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Scouting The Enemy: KC Chiefs 2012 Training Camp

Al Pacino said “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”, and that’s exactly what I did Wednesday as I traveled to St. Joseph, Missouri to attend Chiefs training camp. The Raider Nation has tremendous dedication and support for their

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Raiders Ramblings 4/18/12

I talk about the division, the schedule and the roster on my drive home. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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Week 7: Matchups To Watch

Matchups Hue Jackson vs. Romeo Crennel Regardless of who the Raiders quarterback is Hue Jackson is in a difficult spot. This game will feature the Raiders passing game at its lowest point of the season. Expect Crennel’s defense to key

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  • @Play4Blood @Borsilli I find Gannon's analysis to be generally good for ex-player. He's right to be frustrated, but low on solutions.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @Play4Blood @Borsilli It's amusing how people think because someone played the game they have more insight and better analysis.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @Play4Blood @Borsilli I agree, but that's only because results are not there. 2003 Raiders didn't get job done either. Had leaders.
    about 2 hours ago
  • RT @PFF_Sam: Interesting line from @MoveTheSticks podcast: "4 games is plenty to give an evaluation of a player". Couldn't disagree more.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @MoneyballWorks We'll see.
    about 3 hours ago