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Re: “Slap Hitter: Raiders—Kicking but not Alive

Well speaking of Cable and his suspect play calling, it starts with the man that hired him in the first place, and that is Al Davis, he would rather give an unproven rookie QB 32 million guaranteed, than hire a coach with a winning track record, we all know Davis is willing to hire an unproven guy to be his yes man than to give all the decision making to a winning head coach as far as roster moves, free agent hiring and draft choices, many of the players that the Raiders have drafted (except Nnamdi Asomugha and Robert Gallery), are either out of the NFL or playing for sub par franchises, and there in lies the problem.

Posted by oakrick on 12/28/2009 at 12:29 PM

Re: “Everybody Loves JaMarcus Russell Today

While it is true that the Raiders have not been a winning franchise over the last 7 years, you have to take into account that Russell does not take accountability for his poor performances, how is it possible that Gradkowski coming as had a better performance in three games than Russell?, I will you why, because Bruce has a very strong work ethic, unlike Russell and there in lies the difference, not to mention pocket awareness, good decision making, and being able to understand the entire playbook, and lets not forget accuracy, something that Russell has been lacking all this season, lets not forget that he started in that game his usual self, fumbling the football, burning an unnecessary time out, but give credit where credit is due, he did come back at the end when it counted, but it does not erase the fact that he has been horrible this year.

Posted by oakrick on 12/22/2009 at 7:47 AM

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