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Hue’s Bullies Are Meek In Loss

Hue Jackson has been beating a drum this offseason. He wants his team to bully opposing teams. It’s reminiscent of something Mike Singletary would say. Big talk from the coach doesn’t always translate to the team. On Saturday at Candlestick, the Raiders

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Posted in Battle of the Bay, Preseason 2011, Raiders @ 49ers, Studs & Duds

Tight End Talk

Panic arose with the loss of Zach Miller, lest we forget from the ashes many times a Phoenix arises. Kevin Boss got his first opportunity after the departure of all-pro tight end Jeremy Shockey from New York. Bringing in Boss

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Posted in 2011 Free Agency, Training Camp 2011

Zach Miller Builds Nest in Seattle

ESPN’s John Clayton reports Zach Miller has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks. Adam Schefter confirms the contract is for five years and $34 million with $17 million in guarantees. That’s nearly $7 million per season of which about 3.4 million will

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Posted in 2011 Free Agency

Fan Poll Results: Draft Grades

I asked Raider Nation to grade the draft picks on a scale of A to F. Love (A), Like (B), Wait (C), Hope D and Hate (F) were the options. Draft grades mean nothing, but what you, the fan, thinks

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Posted in 2011 NFL Draft, NFL Draft

2011 Draft Review and Analysis

The Raiders completed day three of the 2011 NFL draft by selecting Chimdi Chekwa, Taiwan Jones, Denarius Moore, Richard Gordon and David Ausberry to add to the selections of Stefen Wisniewski, Demarcus Van Dyke and Joseph Barksdale yesterday. With the

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Posted in 2011 NFL Draft, NFL Draft

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  • @SkinnyDuzIt This is why I have been saying front 7 is issue, not just the DL.
    about 11 hours ago
  • @tyschalter Going to see a lot of 3 safety alignments this year. Reaction to rise of the tight end.
    about 11 hours ago
  • To have teams mathematically spaced in value so perfectly seems unlikely. RT @eamonfitzgerald: @ChrisHansenNFL why?
    about 11 hours ago
  • Yeep. RT @ThomasGower: @ChrisHansenNFL I regard them as fun approximations, not to be taken seriously in the real world.
    about 11 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 11 hours ago