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Interview on ESPN Radio Honolulu (Audio)

ESPN Honolulu was kind enough to have me on Sports Animals. Here is the audio.

Posted in 2011 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Campbell An Amazing Value

It isn’t often you can get a starting QB via trade. It is even more rare when you can get a starting QB for a fourth round pick two years into the future. The Raiders have added a year to

Posted in 2010 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: , , , ,

The Defensive Scheme Mystery

Tom Cable said in his day two press conference that Lamaar Houston would play “end” in the Raiders scheme. What? A 305 pound end? Bigger than Desmond Bryant, Richard Seymour and Tommy Kelly, While it would be easy to pinpoint

Posted in 2010 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: , , , , ,

Crabtree vs. DHB: Head-to-Head

Graham Harrell – 628 Pass Attempts, 442 Completions for 5111 yards and 45 TDChris Turner – 374 Pass Attempts, 214 Completions for 2516 yards and 13 TD Crabtree – 97 Receptions, 19 TD and 1165 yardsHeyward-Bey – 42 Receptions, 5

Posted in 2009 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: , , ,

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

Posted in 2009 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: , , , ,

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

Posted in 2009 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: ,

Draft Index Podcast 03/22/09

Posted in 2009 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Live from Alameda. Draft Special Sunday 4/27

I’m headed to Alameda for the draft next Saturday. I’ll have media credentials and I may have a chance to say a few words to Lane Kiffin as well. I know I’ll be able to sit in on some of

Posted in 2008 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: ,

Defensive End Might Be The Way To Go

Lets look at the defensive line as a whole, which many of us declared the weakest link of hte team last season Sapp’s retirement frees up Kelly to play the 3 tech DT spot, something he had rarely been able

Posted in 2008 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: ,

BPA vs Need: Old Argument; New Concept

It isn’t that you don’t always want to get the best player; you do. However, a team can’t just draft the BPA and ignore all their weaknesses. It is a balance. Too much on one side tips the scale. Talent

Posted in 2008 NFL Draft, NFL Draft Tagged with: ,

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