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Cable: All is well

By Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer
Thursday, January 28th, 2010 at 9:43 pm in Oakland Raiders.

Raiders coach Tom Cable was either doing his best impression of Chip Diller or has long been privy to knowledge he’s kept to himself until Thursday.

Other than a few quick comments to a reporter at the scouting combine, Cable made himself available to his first extended interview with KHTK (1140-AM) and host MIke Lamb and sounded a lot like the Kevin Bacon character in the movie “Animal House,” who told parade goers “remain calm, all is well,” as chaos ensued around them.

For the record, the Raiders continue to insist the Cable’s situation is being evaluated.

A transcription of the KHTK interview:

Q: What do you think of Idaho (guard) Mike Iupati? Seen him?

Cable: Oh, yeah. Good player. Really, he’s got a lot of skill, he’s got a lot of size and he’s got the right combination to be, hopefully, very successful in the NFL.

Q: What do you hope to accomplish at the Senior Bowl?

Cable: Well, you’re really looking at these kids and trying to familiarize yourself with them as you prepare for the next step, which will be the combine. So, you get a chance to look at, basically, 70-some players, you get a chance to go back now and look at all the juniors that are coming out and just kind of start comparing this whole thing and then it gets you ready for the combine. Because that group that was here in Mobile, they’ll be at the combine, as well as all those juniors that came out. So, it gives you a great opportunity to kind of get a jump on it and familiarize yourself with the whole group.

Q: Does the Senior Bowl or scouting combine mean more to you?

Cable: Seeing them work as a football player practicing the game, how they take to the drills, how they learn, seeing how well they can pick things up and then go out and execute because that’s important at our level. You have to be able to do it, really, from Day 1 to a certain extent. So, that gives you an advantage that way. Certainly, you get a chance to really study them and talk to them and interview them at the combine and see them run and do some athletic things.

Q: What do you make of the Tom Cable Watch the past three weeks or so? Have you spoken with Davis and what have you learned?

Cable: Well, we’ve had a lot of conversations. You’re right, there’s been a lot of speculation. But the whole time, we’ve talked about where we’re at as a football team. And that’s everything. That’s the organization, that’s the coaches, that’s the roster, our free agents, who we need to get signed back, just everything that goes into it. We really never have had discussions about what would or wouldn’t happen. It’s just always been about evaluating the Oakland Raiders. I don’t know that at anytime he’s ever said he was going to change or he wasn’t going to change. It’s just an evaluation process that every team goes through. We did great diligence in terms of an organization, the coaches, and here we are getting ready for the 2010 season and starting the scouting routine with the Senior Bowl.

Q: So, do you expect to be the coach of the Raiders for 2010?

Cable: Well, absolutely. I don’t think there was ever any question. That, really, was more speculation than anything else. It’s never been a thought in my mind. We went at this thing every day, whether it was discussions with the owner or discussions with the staff, that we were moving forward and getting ready for 2010. So, it’s never really been an issue for us.

Q: What did you like and dislike about last season’s team?

Cable: Well, there’s a couple of things. The first thing that we learned about this team, or what we’ve become is very competitive. We’re at that stage now, where it’s time to take the next step, and the next step is becoming a playoff team. It will be the hardest step but it’s the next one for this group. That has to be our goal, and our purpose for 2010, is to be a playoff team. Anything less than that isn’t good enough. That’s just how I feel about it. What we’ve learned about our team is, we’ve got a couple of issues. One, we got to score more points on offense. That’s number one. And number two, we’ve had a big issue in terms of the big play defensively, giving it up. Those are two areas that just jump out at you as things we have to do much, much better in 2010 to be a playoff team. And, then the third thing, probably that was most significant, is finding a return game on our special teams.

Q: How big a part of your job is getting Russell to be better?

Cable: He’s just one man on this football team. He knows he’s got to get better. We know we’ve got to get him better. But everyone on this team, coaching staff, players alike, has to get better, and that starts with me. So, obviously, people want to single someone out or whatever that is but right now, it’s about all of us getting better.

Q: It’s a quarterback driven league, how much is execution and how much is leadership?

Cable: I don’t think there’s any question about that. You look at the two teams in the Super Bowl, they both have outstanding quarterbacks, both guys bring leadership to the talble, but leadership to me, comes form all areas, I think you’ve got to have someone like that at every position, so I don’t know that it’s necessarily just the quarterback, it’s everybody involved.

Q: What is Hue Jackson’s role, to get the most of out JaMarcus Russell?

Cable: I think that’s just part of of it. I think the biggest goal for Hue is to get our offense to be more of a scoring threat, with some consistency, and that’s the reason he’s here, and I‘m excited about it. I think it’s something as an organization that we needed to do. I think it will help me as a head coach, to be able to handle some other things, and put more attention to other things.

Q: Was it your decision to bring him in, or one made by the organization?

Cable: I think it was everyone involved, because it’s important that we improve, and when you look at where we need to improve I need to do a better job at
managing this team and looking at all areas and not be so focused in one area like I was and I think it will help us a great deal.

Q: As you called the plays and ran the offense, did you find yourself saying it was more than one person could handle?

Cable: To some degree I did. I think I felt some of that during the season. You know, the second half of the season, we scored doubled our point output in over 100 yards a game in offense, so there was improvement there, but again it gets back to scoring points and I think some freshness, won’t change the system per
se, but try to try and add and make it better.

Q: What are your needs as you look at the Senior Bowl and get ready for the NFL draft?

Cable: Well, we have some things, that I probably won’t talk about right now, let’s keep looking at this, as I said, we’ll look at Moble here, we’ll look at
the group of juniors that are coming out, and see if the players are going to be there for us in terms for our needs and really dial in to those needs.

Q: Did you find it getting easier after first game and did you get some gratification seeing the growth of the team?

Cable: It’s made it more exciting. I don’t know that it’s ever an easy job, but it’s made it more exciting. In our last meeting after the Baltimore game, we talked about what’s in front of us, and the next step would be the most difficult one. That’s going from being a competitive team to the one that wins the games that it’s supposed to and you find a way to win some people don’t think you should, and that’s a playoff team, and that’s the next step, and as I said earlier, that’s our goal, period. I don’t think it’s changing the attitude. I think that’s done. I think, becoming competitive, I think that’s done, and now it’s kind of returning a position to where you can get in the tournament.

Q: When you took the job over if you were 100 percent away from your goal, how much closer are you now, 10 pct, 20 pct?

Cable: I think we’re halfway there, but as I mentioned, but the next half, or the next step is going to be the biggest one, and it’s also going to be the toughest one, and we’re ready for it now, and that’s why I’m excited and ready to do this now and so it will be up to us to see it through and be one of those teams next year.

Q: Sound like conversations went well and you’re going to continue on as coach of the Raiders?

Cable: Absolutely.

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

    The worst case scenario might be if Russell does come to camp in shape with a great attitude. He’s still not getting us to the playoffs yet we might start him over someone more capable

  • Norco Bob

    Dont worry inoneword,..he wont show up to camp in shape or with a good attitude,..at least we can count on him for that. Im not worried at all.

  • SacRaider

    Posted yesterday on Sacbee (not sure if its been mentioned here already). Hopefully Al sticks to this..

    Herrera: Jackson here to help whole offense, not merely to tutor Russell.

    “Received a pleasant call from Raiders senior executive John Herrera, who was reaching out in response to today’s column on new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. Herrera wanted to “set the record straight” on the thinking that Jackson was brought in to “only” work with JaMarcus Russell.

    “Hue Jackson was hired to work with the entire offense,” Herrera said, “regardless of who the quarterback might be.”

    Reading between the lines, that means nothing is guaranteed Russell, though he will have the opportunity to compete for the starting quarterback position.”

    Posted by Paul Gutierrez

  • YoungAmerican

    Our most glaring needs are on the O-line, for sure. We’ve needed another OT since the Gallery experiment went tits-up. I mean, we’ve been starting Cornell freaking Green at RT. It can’t get much worse.

    Cooper Carlisle has been disappointing, too. Maybe having a better RT will help him, but I wouldn’t be opposed to the Raiders bring in another interior offensive lineman (either a C or G), but that might be better left for free agency if we go OT in the draft.

    Still, as much as we need O-line help, I certainly wouldn’t mind seeing our first round pick be Rolando McClain. Big MLB, and a playmaker. Re-sign Howard, keep Trevor Scott playing SLB, and that should help our run defense.

    The draft is also deep at the DT position, but something tells me that Al is happy to franchise Seymour, give Shaughnessy (or Ellis if he’s back) the other DE spot, and let Kelly, Warren, and Desmond Bryant (with occasional cameos by Seymour) fight it out on the inside under the new D-line coach.

    While I have my doubts that the Raiders can actually develop a young QB, with a new offensive coordinator and Paul Hackett (presumably) still being the QB coach, Dan LeFevour and Tony Pike could both be intriguing options if they’re still around in the 3rd round or so. It would also help push Bruce Gradkowski a little more by giving him some talented young competition (since the whole “talented competition” thing likely won’t come from Jamarcus Russell).

    What a lot of people aren’t talking about, however, is the glaring lack of depth at CB. With any luck the whole Stanford Routt debacle has finally come to an end. I’d like to see the Raiders bring in a young corner to play the nickel slot, maybe even spell Chris Johnson on some downs. If I’m not mistaken Lito Sheppard is a free agent and might be a decent pickup, but the knock on him has always been his inconsistent tackling, and who knows if he’s physical enough to play corner in this particular defensive scheme. Still, it seems like anything would be better than Routt and Jonothan Holland being our only backup CBs.

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

    We need a new MLB. Odell Thurman? Of course Bresnahan has Raider contact…

    From Bengals.com:

    Former Bengals defensive coordinator Chuck Bresnahan still has his family based in Cincinnati and he’s still the coordinator for the Orlando franchise in the UFL. He has given a hearty recommendation for middle linebacker Odell Thurman to be reinstated to the NFL after his suspension for several off-field problems. Thurman was a big factor in the UFL’s unbeaten season that ended with a loss in the title game.

    » In 2005, Bresnahan’s first season as coordinator, Thurman, a second-round pick, had a Rookie of the Year-like season with five interceptions and four forced fumbles in the middle of a division championship defense that lived off turnovers. He never played another down for the Bengals and don’t look for him to do it now. But look for him somewhere.

    “Odell played lights-out football. It was really fun to watch him come back and do the things he loves to do,” Bresnahan said. “On the practice field, in the games, even in the meeting rooms during training camp and the season, he was incredible. His personality is infectious. He did a tremendous job.”

    Bresnahan is hoping Thurman has overcome the demons.

    “I would like to say yes because while he was there he was a model professional athlete,” Bresnahan said. “He did everything the right way. He studied. He abided by the rules. He did everything you asked him to do and he played lights-out football. I know there were (NFL) teams interested in the end, but he has to go through the reinstatement process. That’s up to him. I called on his behalf and really think the world of him as a football player and I think he has matured a lot and hopefully turned that corner for the positive.”

  • http://blstb.msn.com/i/55/90A2853B6CFBCC2AFC987BB18B832.jpg vegas raider

    Showing up to camp in shape is more to show his dedication to his teammates in the offseason.

    You can be in the greatest shape in the world, you still have to have a pocket presence and accuracy. Being in shape is a great first-step, but he can come in at 240 sculpted, and if he is still fumbling and one-hopping guys, it won’t help much.

    But it is the first step, so got to give him credit for that.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    # RaiderRockstar Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 6:38 am

    Bobby was right when most of us were wrong last year.

    everybody saw potential in Russell towards the end of last season and had hope that he would improve in Year #3 … Bob didn’t buy it and he tried to warn us
    ———————-
    Wrong, peanut.
    Everyone didn’t see potential in Russell.

    LMAO at ‘he tried to warn us’?

    What are you? Incapable of simple thought?

    HE TRIED TO WARN YOU? geez…

    Bad enough you’re a goose stepping racist skinhead, but a redneck as well?

    Ouch.

  • jhill

    better pocket presence = better offensive linemen!

  • Norco Bob

    SacRaider, thanks for posting that, thankfully we have you to post those articles, because none of us have internet access.

  • Chris in NY

    Bo,
    Interesting info on Odell Thurman. Could be a good low risk/high reward signing at the NFL minimum like the Saints got with DT Anthony Hargrove this season.

  • http://blstb.msn.com/i/55/90A2853B6CFBCC2AFC987BB18B832.jpg vegas raider

    Teams win Super Bowls every year with undrafted FA on the O-line, especially at guard.

    The don’t win with undrafted MLB, WR’s and Kurt Warner is the one exception at QB. Even sorry ass Dilfer was a first-round pick.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    Oh geez…look at the fleas who run the “WELL, IF JR SHOWS UP IN SHAPE, LET’S GIVE HIM CREDIT FOR THAT”..or “If he comes in with a good attitude”.

    isn’t a PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYER pretty much required to be in top shape? (I mean, except for Raider players, that is)

    isn’t a PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYER supposed to show up with a good attitude? Is there a SINGLE PLAYER IN THE LEAGUE who has a bad attitude, who’s NOT a “star”, that is not quickly dumped? (I mean, except for Raider players, that is)

    And now, if russell just does what he DAMN WELL SHOULD HAVE DONE SINCE DAY ONE, then many of you are now “ok with that”?

    The guy at the very BOTTOM of every teams depth chart shows up in great shape..has an awesome attitude..most work their ass off..most spend their offseason doing everything they can to stay on the team/help the team/move up the depth chart on the team.

    JR SHOULD NOT EVEN BE IN THE SITUATION THAT HE *NOW* starts working out, or studying, or giving a damn.

    The last three words of the prior sentence SAYS IT ALL.

    JR DOESN’T GIVE A DAMN. The fact many of you are just hoping he gets back to zero proves it.

  • http://blstb.msn.com/i/55/90A2853B6CFBCC2AFC987BB18B832.jpg vegas raider

    I bet you can take all of this year’s playoff teams, and look at what type of draft investment they have on the O-line.

    I would be willing to bet that over 70% of them are either FA or 3rd round picks or higher.

    If there is 12 teams in the playoffs, that is 60 O-lineman. I would bet there is more starting that are 6th round picks or later (or undrafted) than there is 1st or 2nd rounders, that they drafted.

  • Chris in NY

    vegas raider Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 9:18 am
    Showing up to camp in shape is more to show his dedication to his teammates in the offseason.

    You can be in the greatest shape in the world, you still have to have a pocket presence and accuracy. Being in shape is a great first-step, but he can come in at 240 sculpted, and if he is still fumbling and one-hopping guys, it won’t help much.

    ————————–

    Exactly. Which is why I think people do focus far too much on JaSkittle’s weight. Brady Quinn, Jason Campbell and Alex Smith don’t have any weight issues but neither has looked like a top tier QB because of deficiencies in decision-making, pocket presence, accuracy, turnovers, etc. I don’t think any of those guys looked as bad as JaMarcus did this season, but you get the point.

  • http://blstb.msn.com/i/55/90A2853B6CFBCC2AFC987BB18B832.jpg vegas raider

    Don’t get me wrong some of those undrafted guys are studs.

    Jeff Saturday, maybe the best C in the game, and he was undrafted.

    The Rams have had the #2 pick the last two years, and took a DE and a LT. They have the first pick this year, and they will probably take Suh.

    Anyone want to bet who will be drafting higher next year, Raiders or Rams?

  • mike

    Russell needs to be cut before he becomes a locker room cancer. I’m sure he isn’t too popular amongst the offense for two reasons, the team won under gradkowski, and felt inspired to follow his leadership and work ethic, and secondly Jamarcus was blamming his wrs and oline for his bad passes. I’m sure the raiders team as a whole feels how we do about him, that’s he’s a lazy fat bum who can’t throw a pass. The longer jr doesn’t play, the more disgruntled the team will get with him around complaning. Cut jr now, cut j walker, get rid of the rest of the bums (Warren, Kelly, routt etc.) and instead get players with an actual work ethic and draft a qb that Jackson can develop, while gradkowski keeps starting. Another thing that stayed the same, since 2003 is that we have had a bum qb with no work ethic. Collins wasn’t a leader ad isn’t that good, Aaron Brooks… Daunte culpepper…. Andrew Walter, Josh mccown all these guys are on their way out of the league or already made it out. Get a real qb like Gannon who can lead, protect him, and the team will win.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    Hey Norco..guess you heard the good news.
    As the report put it, the “WalMart of Weed” has opened a superstore right down the street from the Oakland Airport, at 70 Hegenberger.
    Everything you need to expand your “medicinal” needs.
    Just google igrow..

    You can thank me later. :)

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Hey King of Trolls (i.e. Richocrap)

    Shut your trap Richocrap.

    Nobody’s impressed with your self-absorbed commentary.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    mike Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 9:47 am

    Russell needs to be cut before he becomes a locker room cancer.
    ======================
    Understatement of the year.

    If al doesn’t handle this right, he’ll lose the team, EARLY in the season.

    For JR to start, he needs to WIN THE POSITION OUTRIGHT in camp, and in preseason games.
    None of this “JR gets two series” crap..while blaming the lack of output to “well, so and so wasn’t on the field. don’t worry, things will be fine once the season starts”, as happened last year.

    You have 52 players that are now going to be scrutinizing everything Fatass does, knowing their future depends on it.
    You saw how they responded to Grad.
    You saw the “no comment”s from players when asked about how they felt when JR went back in.

    If Al shoves JR on the team, when it’s obvious he was outplayed, you’re going to have a repeat of “Moss attitude”..ten fold.

  • Norco Bob

    I buy my grass in Sac,…but Oakland/Berekeley have a spot on about every corner,…I buy the Purps in Sac,…only I can grow reefer better then those guys, and I do, in Arcata.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    PS – Rachocrap:

    I guess my 5 reasons why Cable’s a good coach convinced Al for sure.

    See. . . .good ol’ Uncle Al and I. . . .we think alike.

    Just burns you up inside ey Rachocrap?

  • The Big Banana

    I agree Mike. I’d bet many of the guys in that locker room are just sick to their stomach with that clown. Making as much as he does, as lazy and out of shape as he is. Throwing people under the bus like you said. He’s a bum. And I’m glad the team is taking the stance of ‘It’s not all about Russell’. Sounds like they may be readying themselves to move. Let’s hope so anyway. He’s hamstrung this offense too much already.

  • Norco Bob

    Smac…hes just passing along where theres a superstore,..chill out man, light up, you`ll feel better.

  • raideredoutL.A.

    YoungAmerican Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 9:17 am

    and let Kelly, Warren, and Desmond Bryant (with occasional cameos by Seymour) fight it out on the inside.

    …oh hell no!

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  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    # Silver-n-Smac Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 9:53 am

    Hey King of Trolls (i.e. Richocrap)

    Shut your trap Richocrap.

    Nobody’s impressed with your self-absorbed commentary.
    =======================
    LMAO…aww..what’s the matter, pumpkin?
    You still stinging from that slap down I gave you on your idiot “5 reasons why Cable is a good coach’??

    Dude..that was some of the dumbest shytt you’ve posted, and you’ve posted some ignorant crap.

    And yeah..you bailed after that as well, tail between legs..

    I mean “Russell’s a good coach because he wants the job”????

    WTF?? What are you? 12?

    That was almost as stupid as your whining “Al IS THE RAIDERS. IF YOU DON’T LOVE EVERYTHING AL DOES, GO BE A NINER FAN”.

    It’s not just that you’re a lemming..it’s that you’re a slow, ignorant, spineless lemming.

    Don’t worry..those welts will subside from your slap down.

    In time.

  • Norco Bob

    Right now Gary Radnich os talking about how on TNT last night, the game with Suns m Mavs,..Jamarcus was at game in gawdy aasss, jive aasss, jewels,..Charles Barkley was making fun of him…then I guess then said, hes going to lose 30 pounds and be great,..ya ok Charles, I love Sir Charles big time, drank with him in Tahoe more then once,..Patron…great dude, guess he said that in hopes Jamarcus gets it.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    As I said earlier:

    Bottom line for JaMarcus is this:

    (in order of priority)

    1. What type of physical shape does he come into mini-camps in? This will tell us 75% of what we need know. Just by coming in LOOKING ready to play, the kid has made a huge statement that he DOES care and DOES want to make it happen.

    2. Pre-Season games: Give the kid a ton of reps (2-3 quarters, minimum, per game. How does he look? Is he moving the team consistently?

    3. Lose the “even keel” attitude. He may really be that way. Many of us are. But you just can’t be that as an NFL QB. Even the cool, calm Joe Montana would get in someone’s grill if need be. JaMarcus needs to start demanding respect. And that only will come after he’s earned respect (see items #1 & #2).

    Those are the 3 things I need to see before the regular season opener.

    If I don’t see them. . . . .the kid sits all year or gets cut.

    I’m hoping he turns it around, but, if he doesn’t, we move on without him.

    And Rachocrap:

    I’m giving you the entire offseason to do the same.

    I’m giving you 5-6 months to quit being the little biotch troll that you are.

    Can you do it?

  • raideredoutL.A.

    you can bring in ray lewis, dick butkis, etc., no mlb will ever thrive with the DT’s we currently have.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    # Silver-n-Smac Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 9:54 am

    PS – Rachocrap:

    I guess my 5 reasons why Cable’s a good coach convinced Al for sure.

    See. . . .good ol’ Uncle Al and I. . . .we think alike.

    Just burns you up inside ey Rachocrap?
    ====================================
    LOL..you idiot.
    AL DOESN’T EVEN LET CABLE SHOW UP FOR INTERVIEWS FOR ‘HIS’ STAFF..you freaking fool.

    Cable has been told the decision STILL HASN’T BEEN MADE on if he’s staying.

    Cable just was informed that HE HAD A NEW OC, and he knew NOTHING ABOUT IT.

    And look at you..lol…crowing like Cable’s anything more than a flea because that old sorry geriatric joke of an owner is considering keeping around the biggest puppet the raiders EVER had.

    You’re an idiot.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Rachocrap says:

    “And yeah..you bailed after that as well, tail between legs..

    I mean “Russell’s a good coach because he wants the job”????

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

    Russell’s a good coach? Nice one.

    I bailed after reading your posts? Now that’s some of the funniest shiot YOU’VE posted and you’re posted some lame ass shiot.

    Don’t give yourself so much credit Rachocrap.

    Yeah, I was so humbled after you “owned me” LOL that I ran off with my tail between my legs (i.e. went home from work)

    And by the way……Hell yeah Cable’s a good coach.

    For all the reasons I mentioned.

    You dumb mo-fo.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    lmao..look at Silver N stupid…COPYING HIS OWN POST from just above.

    Yeah..everyone ignored it…BECAUSE IT’S ASININE, you fool.

    Why repost something YOU JUST POSTED?

    WTF??

    It’s not from yesterday, or another thread…so..Mr. Insecure?
    You ok, pumpkin?

  • RaiderD
  • Silver-n-Smac

    Rachochiot:

    Cable’s the coach.

    He’s always been the coach.

    And he’ll be the coach.

    Stop your crying now.

    Can’t wait for you to biotch for another entire season.

  • raideredoutL.A.

    ray lewis went missing before getting ngata on his team.we need DT help bad. mcclain wont do squat without a space-eating DT.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    You know Rachocrap:

    Every time I respond to you, I have the image of Mike Lombardi sitting in front of me while I biotch slap him over and over.

    Mike, don’t you have anything else to do than play the part of Al Davis Hater Troll #1 all day?

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    # Silver-n-Smac Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 10:02 am

    Rachocrap says:

    “And yeah..you bailed after that as well, tail between legs..

    I mean “Russell’s a good coach because he wants the job”????

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

    Russell’s a good coach? Nice one.

    RICHOCHET: omg…uh…DUMBASS? That comment was YOURS??
    What..you forgot? Oh hell…:) might as well repaste them for you..so you can cringe..some more.
    #########################

    I bailed after reading your posts? Now that’s some of the funniest shiot YOU’VE posted and you’re posted some lame ass shiot.

    Don’t give yourself so much credit Rachocrap.

    Yeah, I was so humbled after you “owned me” LOL that I ran off with my tail between my legs (i.e. went home from work)

    RICHOCHET: WRONG, liar. You stuck around, still posting.
    Are you old? You forget things easily, don’t you?
    OH HELL..IS THAT IT? You and Al have this “Depends” thing going on?

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

    And by the way……Hell yeah Cable’s a good coach.

    For all the reasons I mentioned.

    You dumb mo-fo.

    RICHOCHET: Yep..:) time to rub your face in it..again :mrgreen:

  • http://blstb.msn.com/i/55/90A2853B6CFBCC2AFC987BB18B832.jpg vegas raider

    Ray Lewis won a Super Bowl before Ngata got there, nada since he has been there.

    And why is Ngata termed some type of superstar in here? He has never been to a Pro Bowl.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Racho:

    I’m really your only friend aren’t I?

    I mean, I’m one of the few knuckleheads around here who wastes precious time responding to your stupid posts.

    Most of the folks around here are more intelligent than a schmuck like me.

    Can’t help it.

    I feel bad for you.

    If I didn’t respond to you, you’d be so lonely.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    awww..look??

    Not Silver n Stupid is reduced to begging me to stop..to “go away’…the “don’t you have something to do because humble my sorry ignorant ass?”

    Actually, I do.

    And yet, I still choose to continue to humble your sorry, ignorant ass.

    go figure 8)

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Yes Racho:

    I feel so humbled by you.

  • raideredoutL.A.

    ray pleaded his case to the ravens to get a DT before they drafted ngata, he knew thats what he needed to roam around freely to make plays. ray lewis had ted washington or siraguosa i believe when they won the superbowl, vegas.

  • Norco Bob

    Smac,..take a toke, pop a pill, its friday man.

  • Silver-n-Smac

    Look what you’ve done now. . . .

    All worthy Raider discussions have ceased as the result of your sorry ass.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    # Norco Bob Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 9:54 am

    I buy my grass in Sac,…but Oakland/Berekeley have a spot on about every corner,…I buy the Purps in Sac,…only I can grow reefer better then those guys, and I do, in Arcata.
    ========================
    They don’t sell weed there, although the proprietor made it clear he would love to.
    and while anyone can go and buy all the hydroponics, and acc…in other to get advice on maximizing your bud size/count, you have to have a medicinal card.

    AND, lol..THEY JUST HAPPEN TO HAVE A DOCTOR on site, that will help decide if you ‘quality’..and issue a prescription.

    Yep, one stop shopping..the American Way.

  • http://www.raiderfans.net Richochet

    *qualify*, not quality

  • Silver-n-Smac

    # Norco Bob Says:
    January 29th, 2010 at 10:11 am

    Smac,..take a toke, pop a pill, its friday man.

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

    Norco –

    I’m in a great mood this splendid morning.

    Doing a little design work in between “being humbled” by rachocrap.

    Come on now. . . .are you giving this troll love?

  • raideredoutL.A.

    f a prescription, just buy from the streets.

  • Norco Bob

    I dont love you or anyone else in here.