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Raiders live chat on Tuesday at noon

Where do the Raiders need to improve on most? Join us here for a Raiders live chat on Tuesday at noon PDT as Jerry McDonald analyzes where the team goes from here following their dismal performance against the New York Jets.

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  • 4evaRaider

    JuanMarcos!!!!!!

    JuanMarcos you MUST PASS the CHIMMY-CHONGA 2 the WR’s…you MUST STOP EATING THEM!!!!

    Soo…1 more time from the top…AND

  • Silver-n-Smac

    RaiderYYZ:

    Actually, the first thing Sanchez said after that Buffalo loss was that they lost because of him.

    But, as I said in post #193 above, JaMarcus is simply not there yet in his maturation as an adult.

    He will be, but, he’s still very much an immature kid.

    Like you, I have much hope for him and believe that he will improve as others around him improve and mature.

    In the meantime, we’re gonna have to sit here and hear all these guys rip him to shreds.

  • RaiderYYZ

    Richochet all i’m saying is I always take comments to the media with a grain of salt.

    So much has been put squarly on his shoulders alone which I think is unfair that at this point what is he supposed to do? I didn’t hear Mark Sanchez say anything about playing better after 5 INT’s.

    “Seek out coaches instead of the opposite”…
    C’mon that’s knit-picking…

    If when Schilens comes back and he’s 100%, the line is giving him at least a little time, combined with more time with Murphy & Hey bey and he’s still playing this bad then I will be more critical.

    Until then I don’t think the circumstances merit much higher expectations to be honest.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    So Jerry asks Cable whether Russell should face the media and face up to his mistakes in the game and Cable says: “I think when he’s comfortable enough to do that, mature enough to do that…”!

    How old IS Russell, twelve?

  • Silver-n-Smac

    RaiderYYZ:

    Actually, the first thing Sanchez said after that Buffalo loss was that they lost because of him.

    But, as I said in post #193 above, JaMarcus is simply not there yet in his maturation as an adult.

    He will be, but, he’s still very much an immature kid.

    Like you, I have much hope for him and believe that he will improve as others around him improve and mature.

    In the meantime, we’re gonna have to sit here and hear all these guys rip him to shreds.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Evening Nation, I see the blog is still screwed up.

  • los raiders de don rober

    Man, you guys see old Al up in his box? Weekend at Bernies or what?

  • Silver-n-Smac

    # los raiders de don rober Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 10:27 am

    Man, you guys see old Al up in his box? Weekend at Bernies or what?

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

    I hate to burst your bubble man, but, you ain’t gonna look like Brad Pitt when you’re 80 either.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Russell is not the only problem but he’s a BIG problem.
    Ist drive-a fumble.
    2nd drive-an interception.
    3rd drive-an interception.

    Then after the game we get Russell arging with the coach and refusing to any kind of responsibility.

    Cable probably wants to bench this guy like crazy but Al wants him to play.

  • los raiders de don rober

    I know I’m not gonna look good at 80. But man, sad sight of a man that does not know how to let go when everything around him is falling to shreds….

  • LA to TheBay

    I’m tired of “athletic” QBs.

    Russell is a project.

    Either you

    A) Bench him and allow him to develop there
    B) Start him and hope he develops on the fly
    C) Cut him in an uncapped year and start over

    I would say they should restructure his deal as best they can and sit him behind a guy with a chip on his shoulder and who is real hungry (no jokes please, too easy).

    Gannon would throw rocks at Gruden’s window at 6 AM to let him in the building. The had to make Gannon a key.

    Him and Gruden watched film constantly. Gannon may have been a system QB, and a noodle arm, etc, etc., but the guy had an unmatched work ethic and a chip on his shoulder.

    Of course it took a coach with unwaivering faith in him and smarts enough to build a team around him and weed out the malcontents.

    Cable looks like he’s trying (in his own words, “I’m just a ball coach, fellas”) but few are responding, at least consistently. And he certainly is not an X’s and O’s guy.

    Maybe if you look at it like Cable, Hackett, and co. are trying to coach up young players and instill in them a mindset rather than an Xs and Os approach. They’ll learn under fire and be that much better once they have a real system and some consistency down the road.

    Al has to be willing to take a chance again and get a coach who will not only get in the players’ faces, but his own as well.

    You don’t have to dump the philosophy/identity entirely. You can keep that intact and play smart, modern football.

  • Florida Pete

    ya gotta admit though…

    Al Davis has the coolest freaking hobby on the planet!!!

  • neilb

    morning all

    …….evening EnglandRaider.

  • CJ Legend 34

    Raider 75

    The key to what you said is the right system!
    We have not had the right system in 5+ years.

    It is not just Russel it is the whole system.

    ————————————————–
    Raider75 Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 10:05 am
    Raiders should look at Jason Campbell next year. He is a free agent in 2010 and could be a heck of a qb in the right system.

    He could be had for a lot less money than Russell, has better numbers (85 QB rating this year, has had a 3000 yard passing year in 2008), and is more athletic (6′5, 230).

  • Richochet

    Silver-n-Smac Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 9:48 am
    But, I’ve always had a good read on people’s psyche’s during my life (yeah, laugh away)

    RICHOCHET: Dude,..you ran the “Al is the Raiders. If you don’t accept every idiot thing he does, go support another team”.
    I doubt if you have a good read on the Sunday comic page, much less other people’s psyche’s.

    ##########################3
    1. Deep down, he’s a good kid, with a big heart. I don’t mean “big heart” in football terms. I just mean he cares about the people close to him. He’s not a bad guy. He’s not the un-caring loser everyone makes him out to be.

    RICHOCHET: Huh??? He “likes his buddies”?? Wow. Gosh. Thanks. Well, hell…that sure clears things up, doesn’t it? Yeah, lol..big time grasp on his “psyche”..
    Doesn’t EVERYONE care about those “close to them’? What the hell does that have to do with him not giving a damn about his conditioning, or his play? NOTHING..that’s what.

    #####################

    2. He’s very immature. Not immature as in he doesn’t give a crap what anyone says, but, rather – that he is completely overwhelmed by having so much money and having 30 microphones in his face.

    RICHOCHET: Not liking mics has nothing to do with being in love with the buffet table, bling, and being a party animal with his “entourage”. Overwhelmed? WTF??? Guy has mic’s in his face AFTER A GAME..that’s it. All week long and ALL OFFSEASON LONG he can do those extra things to help the team, yet he doesn’t.
    Weak ass excuse, as usual, Silver-n-Whine.

    ####################

    3. With that being said, and despite his 275 pound frame, I think he’s INSECURE AS HELL. That may sound crazy but it’s the truth. When a kid plays as horribly as he did last Sunday and relinquishes all blame and asks “do you think it’s me?”, he’s showing that he’s simply not ready to handle the limelight. Like it or not, it’s a defense mechanism. He knows he’s the reason we lost. But, standing there and admitting it on live TV is embarrassing to him. He doesn’t want to admit that with his buddies ( his “possy”) watching.

    RICHOCHET: And YOU are an idiot. Insecure? lol..dude, you have zero grasp of psyche’s. See, someone insecure? They are NEVER happy with how they’re doing, you moron. Insecure people NEVER state “it’s not me” or “I’m happy where I am.” Insecure people usually stay longer on a job, put in extra hours, always thinking they can do something better…because THEY AREN’T SECURE IN WHAT THEY JUST DID. Russell is blase’, not insecure. Russell is “slow”, not insecure. Russell just couldn’t give a damn, and that’s NOT WHAT INSECURE PEOPLE DO. An insecure qb would fret over every miss, fumble, interception.
    Russell?? “ho-hum…where’s the bench..my beanie..WHERE’S MY BEANIE??”

    And honestly? “possy”?? What’s a possy? Oh, you mean posse..ok, got it.
    BTW..that comment about not wanting to admit it to his “friends watching’? ROFLMFAO..wow..arguably the dumbest thing you’ve ever said, and that says a lot.

    ###################3

    Jamarcus does care, but until he grows up some and realizes that you’re more of a man when you admit that you’re wrong, he’ll continue to put up that self-defense shield.

    RICHOCHET: Oh stop, lol. JR “cares’? When you come in, ADMITTING YOU’RE OUT OF SHAPE, AND VASTLY OVERWEIGHT..explain how he CARES??? Oh, yeah, he cares that everyone is POINTING OUT HIS BAD PLAY, but doesn’t give one damn about doing anything about it. He CARES that he’s called out for his bad throws, but instead CASTS THE BLAME TO THE REST OF THE TEAM.
    He cares that his $150,000 diamond encrusted necklace jersey is centered exactly over his protruding gut when someone pulls out a camera, but doesn’t care enough to get rid of the gut.

    #####################

    I may be the only human being on earth (besides Al) who thinks he’s going to be a good quarterback. The Raiders haven’t made it easy for him – that’s for sure.

    RICHOCHET: Bravo..you now have joined the “blame EVERYONE BUT JR” brigade.

    See, that’s exactly what losers do.
    Winners? Leaders? They take it upon themselves to make themselves better, and those around them.
    Losers always have excuses. Always point the finger elsewhere…you know…like you do.

    And Russell.

  • RaiderYYZ

    “RICHOCHET: Bravo..you now have joined the “blame EVERYONE BUT JR” brigade.”

    I’m spreading the wealth of blame evenly. JaMarcus gets a share. Cable gets a share. The wr’s get a share. The O-LINE gets a share.

    Add up all other shares and Jamarcus is still getting more of the blame. Can you henstly say that’s justified?

    Last 2 weeks Eli Manning has 5 turnovers, and has completed less than 50% of his passes, Giants are 0-2.

    This from 2 weeks of poor O-Line play (this past week first time in over 2 seasons a SINGLE member of O-Line is out), wr’s dropping passes and missing routes.

    I’m not comparing JaMarcus to Eli, my point is put Eli on the Raiders and he’s no longer Eli Manning.

    I won’t lay total blame on JaMarcus until he actually has a legitimate opportunity to succeed and he is single handedly holding them back, a la what Tavaris Jackson sis for the Vikes.

  • CJ Legend 34

    Does anyone want to bet me that Russel goes to another team and wins a back up position as someones project and eventually a starter?

    Russel has 4 issues: 1) his wasteline 2) A new coach and scheme every year 3) confidence in this team starting with himself, to the line, to the coaches, to the D. 4) A veteran WR that he count on to get open.

    I am not Russel fan but you put the back up in the game and I saw the same garbage play.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Los Raiders De Don Rober!

    Post 207:

    I love Al Davis but that’s funny.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Evening Neilb

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Richocrap:

    Everything I said about JaMarcus is accurate. You’re just too stupid to understand human behavior beyond the perfectly logical life in which your spoiled, sorry little ass was raised in. Not everyone sees the world in the “correct” way you ass.

    If you don’t believe this kid is insecure, you’re a complete idiot. (which I already know you are)

    You can go on and on about his weight. You’re getting no argument here. I agree he needs to weight, not from a mobility standpoint but from a “Hey, look – I do give a damn” standpoint.

    He’s plenty mobile enough. He’s more mobile than guys like Aikman or Bledsoe ever were in their entire careers.

    I don’t give a rat’s ass about his physique. How good did the Kenny the “snake” look during his great years?
    He had a body that resembled a sponge. Do you think anyone gave a crap if he worked out in the gym or not? If you produce, nobody talks. Period. He hasn’t produced. That doesn’t mean he doesn’t care you dumb-ass.

    And how can you even begin to comment on what it’s like to have national media scrutiny when the closest thing to being a celebrity that you can relate to is everybody in here knowing you’re the biggest idiot on the internet?

    Try again clown.

  • CJ Legend 34

    Richochet

    None of you guys know this guy so what does it matter? You are not in his head. The results speak for him but you don’t truly know this guys character. He could draw blank in front of a camera, I don’t know this young man and you don’t either.

  • Richochet

    los raiders de don rober Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 10:27 am
    Man, you guys see old Al up in his box? Weekend at Bernies or what?
    ————————–
    LMAO..pretty funny stuff.

    Anyone ever notice how no one ever sits next to Al? No one talks to him?

    Even Otto, who’s a mainstay in the box, always seems to stay just out of reach of Al’s cane.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    4Eva:

    Have McNabb give a pep talk to Russell before every game?

    I don’t know…Russell doesn’t really like to put in extra time working on his job.

    We could just Russell for McNabb although we’d have to throw in a sweetener-say Fort Knox or the state of Nevada?

  • CJ Legend 34

    I do know his game and confidence looks like jello right now.

  • Florida Pete

    CJ Legend 34 Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 10:54 am

    I do know his game and confidence looks like jello right now.

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

    ask any kid what it’s like when you don’t do your homework… and you show up to the test unprepared…

    that’s what Russell’s going through…

    and i have very little sympathy for either the kid or for Russell…

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Neilb:

    No didn’t do that Neilb.

    Come Sunday, I’ve just got to be watching the Raiders.
    You?

  • Richochet

    CJ Legend 34 Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 10:49 am
    Does anyone want to bet me that Russel goes to another team and wins a back up position as someones project and eventually a starter?

    Russel has 4 issues: 1) his wasteline 2) A new coach and scheme every year 3) confidence in this team starting with himself, to the line, to the coaches, to the D. 4) A veteran WR that he count on to get open.

    I am not Russel fan but you put the back up in the game and I saw the same garbage play.
    =======================
    I’ll take that bet.
    NO WAY IN HELL he becomes a starter anywhere else..ever.

    Think about it.

    You start a new job.
    You’re handed a massive bank account, new Maserati, new mansion..IN ADVANCE.
    You then are asked to do your best..BUT YOU DECIDE YOU’RE NOT GOING TO. When questioned about why your results are the worst IN THE COMPANY? You reply “not my fault. everyone else’s fault..but not mine”
    When asked ‘don’t you think you can do better?” You reply “No, I think I’m doing just fine.”

    Now..WHY would someone decide to do elsewhere what he refuses to do for the company that handed him the Golden Ticket?

    What’s the bet?

  • neilb

    England….

    did you go to the London game ?

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Anyone that saw JaMarcus as the reporter “do you think it’s my fault” could see that the kid was nervous and uncomfortable answering questions about his poor play.

    That doesn’t make him a loser and it doesn’t mean he doesn’t care.

    As I said before, that’s a defense-mechanism from someone who’s simply not mature enough yet to handle things in the “right” way.

    When DHB drops passes, there is not nearly the amount of pressure & scrutiny on him that there is with a #1 QB pick in the entire draft. That tag has ruined many a player in the past.

    Look at Alex Smith. Great kid. Good work ethic, but, completely folded under that pressure.

    Not to mention that he’s just not very good. The half of football that he just played, against a vanilla defense, was the best half of football that kid has EVER played in the NFL.

    And here he is, 5 years after being drafted, with the opportunity to revive his career.

    JaMarcus has had WAY more positive moments and has shown WAY more potential than Smith ever did.

    And here we are, after like 23 starts in the league and people want to give up on him.

    Impatience is lame.

    And too many people have it thsse days.

  • Richochet

    RaiderYYZ Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 10:48 am
    “RICHOCHET: Bravo..you now have joined the “blame EVERYONE BUT JR” brigade.”

    I’m spreading the wealth of blame evenly. JaMarcus gets a share. Cable gets a share. The wr’s get a share. The O-LINE gets a share.

    Add up all other shares and Jamarcus is still getting more of the blame. Can you henstly say that’s justified?

    =========================
    Honestly, I can.

    When a player is the WORST PLAYER in the NFL, at his position?
    When that same player refuses to take any blame?
    When that same player refuses to accept responsibility?
    When that same player comes into camp out of shape?
    When that same player shows up unprepared? As in STILL doesn’t know the whole playbook?

    The last comment alone is indicative of the problem. Honestly, can you find a single solid reason that JR didn’t at least LEARN THE PLAYBOOK THIS PAST OFFSEASON?
    He sure as hell wasn’t working out, right?

    Every position above mentioned came into camp in the best possible shape..except for JR.
    Every position mentioned above studied and learned the playbook in their FIRST year..except JR.
    Every single position/person mentioned above has clearly accepted responsibility/blame for their mistakes, except JR.

    Why give JR a pass?
    What has he done to deserve all of this forgiving?

    Nothing.

    IF HE CAME INTO CAMP IN SHAPE? Don’t you think a lot of the media/fans would cut him some slack?
    Or at least puts in the effort to learn the freaking playbook? These two points alone means he shouldn’t be given a pass, period, on anything.

    He’s not dedicated. And that fact is very very obvious.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    JERRY:

    I like your writing but your blog sucks.

    Questions are being posted BEFORE the question!

    You must make a ton of money Jerry, how about fixing the blog?

  • neilb

    Just my view,but JaMarcus came off the field on Sunday and it looked like he didn’t care.His body language stunk.No talking to coaches,no trying to lift the team,nothing.He sat down and didn’t freaking care.

    ………and why should he ? He’s got the money,cars,homes,women.Why should he give a damn.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    I mean answers are being posted before the question!

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Neilb:

    I answered you but it showed up way ahead of your question.

  • http://www.actionext.com/playlist_57486.html La Milicia Negra

    # M Lonetree Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 7:32 am

    LMN,

    I blame the time-stamp problem on you as your Danish time-zone has upset all of the hamsters running on their wheels which power this blog.
    ________________________________________________________

    maybe so, but then hire some hamsters from India who understands it… NTP, or Network Time Protocol isnt hi-tec its rather common…

    Jerry step up, and ask for new hamsters!!

  • RaiderRockstar

    anybody who only has 2 TD’s and a whopping 13 turnovers in 7 games that doesn’t think he’s playing poorly or that he’s a part of the problem is probably just as delusional as the man who drafted him.

  • Richochet

    neilb Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 11:05 am
    Just my view,but JaMarcus came off the field on Sunday and it looked like he didn’t care.His body language stunk.No talking to coaches,no trying to lift the team,nothing.He sat down and didn’t freaking care.

    ………and why should he ? He’s got the money,cars,homes,women.Why should he give a damn.
    ============================
    Good point.
    Did you notice how, prior to being yanked, he would just go sit..by himself…all relaxed?

    Then Grab goes in..and NOW JR HAS ON HIS HELMET? Stands there for 15-20 minutes…helmet on..Like “Ok, now I’m ready to play”??

  • RaiderRockstar

    Richochet : I think you’re giving Russell too much slack … you forgot to mention that he has missed at least 1 meeting and was late for several others.

    he also threw one of his WR’s under the bus recently.

  • LA to TheBay

    JaMarcus Russell = Willie Beaman without the jets.

    I don’t claim to know what goes on in his head and I’ve told others they shouldn’t presume to either.

    I only know what I see as a fan and someone who’s been around football for a while.

    The way he’s responding to the media won’t endear him to his teammates. They’re in the locker room fielding questions about his poor play and he is nowhere to be found. I can only hope hes taped his eyes open and is having a serious coffee-enduced marathon film session with Hackett.

    He does have the physical tools to be a great QB. Anyone who argues that just doesn’t see it and that’s fine. He takes time to get into his drop and his footwork is lousy, but when he makes the correct read, plants, and lets it fly, it’s money.

    It would seem to me he’s thinking too much and that after a year and a half of being hidden by Kiffin and Cable, then told he’s been given the keys, let er rip, but wait, we’re going to overhaul your mechanics, he’s seriously out of rhthym.

    I also think he’s possibly slow, but more likely he’s a guy with ice water in his veins, so he looks indifferent and the game has not slowed down for him.

    The bottom line is this: potential means nothing. If he got his head in the right spot, he could tear it up.

    Currently, its not and unfortunately, the organization hes in is a mess and his coach is too aggressive in his play calling.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    The problem with the team really isn’t Cable. You can question his play calling but with a good OC he could be a real good head coach.

    The problem is the number 80.

    Al Davis is and always will be a football genius but he just can’t do it all any more. No one can do at 80 what they even did at 70. It’s physiologically impossible.
    He needs to retire at least 95% and hire a really good GM who has complete authority.

    Al, at 80, knows he doesn’t have that long and he wants a winner to go out on.
    The way he sees it he can’t afford to wait so he’s taking more gambles than usual.
    How else do you explain the draft when we were so desperate for OL and DL players?

  • RaiderYYZ

    “Richochet Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Good point.
    Did you notice how, prior to being yanked, he would just go sit..by himself…all relaxed?

    Then Grab goes in..and NOW JR HAS ON HIS HELMET? Stands there for 15-20 minutes…helmet on..Like “Ok, now I’m ready to play”??”

    He had his helmet on SO HE COULD LISTEN TO THE PLAYS BEING CALLED. Remember that microphone in QB’s helmets? He cared about what was going on in the game. He had a towel in his hand ready to wave to cheer on his team-mates. When DHB dropped the late pass for a TD he was visibly upset.

    Richochet, he’s not nearly the bad guy you make him out to be.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    O.K. – enough negativity man!

    Can’t we talk some Raider football around here?

    Like real talk about the upcoming game?

    Is SD gonna try and run the ball on us even though they suck at it this year?

    I know we can’t completely shut Rivers down, so I say we simply do NOT let them run the ball and hope that our corners do enough to get the job done.

    Zach always does well against SD and JaMarcus has had some good games against them as well.

    I hope the Raiders play with the same fire as week 1. And I hope they learned not to play that stupid soft zone at the end of a game.

  • neilb

    England….

    no I didn’t.After all the bull with the Giants/Phins game I have not bothered since.

  • http://www.actionext.com/playlist_57486.html La Milicia Negra

    http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2009/October/09-nsd-1157.html

    Scary, when our friends starting planning to attack us : /

  • Silver-n-Smac

    It seems like if you cut your comment, and then refresh a couple of times in a row, and then paste your comment, then your post will appear last on the list as it should.

  • Richochet

    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 11:06 am
    Neilb:

    I answered you but it showed up way ahead of your question.
    ===========================
    try this:
    1. type comment.
    2. ctrl-a (to highlight)
    3. ctrl-c (to copy)
    4. hit RED X NEXT TO ADDRESS BAR (stops hamsters)
    5. hit refresh double-arrow bar
    6. after page refreshes hit red x (see above re: hamsters)
    7. ctrl-v (to paste comment)
    8. hit RED X AGAIN..(stops the hamsters from trying to think outside the “box”)
    9. hit “Submit Comment”

    Only takes a couple of seconds, and works MOST of the time..not all.

    IF it works, please send Haggis ASAP….if not? Never mind :)

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Richochet:

    Let me ask you something man. You and I attack each other pretty good around here, and as far as I’m concerned, it’s good healthy smack talk and that’s all.

    But seriously, I know you’re down on the Raiders. Hell, we’re all down on them. They’ve sucked for a long time now.

    But, you must get on this blog because you give a damn about the team, right?

    I mean, some Sunday, do you not still get excited to watch Raider ball? Or are you actually watching the game with the hope that they continue to suck so that you can come on here and gloat about being right about this or right about that?

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Hey LMN!

    How’s everything?
    Don’t see you on here much anymore.

    Did you get married or are the pirates getting too much for you?

  • RaiderYYZ

    again just because of this messed up blog…

    ““Richochet Says:
    October 27th, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Then Grab goes in..and NOW JR HAS ON HIS HELMET? Stands there for 15-20 minutes…helmet on..Like “Ok, now I’m ready to play”??””

    He had his helmet on SO HE COULD LISTEN TO THE PLAYS BEING CALLED. Remember that microphone in QB’s helmets? He cared about what was going on in the game. He had a towel in his hand ready to wave to cheer on his team-mates. When DHB dropped the late pass for a TD he was visibly upset.

    Richochet, he’s not nearly the bad guy you make him out to be.

  • http://RAIDERS Oakglenn

    # Mistabrown Says:
    October 26th, 2009 at 8:39 pm

    Terrapin,
    Nobody is going to lead this franchise anywhere! The point ISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Russell needs to have the sh!t kicked out of him until he “gets it” or he needs to go back to Alabammy and spend the remainder of his $ on bling & bbq. The kid needs a wakeup call!
    =================================================

    hahahahahahaha. If there is ANYONE in the UNIVERSE that needs a wakeup call it’s this complete moron named fista-brown.