Raiders coach Tom Cable made no declaration Sunday as to who his starting quarterback would be against the Arizona Cardinals, saying it was something he’d deal with this week.
There were no injuries to list, and most of the talk centered on the Raiders’ ability to be physical and play hard after a difficult opener.
More to come in the postgame wrap on how the quarterback switch helped ignite the Raiders, the platoon system of left tackles Mario Henderson and Jared Veldheer, the big games turned in by wideouts Darrius Heyward-Bey and Louis Murphy and a career-best 30-carry game for running back Darren McFadden . . .