Monthly Archives: April 2009

Crabtree Disses Raiders

PFT had a piece from Raiderbeat.com about Crabtree Dissing the Raiders. It was briefly removed from the chat and has now been re-posted. Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech“I’m not cocky at all, bigjayboogie! People talk, man, but I’m a cool

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Crabtree or Raji?

BJ Raji currently holds a five vote edge over Michael Crabtree in the ongoing poll. Since they are now the clear front-runners I will now compare the two. Raji seems to be the perfect fit as a Nose in a

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The Raider Way: Don’t Trade Down

Peter King of Si.com put together a table of recent draft weekend trades. It turns out, the Raiders traded up six times and down just one time in the last five years. A little math brings us to a ratio

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Aaron Curry Falling? Raider Nation Dreams

Do you remember my previous post? Never trust anything you hear the week of the draft. Not even from me. We all can get it twisted this last week. One thing I can say for sure, the good NFL teams

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Draft Week 2009: Things to Remember

So with draft week here finally, I just want to remind everyone of a few historical facts when it comes to the Raiders. 1. The Raiders have not drafted an Offensive Lineman in the first round since Robert Gallery in

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Raiders Schedule Not Forgiving

I waited to post my thoughts about the release of the Raiders schedule. I wanted to chew on it a little. There will be and have been complaints about the way this schedule looks for the Raiders. However, I hate

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Twitter

  • @WillisFletcherJ I just boiled down your twitter effort to unfair numbers as you did with McKenzie's record.
    about 11 mins ago
  • @WillisFletcherJ Willis Fletcher 12 followers, 144 following.
    about 13 mins ago
  • @saml23 Maybe some. Better revenue.
    about 14 mins ago
  • Reggie McKenzie's experience was predominantly on the pro side, not the college side. I said the opposite the other day.
    about 16 mins ago
  • @26DrDeath @JustBlogBaby A guy can just as easily wow in an interview, get the job and then tank.
    about 33 mins ago