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All that’s left are the lawsuits

It’s all over but the civil litigation.

John McGuinn, the attorney for Randy Hanson, told Comcast SportsNet a lawsuit was “on the horizon, but that there was no hurry to file it.

Coach Tom Cable was done talking to the media before he got the news he expected all along _ that no charges would be filed in the alleged assault involving Randy Hanson _ but could be in line to file one himself.

He’ll speak with the media following practice Friday.

– Hard to imagine the NFL having any recourse to discipline Cable considering the way the Napa D.A.’s office took apart Hanson’s version of the story.

– We’ll never know exactly what went on in the room where Hanson emerged with a broken jaw, but Cable took an unnecessary beating considering there was never a legitimate on the record source other than Hanson and his attorney who were doing the talking.

– My favorite comment from John McGuinn, the attorney for Hanson, when asked by a television reporter about his client’s status with the Raiders.

“I wish I knew in any definitive way,” McGuinn said. “I have made an attempt to contact the Raiders. I have not received anything in response.”

Don’t worry, John. They’ll get back to you.

– A fairly empty locker room Thursday, with most players at meetings and long gone form the locker room by the time JaMarcus Russell had finished his weekly session.

– The best news on the injury front is that right guard Cooper Carlisle practiced without limitations and should be good to go against the Jets, as well as Chaz Schilens making it through full practices on consecutive days.

As posted earlier, Russell said Schilens looked sharp. Cable said he won’t decide until Saturday how best to use Schilens, and which rookie receiver would be likely to get reduced snaps.

Those who did not practice Thursday included WR Nick Miller (shin), LG Robert Gallery (broken fibula), RB Darren McFadden (knee), LB Ricky Brown (ankle), T Cornell Green (calf) and TE Brandon Myers (ill). Myers was sent home with a stomach ailment, Cable said.

Defensive end Greg Ellis (knee) was limited, and could remain that way as a maintenance issue for some time.

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  • Brien the Grand Guru

    CJ, that is the thing the oline did much better blocking on Sunday. I wonder how DMAC and Bush would have done if Satele was the center all along. Gallery big no excuse of a bust will be back when DMAC comes to the starting lineup again. The o-line has been soft at best this year and it will be interesting when the o-line is at full strength

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    The GURU also predicts Lane Kiffin will justify his new contract extension on Saturday with a loss to Bama

  • http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/63/60563-004-52A399D4.jpg Dakota

    Oakglenn,

    Wish I had your faith…but my memory includes the two debacles out of the last three games.

    …and the two debacles before the two wins at the end of last year.

    Cable = 6 wins, 7 debacles, 5 losses…not good enough…

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    I think Cable isnt a smart guy at all but he has balls and the players love him.

    He still pisses me off but the team fought for him. For Cable to get my full endorsement he will need better game planning and better use of the offensive talent(Farglass not included)

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    I dont give a damn if TCU and BYU are highly ranked, why the hell is college gameday in that lame ass state? Well if they wanna smash em on those mormon broads at least they wont say no to anal lol

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

    If McFumblor was haelthy enough to play in that last game, McFumblor would have fumbled the game away.

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

    Read it. Regret it. Face it.

  • Chris in NY

    Wow, Jets are banged up for this one. Just read that in addition to losing Kris Jenkins for the season, Lito Sheppard, Brad Smith and Jerricho Cotchery are out. Smith is a wildcat/gadget play/big play receiver. Cotchery was their No. 1 WR (until Braylon Edwards arrived) and a good player.

    They still have Edwards and probably David Clowney (ver fast, big play guy) starting. Let’s face it, that combo is better than DHB and Murphy with those guys being rookies and all. But with Schilens back it could potentially tip the WR advantage to us, which is something that hasn’t happened all season.

    The No. 1 key to this game will be shutting down the Jets running game. Everyone in the stadium knows the Jets are going to try to run the ball all day long Sunday. The defense has once again struggled with the run at times this year, especially against the Texans and Giants. The Eagles had a decent YPC average but didn’t run much at all. The D has to prove it can stop the run. However, knowing Rex Ryan’s personality, I fully expect the Jets to try a little play-action and throw the ball deep on one of the first 3 plays the Jets run. Element of surprise. After that, expect a ton of running plays.

    Defense has to step up early and stop the run. And the offense needs to put up some points if the defense keeps the Jets in check. Too many times in recent years the defense has held an opponent down only to have the offense fail to take advantage and establish a big lead. The game @Denver last year is the only time I can really remember that happening in the last 3 years. Other times the offense scored a late TD or two to earn a win. Time to get on the board early and often and make the D’s jobs a little easier and a little more fun.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    Hey Laker fans……..how bout Isiah Thomas huh? So now we know why they called him “Magic” lol.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:35 am

    # Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:18 am

    Farglass is most productive? Explain this one to me lol. I’m waiting to hear this explanation that I will shoot down but go ahead
    =================================================

    Grand Guru, I have to agree with LA on this one. Fargas single handedly was the deciding factor in the Philly game on offense once it got close. Go watch the tape of the game at NFL.com and tell me what you don’t like about this guy. He came in and was busting runs of 8, 12, 11 yards when we needed offensive production. He ran PHYSICALLY!!! His blocking was spectacular. He caught passes out of the backfield for good gains. He is our ONLY physical player. He knocked out half the Eagle secondary (all pro safety Mikell and CB Samuel) in that Philly game!! That’s what we need around here! A guy who comes in and busts his ASS!!!!! That’s why we like him. If McFumblor was haelthy enough to play in that last game, McFumblor would have fumbled the game away.
    ******************************

    Please Bush got hurt and yes Farglass ran physical as usual but the offense scored 13 points! What are you guys missing about this?

    DMAC would have fumbled the game away? You mean like Farglass did when the refs bailed him out? Ok and if Farglass gets anywhere near 20 plus carries Raiders lose

  • Chris in NY

    Brien,
    I agree.

    Fargas had one catch, not catches. And aside from a meaningless 20-yard run on the last play of the 1st half, Fargas averaged 3.0 yards per carry. He also scored 0 TDs in the game and has I believe 1 TD over the last 1.5 seasons despite leading the team in rushing attempts.

    Fargas runs hard. There’s no denying that. I just think he lacks any type of field vision whatsoever. And the difference between Fargas and Bush is Fargas runs hard … right into a pile of defenders and gets taken down. Bush runs hard … usually right through a single arm tackle from a defender and picks up more yardage than Fargas ever would have.

    The defense won that game last week. One big pass play to Zach Miller was huge from the offense. A nice pass, catch, run and blocking earned that one. But aside from that they managed just two field goal attempts. They did run the clock out late, which was key. Fargas deserves some credit for that as does Gary Russell and JaMarcus as well.

    But to say Fargas was “singlehandedly the deciding factor vs. Philly” is off the mark.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    Chris………..excellent post…………as usual.

    You sir are a great wise Raider.

    You will now be known as Chris the Nobility of NY.

    Land and riches of this kingdom are offered to you good sir

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Bo Schembechler Jackson Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:46 am

    If McFumblor was haelthy enough to play in that last game, McFumblor would have fumbled the game away.

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

    Read it. Regret it. Face it.
    ********************************
    Just like Laker fans facing the reality that Kobe is a punk, you will regret not keeping Ariza and you will be reading more about “Magic” Johnson’s in the closet affairs and how he loved wearing those short shorts

  • DMAC

    Wassup Nation!!!!!!

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    # Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:52 am

    Please Bush got hurt and yes Farglass ran physical as usual but the offense scored 13 points! What are you guys missing about this?

    DMAC would have fumbled the game away? You mean like Farglass did when the refs bailed him out? Ok and if Farglass gets anywhere near 20 plus carries Raiders lose
    ==============================================

    Bush got “hurt” alright. He saw how rough that game was and came out. Think I’m kidding?? he went back in later in the game, when Fargas knocked both himself and Mikell out. Refs didn’t bail him out either. You can’t have four guys jump on one guy, bend him backwards, while two others strip him. Doesn’t work that way. Refs got that one right. Fargas provided a spark for us, something you all want to bench Jamarcus in favor of some scrub QB for that same reason. Fargas provides that spark and you guys want to bench him. Jesus.

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

    Dakota Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:41 am
    Oakglenn,

    Wish I had your faith…

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

    Don’t you keep a list of people who are “keeping faith” in DMAC?

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    Oh Noble one yes you are right, saying Farglass was that huge in the win is nuts. The defensive pressure put on McNaab won that game. The offense still stinks and we were lucky Asante Samuel didnt try to tackle Miller

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:02 pm

    # Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:52 am

    Please Bush got hurt and yes Farglass ran physical as usual but the offense scored 13 points! What are you guys missing about this?

    DMAC would have fumbled the game away? You mean like Farglass did when the refs bailed him out? Ok and if Farglass gets anywhere near 20 plus carries Raiders lose
    ==============================================

    Bush got “hurt” alright. He saw how rough that game was and came out. Think I’m kidding?? he went back in later in the game, when Fargas knocked both himself and Mikell out. Refs didn’t bail him out either. You can’t have four guys jump on one guy, bend him backwards, while two others strip him. Doesn’t work that way. Refs got that one right. Fargas provided a spark for us, something you all want to bench Jamarcus in favor of some scrub QB for that same reason. Fargas provides that spark and you guys want to bench him. Jesus.
    *************************************

    My brother Oakglenn is confused but not one hand shall touch him for the GURU’s legion will haunt you down hang you, ravish your wife and kill all offspring. He is a top mercenary and when you are a merc you are usually crazy

  • Chris in NY

    Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 pm
    Chris………..excellent post…………as usual.

    You sir are a great wise Raider.

    You will now be known as Chris the Nobility of NY.

    Land and riches of this kingdom are offered to you good sir

    —————————

    I like the ring of that Brien. But exactly wht are the land and riches of this kingdom? A seat at McDonald’s and a $.50 off quarter-pounder meal coupon, courtesy of Jerry Mac’s corporate sponsor?

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    Glenn, Russell wasnt giving a damn and you know it. We all know Frye and Grad stink but at least they would give a damn and show some fire. Is that too much to ask?

    Farglass was a spark for 13 points huh. what big carry did he have that led to a TD scoring drive? I’ll wait

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    Chris in NY Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:55 am

    Brien,
    I agree.

    Fargas had one catch, not catches. And aside from a meaningless 20-yard run on the last play of the 1st half, Fargas averaged 3.0 yards per carry. He also scored 0 TDs in the game and has I believe 1 TD over the last 1.5 seasons despite leading the team in rushing attempts.
    ==============================================

    Chris nothing personal, but I always love people busting out the stats. That’s for baseball and fantasy football. Coaches and football people watch tape. You guys go watch the tape of Philly and tell me Fargas was a 3.0 yard back and not the deciding factor on offense in that game.

  • DMAC

    You guys should still have faith in me! I’ll be back and prove you wrong!

  • DMAC

    Russell did just enough to give the defense time to get it done!

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Chris in NY Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 pm
    Chris………..excellent post…………as usual.

    You sir are a great wise Raider.

    You will now be known as Chris the Nobility of NY.

    Land and riches of this kingdom are offered to you good sir

    —————————

    I like the ring of that Brien. But exactly wht are the land and riches of this kingdom? A seat at McDonald’s and a $.50 off quarter-pounder meal coupon, courtesy of Jerry Mac’s corporate sponsor?
    *************************************

    Come on you know Jerry doesnt have that sort of pull.

    For thou art a noble and the entire east coast of Raider men shall heed your words and pay tribute monthly you and your kin. All 5 boroughs in the big city shall kneel and kiss thy feet and all women shall obey your every wish whether betrothed or not.

  • LA to TheBay

    “Yes I agree 3 yards a carry and no TDs sure makes alot of your opportunities lol. Remember the Giants game? We get a luck spec teams fumble recovery and then Farglass gets the rock what happens? Thanks. Who did the team have to put in at RB to even score? Thanks”

    Thank you Stat Boy

    Fargas’ 3 yards a carry and no TDs in reality (not stat fantasy league world)= great performance and big contribution in WINNING the game.

    Enjoy your stats. I’ll enjoy inspired football and wins.

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

    Why can’t DMAC ever run hard like Fargas?

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    # Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    Glenn, Russell wasnt giving a damn and you know it. We all know Frye and Grad stink but at least they would give a damn and show some fire. Is that too much to ask?

    Farglass was a spark for 13 points huh. what big carry did he have that led to a TD scoring drive? I’ll wait
    ================================================

    In a game like the Philly game, it is not necessarily the points. We scored 13 and won. It was the field position. Do you remember in the 2nd half I believe where Higgins muffs the punt, and we take over at our 15 yard line?? Fargas busts a couple of 8-10 yard runs, catches an 11 yard out, and we take the field position battle back over, pinning them back in the black hole end. It’s those things that win games.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    Chris in NY Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 11:55 am

    Brien,
    I agree.

    Fargas had one catch, not catches. And aside from a meaningless 20-yard run on the last play of the 1st half, Fargas averaged 3.0 yards per carry. He also scored 0 TDs in the game and has I believe 1 TD over the last 1.5 seasons despite leading the team in rushing attempts.
    ==============================================

    Chris nothing personal, but I always love people busting out the stats. That’s for baseball and fantasy football. Coaches and football people watch tape. You guys go watch the tape of Philly and tell me Fargas was a 3.0 yard back and not the deciding factor on offense in that game.
    ****************************************

    Watch it over and over again. I gave the talent lacking guy his credit for running hard already. He was a 3.0 running back in that game and was not the deciding factor on offense. The deciding factor was Russell not doing so awful as he has done all year

  • DMAC

    If you guys want to give credit to someone for last Sundays victory, it should go to Gary Russell.

  • Raider Dell

    The most discussed topic in here more often than not is Fargas.

    I can’t remember a playr that brings out the convictions of all with some spicy name calling to add to the argument.

    The physical dimension Fargas has, or what physical dimensions he lacks has been so well documented in this blog. The comments must be over 2000, yet he is still here and running hard, not scoring touchdowns, and has no explosive runs since the Miami game two years ago.

    The strength of our team is RB, yet we all have our favorites, Bush, DMAC, or Fargass. They have strengths and weakness between them.

    Our current team, with a QB who is struggling and has accuracy issues makes the RB important.

    My sentiment is, we need explosive plays, yet we haven’t seen to many from any of the RB’S.

    I say until the coaches institute a package of plays for DMAC, who is still injured, the player who should be playing and receiving most of the reps is Bush.

    Bush will and could be that back, nimble, hard runner, has explosion in the open field and can make defensive players miss in the open field has advantages that Fargass does not.

    Fargass should be used in a limited or complimentary way to rest or play in certain situations,like passing downs, short yardage role.

    The knock on Bush is his blocking, and yes it was unsatisifactory, but recently and for the past 3 games he is much better. Those blitz packages are being picked up and he is recognizing where to go and who to block.

    We need explosive plays, until our passing game improves and Bush will and should be our main RB in evey game, until the changes mentioned improve.

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    Baseball is a wonderful game for statisticians. They have boiled the entire game down to percentages. Football is the ULTIMATE GAME, and ULTIMATE TEAM GAME and stats don’t work as well. Let me give you an example: A Pass play is called, the Left Tackle COMPLETELY whiffs on his 280 lb Defensive End who comes free. The Q, sees this, rolls right, and throws the ball away avoiding the sack. The Q makes the right play, but his stat line is 0/1, 0 yards, 0.00% completion. He makes the right play, but sucks on a stat line. Something is wrong. You have to watch tape to see what is going on. Every single NFL and college coach will say that in their post game presser, “Once I watch the tape…”

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # LA to TheBay Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    “Yes I agree 3 yards a carry and no TDs sure makes alot of your opportunities lol. Remember the Giants game? We get a luck spec teams fumble recovery and then Farglass gets the rock what happens? Thanks. Who did the team have to put in at RB to even score? Thanks”

    Thank you Stat Boy

    Fargas’ 3 yards a carry and no TDs in reality (not stat fantasy league world)= great performance and big contribution in WINNING the game.

    Enjoy your stats. I’ll enjoy inspired football and wins.
    *******************************

    I’m not even a big stat freak but to say 3 yards a carry is great is terrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible! Come on my lost subject.

    No I enjoy the wins and inspired football……….I go the games

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

    Jester out. Fosters oil can(s) await.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:14 pm

    # Brien the Grand Guru Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    Glenn, Russell wasnt giving a damn and you know it. We all know Frye and Grad stink but at least they would give a damn and show some fire. Is that too much to ask?

    Farglass was a spark for 13 points huh. what big carry did he have that led to a TD scoring drive? I’ll wait
    ================================================

    In a game like the Philly game, it is not necessarily the points. We scored 13 and won. It was the field position. Do you remember in the 2nd half I believe where Higgins muffs the punt, and we take over at our 15 yard line?? Fargas busts a couple of 8-10 yard runs, catches an 11 yard out, and we take the field position battle back over, pinning them back in the black hole end. It’s those things that win games.
    **************************************

    Yes and I gave him his little credit. Talent lacking people like Farglass have their part.

    You think we are winning games like that week in and week out? No way in hell can we. Farglass sucks still and nothing will ever change that

  • DMAC

    Give me a few sweeps, tosses, and screens and I’ll show you what I can do! Or put me in as a slot WR!

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    # DMAC Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    If you guys want to give credit to someone for last Sundays victory, it should go to Gary Russell.
    ============================================

    Actually it wasn’t. Gary Russell had a couple of big plays, and caught the last conversion that essentially iced the game for us, but Fargas played big in that game when Philly was starting to take the game over physically. That was the deciding factor in the game.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Bo Schembechler Jackson Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    Why can’t DMAC ever run hard like Fargas?
    *******************************

    Ok Bo now the heavy duty from all the snow shoveling is affecting you. Take a break man. I’m very concerned about the court jester.

  • DMAC

    Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:24 pm
    # DMAC Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    If you guys want to give credit to someone for last Sundays victory, it should go to Gary Russell.
    ============================================

    Actually it wasn’t. Gary Russell had a couple of big plays, and caught the last conversion that essentially iced the game for us, but Fargas played big in that game when Philly was starting to take the game over physically. That was the deciding factor in the game.
    =======================================================

    Fargas wouldn’t have done chit w/out Russell blocking for him last week.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    # DMAC Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    If you guys want to give credit to someone for last Sundays victory, it should go to Gary Russell.
    ============================================

    Actually it wasn’t. Gary Russell had a couple of big plays, and caught the last conversion that essentially iced the game for us, but Fargas played big in that game when Philly was starting to take the game over physically. That was the deciding factor in the game.
    *********************************

    Who was the lead fullback on those Farglass runs?

    NEXT!

  • DMAC

    Would love to see Fargas run behind Luke.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    Farglass= not good

    Farglass defenders= lay off of the LSD

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    why did Bush not do anything then?? Doesn’t He have the same lead blocker??

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Bo Schembechler Jackson Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    Jester out. Fosters oil can(s) await.
    **************************************

    Foster’s? LOL okay Bo. Man up get some real brew

  • DKnight007

    DMAC Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:11 pm
    You guys should still have faith in me! I’ll be back and prove you wrong!

    ^^^^^^I have faith, but DMC needs to use his vision more instead of trying to run over people all time.

    DMC needs to use more slash and make people miss instead of trying to run them over.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Raider Dell Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    The most discussed topic in here more often than not is Fargas.

    I can’t remember a playr that brings out the convictions of all with some spicy name calling to add to the argument.

    The physical dimension Fargas has, or what physical dimensions he lacks has been so well documented in this blog. The comments must be over 2000, yet he is still here and running hard, not scoring touchdowns, and has no explosive runs since the Miami game two years ago.

    The strength of our team is RB, yet we all have our favorites, Bush, DMAC, or Fargass. They have strengths and weakness between them.

    Our current team, with a QB who is struggling and has accuracy issues makes the RB important.

    My sentiment is, we need explosive plays, yet we haven’t seen to many from any of the RB’S.

    I say until the coaches institute a package of plays for DMAC, who is still injured, the player who should be playing and receiving most of the reps is Bush.

    Bush will and could be that back, nimble, hard runner, has explosion in the open field and can make defensive players miss in the open field has advantages that Fargass does not.

    Fargass should be used in a limited or complimentary way to rest or play in certain situations,like passing downs, short yardage role.

    The knock on Bush is his blocking, and yes it was unsatisifactory, but recently and for the past 3 games he is much better. Those blitz packages are being picked up and he is recognizing where to go and who to block.

    We need explosive plays, until our passing game improves and Bush will and should be our main RB in evey game, until the changes mentioned improve.
    ***************************************

    Part of my royal high council also makes good points. It helps me in being the great ruler that I am

  • DKnight007

    Still waiting to see Cable or Tollner call a couple of bubble screen passes to DHB or Murphy or some freakin 10 yard hitches, curls or outs!

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # DKnight007 Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    DMAC Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:11 pm
    You guys should still have faith in me! I’ll be back and prove you wrong!

    ^^^^^^I have faith, but DMC needs to use his vision more instead of trying to run over people all time.

    DMC needs to use more slash and make people miss instead of trying to run them over.
    ************************************

    DMAC is listening to too many haters out there about him not running between the tackles. He will be fine I have unshakeable confidence in that

  • DMAC

    “I really think I should go back to wearing my Addidas, instead of these chitty Nikes!”

  • LA to TheBay

    Indeed, Fargas looked young all over again with his trademark crash-test running style. He burst through gaps and took on tacklers head-first, sending Eagles strong safety Quintin Mikell staggering to the sideline after a 14-yard run in the third quarter.

    Fargas also remains the team’s best blocking back, and that was huge against the blitz-happy Eagles.

    On one play, he picked up a corner blitz to give quarterback JaMarcus Russell time to get off a 19-yard screen pass.

    “You need a guy who will go in there with his shoulders square,” Cable said. “That’s what he does.”

    -David White, Chronicle Staff Writer

    White said it for me. Fargas is a mench.

    He doesn’t have the stats. I don’t do FFL, so I really don’t care.

    Stat sheets don’t show how hard a guy runs or how dedicated he is. Stat sheets won’t show blocking ability. Stat sheets show numbers.

  • Brien the Grand Guru

    # Oakglenn Says:
    October 23rd, 2009 at 12:29 pm

    why did Bush not do anything then?? Doesn’t He have the same lead blocker??
    ******************************

    How many carries did he get? Thank you. We seen Bush get 20 plus carries one time…………..one time…………….onnnneeeeeeeeeeeeeee………..and what happened?

  • LA to TheBay

    This team needs leaders. Examples.

    Fargas doesn’t have the raw talent the other backs do.

    So what’s they’re excuse?