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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: ,

2011 Bold Predictions Revisited

Prediction 1: Matt Shaughnessy will have 10 sacks or more. Result: Shaughnessy played in three games registering 1 sack. There is no way of knowing is Shaughnessy would have made it to 10 sacks and the three games was too

Posted in Offseason 2012, Predictions, Regular Season 2011, Uncategorized 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: , , , , , , , ,

Reggie McKenzie to be Raiders GM

Green Bay Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie will be the Raiders next general manager according to an ESPN report. The Raiders general manager had been owner Al Davis since 1963. Thus a new era of Raiders football begins

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Twitter

  • RT @greggrosenthal: Not picking up a fifth-year option is basically saying 'we regret taking you': Joeckel, Mingo, Warmack, Hayden, Sylvest…
    about 8 hours ago
  • May not be actual value. Like stock prices on Wall St., they are often influenced by media. https://t.co/mkswYhAagH
    about 14 hours ago
  • @nestah_ I could. Weak division
    about 14 hours ago
  • I applaud Gase for trying something different.
    about 14 hours ago
  • Interesting. Don't think it will make much of a difference either way. https://t.co/52uoobH3xG
    about 15 hours ago