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A Defensive Scheme Mystery

There is always going to be a good debate between fans on how the Raiders should scheme on defense. It really doesn’t matter what side you are on, because there are good arguments for both sides. There has been speculation

Posted in Front Office, Offseason 2012, Uncategorized Tagged with: , , , , ,

McKenzie Hired To Make Tough Decisions

Hue Jackson had been with the Raiders for two years. One as the offensive coordinator and one as the head coach. Both seasons ended with a record of 8-8 and no postseason play. The offense has improved since Hue has gotten

Posted in Offseason 2012 Tagged with: ,

3-4 Fits & Non-Fits

When you look at the Raiders current 4-3 defense, it appears the problem is very easy to solve. The Raiders have run a strict man-to-man defense for years. At certain times and with the right personnel it was successful. However,

Posted in Front Office, Offseason 2012 Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

Shocking Loss. Shocking Win?

A game like the one last Sunday against the Dolphins would cause any fan to start second guessing their team. It doesn’t mean you’re any less of a fan, it just means you expected a different result and are having

Posted in Raiders @ Dolphins, Raiders @ Packers, Regular Season 2011 Tagged with: , ,

A Tale of Two Seasons

It’s been a NFL season full of abnormalities due to the lockout and the Raiders have been no exception. Many thought the Raiders would finally find their grove. The team finally had a guy they could call their franchise quarterback

Posted in Regular Season 2011, Roster Moves Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Gut Check

After a week one win, on Monday night, against a division rival, the Raiders and the Raider Nation were flying high. The opening game curse was broken, the Prime Time curse was broken, Hue Jackson was 1-0 as a head

Posted in Jets @ Raiders, Raiders @ Bills, Regular Season 2011 Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

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