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 on: Today at 06:04:51 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by USMC2141
Olson is the only one I am not so sure about about. 

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 on: Today at 04:59:11 AM 
Started by TheMadStork - Last post by TheMadStork
McGill is a project at best and nowhere near Carrie.

Amazing that Carrie slipped to 7 and McGill in the 4th  snap

 3 
 on: Today at 04:10:47 AM 
Started by TheMadStork - Last post by TheMadStork
TJ Carrie is our new starting CB off Brown, Rogers to the slot.

http://www.ohiobobcats.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/travis_carrie_365713.html

If you watch the game tape on Carrie, he is a ball hawk and a cover guy.  Great speed and instincts.

Our new CB fo sho and our new return man.

Very happy we got this guy and you will be too.

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 on: Today at 04:06:35 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by TheMadStork
Hell, I feel like without a doubt this is the most talented, top-to-bottom, as we have been since '02 or so.  And the roster is that magic mixture of vets and young guys, too.  It worked well during the Gruden years.  The schedule is a bitch, yes, but the better teams dont complain about playing against the good teams.  Fuck no, they work hard, plan for the opponent and his weaknesses, and go out there and compete.   

Thats all I can ask for at this stage.  I want the Raiders to be the team that comes back from a big deficit to win, for a change.  Fight until the final whistle no matter what the score is.  Put their QB on his ass every single snap!

They do that, the wins will come.

I'm not worried about the chess pieces, I'm worried about the people we have moving them around the board.

I like Tarver and Sparano and I think we can win with them if Allen doesnt fuck things up.

 5 
 on: Today at 04:04:57 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by TheMadStork
Hell, I feel like without a doubt this is the most talented, top-to-bottom, as we have been since '02 or so.  And the roster is that magic mixture of vets and young guys, too.  It worked well during the Gruden years.  The schedule is a bitch, yes, but the better teams dont complain about playing against the good teams.  Fuck no, they work hard, plan for the opponent and his weaknesses, and go out there and compete.   

Thats all I can ask for at this stage.  I want the Raiders to be the team that comes back from a big deficit to win, for a change.  Fight until the final whistle no matter what the score is.  Put their QB on his ass every single snap!

They do that, the wins will come.


Do youremember the days when you watched every snap on Defense thinking we were gonna killl the QB? 

I do  snap snap

 6 
 on: Today at 04:03:23 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by TheMadStork
Im a ninja!  Grin

 7 
 on: Today at 01:47:33 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by Limb Reaper
Hell, I feel like without a doubt this is the most talented, top-to-bottom, as we have been since '02 or so.  And the roster is that magic mixture of vets and young guys, too.  It worked well during the Gruden years.  The schedule is a bitch, yes, but the better teams dont complain about playing against the good teams.  Fuck no, they work hard, plan for the opponent and his weaknesses, and go out there and compete.   

Thats all I can ask for at this stage.  I want the Raiders to be the team that comes back from a big deficit to win, for a change.  Fight until the final whistle no matter what the score is.  Put their QB on his ass every single snap!

They do that, the wins will come.

I'm not worried about the chess pieces, I'm worried about the people we have moving them around the board.

 8 
 on: Today at 12:13:43 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by USMC2141
Hell, I feel like without a doubt this is the most talented, top-to-bottom, as we have been since '02 or so.  And the roster is that magic mixture of vets and young guys, too.  It worked well during the Gruden years.  The schedule is a bitch, yes, but the better teams dont complain about playing against the good teams.  Fuck no, they work hard, plan for the opponent and his weaknesses, and go out there and compete.   

Thats all I can ask for at this stage.  I want the Raiders to be the team that comes back from a big deficit to win, for a change.  Fight until the final whistle no matter what the score is.  Put their QB on his ass every single snap!

They do that, the wins will come.

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 on: Today at 12:01:14 AM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by TIBERIUS
Why Not Us?: Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders added numerous veterans to key positions this offseason. The "Inside Training Camp Live" crew discusses what else it will take for the Raiders to bring home the Lombardi Trophy.

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-training-camps/0ap2000000370245/Why-Not-Us-Oakland-Raiders

 10 
 on: July 27, 2014, 11:56:21 PM 
Started by TIBERIUS - Last post by TIBERIUS
 At the University of Washington, Marcel Reece was a 240-pound wide receiver. He was converted to fullback in the NFL, and slowly bulked his way up to 255 pounds.

It helped him as a blocker, but he’s far more useful to the Raiders in other ways. The second-team All-Pro has always been a versatile player, used as a receiver out of the backfield and occasionally a rusher between the tackles.

The coaching staff hopes to get Reece the darn ball – a common refrain within Raider Nation – even more this season and though a few less pounds would help him do that.

Reece reported to training camp lean, still mean and quicker than seasons past. At 238 pounds, he hasn’t been this light since college.

“Every year I want to add to my bag of tricks, and the coaching staff had the idea to trim down and add some quickness to my game,” Reece said Sunday. “At this weight, it’ll help keep teams guessing.”

It should help Reece become an effective receiver, a role that should become more prominent in the coming months. Reece remains a fullback by trade, and he’ll still pave the way for tailbacks when necessary.

“It doesn’t mean less blocking,” Reece said. “I just want to be versatile enough to play every down of every game and help in a number of different ways. Trimming down is going to help me doing that.”

Reece’s best season came in 2012, when he had 776 all-purpose yards – 271 rushing, 496 receiving – and a touchdown.

Exceeding those totals would benefit Reece and the Raiders alike. Quickness would help with the ball in his hands. It should help make him a receiving mismatch when covered by a linebacker.

Playing a 238 pounds is likely closer to his natural weight, which should help him physically throughout the year.

“We did it because we think it will help him as a football player,” head coach Dennis Allen said. “He’s a bit lighter, and I think that will be beneficial to him in general and specifically as we go through the second half of the season.”

http://www.csnbayarea.com/raiders/raiders-reece-trims-down-increase-quickness

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