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Seven Things From Thursday Night

1. TAG! YOU’RE IT. – Michael Bush proved once again just how productive he can be as a starter in this league.  His 242 yards from scrimmage were the most by a Raider since the merger.  The Raiders need to

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Posted in Raiders @ Chargers, Regular Season 2011

Week 10 Preview: Short Week, Short Handed

Wow.  That was ugly.  The Raiders have played themselves into a corner after dropping two straight divisional games to less talented football teams.  After the “bully” had his nose broken on Sunday, the Raiders will have to heal quickly because

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Posted in Raiders @ Chargers, Regular Season 2011

Just Balance, Baby!

Every year around this time something happens in the NFL, but not usually in Oakland. Al Davis had a grip on the Raiders for decades so it hadn’t quite taken root until now. The influence of the Head Coach begins to percolate through the

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Posted in Hue Jackson, Regular Season 2011

Hue-yuck!

Hue Jackson essentially benched Darrius Heyward-Bey, the team’s most productive receiver, in favor freshly signed T.J. Houshmandzadeh and rookie Denarius Moore. Moore’s production has dipped since taking over punt return duties and was targeted on three of the six interceptions against

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Posted in Al Davis, Broncos @ Raiders, Hue Jackson

Week 9 Preview: Matchups To Watch

Hue Jackson vs. Hue Jackson This is the most important matchup of the game. Jackson made himself look foolish with the Raiders quarterback situation two weeks ago and Kyle Boller and Carson Palmer combined to throw six interceptions. Jackson will

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Posted in Broncos @ Raiders, Regular Season 2011

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

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Posted in Regular Season 2011, Roster Moves

Studs and Duds From the Bye Week

Who said there wouldn’t be studs and duds because of the bye week? Studs Phillip Rivers Thanks for dropping the ball. The Chiefs are the luckiest 4-3 team in the league right now and the Chargers now have the most

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Posted in Studs & Duds

Bye-Bye Bye Week

The Raiders are coming fresh off the bye week and it couldn’t have come at a better time. The Raiders are nursing a host of injuries and spent extra week getting Carson Palmer ready and advance scouting for the Chargers next Thursday. The

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Posted in Broncos @ Raiders, Regular Season 2011

Hue Jackson’s Window

The most successful teams in the NFL have their franchise quarterback. No other position in the NFL is as valuable. Teams, however, don’t need a spectacular quarterback to win. Look at San Francisco, Tampa Bay and the Giants. More than

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Posted in Hue Jackson, Regular Season 2011

The 12th Man: Time To Unite

Everyone knows the importance of fans, or the 12th man, but too often people jump ship in times of trouble. Last Sunday was the definition of trouble, and a time where the 12th man needed to step up. Even though Jason Campbell wasn’t

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Posted in Regular Season 2011

Twitter

  • RT @LATimesfarmer: Philip Rivers, 32, concentrates on the details of leadership for the San Diego Chargers http://t.co/flVGKybgCD
    about 9 hours ago
  • Help her out. RT @FBALL_Andrea: Anyone have a vintage Raiders jacket that could fit me and you're willing to part with? Let me know.
    about 10 hours ago
  • RT @RAIDERS: Top 10 Al Davis quotes presented by @Gil_Brandt #TuesdayTop10 - http://t.co/V4swzeuWWR http://t.co/WaWpJZO7dK
    about 10 hours ago
  • @FBALL_Andrea I hesitate to ask why?
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  • @jd_cush They barely got a small NBA stadium built. Big TV market, but few big corporate dollars.
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