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 1 
 on: Today at 06:19:14 PM 
Started by varaider - Last post by varaider
Our offense needs to look like ATL's offense... all 60 mins next year...

 2 
 on: Today at 12:23:10 PM 
Started by Earl - Last post by Earl
Raiders’ Jack Del Rio wins Maxwell Club coach of year


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Raiders coach Jack Del Rio was named Thursday the winner of the Greasy Neal Coach of the Year as presented by the Maxwell Club.

Del Rio oversaw the first Raiders playoff season since 2002, going from 7-9 in his first season to 12-4 and a second-place finish in the AFC West in 2016. The Raiders were 11-37 in the previous three seasons before Del Rio arrived.

The Raiders jumped to 12-4 in 2016, with draft picks and free agents brought aboard by McKenzie greatly increasing the talent base.

Under Del Rio’s guidance, the Raiders had one of the NFL’s most explosive offenses and led the league with a turnover differential of plus-16.

Del Rio is also a candidate for the Associated Press Coach of the Year award, which is awarded the night before the Super Bowl at an NFL honors night dinner.

The winner of the Pro Football Writers Association Coach of the Year, also announced Thursday, was Dallas coach Jason Garrett.


http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/01/19/raiders-jack-del-rio-wins-maxwell-club-coach-of-year/

 3 
 on: Today at 10:46:32 AM 
Started by Raider 8 - Last post by varaider
Cmon, who would thought Sean Smith would of had the best coverage grade.

Probably because of the all TDs he gave up, the safety was nowhere to be found...

When you think about it, he really didn't do a horrible job overall... he just had a few horrible plays...

Between Amerson and him, Amerson definitely had the worst season...

After that, who are we looking at?  DJ?  Carrie?  So he didn't really have to do much to be the "best" in that secondary...


What concerned me about Smith was how many WR's flat out ran away from him. 


Cuz he is too damn slow!

Slow guys have to play smarter. Use their other skills (in Smith's case, his size and strength) to compensate. Plus, his DC (and secondary coach) need to put him in position to succeed. Playing off 10 yards, playing in space work against him.



I don't want a slow CB who has to play smarter. 

How about a fast CB who plays dumb? Hayden, anyone?

Hayden is a beast....

  Shocked
Cough... cough...

Lol...
ohhhh here we go again LOL!!

Awww cmon now, ya'll know I'm just talking shit, lol...

Uhh...how the he'll are we able to tell?
 Grin

Because my response was limited to under 150,000 words...

 Grin

 4 
 on: Today at 12:11:23 AM 
Started by Raider 8 - Last post by CB
Cmon, who would thought Sean Smith would of had the best coverage grade.

Probably because of the all TDs he gave up, the safety was nowhere to be found...

When you think about it, he really didn't do a horrible job overall... he just had a few horrible plays...

Between Amerson and him, Amerson definitely had the worst season...

After that, who are we looking at?  DJ?  Carrie?  So he didn't really have to do much to be the "best" in that secondary...


What concerned me about Smith was how many WR's flat out ran away from him. 


Cuz he is too damn slow!

Slow guys have to play smarter. Use their other skills (in Smith's case, his size and strength) to compensate. Plus, his DC (and secondary coach) need to put him in position to succeed. Playing off 10 yards, playing in space work against him.



I don't want a slow CB who has to play smarter. 

How about a fast CB who plays dumb? Hayden, anyone?

Hayden is a beast....

  Shocked
Cough... cough...

Lol...
ohhhh here we go again LOL!!

Awww cmon now, ya'll know I'm just talking shit, lol...

Uhh...how the he'll are we able to tell?
 Grin

 5 
 on: January 21, 2017, 08:32:37 PM 
Started by varaider - Last post by varaider
What RM has done in 4 years is nothing short of a miracle.  After the first 2 years I was so discouraged with this guy but his vision into the Raider crystal ball has proven to be genius.
Reggie is so well deserved of Executive of the year, and Mark Skippy Davis deserves a lot of credit for listening to whoever advised him to hire RM and for not firing Reggie when 2 years ago it appeared that might happen. MD deserves credit for believing in Reggie when they were 4-12 and 3-13.
I was 100% wrong about RM.
Even though I have stuck with the Raiders since the late 70's, patience in sports has not been my virtue as I get older. Egg firmly planted in my own face  Grin


#Respect

 6 
 on: January 21, 2017, 11:39:30 AM 
Started by Raider 8 - Last post by CC 2
I love how RM says boldly he is not one to wait.
Locking up Carr and Mack early in multi year deals is going to help cement the Raiders as powerhouse for years.

JDR loves his players and believes in them you can see it and I think Carr and Mack love playing for him.
That goes along way resigning players when they enjoy playing for their coach.

The Carr injury is going to I think have them both wanting to be longtime Raiders because they had the end of the season title ripped out of their hands and they want that AFC West and beyond bad.

They know together what they want for the playoffs is so close now. RM is going make every Raider Fan and his team jacked up when these deals get done.

 7 
 on: January 21, 2017, 11:21:01 AM 
Started by varaider - Last post by CC 2
What RM has done in 4 years is nothing short of a miracle.  After the first 2 years I was so discouraged with this guy but his vision into the Raider crystal ball has proven to be genius.
Reggie is so well deserved of Executive of the year, and Mark Skippy Davis deserves a lot of credit for listening to whoever advised him to hire RM and for not firing Reggie when 2 years ago it appeared that might happen. MD deserves credit for believing in Reggie when they were 4-12 and 3-13.
I was 100% wrong about RM.
Even though I have stuck with the Raiders since the late 70's, patience in sports has not been my virtue as I get older. Egg firmly planted in my own face  Grin

 8 
 on: January 20, 2017, 05:27:27 PM 
Started by Raider 8 - Last post by varaider
Cmon, who would thought Sean Smith would of had the best coverage grade.

Probably because of the all TDs he gave up, the safety was nowhere to be found...

When you think about it, he really didn't do a horrible job overall... he just had a few horrible plays...

Between Amerson and him, Amerson definitely had the worst season...

After that, who are we looking at?  DJ?  Carrie?  So he didn't really have to do much to be the "best" in that secondary...


What concerned me about Smith was how many WR's flat out ran away from him. 


Cuz he is too damn slow!

Slow guys have to play smarter. Use their other skills (in Smith's case, his size and strength) to compensate. Plus, his DC (and secondary coach) need to put him in position to succeed. Playing off 10 yards, playing in space work against him.



I don't want a slow CB who has to play smarter. 

How about a fast CB who plays dumb? Hayden, anyone?

Hayden is a beast....

  Shocked
Cough... cough...

Lol...
ohhhh here we go again LOL!!

Awww cmon now, ya'll know I'm just talking shit, lol...

 9 
 on: January 20, 2017, 03:25:51 PM 
Started by varaider - Last post by Raidersmojo
Should win executive of the century for the feat he pulled off here

 10 
 on: January 20, 2017, 03:24:49 PM 
Started by Raider 8 - Last post by Raidersmojo
Music to my ears.  Although two broken bones in one year.  I hope car doesn't turn out to be made of glass.  That thought terrifies me.

Oh my God. Minor bone breaks that NO ONE can prevent and now Carr could "be made of glass?" Come on.

That's like saying Brady is made of glass because he's always on the injury report

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