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Live chat with WR Denarius Moore on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Wide receiver Denarius Moore is the most exciting rookie the Raiders have had in quite some time. He burst on the scene early in training camp by making the spectacular look routine every day in practice.
People began taking notice once they were able to see Moore’s exploits in Oakland’s four exhibition games. Once the regular season arrived, Moore caught the attention of people outside the Bay Area.
Now, he is on everyone’s radar, if not their fantasy teams. I am pleased to announce that Denarius Moore, a fifth-round pick out of Tennessee, has agreed to take part in a live chat Thursday from 3:30 p.m. until he runs out of answers.
So, please, sign in early, submit your questions and enjoy what the engaging receiver has to say on an array of topics. If he handles this assignment the way he does his roles with the Raiders, it’s sure to be a smashing success.

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    Denarius Moore is fcking LEGIT!

  • Seymour Bush

    Seymour Bush Says:
    September 28th, 2011 at 11:08 pm

    ghostraiders Says:
    September 28th, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    Rob… why even answer that foolish talkmm man… he’s a nut…. never talks about raider football… only wants to talk about the devil al Davis. .. its pathetic man… but for some reason people go down to his level and actually try to make sense of his gibberish. …
    ================================================

    Actually he is bad for the team. Very bad. So is the other moron, Koolkell. And let me explain why. When you take the culpability of who is actually responsible for losses, i.e. the players, and continually put it onto Davis, it removes the culpability of the players who are actually responsible. Not Al Davis who is 3000 miles from the field. In other words, if someone walks into a school and shoots 20 kids, and then turns around and says “It wasn’t me, it was the guns fault,” it’s the same principle. Put the culpability on the culprit. If McClain cannot tackle Tomlinson, blame McClain. If McClain cannot tackle anyone, then at the end of the year, you can blame Davis.

  • Seymour Bush

    Goldie7 Says:
    September 28th, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Let’s Go Raiders! I’ll never, ever, ever, never forget the “Tuck Rule”. Never in a million years.
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    First off, it’s not the “Tuck Rule”. It’s called the “Snow Job.” For a multitude of reasons. Remember that.

  • DonManoukiansNeighbor

    Remember when we were all laking about what a tough schdule we had? Trying to figure out how many wins we could pull out. I dont see anyone on there that this offense cant score against. Not that we win every game. But it looks good.

  • raiderzmaverick

    Raiders 34, Pats 28

  • SharkCatcher

    Someone needs to ask Denarius his thoughts after jumping in the blackhole for the very 1st time in his career last Sunday.

  • Try Some Reality

    Rob_raider Says:
    September 28th, 2011 at 11:13 pm
    i have one little issue w/ satele’s hit. there were two guys standing there, waiting to be blocked. he chose the smallest and furthest away. luckily moore just flew by the bigger and closer guy. i will be the first to say i’m not really a big satele fan. it just kinda seemed like he went for the easy kill. the only reason i could see it is if he thought the play was going outside, which is a distinct possibility. it goes fast and maybe he thought he was taking out the outside man for denarious. just an observation that kinds bugged me b/c like everyone, i got juiced when i saw it, but when i noticed it was satele, i was a little surprised. maybe i’m on the verge going “sullivan” on satele. uh-oh. get ready for countless daily rips of satele.

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

    Nah, I don’t see it that way. The bigger guy isn’t nimble enough to get Moore. Besides, I think he got the guy that was closest to him, and therefore closer to catching Moore since Satele was down the field a bit.

  • Try Some Reality

    We have finally found our coach, gents. HuJack is the man,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYxjT9wqdw8&feature=related

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

    had a fantastic night, met two republican firefighters from chicago.. had to ask how that was working out for them =)

  • Sullivan44

    It’s funny. I don’t know why people respond to me so much, either. I’ll just make a simple little point on whatever topic is being discussed, and I’ll get 50 responses. Some people in here make excellent points, and nobody ever responds to them. I sneeze, and the whole board gravitates around me. I don’t understand it, either. I can’t help it if people think what I’m saying has a strong impact, but for some reason they do. It’s just something you guys are going to have to sort out yourselves.

  • Sullivan44

    OMG. Comment 174, recent page. Rob Raider admits I’m right about Al not paying Hue. After sitting there trying to fight me fire with fire, he just fesses up and says exactly what I said. That when Hue wants money, Al’s going to kick him to the curb.

    And that’s the thing. It’s funny. Most of the Davis worshipers agree with me. They know I’m right. They just don’t want me to talk about it. Well, sorry. That just aint how it works.

  • Sullivan44

    And, I do have a reliable source that Al is already becoming agitated by Hue’s personality. Hue may not even be here next year. There’ll be lots more on that in the coming days.

  • Nnamdi21

    13.Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 12:32 am
    And, I do have a reliable source that Al is already becoming agitated by Hue’s personality. Hue may not even be here next year. There’ll be lots more on that in the coming days.

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

    RMR. Yawn…

    The ONLY reliable sources about the Raiders are right here and at RNS. Others sugar coat it or hate on it. Fug it, strait dope on all things silver and black, those are all I need.

  • Nnamdi21

    10. Sad but true…

  • Nnamdi21

    Im going to say the O line questions I had early on seemed legit. I think its a surprise how well this line is playing.

    The play action because of the run game is making them look better too. Likin it

  • raiderzmaverick

    This line is playing AMAZINGLY well! And with basically a 3rd round pick, a 2nd round pick, and 3 castoffs. Great coaching job done there. We need to keep that coach long-term. Campbell is NOT the fastest decision maker or release in the game by a LONG shot and only has been sacked 2 times. HUGE running holes for the RBs.

    Probably our strongest unit or probably 1B with the RBs being the strongest. Weakest unit right now….the LBers…or maybe Secondary…which means they gotta really step up for our next opponent or they’ll be MAJORLY exploited.

  • ghostraiders

    Anybody who thinks that sully… the raider hating Jack ass brings up good points is a fool!! He’s a self hating raider fan..if that.. a complete lunatic!! Its sad that most people come here to talk raider football. ..except for one sick individual who has some sick obsession with al Davis. .. get a fricken life. .you gimp!!

  • 1eyedpirate

    I haven’t seen a rookieet alone a wideout come in like Moore did this year…. Let’s not forget ford came on midseason last year but be didn’t shine like Moore has since he strapped on a chinstrap for us…. My motto has been if u got it from day one u will most likely be good ur whole career…. I fully expect Moore to be our best wideout for years…. McFadden and Moore are the type of players that can help Jason Campbell find his mojo…. With that being said I expect the pats to stack the box and testing Campbells ability to audiblize and make the right throws to beat them…. If Campbell and Moore along with other recievers learn how to play the defense in those situations then just maybe is when we become very very dangerous… It hasn’t came yet but give them a little more time then we become a 2 dimensional offense that would have the fastest reciever/ running back combo and the greatest show on the infield dirt….. Did u know we r the only NFL team now that shares a stadium with an MLB team ? Give us a potent squad that can entertain us and we can fill up the seats and start to discuss a new stadium…. In my dreams…. Goodnight gents

  • ArmChair GM

    # 1eyedpirate Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 1:07 am

    Give them a little more time then we become a 2 dimensional offense that would have the fastest reciever/ running back combo and the greatest show on the infield dirt…..
    _______________________________________________________

    Infield dirt is gone. Bay Area Baseball season is over. The Coliseum is strictly for the Raiders now.

    We should be seeing grass from now on. No more infield dirt.

  • anhdazman

    Action Jackson mentioned about possibly being part of the reason that slowed Jacoby Ford’s progress last year. You can see he’s not holding back with D. Moore. There shouldn’t be any hesitation once Ford is back. Ford and Moore should be the Raiders starting WRs. Hagen deserves to be #3 with his sure hands. The others can get in line after that.
    Campbell has been very smart with the ball. If he can continue to play with this much confidence, we can go places. Raider Nation complained about how often he would under throw the WRs. He’s started to fix that problem. Moore’s TD on Buffalo and the beautiful strike to Bush down the sideline to help seal the game vs. the Jets. Even throughout the game, his throws down field vs. Cromatie caused multiple PI calls. Very, very effective. Seems like a whole different QB back there. Give our Offensive line credit for giving him time.

  • anhdazman

    Try Some Reality Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 12:01 am
    Rob_raider Says:
    September 28th, 2011 at 11:13 pm
    i have one little issue w/ satele’s hit. there were two guys standing there, waiting to be blocked. he chose the smallest and furthest away. luckily moore just flew by the bigger and closer guy. i will be the first to say i’m not really a big satele fan. it just kinda seemed like he went for the easy kill. the only reason i could see it is if he thought the play was going outside, which is a distinct possibility. it goes fast and maybe he thought he was taking out the outside man for denarious. just an observation that kinds bugged me b/c like everyone, i got juiced when i saw it, but when i noticed it was satele, i was a little surprised. maybe i’m on the verge going “sullivan” on satele. uh-oh. get ready for countless daily rips of satele.

    Wow, that’s really nit picking! It was a great block. It helped get the job done. I think you should focus on the positive and realize maybe Satele is more concerned about DBs, Safeties, having the speed to catch Moore from behind rather than DL or LBs. Heck, if that was a kill shot, maybe the DB doesn’t even come back into the game.

  • Sullivan44

    Davis already agitated by Jackson’s outgoing style. Jackson probably won’t be here next year. I’ll have plenty more on this in the coming days.

  • http://Www.bullycains.com r8dercain

    Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 12:32 am
    And, I do have a reliable source that Al is already becoming agitated by Hue’s personality. Hue may not even be here next year. There’ll be lots more on that in the coming days.
    ____________
    what “source” told you a lie like that.
    They told you that so u could furl this blog with your negativity

  • ArmChair GM

    # Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 1:41 am

    Davis already agitated by Jackson’s outgoing style. Jackson probably won’t be here next year. I’ll have plenty more on this in the coming days.
    ______________________________________________________

    You said that if the Raiders lost in Buffalo then we would NOT sell out the home opener against the Jets.

    You also said that the Raiders would lose to the Jets no matter how many times we ran the ball.

    You credibility this season is already shot. No one takes anything you say seriously anymore.

    Sorry you lose.

  • http://Www.bullycains.com r8dercain

    t. Weakest unit right now….the LBers…or maybe Secondary…which means they gotta really step up for our next opponent or they’ll be MAJORLY exploited.
    _________________
    actually the DB’s have held up quite well when u look at film.
    Our LB corp has struggled at times an others looked dominate
    we need consistent play in all phases of the D to beat the pats.
    I said here in the offseason the our DB’s will be fine an I stand by it still

  • Violent Hands

    To change from zone to man coverage and not miss a beat and the new termoligy is all this defence has to overcome.Bills Jets Patriots you do not flat out bull-rush,you rush and get your hands up to cut their short passing lanes then later on the sacks will come

  • Violent Hands

    Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 1:41 am
    Davis already agitated by Jackson’s outgoing style. Jackson probably won’t be here next year. I’ll have plenty more on this in the coming days.
    ——–
    Who coach Davis?

  • rob_raider

    Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 1:41 am
    Davis already agitated by Jackson’s outgoing style. Jackson probably won’t be here next year. I’ll have plenty more on this in the coming days.
    *****************

    yes we know. u will beat this thing u made up to death.

  • rob_raider

    Anhdazman Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 1:40 am
    Try Some Reality Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 12:01 am
    Rob_raider Says:
    September 28th, 2011 at 11:13 pm
    i have one little issue w/ satele’s hit. there were two guys standing there, waiting to be blocked. he chose the smallest and furthest away. luckily moore just flew by the bigger and closer guy. i will be the first to say i’m not really a big satele fan. it just kinda seemed like he went for the easy kill. the only reason i could see it is if he thought the play was going outside, which is a distinct possibility. it goes fast and maybe he thought he was taking out the outside man for denarious. just an observation that kinds bugged me b/c like everyone, i got juiced when i saw it, but when i noticed it was satele, i was a little surprised. maybe i’m on the verge going “sullivan” on satele. uh-oh. get ready for countless daily rips of satele.

    Wow, that’s really nit picking! It was a great block. It helped get the job done. I think you should focus on the positive and realize maybe Satele is more concerned about DBs, Safeties, having the speed to catch Moore from behind rather than DL or LBs. Heck, if that was a kill shot, maybe the DB doesn’t even come back into the game.
    *******************
    LOL. yeah i’m in danger of hating on satele like sullivan hates on al davis. well, not quite.

  • rob_raider

    Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 12:30 am
    OMG. Comment 174, recent page. Rob Raider admits I’m right about Al not paying Hue. After sitting there trying to fight me fire with fire, he just fesses up and says exactly what I said. That when Hue wants money, Al’s going to kick him to the curb.

    And that’s the thing. It’s funny. Most of the Davis worshipers agree with me. They know I’m right. They just don’t want me to talk about it. Well, sorry. That just aint how it works.
    *********************
    u really have to be careful w/ this guy. give him an angle and he’ll run w/ it. for the record, no jackazz. i said he and al have a great relationship and there was no reason to think he would be here less than 6 years. i said i guess sometime down the line, if he was wanting to get a big paycheck, it’s possible he could leave. that’s it. that’s me agreeing w/ u? cmon man. u need to get some help dude. seriously, u’ll be happier if u can talk it out w/ someone other than us. it’s not healthy for u.

  • rob_raider

    for the record, al davis is awesome! i love the man. he is the raiders. go al! us against the world!

  • rob_raider

    and sullivan

  • edward teach

    I HOPE New England stacks the box against us for two reasons; one, because if DMac gets to the second level against a stacked box, he’s gone and two, it just makes the play-action pass (which Campbell is very good at) that much more effective.

    That said, I’m not as much worried about our ability to score points as I am our ability to stop the Patriots. If it’s late in the fourth quarter and we’re not up by two scores it’s going to be white-knuckle time.

  • rob_raider

    the opening spread on this game was ne by 4 1/2. that alone was eye opening. not nearly as large a spread as u would have predicted a few weeks ago. it has since move down to 4. that means people are starting to believe that the raiders could be in this game. and i think the line is heavily influenced by the reputation of the patriots. they couldn’t have set it any lower. what this really means is that according to vegas, the raiders could very well win this game. i feel pretty strongly that they will. our offense is capable of running clock and occasionally striking downfield to cripple them. and our pass rush should force brady into those quick slants curls. but our physical lb’s will lay the wood to these guys. gronkowski is big and he’s a matchup problem for most teams. but our lb’s are bigger than most and can match up physically. and guys like welker and woodhead, while quick, can’t handle getting smashed by 260 lb ‘backers. plus i see guys like moss and scott dropping back into passing lanes, b/c they’re more mobile than most DE’s. and we may see some blitzes from boyd, huff, and branch. in fact, i’m excited about seeing tyvon flying in and laying a vicious hit to brady’s gut. bam! game changer!

  • rob_raider

    can u believe how exciting this game is feeling? i mean the patriots are coming into oakland, and i know most of us are feeling very amped at the distinct possibility that the raiders make the statement game of the year. this is fun.

    and yes, sullivan is nervous. what the heck is he gonna do if the raiders win? oh yeah, he has already shown his hand. he will admit that the raiders are good and then go on and on for the next 5 or 6 years about al davis is about to dismantle the whole thing.

  • edward teach

    We HAVE to be aggresive with their wideouts at the LOS.

    If we learned anything from the Buffalo game it’s that you can’t line up five yards-plus off and expect to be able to cover the short pass.

    Chuck ‘em and get ‘em off their routes and timing right away, and the passrush has that split-second extra to get pressure. It’s the key to stopping them, in my opinion.

  • rob_raider

    yes. man-to-man bump-and-run. just like al davis would draw it up. this game could shape up as a raider dream. a bigtime power run game featuring one of the fastest backs in football. deep strikes by a big-armed qb delivered to the fastest wr’s in football. physical front 7 play and big, physical cb play, paired w/ headhunting safeties. the raiders!

  • rob_raider

    suck on it sullivan!

  • rob_raider

    i actually like sullivan and a few of the other sullivan-sympathizers to be here. it wouldn’t be any fun if they weren’t around to rub their noses in the rebirth of the raiders, would it?

  • Just Fire Baby

    The Sox had an epic choke-job, and now we will complete the terrible week for New Englanders with a smashing victory, and leave them limping out of California.

    What an amazing hour or two last night in baseball though. There is nothing like the energy of a Raider game in sports, but there is nothing like a last game of the season pennant race in baseball in sports either.

    Too often, the last week or two of the NFL is mostly irrelevant, and there are boring, blowouts throughout the playoffs.

  • Just Fire Baby

    Rob,

    Care to update us on the Eli Manning-Jason Campbell stat updates??

    I wasn’t involved in that debate, but I do think Eli is on the back end of a top 10 QB.

  • Just Fire Baby

    That said, I’m not as much worried about our ability to score points as I am our ability to stop the Patriots. If it’s late in the fourth quarter and we’re not up by two scores it’s going to be white-knuckle time.

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

    Very true Teach.

    These elite guys like Brady, Brees, Rodgers, make being down 10 with 5 minutes to a very winnable situation.

  • http://Www.bullycains.com r8dercain

    Moanin Nation

  • RaiderRockstar

    “All I know is, that I play left corner,” Routt said. “And whoever lines up out there, that’s who I got to cover.”

    ***

    Chekwa or DVD on Wes Welker.

    Yikes!

    glad Mike Huff is back to help with that :)

  • Just Fire Baby

    Wes Welker is going to get his. He is the king of getting 3-4 catches on the last minute drive before the half, and in two minute drills.

    Realistically, I don’t see much of a scenario where we hold them under 10 catches, but if we can limit that to around 90 yards, we should be fine.

  • RaiderRockstar

    I saw Seymour this offseason. He promised me that if he got to close to me, he wouldn’t take me down too hard. I’ll see if he lives up to that.

    -Tom Brady

    ***

    I hope Rich was bluffing. I want to see Brady’s O-Line peel him off the grass after every pass attempt!

  • Raiderbuck
  • RaiderRockstar

    Steve Corkran > Jerry Mac

  • REALLIONAIREB

    REALLIONAIREB Says:
    September 29th, 2011 at 5:53 am
    I think we have da personel to what the Browns done to the Saints & Pats last season.We shld watch da flim from those 2 games and apply some of those looks,cuz it seem to confuse the hell out of Brees & Brady that season.

    Sometime rush 3 and drop 8…rush 2 drop 9 with Wimbley dropping into the middle from his De position and have Groves or Moss or Sho-nasty drop underneath Wes Wel and bracket him wit a Db

    Not saying use it the hold game,but use it on a few 3rd down and mediums cld giv Brady sometime to think about and confuse his pre-snap reads,because once he can dictate what the Dee is doing is when he spreads it all around

    But Let’s Get It Done Raiders

    Raiderszzzzzz…OneNation…UndaGod