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Schilens may still be a ways off

News and notes from Thursday’s post-practice press briefing by Raiders coach Tom Cable:

– This is just a hunch, but it’s starting to look as if wide receiver Chaz Schilens (broken left metatarsal) may not be much of a factor next for next week’s game against the New York Jets, let alone Sunday’s road game against the Houston Texans.

Schilens has been out of view of the media ever since the team returned to Alameda, and although Cable has publicly held out hope his best receiver could play against Houston, it doesn’t look like he’s anywhere close to taking the field.

As the Raiders began Friday’s session, Schilens was working along with free safety Hiram Eugene doing some low impact agility exercises. Schilens may join his teammates Friday for some individual drills and do what Cable described as “light work, just kind of introduce him to it.”

Regarding Schilens availability for Sunday, Cable said, “I would say this: it’s doubtful.”

Asked how Schilens would fit in when healthy, Cable said, “I think once he’s back into the routine, absolutely, we need to get him involved. But that may lend itself to a little more three-receiver stuff.”

When quarterback JaMarcus Russell spoke to reporters before practice, it didn’t sound as if he has been throwing to Schilens or even communicating about the particulars of when the receiver would return.

“I don’t know,” Russell said. “I haven’t heard from Chaz as far as his recovery. But I know he’s doing pretty good. He’ll be a big help, and to the young guys, he’ll be a help to them just by letting them know he was young before he’d been in it and go out there and make some plays. It would be good to get him back.”

Since Schilens has done little more than treadmill work after an initial period of inactivity, it’s been six weeks since he really ran and cut on his foot. It could be midseason before we see the Schilens who was so impressive during training camp and caught give passes from Russell in the preseason opener against Dallas.

– One of Darren McFadden’s problems, other than fumbles? The pass isn’t going well enough to set up the run.

“He’s been somewhat productive when it’s been there is the best way to say it,” Cable said. “But again we need to throw the ball in order to have more lanes open up.”

– Houston quarterback Matt Schaub has thrown for 823 yards with a 64.5 percent completion rate with seven touchdown passes and two interceptions through three games, which doesn’t come as a shock to Cable. He was the line coach with the Falcons when Schaub was the backup for Michael Vick.

“We thought he was really good. He was terrific. At that time he was the No. 2 and we thought maybe the best No. 2 in football,” Cable said. “It doesn’t surprise me at all what Matt’s doing.”

– Cable said Thursday was another sharp practice and reiterated his belief the Raiders are nearing a breakthrough game and that the players realize it, but that it’s about time to make it happen.

“Actually, they’re the easiest (to convince) because they can see it,” Cable said. “It’s one thing to say it and then it’s not really there. We had another good day so they can see it because they have seen so much and been here enough.

“They’re really the catalysts for getting it going . . . you have to have the proof at some point.”

– Eugene should get in some work Friday, Cable said, but is still “questionable” and the probability is that Michael Huff will start again at free safety. Huff was limited with rib and quadriceps issues. Cornerback Jonathan Holland was limited (elbow) and could be active as a cornerback though Justin Miller was brought in to return kickoffs.

Holland, although only recently moved to defense, would play ahead of Miller in the secondary, Cable said.

Fullback Luke Lawton sustained a light hamstring strain at the conclusion of the Wednesday practice and was limited Thursday. Cable said he would have a better idea about Lawton’s game availability Friday.

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  • Damn They Suck

    Not lights out CJ….just a helluva lot better, imo. Sunday’s performance was absolutely horrendous.

  • Damn They Suck

    Good point, CJ. Double TE with blanket coverage on Miller should leave a quick out/in open for Myers. If we can see that how come Cable can’t?

  • Damn They Suck

    Fix the site, please!

  • CJ Legend 34

    If Russel is out the picture unless we have a QB like Dre Breese this team is not going anywhere. A QB alone does not win games that is why it is called a football team!

    We have the talent just not the creativity in our play calling.

    Dig it! We play a straight man to man on defense every play every game with no pass rush. We play a straight run first offense with a verticle passing game that every defense in the league looks forward to each week. No creating space for the WRs or running backs. No playing to our teams strengths it is pathetic.

    Stop pretending that we can get rid of Russel and just bring in any old QB and it is lights out.

  • CJ Legend 34

    No, there were not many three WR sets. There were also not any double tight end sets to help with the power running game or throw a pass out to either tightend. Myers can catch his @$$ off and Russel was able to find him in preseason now the guy never sees the field. We waste so much talent on this team.

  • TrueRaider

    Bo Schembechler Jackson Says:
    QB is a difficult position to learn in the NFL. RB is not. Rookie RBs regularly excel. DMAC is the number one failure on this team this season. He has NO excuse for his play this year.
    I never thought I’d say this, but Bush And Rankin need to get DMAC’s playing time. They may not have DMAC’s “talent”, but at least they don’t tackle themselves, drop passes or fumble every other carry.
    Play Bush. Play Fargas. Play Rankin. Consider offers for McFelldown.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Ok, this dude comes here talks about Southwick as if he is Peyton Manning and has no clue about the players we got and we dont, dude Rankin is gone he got signed by Seattle wake up man. Stop following Southwick like you are his girlfriend or something and start paying attention to your supposedly team.

  • LA to TheBay

    RRS
    “wow. we’ve resorted to this? whats next? you’re going to question my fanhood because I am skeptical about the (lack of) talent and work ethic in our “franchise” QB?”
    ————————————-
    Wouldn’t dream of it. The best fans are the ones going “WTF, AL??” Because they know the team could be so much more. I’ve said before that I share your concerns about the work ethic of our QB.

    I didn’t question your fanhood, just wondering how you could think he only went deep 2 or 3 times.
    ————————————————-
    “If Al Davis wants to win now, he’ll have to sit the bozo wearing #2 on the bench. Gradkowski & Frye may not be very good, but probably good enough to finish 8-8 with the overall talent elsewhere on this team.”
    ————————————-
    Al Davis said he was skeptical about making the playoffs and more or less said we’re rebuilding at the presser early in the offseason.

    My guess is he’d prefer to win his way. Meaning “no, Cable, Russell stays in and he’s going to learn this offense if it kills him and gets you fired!”

  • LA to TheBay

    I still think Nnamndi should be QB.

  • LA to TheBay

    CJ

    Well put.

  • RaiderRockstar

    I didn’t question your fanhood, just wondering how you could think he only went deep 2 or 3 times.

    ***

    I guess that depends on your definition of the words “went deep” or “go deep”. At first you were referring to 65 yard bombs. That number would be zero. His hail mary didn’t even travel that far!

    I’m sure much of that 65 yards talk was sarcasm, but I guess if deep to you is 15-25 yards, then we’ve done that plenty. Deep to me is 30+ . and yes, I’ve watched all 3 games this year FYI. wont get to see the Texans game though. Then you can give me an education on DHB’s performance in Week 4 and i’ll have to trust your judgement

  • Charlie

    Raiderz

    Those were the QB’S deemed the best available in the world when they were drafted.

    2006 and 2007 were years where we determined QB was a real team need.
    The Raiders were no better or worse than at least eight other teams in assessing QB talent those years.
    As matter of fact I would be willing to bet all of those other teams would have drafted Russell if available.

    My ultimate point is that if you draft skill players with an inferior support system you will get marginal results.
    The combination of better support systems and PLAYING experience is what determines success.

    Declaring any skill palyer on the Raiders as a bust at this time is ridiculous.

  • Charlie

    LA

    We are not going to win NOW.
    How could you even imagine that as possible with the lack of experience on offense in the skill positions and an average Oline?
    Satele,Carlisle,Pears,Green,Barnes.
    Seriously.

    We have only become improved on defense by adding four new productive players to the Dline mix.

    We can go on and on about how things got this way but we will need to play our way out of it.

    2010 is a draft that must focus on interior line play on both sides of the ball.

  • http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2008/04/desmond-howard-425-sm.jpg Bo Schembechler Jackson

    RaiderRockstar Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 11:03 am
    BSJ: do you think we should sign former Cal QB Nate Longshore to back up Southwick next season?

    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    Yes, Longshore would be a “system” fit LOL. Lets get Jim McMahon as QB coach for the Mormon trifecta.

  • Mistabrown

    Its ok it wasnt like there was any more important business to take care of here at home like the economy/jobs. Might as well fly to Copenhagen on separate jets on tax payer dollars, because you know the environmental nuts like ALGORE & the Obamas preach green BS and then leave a huge carbon footprint in the sky on a daily basis.

    “Change you can believe in”

    # He Hate Me Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 10:23 am

    Obama HAS failed. No Olympics for Chi Town.

  • RaiderRockstar

    Not lights out CJ….just a helluva lot better, imo. Sunday’s performance was absolutely horrendous.

    ***

    DTS: Agreed. I’m not asking for Al Davis to trade for a Pro Bowl QB or draft another one in Round 1 of the 2010 draft. I just don’t like to see a guy in there thats gives us almost no shot at winning. Gradkowski or Frye could come in and complete 14/25 passes for 200 yards with no TD’s and no INT’s and we’ve have a much better chance at success imo. defense plays better rested and with good field position. screen passes & dumpoffs, maybe even slants & crossing routes to our young dangerous targets could net big gains. Janikowski & Lechler both have strong legs, which benefits the offense in a big way. Everybody knows that the Raiders want to run the football, but if they stack 8 or 9 in the box you’ll have to throw it and try to exploit the mismatch or find the open target. Russell is garbage. time to move on

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    The Black Hole, For Player Careers
    —————————-

    Worst of all, McFadden – their prize No. 4 overall draft pick – has more fumbles (seven) than touchdowns (five) in 16 games played. Outside his 164-yard game at Kansas City last year, he has no games with more than 68 rushing yards – and 14 with under 50.

    That’s right. Quarterback JaMarcus Russell and wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey aren’t the only first-round picks struggling their way into Sunday’s game at Houston.

  • http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2008/04/desmond-howard-425-sm.jpg Bo Schembechler Jackson

    TrueRaider Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 11:30 am
    Bo Schembechler Jackson Says:
    QB is a difficult position to learn in the NFL. RB is not. Rookie RBs regularly excel. DMAC is the number one failure on this team this season. He has NO excuse for his play this year.
    I never thought I’d say this, but Bush And Rankin need to get DMAC’s playing time. They may not have DMAC’s “talent”, but at least they don’t tackle themselves, drop passes or fumble every other carry.
    Play Bush. Play Fargas. Play Rankin. Consider offers for McFelldown.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Ok, this dude comes here talks about Southwick as if he is Peyton Manning and has no clue about the players we got and we dont, dude Rankin is gone he got signed by Seattle wake up man. Stop following Southwick like you are his girlfriend or something and start paying attention to your supposedly team.

    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    LOL.

    Yes, I forgot about Rankin but my point is the same. McFelldown has been performing like a practice squad player. Where’s Echimandu?

    And I still want Southwick on my “supposedly” team. We went to the same Div. III school, bozo. Deal with it.

  • Raiderz

    Solid points Charlie! I don’t necessarily think it was a bad idea to draft Russell (yes other teams would have drafted him for sure), but I do question his ability now that he is in the NFL. Sometimes I get tired of the prospects that rely too much on talent but seem to miss the very important intangibles that great players usually have. I have no problem with giving him a fair chance, but I also don’t have a problem cutting him and moving on. That decision will have to be made sometime.

    It just really bothers me when he can’t accurately throw a five yard pass.

    Go Raiders!

  • LA to TheBay

    RRS

    I’m sure much of that 65 yards talk was sarcasm, but I guess if deep to you is 15-25 yards, then we’ve done that plenty. Deep to me is 30+ . and yes, I’ve watched all 3 games this year FYI. wont get to see the Texans game though. Then you can give me an education on DHB’s performance in Week 4 and i’ll have to trust your judgement
    ————————————–

    Deal.

    We’re on the same page.

  • DMAC

    Let’s not rush Chaz back. Could be lost the entire season if he returns too soon.

  • LA to TheBay

    Charlie Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 11:42 am
    LA

    We are not going to win NOW.
    =======================================

    I know, you’re proving my point.

    I never said that.

  • DMAC

    I got a feeling M. Vick will be in a silver and black uniform next year.

  • RaiderRockstar

    I got a feeling M. Vick will be in a silver and black uniform next year.

    ***

    hopefully it’s just gas.

    Vick hasn’t proved he can throw the football as of yet upon his release from prison. In fact, he only completed 54 percent of his passes from 2001-2006. Overall QB Rating of 76. 71 TD’s and 52 INT’s isn’t too bad though.

    over 3800 rushing yards and 21 rush TD’s helps too.

    Russell has only completed 52 percent of his passes so far in 19 NFL starts. 16 TD’s, 16 INT’s. Overall QB Rating of 68. Hard to argue that Vick isn’t a better option.

  • r8dr4lfe21

    JaMarcus is still a kid and we dont give up on our own when they dont do what we expect. Jmac is Al’s kid and he invested a lot of money on him so his patience has to be more then we are willing to give him. Al understands that this wont happen over night, he said it himself we failed Moss as an orginization, he knows Jmac has had a rough start to his carreer. Patience is something i do have, i wear the logo on my arm daily Tattooed so i love my team. I will not give up On Jmac i do have faith in him. He just needs our support not us booing him were supposed to be on his side. It gets to the point when us as fans take it personaly, we dont play the game and we will never understand the game like the coaches do, thats why were not coaching. If we as fans throw that much money into a business and gave it only 3 years to flourish without all the things to make it work, would you go bankrupt or stick with it knowing your gonna put more effort into it. He has had to much go wrong to be succesful. Patience people please.

  • LA to TheBay

    r8dr4lfe21

    Well put.

    I’ve said before it’s hard for the Nation to have patience because we’ve been in a real drought for 6+ years.

    Al is asking the fans to wait some more, and we’re all frustrated, especially after witnessing the team look legit against the Chargers.

    It won’t happen overnight. Russell, McFadden, and DHB are not where we want them to be, although (and I’m going out on a real limb here, skeptics) I’d think that they WANT to get better rather than sucking, collecting a check, and getting booed at.

    Most in here are ready to dump all three of them and several other players and they think we’ll win immediately.

    Maybe with better personel and coaching, they’re right. Fact is a lot of time and money has been invested in those three and it may take time to come to fruition.

    Who was the last good Raider QB?

    Gannon. How old was he? Who were his WRs? Who was his coach? What kind of system did they run?

    RB? WR?

    See what I’m getting at?

  • DMAC

    How about making a move for Jon Kitna??????

  • LA to TheBay

    Never was able to get anything on paper, but I heard a lot of rumblings that the Raiders were serious in the Mike Vick sweepstakes and lost out to Philly.

    Cable was on the Falcon’s staff during Vick’s 1000 yard rushing campaign. Would be a very interesting wrinkle.

    Problem is, our offense isn’t creative enough to make anything happen with or without Vick. He’s interesting because he can make things happen when the play breaks down, though, so it certainly couldn’t hurt.

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    The Black Hole, For Player Careers & Fans
    —————————-

    Worst of all, McFadden – their prize No. 4 overall draft pick – has more fumbles (seven) than touchdowns (five) in 16 games played. Outside his 164-yard game at Kansas City last year, he has no games with more than 68 rushing yards – and 14 with under 50.

    That’s right. Quarterback JaMarcus Russell and wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey aren’t the only first-round picks struggling their way into Sunday’s game at Houston.

  • http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2008/04/desmond-howard-425-sm.jpg Bo Schembechler Jackson

    r8dr4lfe21 Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:01 pm
    JaMarcus is still a kid and we dont give up on our own when they dont do what we expect.

    :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    Where did you get this fantasy? If by “our own” you mean first round picks, lets reminisce:

    Fabian Washington? Gave up on him.
    Philip Buchanon? Gave up on him.
    Tyler Brayton? Gave up on him.
    Napolean Harris? Gave up on him. Twice.
    Derrick Gibson? Gave up on him.
    Matt Stinchcomb? Gave up on him.

  • maddenraiderfan

    RaiderRockstar Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:01 pm

    I got a feeling M. Vick will be in a silver and black uniform next year.

    ******************************

    Why get Vick when we can get Tebow?

  • RaiderRockstar

    Tebow?

    I’ll second the motion!

  • r8dr4lfe21

    I understand we think he needs to put forth more effort, and i agree but we dont know what he does we just guess that he is not practicing. BHD would have benefited from Jmac’s passing camp but he wasnt under contract. I see him on the sidelines talking to hackett everytime he steps off the feild, but yet i read people saying he goes and sits alone, thats bull. Murphy getting in DHB’s face was good to see, he is showing leadership and the want to win. If Jmac throws 3 incomplete passes and the WR drop 2 others, his stats look even worse right but not all his fault. If Jmac goes 3 and out on 2 straight drives and then gets us moving and we get penalties and fumbles it makes his stats look even worse. And makes us even more angry when in reality it wasnt all his fault.

  • http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2008/04/desmond-howard-425-sm.jpg Bo Schembechler Jackson

    I would sign Jon Kitna.

  • Nnamdi21

    KoolKell Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:09 pm
    The Black Hole, For Player Careers & Fans
    —————————-

    Worst of all, McFadden – their prize No. 4 overall draft pick – has more fumbles (seven) than touchdowns (five) in 16 games played. Outside his 164-yard game at Kansas City last year, he has no games with more than 68 rushing yards – and 14 with under 50.

    That’s right. Quarterback JaMarcus Russell and wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey aren’t the only first-round picks struggling their way into Sunday’s game at Houston.

    ======================

    http://www.raidernationstation.com/2009_regular_season

  • DMAC

    Tebow= Young white version of Vick w/o the criminal history

  • LA to TheBay

    DMAC Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:13 pm
    Tebow= Young white version of Vick w/o the criminal history
    —————————————–

    I must respectfully disagree.

    Tebow does a lot of running up the gut, and it’s all designed QB keeper stuff.

    Vick thinks on his feet, is a far more talented athlete and pure runnner and has years of experience, winning a playoff game in Lambeau.

    Tebow will be yet another “start from scratch” idea that needs to be jettisoned immediately.

  • kvnbntly

    i think you may be wrong and that the booing may be the best thing that has happened to russell so far.
    the guy held out therefore he has proclaimed himself “that good, that reliable, and that dedicated”
    so far he has proven none of the above, i don’t want to hear about coaching changes and crap either, that has nothing to do with throwing a ball 20-30 yds acuratley, reading defenses and applying scheme sure, but accuracey is all on him

  • El Negro Cato

    LA to TheBay Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Black and white: Russell sucks, he’s dumb as hell

    ——————-

    That’s the part we really need to worry about. You can fix mechanics, but you can’t fix smarts. The only dumb ass QB every to win a Superbowl I can ever remember is Eli Manning…and that dude is a serious mouth breather.

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    # Raiderz Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 11:01 am

    True Charlie, but how many of those QBs listed were #1 picks?
    ====================================================

    That’s a point I have brought up on this site two trillion times. You cannot compare Russell to say, Flacco or Sanchez because they went to teams that have had some substantial recent success. You have to compare him to other overall number one choices, who are going into similar circumstances, i.e., they are playing for bad teams. Names like Alex Smith, David Carr, Mike Vick, and Tim Couch just to name some recent players. Matt Stafford threw three pix in his first game. You can also compare him to overall number two’s and three’s which bring in such superstars as Joey Harrington, Akili Smith, Ryan Leaf and Vince Young for every Donovan McNabbb out there.

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    # kvnbntly Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    i think you may be wrong and that the booing may be the best thing that has happened to russell so far.
    the guy held out therefore he has proclaimed himself “that good, that reliable, and that dedicated”
    so far he has proven none of the above, i don’t want to hear about coaching changes and crap either, that has nothing to do with throwing a ball 20-30 yds acuratley, reading defenses and applying scheme sure, but accuracey is all on him
    ======================================================

    Yeah, but you are assuming the receivers are in the exact right spot they are supposed to be. That may not be true. And since they are rookies and have never played, the chances that they are in the right spot, is even slimmer. And as I stated a few days ago, on Russells second pick in the Denver Game, Chump Bailey put a shoulder into Heyward-Bey knocking him waay off his route. The ball got picked, no call, and the “fans” booed Russell, who actually threw it where it was supposed to be thrown.

  • Charlie

    Oak
    I said that in my post 291.

  • r8dr4lfe21

    We didnt give up on them, we gave them plenty a chance to succeed they didnt. Nnamdi we didnt give up on him, havent givin up on Huff, besides they all had more then 3 years and a far less investment then Jmac.

  • LA to TheBay

    DMAC Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:24 pm
    LA
    Will he be any better than Vick in the NFL?
    ———————————————-

    That’s always a crap shoot. My feeling is not at QB. Maybe FB or some sort of hybrid. Those who watch Tebow week in and week out obviously love all the leadership qualities, but also swear by his arm and QB skills. I just don’t see it.

    Of course, I’m not an expert and even the experts get it wrong half the time.

  • Damn They Suck

    DTS: Agreed. I’m not asking for Al Davis to trade for a Pro Bowl QB or draft another one in Round 1 of the 2010 draft. I just don’t like to see a guy in there thats gives us almost no shot at winning. Gradkowski or Frye could come in and complete 14/25 passes for 200 yards with no TD’s and no INT’s and we’ve have a much better chance at success imo. defense plays better rested and with good field position. screen passes & dumpoffs, maybe even slants & crossing routes to our young dangerous targets could net big gains. Janikowski & Lechler both have strong legs, which benefits the offense in a big way. Everybody knows that the Raiders want to run the football, but if they stack 8 or 9 in the box you’ll have to throw it and try to exploit the mismatch or find the open target. Russell is garbage. time to move on

    ***

    Can’t argue there. You play to win the game. As much as I despise the Chiefs I have to agree with their coach when he said he wouldn’t hesitate to bench Matt Cassel if it gave the team a better shot at winning. That was exactly Jeff Garcia’s mindset, now I’m no Garcia Homer, but if he hypothetically speaking were to have outperformed Russell throughout training camp and the preseason how do you not start him. He would give you the best chance to lead the team to victory. Hell, he gives us a better chance now and he ain’t even on a team, let alone are team.

    As far as Russell and the inaccuracy, that can’t be coached. If he can’t throw a dumpoff, or screen (we can’t run these plays to save our lives, for what ever reason) or an out, what the hell is he good for….absolutely nothing. I’m tired of hearing the kid talk…he sounds like a bumbling idiot. I’m guessing Davis drafted him in the hopes of molding him into something he will never be…an NFL quarterback. CFL? There’s still hope.

  • DMAC

    LA
    Will he be any better than Vick in the NFL?

  • No More Infield or Trolls

    Mista brown noser – take your right wing crap comments to glen(alchoholic) beck or Rush (pill popper) limburgers blog. this is a place to bash our football team…

  • kvnbntly

    i wouldn’t “give up” on russell just yet, but i don’t think benching him (not just yet) wouldn’t hurt he keeps having bad games and his confidence is going to get messed with then hell be indesisive and think too much, react to little, probably part of his problem now, but the booing isn’t all a bad thing, think of it as al davis being politically correct and letting the fans chew butt

  • RaiderRockstar

    Kelly,

    if Al Davis died tomorrow, how many games would the Raiders win this year & next with Russell starting every game for the next 2 seasons???

    by the way, did Russell get that brohawk at your barbershop? he’s making it look bad …

  • http://www.car.org KoolKell

    The Raiders have no chance until they’re pried form Davis’ cold dead hands.

  • El Negro Cato

    Damn They Suck Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    I’m tired of hearing the kid talk…he sounds like a bumbling idiot.

    ————
    Could you imagine if you combined Eli Manning’s speech impediment with the words that come out of JaBrainiac’s mouth? Now that would be some funny stuff. Best QB EVER.