to check that out. Just search online for things to do there.

The view is great from the east bay hills. Grizzly Peak runs through Berkeley into Oakland and has panoramic views of the Bay. Skyline Blvd in Oakland has good views too. I think the best views are the stretch of Grizzly Peak between Centennial Rd. and Claremont Rd. They have some scenic turnouts where you can pull in and enjoy the view, take pictures, etc. There are some nice parks up there too. Tilden Park is nice and has picnic areas, a Merry-Go-Round, steam train ride, etc.
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