The Las Vegas Raiders announced that they are elevating LB Marquel Lee and TE Matt Bushman this week. The team has also placed TE Nick Bowers on injured reserve. Lee, 25, is a former fifth-round pick by the Raiders in 2017 out of Wake Forest. He was in the final year of a four-year, $2.65 million rookie contract and set to make a base salary of $735,000 for the 2020 season when the Raiders released him coming out of training camp.
The depth of the WR position has ensured that the Week 7 fantasy football rankings do not look as desolate as some other positions. However, injuries and the 2021 bye week schedule have still meant that there are some tough decisions to make this week. Where do the WRs on your fantasy team sit in our rankings for Week 7?
The Eagles are supposed to be in the midst of a short-term rebuild, but the organization is dealing with the conundrum of still having elite talent at important positions. Philadelphia plays in the NFC East and along with the NFL adding a 7th playoff team for both conferences, you now have the perfect recipe for another postseason appearance.
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Which Las Vegas Raiders should fantasy managers start this week? Let’s take a look!. Derek Carr had a bounce-back game in last week’s matchup against the Broncos, scoring 21.54 points. Carr has averaged 324.3 passing yards coming into this week. He will be tested by an Eagles defense that hasn’t allowed over 300 passing yards in a game this season. Carr is most likely to find success in the short game. Fantasy owners should be a bit hesitant to start him as he has not thrown more than two passing touchdowns in a game so far.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Las Vegas Raiders: Matchups, predictions for an intriguing battle between two fascinating teams
Sunday afternoon’s Philadelphia Eagles vs. Las Vegas Raiders matchup has a lot riding on it, especially for the 2-4 Eagles. The Raiders’ victory last week gave them some breathing room at 4-2 atop the AFC West. However, with strong competition in the division, this is a matchup in which they need to come away with a victory.
The Las Vegas Raiders will have their first home game since former coach Jon Gruden resigned. They will host the 2-4 Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller, who was added to the injury report Saturday with an ankle issue, doesn't "feel great," and the team is not expected to know until pregame warm-ups whether he can play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, a source told ESPN. Waller strained the inner...
After signing with Las Vegas Raiders during NFL Draft weekend and joining their practice squad, former BYU tight end Matt Bushman is set to make his NFL debut. The Raiders announced Saturday afternoon that they have elevated Bushman to their 53-man roster, replacing TE Nick Bowers. The Raiders take on the Philadelphia Eagles tomorrow afternoon at at 4:05 ET.
If Las Vegas Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III beats the Eagles deep Sunday at Allegiant Stadium (4:05 p.m., FOX TV, WIP 94.1-FM), it’s because someone didn’t listen. Eagles rookie DeVonta Smith, a trusted friend of Ruggs at Alabama, spent the week warning his teammates to be prepared for the young man who could be the NFL’s fastest player.
Check out odds, plays and more for the Las Vegas Raiders vs. Philadelphia Eagles NFL Week 7 matchup on October 24, 2021.
Ahead of the Las Vegas Raiders and Philadelphia Eagles Week 7 matchup, Brandon Lee Gowton of Bleeding Green Nation was kind enough to answer some of my questions about the Eagles for Raider Nation. 1. Through 10 starts, what are your thoughts on Jalen Hurts as the Eagles’ starting quarterback?...
LAS VEGAS – When the Eagles take the field Sunday against a Las Vegas Raiders team that likes to push the ball down the field through their passing game, they will do so without one of their starting defensive backs. The Eagles announced Saturday that safety Anthony Harris would miss...
Subscribe to Fortune Daily to get essential business stories straight to your inbox each morning. It’s about as close as the NFL comes to a slowdown this weekend. Six teams have byes, meaning it’s going to be a little harder to dodge those yardwork responsibilities. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some key matchups taking place.