Monthly Archives: October 2009

Happy Halloween: Raiders Style

This is how the Raiders pumpkin turned out. I posted a lower resolution photo on Twitter last night, but thought I’d share the end result with everyone. Please don’t drink and drive. Drink, eat and scare the crap out of

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Familiar Challenges

The Raiders dominated the Eagles offensive line to win the game in Oakland last Sunday. It was unique game for the Raiders, who in large part didn’t have to respect running lanes with the pass happy Eagles in town. No

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No Charges For Tom Cable

Here is the description of what happened from the DA’s press release: "Mr. Cable became angry and rushed toward Mr. Hanson. At that juncture, one of the other coaches in the room stepped in between the two and Mr. Cable

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Late Postgame

I am still on vacation and as such haven’t had a chance to watch the game on NFL.com. When I get back to Nor Cal on Wednesday you should see something up in the way of postgame. I figured with

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The 12th Man

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2msmYpNXic

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Paul Just Can’t Hackett

Paul Hackett is/was the wizard savior of a quarterbacks coach whose tutelage of JaMarcus Russell was supposed to propel the Raiders into respectability. By many league accounts Russell is already a bust. It is difficult to argue with what everyone

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Crapcap: Raiders 7, Giants 99

There you go, another terrible game from your 2009 Oakland Raiders. You know why it hurts so bad this time of year? Because you came into the season with high expectations. Maybe you were even trying to be realistic with

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Randy Hanson Speaks

Exclusive by Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports. You can find it here.

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Game 5 Preview: Raiders @ Giants

The Raiders are 1-3. A single win that came against a bad team in a game in which the offense played poorly except for on the final drive. Embarrassed against the Broncos at home and on the road in Houston,

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Teammates Defend Russell

Earlier today I posed the question via Twitter, “Mr. Russell: Are you or aren’t you doing the things it takes to be good and win?” I asked the question amid a flood of information regarding Russell missing and/or being late

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Twitter

  • Read that risk of re-tearing same ACL is about half that of non-reconstructed ACL, but the type of graft is also a factor.
    about 19 hours ago
  • @FO_ScottKacsmar No doubt. It's part of what makes him so good. Figures out quickly where he wants to go and goes there.
    about 20 hours ago
  • I'd say at $32M per team that all teams can afford it. https://t.co/t4p8DcyOm2
    about 20 hours ago
  • Yeah, but he'll sacrifice passing productivity to not get pressured. https://t.co/AMNyytG93p
    about 20 hours ago
  • We've never really received a reasonable explanation as to why Green never gets more playing time to my knowledge.
    about 20 hours ago