Originally Posted by Goffer
in all of fray yesterday, were some really great points and strong messages pertaining to our current team that I think got overlooked by many who read and commented on the thread. On top of everything happening for a reason my brothers and sisters, was the topic of our Raiders having the next Lawrence Taylor, Aaron Rogers, and Jerry Rice on it in Khalil Mack, Derek Carr, and Amari Cooper.
Bold statement? You're damn right it is because these great players I'm comparing our 3 young
Originally Posted by etown assassin
Pressure on Ben is everything on Sunday. He's still gimpy and if we flush him he's not going to tuck it and run. Get him outside and he'll make plays for us. If we can't get hits on him we're screwed because we won't be able to cover them.
Offensively, light up their secondary. The matchups outside favor our wideouts.
1. Carr and offense line must figure out where the blitz is coming from- Don't be afraid to throw it away- just don't force it down the middle in traffic
I am 100% against the Raiders moving to LA. It is as simple as that. I have reasons that range from personal to what I see the team becoming if they move there. If you read the thread that the below is posted in, you know my reasons.
The truth of the matter as I see it is:
1. We are in no position to succeed in the LA market. It takes money to do that and the Raiders don't have it. They will have to mortgage their souls to Goldman Sachs, or whoever finances the $1.8B project.
Updated 08-20-2015 at 09:41 PM by RaiderSparky
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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