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10 Lingering Questions For The Raiders

The Raiders had a few basic goals this offseason: Improve the rush defense without sacrificing a pass rush, protect the QB, improve the return game, and acquire a better QB. I'm not sure even the Raiders believed they could address

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Raiders Draft Recap

The Oakland Raiders 2010 draft is over and Raider Nation should be happy. The Raiders selected productive football players early and saved projects with potential for the later rounds. Round 1 (8) – Rolando McClain, LB, 6-3, 254, AlabamaRound 2

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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

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  • @SkinnyDuzIt This is why I have been saying front 7 is issue, not just the DL.
    about 9 hours ago
  • @tyschalter Going to see a lot of 3 safety alignments this year. Reaction to rise of the tight end.
    about 9 hours ago
  • To have teams mathematically spaced in value so perfectly seems unlikely. RT @eamonfitzgerald: @ChrisHansenNFL why?
    about 9 hours ago
  • Yeep. RT @ThomasGower: @ChrisHansenNFL I regard them as fun approximations, not to be taken seriously in the real world.
    about 9 hours ago
  • Correction: NFL teams values are on a near perfect power curve. That seems strange. I'd assume more gaps in the values.
    about 10 hours ago