Each week, Raiders Quarterback Derek Carr joins Sports Director Tommy Tran to talk about what went right. What went wrong. And hot topics in the NFL and anything Fresno State Bulldogs related.This week's topics include (marked by minute):-- Loss to Patriots in Mexico City coming off a bye-week-- Running the ball well down 14-0 until Seth Roberts fumble changed game (1:50)-- Next two games at home & AFC playoff picture (2:45)-- Denver Defense, anything different from 16-10 loss in Week 4 on film?
Each week, Raiders Quarterback Derek Carr joins Sports Director Tommy Tran to talk about what went right. What went wrong. And hot topics in the NFL and anything Fresno State Bulldogs related.-- HOW'S THE BACK FEELING?
A viewer on FB Live asked @CamWorrell whether Jeff Tedford & OC Kalen DeBoer would use the TE's more vs Boise St, or would we see a healthy dose of RB's with Hokit, Mims & Rivers.
Cam's answer & why Broncos defense will look a lot like Bama's on Saturday. https://t.co/Te4LgzgA9u
MW Defensive Player of the Week George Helmuth (Clovis North HS) breaks down the challenge preparing for 2 Bronco QBs.
Da'Mari Scott is 1 of 4 players to go vs Boise State when the two schools last met in conference title game in 2014. Is rivalry talked about among players? https://t.co/SkRjZuyj3e
Great feature piece on Fresno native Tyler Horton (Edison HS) from @Dominic_Shelden & folks in Boise. Just one of the storylines heading into this Saturday's MW battle at Bulldog Stadium. https://t.co/sXVg4O4854
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Selecting a term
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