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  1. Come On Raider Nation, Think It Through

    I know Raiders fans fire first, ask questions later.

    But I can't help but wonder if there is information we are not privy to that we have not considered. Like at the "End of Season Evaluations" provided by the coaches to the Raiders' Player Development team. The ones where they evaluate every player. You know, used as the basis for the plan that is set forth with the coaches at the start of the offseason. Information that becokes the road map for what needs to happen ...

    Updated 03-11-2014 at 11:41 PM by Quartermaster

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  2. Not Signing Veldheer.....

    ......+ the signing of Khalif Barnes = Commitment to Mediocrity. So far......and I know its early......I don't like what I see....
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  3. How soon the 49er bandwagon forgets!

    One thing the 49ers bandwagon fans tend to forget is that they were once in the same boat as the Raiders. As a matter of fact, worse. From their expansion in 1946 to the merger between the NFL and AFL in 1970, they had a win-loss record of 158-130. During that span, they made the post season only twice with no championships and they never finished better than second in their division.

    The 1970’s were not very kind to them either. Their win-loss record was 66-92 while the Raiders ...
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  4. Raiders Lack Real Starpower

    As we ponder yet another blown lead resulting in a loss, some Raider Nation members are scratching their heads while others are throwing out blame on the GM, coaches and even some of the players. These elements may be factors, but the fact remains that the Raiders lack a lot of star power and depth at every position. Raw numbers are very hard to look at and evaluate. They can also be misleading. That is a fact and what round a player is drafted doesn’t always dictate how big of a star they will ...

    Updated 12-04-2013 at 08:14 PM by RaiderSparky

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  5. Win As A Team, Lose As A Team

    After Sunday’s 23-19 loss to the Titans, the social media known as Twitter erupted with “blame Janikowski” tweets. I find this utterly ridiculous. While he did miss 2 field goals, and the team lost by 4 points, he is not alone in the blame department. The 6 points left off the board are the most obvious, but they are not the only factor.

    For starters, at least one of those missed field goals should have been a touchdown. A holding call against Lucas Nix killed the momentum the offense ...

    Updated 11-26-2013 at 07:26 PM by RaiderSparky

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