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Ford happy to have first receiving TD

News, notes and quotes and observations from the Raiders’ open locker room session Monday, a day after a 33-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins at the Coliseum:

— Rookie wide receiver and return specialist Jacoby Ford, who pretty much supplied anything good that happened against the Dolphins, was happy to get in the end zone for the first time as a receiver.

“I was really excited about the pass, to have my first reception touchdown,’’ Ford said. “Just to go out there and make a great play, just try to keep the game open, keep it alive. I was just really proud I put myself in that position.”

Ford said his 101-yard kickoff return, the third longest in Raiders history, came in part because it was set up by film study.

“Watching film on them all week on the kickoff return we actually saw some other teams that did a similar return to them, like that,’’ Ford said. “We knew if we went out there, executed the way we can – our front line, they did a great job and big Sam (Williams), he threw me a great block at the end to make sure that one didn’t try to catch me or anything, and it just kind of opened up and I read the block from there.”

As for Ford’s skill to take the ball away from a defender _ he did it to Miami cornerback Chris Clemons much as he did to the Chiefs’ Brandon Flowers _ he said it came about in part because of practice.

“It kind of just happens more in practice,’’ Ford said. “That’s just the thing with a receiver. A receiver has to have good ball skills. That’s just a drill, high-point drill that we work on in practice, and it just translates over into the game.”

The only kickoff returns longer than Ford’s touchdown against Miami in Raiders history were 104 yards by Ira Matthews against the San Diego Chargers in 1979 and 102 yards by Harold Hart against Miami in 1975.

— Coming off back to back one-sided losses, Oakland has little choice but to return its new-found focus to the new-found comfort zone of the AFC West.

In third place at 5-6 but still the lone unbeaten team in division games at 3-0, the Raiders visit one of the NFL’s hottest teams in the San Diego Chargers, who were once upon a time 2-5 and are now 6-5, a game up on the Raiders and a game back of the Kansas City Chiefs (7-4).

Which safety Tyvon Branch considers perfect timing.

“Definitely,’’ Branch said. “Especially with those guys. We always get a little extra motivation with those guys. I think it’s a good game for us. We need it. They need it. It’s going to be a fight.’’

Branch was at a loss to explain how the Raiders could go from one of the league’s most talked-about teams to where they now reside.

“It seems like everything is going wrong right now,’’ Branch said. “We haven’t been clicking, and when we were winning those games back-to-back we were clicking on all cylinders. And we just haven’t been lately.’’

Not that Branch is giving up hope.

“We’re still optimistic. We still have a lot of things ahead of us that we could still end up going where we want to go,’’ Branch said. “The season is not over for us. We have a lot of fight left in us, and we’re going to continue to fight, and hopefully things end up falling our way.’’

— Miami spent most of the game in advantageous field position for a lot of reasons, one of them being that the Raiders punting game continued to struggle.

Shane Lechler had a 26.8 net punting average, a far cry from the team’s average of 41.0.

“We’re not netting 41 because of what we’re doing right now. The last three games have been a pretty big letdown for our punt team,’’ Lechler said. “That’s on me. I’ll take the blame for it. I’ve been around this thing long enough. Maybe I need a little more hang time, a little more something.’’

– One of the more striking postgame sites was Rock Cartwright, bent over in his chair, despondent over having missed a chance to block a Brandon Fields punt. It happened on Miami’s first possession of the fourth quarter, with both Cartwright and Fields stunned that the kick somehow got off.

Fields even turned around, expecting to see the ball headed the other way.

Cartwright was fighting back tears as he spoke with reporters.

“I put this game on me because a blocked punt changes the whole momentum of the game and gives us momentum,’’ Cartwright said. “I wasn’t accountable to my teammates to today. I just feel I let the team down. Let the special teams coach down. They put a lot of trust in me. So put this one on me.’’

Said linebacker and special teamer Sam Williams: “He dove past it. He could have just tackled the punter he got there so quick.’’

Sounds as if cornerback Chris Johnson could be out at least another week with a groin strain, meaning it will be another week of Walter McFadden, Jeremy Ware or both.

“(I’m) doing rehab and everything I’m supposed to be doing so I don’t want to end up doing something that goes against the trainers so, until they tell me that really, everything is back to normal, I probably won’t be able to (play),’’ Johnson said.

With Johnson out, Nnamdi Asomugha was forced to play on a bad ankle and gave up four catches for 65 yards plus a holding penalty. McFadden gave up six receptions for 113 yards _ five of them third down conversions _ and also had a holding penalty.

Unlike defenders on the front seven, cornerbacks must be much closer to optimum health to be effective.

“It causes so much torquing and running,’’ Johnson said. “I mean, to me, every play you almost have to run a 100-yard dash. So it’s hard if you have any kind of hamstring, quads, anything like that, as a receiver or a DB to go out there and play. Ankle. It’s just hard to do.”

Johnson’s advice to McFadden was the same as Asomugha.

“I told him, ‘Keep working.’ As a DB, you’re going to get caught on. It’s just about, DB’s have to have a short-term memory,’’ Johnson said. “You get caught on, you can’t think about that play; you’ve got to worry about the next play.

“Because if you always sit in the past, you’re going to have a bad game. But this is just one game. He got in, got his feet wet. Now he knows what it is and it’s up to him this week to actually go in and prove all the critics wrong because right now they’re saying he can’t play. But he can play and that’s why he’s here.’’

— Wide receiver Louis Murphy has tried to remain as diplomatic as possible, but conceded the Raiders’ quarterback situation with Bruce Gradkowski and Jason Campbell has made things difficult in terms of continuity.

“Going back and forth, this isn’t high school,’’ Murphy said on CSN Bay Area Sunday. “It’s the pros and you gotta have timing with your quartrerback and spend time with that quarterback. But whatever coaches call that’s what we gotta go with and make it work.

Cable said after the game he didn’t think there would be much of an issue this week because it appeared Gradkowski would be out after re-injuring his right shoulder.

The Raiders coach meets with the media for his weekly press briefing at 2 p.m. . . .

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  • RaiderRockstar

    1st!

  • ArchiveTony

    # bcz24 Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 12:49 pm

    ArchiveTony Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 12:44 pm
    sad.
    november and posters are already arguing next years draft picks.
    ********
    Why is that sad? Its November 29th. Last year we were debating draft picks on September 8th… this is a hella improvement my friend!
    =================
    lol.
    I stand corrected.
    drinks on the house

  • mistic1

    # mistic1 Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:03 pm

    # SilverNBlackPA Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    DHB if healthy should never sit for murphy. Murphy has been brutal, certainly no better than our number seven pick.

    ++++++++

    My god, did you not see the numbers I posted? Even giving DHB his Seattle game, which gives him 10 games played to Murphy’s 9, he’s still far behind Murphy in production.

    Murphy has yet to be held catchless in any game he’s played this year. DHB has been shutout 3 times.

    What part of this aren’t you getting?
    ==========================================================

    You must not really understand football.

    If we were justa recever away from a major playoff run, by all means sit dhb for murphy.

    News flash this is not a very good team, and the season is over. Time to put your young weapons on the field and see what you get from them.

    We know Murphy will never be number 1. By your own admission he is mediocre at best. He is high pick and he is not being paid very much.

    Going into year three you need to give dhb, the high pick and they guy you are paying big money to, as many chances as possible. That is how you develop and evaluate talent.

    basic personnel management in a lost season.

  • SilverNBlackPA

    We must have him on the field and force feed him so he can either prove or disprove his salary and draft status.

    ++++++++++++++++

    DHB has ALREADY proven his draft status to be a complete joke. DHB has 28 catches, 390 yards and 2 TDs in career so far. That’s the kind of production you’d expect out of a mid-round project, which is exactly what DHB was/should have been.

    I should also note that he’s only played in 21 of 37 possible games to date and the 16 he’s missed were all because of injury. So he’s injury prone as well. Joy!

    And in something like 6 of those 21 games he has played, he’s been held to zero catches.

    The guy doesn’t contribute. He can’t get separation and can barely catch when the ball does get thrown his way. Understandble in a mid-round pick; totally unforgiveable in a top 10 pick.

    He’s shown no signs of developing any consistency.

    He’s done. He’s a bust. He’s another wasted top 10 pick. The sooner the Raiders cut bait with him, the better.

  • ArchiveTony

    # YoungAmerican Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    RMR is just trolling. Don’t pay attention to him and he’ll go away.
    ==========================
    or, as many has stated, he’ll just sign on with any number of alternate handles, and have a lovefest with himself, complete with argument, challenges, concessions, making up, and total mutual respect.
    gushing is optional

  • RaiderRockstar

    Wide receiver Louis Murphy has tried to remain as diplomatic as possible, but conceded the Raiders’ quarterback situation with Bruce Gradkowski and Jason Campbell has made things difficult in terms of continuity.

    “Going back and forth, this isn’t high school,’’ Murphy said on CSN Bay Area Sunday. “It’s the pros and you gotta have timing with your quartrerback and spend time with that quarterback. But whatever coaches call that’s what we gotta go with and make it work.

    ***

    I smell leadership!

  • aig-raiders

    I’m glad to hear the players still care deeply. Def an improvement over the other years. We need spec team, defense, and run blocking to step up again. That is our only winning formula for the rest of the season. Gotta earn it the hard way I guess.

  • crister

    and the dhb awkwardness only increases.

  • mistic1

    “Going back and forth, this isn’t high school,’’ Murphy said on CSN Bay Area Sunday. “It’s the pros and you gotta have timing with your quartrerback and spend time with that quarterback. But whatever coaches call that’s what we gotta go with and make it work.
    ===========================================================

    is there any doubt that the mismanagement of personnel on this team is a harrowing indictment against cable and his slapstick approach to qbs’.

    davis must be warming up the over head as we speak. this pirate ship is taking on water and the crew on the verge of a mutiny. players dont play for wishy washy coaches. cable is a disaster.

  • RaiderRockstar

    I hope Rock Cartwright & Sam Williams both get overpaid this offseason like Condo, Seabass & Shane did!

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    Aig, STFU. You don’t care about winning. You already proved that you care more about being correct than seeing the Raiders win. Are you going to be wearing your Chargers jersey next Sunday?

  • ottocrat

    So, this year, the season is over in November instead of October. I guess that’s progress. F.U. AL, CABLE, DHB, CAMKOWSKI, THE MCFADDEN BROS, & ME FOR GOING TO THAT STUPID GAME YESTERDAY!

  • Plunketthead

    I hate to say it but the discharge is probaly the best team in the NFL.
    They are clicking bigtime.

    We need a miracle
    Since nothing else works I have a game plan
    MAC run left
    Mac run left
    Bush run right
    punt

    mac run left
    mac run right
    Bush run left
    punt

    handoff to mac/mac throws to bush
    bush run left
    mac run right
    punt

    LONG BOMB
    mac run left
    bush run left
    punt

    bush run right
    mac run left
    mac run left
    punt

  • Kirk

    Aso and Miller shouldn’t be playing, if they are hurt.

    D.H. Bust shouldn’t be playing, unless everyone else is hurt.

  • RaiderRockstar

    Cable, Jackson & Lal = 3 stooges

    Lemme Upgrade Ya!

  • ArchiveTony

    # mistic1 Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    # mistic1 Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:03 pm

    # SilverNBlackPA Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    DHB if healthy should never sit for murphy. Murphy has been brutal, certainly no better than our number seven pick.

    ++++++++

    My god, did you not see the numbers I posted? Even giving DHB his Seattle game, which gives him 10 games played to Murphy’s 9, he’s still far behind Murphy in production.

    Murphy has yet to be held catchless in any game he’s played this year. DHB has been shutout 3 times.

    What part of this aren’t you getting?
    ==========================================================

    You must not really understand football.

    If we were justa recever away from a major playoff run, by all means sit dhb for murphy.

    News flash this is not a very good team, and the season is over. Time to put your young weapons on the field and see what you get from them.

    We know Murphy will never be number 1. By your own admission he is mediocre at best. He is high pick and he is not being paid very much.

    Going into year three you need to give dhb, the high pick and they guy you are paying big money to, as many chances as possible. That is how you develop and evaluate talent.

    basic personnel management in a lost season.
    ====================
    and obviously you are as guilty of not following the game.
    what you suggest is done by coaches who are planning on developing players for next year. Not by a coach that is full aware that if he doesn’t string together some wins, by any means, he’s adios muchacha.
    As dense as Cable appears, even he knows his ass is on the line.
    same as the qb’s throwing the ball. looking to make the team, any team, next year. throwing to DHB pretty much guarantees they’ll be stocking grocery shelves

  • mistic1

    # SilverNBlackPA Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:07 pm

    We must have him on the field and force feed him so he can either prove or disprove his salary and draft status.

    ++++++++++++++++

    DHB has ALREADY proven his draft status to be a complete joke. DHB has 28 catches, 390 yards and 2 TDs in career so far. That’s the kind of production you’d expect out of a mid-round project, which is exactly what DHB was/should have been.

    I should also note that he’s only played in 21 of 37 possible games to date and the 16 he’s missed were all because of injury. So he’s injury prone as well. Joy!

    And in something like 6 of those 21 games he has played, he’s been held to zero catches.

    The guy doesn’t contribute. He can’t get separation and can barely catch when the ball does get thrown his way. Understandble in a mid-round pick; totally unforgiveable in a top 10 pick.

    He’s shown no signs of developing any consistency.

    He’s done. He’s a bust. He’s another wasted top 10 pick. The sooner the Raiders cut bait with him, the better.
    ==========================================================

    This may all be true, however you cant cut him now. He might as well be on the field for the remainder of this year. Again basic personnel management.

  • aig-raiders

    AB, Sammythebull, or whatever name you’re trolling with….

    Still whining for attention huh? How much you want to be that I have more Raiders Jersey than your broke dumba$$? If you dont have at least 5, dont bother fcuker.

  • RaiderRockstar

    Aso and Miller shouldn’t be playing, if they are hurt.

    ***

    wow

    starting opposite Stanford Routt, Phil Rivers will be throwing against:

    a. banged up Nnamdi
    b. Walter McFadden
    c. Jeremy Ware

    RUSH THE PASSER !!!

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    Aig-Raiders Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:13 pm
    AB, Sammythebull, or whatever name you’re trolling with….

    Still whining for attention huh? How much you want to be that I have more Raiders Jersey than your broke dumba$$? If you dont have at least 5, dont bother fcuker.
    ————————
    Only a lame douche bag would admit to having more than 5 football jerseys.

  • tuckrulefool

    Why not see what BOLLER has to offer vs SD?

    Seriously, whats the downside?

    Lets see what he has.

    Campbell clearly wont handle the pressure that will be ingloriously heaped upon him starting on snap 1 (See lowlight reel from week 1 @Tenn for more details)

    Furthermore, Campbell has been Institutionally Biatch Slapped (IBS) what like 9 times since the season started? Poor guy, understandably, he’s broken…

    Grads is (literally) in pieces.

    Give Boller a shot. Z3ro to lose. Cable feels teh heat too. Hope the caveman pulls out all the stops. Ditto for Mashall and Hue.

    make no mistake fellas SD game is our last stand. And not just for 2010. Its the last stand before YET ANOTEHR ROUND OF MULTI-YEAR REBUILDING.

    UGHH…

    No, I say.

    If we go out, GO OUT with friggin a bang…I want to see lots of blood sweat (and a few SD mouthpieces) left on that powder-blue-a55 field come Sunday….

    0AK 27
    SD 24

  • aig-raiders

    I’m all for Boller for SD. We have nothing to lose.

  • RaiderRockstar

    AIG & ABP,

    whats with all the name calling?

    Can’t you guys just regain your composure after the loss and get ready to beat down Sandy Eggo?

    when was the last time we swept them anyways?!?!?

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    Aig, by the way, who is Sammy the Bull?

  • inonewordraider

    ZMiller and Nnamdis “absence” really hurting us, I don’t see the Bruce experiment as such a bad thing, now no controversy. Let’s see what our teams really made of

  • Thec07

    RaiderRockstar Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:12 pm
    Cable, Jackson & Lal = 3 stooges

    Lemme Upgrade Ya!

    ++++++++++++++++==

    Hahahahahahhah…Good one….

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    RaiderRockstar, I’m sorry, but Aig is absolute scum. He deserves no respect.

  • aig-raiders

    AB/Sammthebull,

    The only lame a$$ on here is you. You made proclaimations on JC, then threw JC under the bus after the pitt game. You wanted Grad to start like the majority of us and now you’re backtracking like a effin coward that you are. Let me show your greatest hits.

    A.B. Paine III Says:
    November 14th, 2010 at 11:03 am
    PurpleDrank, Campbell is going to be our QB for the next ten seasons.

    A.B. Paine III Says:
    November 15th, 2010 at 9:04 am
    Campbell will throw for 400 yrds against the Steelers. Raiders 30, Steelers 27

    A.B. Paine III Says:
    November 27th, 2010 at 7:46 pm
    Grads should have come in during the second quarter in Pittsburgh.

  • ArchiveTony

    aig-raiders Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    AB, Sammythebull, or whatever name you’re trolling with….

    Still whining for attention huh? How much you want to be that I have more Raiders Jersey than your broke dumba$$? If you dont have at least 5, dont bother fcuker
    =================
    what are you? 9?
    isn’t that something 9 and 10 year olds argue about?

    let me guess.
    A Russell jersey.
    A Dmac jersey.
    a bey jersey.
    a mcclain jersey
    and a Schilens jersey?? which one makes you feel dumber?

    now is when you reply you have a stabler, gannon, brown, upshaw, and long jersey, claiming to be old school.
    we all know differently, I believe

  • Nnamdi21
  • ArchiveTony

    aig is getting is panties in a bunch because he couldn’t stop regarding grad being rad. how bruce is da man. how horrible jc is, and how wrong all the bruce doubters are.
    trying to remove a 200 egg omelet from his face appears to be harder than he thought

  • aig-raiders

    RRS,

    The idiot is still trying get after me for my predictions on the Pitt game and guess what…I was right with everyone of those Pitt predictions. Jacka$$ ran like a coward after the Pitt game after mocking me all week leading up to the pitt game. Then he tried to troll back in as Sammythebull and I caught him on it. Jerk is still trying to get after me. But he doesnt effin know who he’s dealing with.

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    A.B. Paine III Says:
    November 14th, 2010 at 11:03 am
    PurpleDrank, Campbell is going to be our QB for the next ten seasons.

    A.B. Paine III Says:
    November 15th, 2010 at 9:04 am
    Campbell will throw for 400 yrds against the Steelers. Raiders 30, Steelers 27

    A.B. Paine III Says:
    November 27th, 2010 at 7:46 pm
    Grads should have come in during the second quarter in Pittsburgh.
    —————————-
    Aig, can you guess which one of those statements I actually meant? You must be an idiot if you think I actually believed Campbell would throw for 400 yrds against the Steelers, you gullible f*ck.

  • RaiderRockstar

    ZMiller and Nnamdis “absence” really hurting us

    ***

    SD put the beatdown on Indy last night without Vincent Jackson, Malcolm Floyd, Patrick Crayton, Buster Davis & Ryan Matthews.

    Merriman was dumped earlier this year and Gates played hurt. 4 catches for 46 yards is a bad night for him

    every team goes through injury probs. 1 guy goes down, the next guy has to step up!

    Thats means if Miller can’t go, we need Myers & Barnes to play big. If Nnamdi can’t go, we need the 2 rookie CB’s to play big. It isn’t rocket science fellas. We beat KC without these two key players.

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    Aig, you are way off base about Sammy the Bull. I’ve never even seen that name used on this blog.

  • ArchiveTony

    RaiderRockstar Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    AIG & ABP,

    whats with all the name calling?
    =================
    you throw stones before a game?
    expect them back when you’re wrong.

    basic school yard rules

  • YoungAmerican

    Maybe the Raiders should sign Bush to a long-term deal and rework DMac’s contract…

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    Aig-Raiders Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:25 pm
    RRS,

    The idiot is still trying get after me for my predictions on the Pitt game
    ————————
    I don’t care about your prediction. The reason you are a scumbag is that you were hoping the Raiders would get killed by the Steelers so you could look like a smart guy, with regards to Campbell. Guess what? You’re not smart now after you boy laid an egg yesterday.

  • aig-raiders

    ArchiveTony aka Richocet,

    Grad sucking yesterday doesnt change the fact that JC is still lousy. Bruce is still the best Qb on our roster, even at 75% strength. You dont like it, that’s your problem.

    My jerseys are 34 Mitchell, 77 (Shonasty), 75 Long, and 3 blank ones ready to be customized later. One of them will prob be 92.

    What do you got punk? 11 Alex Smith?

  • RaiderRockstar

    I’ve been wrong on 1000 predictions. I’m always happy to eat crow. Kelly & Routt are playing MUCH better than I ever thought they could. kudos to Jhill – he called that one. Thec said JFORD would have the biggest impact of anybody in this rookie class. I laughed at him, but he was right. Again, pass the BBQ sauce cuz it’s crow time.

    I just don’t get the whole getting personal thing.

    by the way, I’ve called out ROMAC many times. He’s still on my “most wanted” to step up list. If he ever turns into a Pro Bowler, i’ll take that crow deep fried with onions

  • aig-raiders

    Dont make me pull up your past post that you thought the Steelers would beat us too. You’re an idiot. I’m done with you.

  • YoungAmerican

    I’m not sure if this place is dumber when the Raiders are winning, or when they’re losing.

  • Mistabrown

    We can ad C Henne to the list of Qb’s that isn’t afraid to throw at #21 and I dont want to hear about his ankle because CJ wasnt given any slack for playing hurt while #21 was in street clothes on the sidelines.

  • aig-raiders

    RRS,

    I always make peace with people that man up. I have disagreed with you and Bauce before but we man’d up about it. I gladly accepted that Grad sucked yesterday. But some of these other yoyos on here continue to get after me because I predicted the Steelers would expose JC for the fraud that he is. The very same guy got after my a$$ leading up to the pitt game admitted afterward he wanted Grad in at halftime. The right thing to do is own up to your proclamations when you are proven wrong.

  • http://raiders.com A.B. Paine III

    Aig-Raiders Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:33 pm
    Dont make me pull up your past post that you thought the Steelers would beat us too. You’re an idiot. I’m done with you.
    —————————-
    Are you mentally ill? Yeah, I thought the Steelers would win that game. So what? There is a huge difference in predicting that the Raiders will lose and outwardly cheering for them to fail. I think the Raider are going to lose this weak too. But, I hope they win. You explicitly stated that you couldn’t wait to see the Raiders get killed. You are a loser.

  • jmeds

    QB or not, the defense got shredded yesterday. 33 points is asking alot of your offense. Louis Murphy has no business saying anything considering how many passes he drops. Just play the game. Campbell will start the rest of the year. We may get a look at Boller ar some point because of injury unfortunately. One game at a time. We need to get more creative on offense and get the ball in space to McFadden. I don’t know what happened. More reverses, screens, etc. Line up Ford and Bey(he is on a scholarship) opposite side of one another and stretch the field. Just win you Motherf******!

  • ArchiveTony

    # aig-raiders Says:
    November 29th, 2010 at 1:31 pm

    ArchiveTony aka Richocet,

    Grad sucking yesterday doesnt change the fact that JC is still lousy. Bruce is still the best Qb on our roster, even at 75% strength. You dont like it, that’s your problem.

    My jerseys are 34 Mitchell, 77 (Shonasty), 75 Long, and 3 blank ones ready to be customized later. One of them will prob be 92.

    What do you got punk? 11 Alex Smith?
    ===============
    what I have, obviously, is your number.
    what is it with you stating everyone has to be someone else?
    go look. down the line. everyone who calls you out you claim is someone else.
    you hear footsteps, moron?
    shadows make you jump?

    and 3 blank ones? WHO THE HELL BUYS BLANK ONES? much less three? what? walmart special? 3 for $10.00? well, good for you.

    yeah, will be laughing at that for a long time.
    ” and 3 blank ones ready to be customized later. ”
    that’s dumb, dude.

    oh, and I call LIAR.
    you said “How much you want to be that I have more Raiders Jersey than your broke dumba$$? If you dont have at least 5, dont bother fcuker.”

    see, that means “at least 5″ either ties you, or beats you.
    you then replied to me you have SIX JERSEYS.
    now, are you a liar, or just stupid?

  • Mistabrown

    The Bruce vs JC debate continues on?

    They are both mediocre Qb’s so roll with it, fuktards. We aren’t going anywhere with either of those guys so quit the menstruating and race card BS!

    Morons.

  • RaiderRockstar

    you were hoping the Raiders would get killed by the Steelers so you could look like a smart guy, with regards to Campbell.

    ***

    I think this stems from a convo that I had with AIG, which may have gotten twisted. AIG said that the Steelers would kill us with JCamp at QB, because he takes too long to get the ball out of his hands. He was right. I don’t think he wanted that to happen, but he saw it coming. I predicted that we’d lose to SF after beating SD. It just seems like we beat the teams nobody thinks we’ll even compete with and lay an egg against lesser competition. I didn’t want us to lose, but I was right too. AIG was right to call JCamp a fraud, because he’s obviously not what we’d all hoped for. He’s been benched 2 or 3 times already in his 1st season and looks lost out there at times. I’m still rooting for him and I do give him credit for playing well during certain games this year. I never thought Bruce was or could be “the guy” , but it’s obvious he was the fans choice and the coaches choice

  • aig-raiders

    Yup, the QB switching is over. TC lost his argument and now we are stuck with JC for the rest of the year. I’m going to ignore that dude and just focus on the D, ground game and spec team. 3 weeks without a win is painful and odds are not in our favor this weekend either. Any given Sunday though.