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By Jon Becker
Tuesday, February 14th, 2012 at 10:20 am in Oakland Raiders.

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  • Lowdown_in_Beijing

    K2,

    I don’t know Mitt hides his money, but I “hide” mine so that it isn’t taxed and spent on the scumbags who hang out on E. 14th/International Blvd.

    Same reason I chose Alameda over Oakland…a person get’s tired of working hard and having it go to vagrants.

  • oaktown1

    I swear, folks are sleeping on Terrell Pryor. He is going to use everyone dissing him as motivation. He is gonna come to camp and make some noise. Watch, you’ll see.

  • Silverandblack666

    Brownstains chastising another blogger is one thing but to involve a guys wife or family is about as low as one can stoop.

  • http://repealitnow.org MistaBrown

    666, if I want your opinion I will ask Peymour Bish, ok ?

  • http://repealitnow.org MistaBrown

    Good answer!
    lmao
    ______

    HayesDaze37 Says:
    February 14th, 2012 at 3:18 pm

    Ummm…because he was shown the way by his predecessor?

  • http://repealitnow.org MistaBrown

    Its ok for purp lips to shred the constitution and put us into debt generations wont be able to payback….because he followed GW.

    Got it Libtards, thanks!

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    Silverandblack666 Says:
    February 14th, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Brownstains chastising another blogger is one thing but to involve a guys wife or family is about as low as one can stoop.
    —————————————
    He’s got, NOBODY. Lol.

  • HayesDaze37

    202.oaktown1 Says:

    I swear, folks are sleeping on Terrell Pryor. He is going to use everyone dissing him as motivation. He is gonna come to camp and make some noise. Watch, you’ll see.

    ——————————–

    More power to him!

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    Oh, yeah, I personally saw the Prez, shred the constitution, last night. Horrible.

  • http://raiders.com Albert

    Lowdown_in_Beijing Says:
    February 14th, 2012 at 3:19 pm
    K2,

    I don’t know Mitt hides his money, but I “hide” mine so that it isn’t taxed and spent on the scumbags who hang out on E. 14th/International Blvd.

    Same reason I chose Alameda over Oakland…a person get’s tired of working hard and having it go to vagrants.
    ———
    If you don’t like paying taxes, go back to China.

  • bank-bank

    HayesDaze37 you are dead on about Terrell Pryor plus hes 6’5″ with a strong arm and from a good college program Ohio State.

  • Silverandblack666

    You are so ignorant the one who shredded the constitution was Reagan and judge Rehnquist!

    We now no longer have our 4th amendment rights.

    In the early 1980′s it was illegal for law enforcement to search your house or car or any of your property without a warrant. Reagan and Rehnquist removed that to help fight the war on drugs. They felt it tied the hands of law enforcement so they did away with the 4th amendment.

    You should really read more often instead of regurgitating Fox news.

  • Lowdown_in_Beijing

    On Offense:

    Colston as a free agent.

    Defense:

    Trade DHB for a 2nd and pick up Burfict for ILB.

    Porter via free trade

  • HayesDaze37

    That was someone else propping-up Pryor. But, if he’s right, we’re all better off for it. Pryor’s got athleticism…and he’s smarter than his last days at OSU would have us believe.

    Hopefully Pryor will improve enough to be a #2-quality QB this year…if not, he should become the next Ronald Curry, beginning the Spring of 2013.

  • Lowdown_in_Beijing

    ALbert/MR,

    Supreme Court Justice Learned Hand once said: “There is nothing illegal so as to arrange one’s finances so as not to pay tax.”

    I pay what I choose to.

    Trade DHB & Draft Burfict!

  • http://raiders.com Albert

    Happy Valentines Day everyone! Who wants to be my Valentine?

  • Mistic1 Tha Supavillain

    I think it is a little strange that steve cant bring himself to give DHB any credit. The kid turned in a very nice season last year, and seems to be improving every time he steps on the field. to elevate moore, ford murph or anyone else over him with out them proving it on the field doesnt fly as far as im concerned.

    Forget the book on DHB when he arrived and look at what he did on sundays this year. media and fans are guilty of anchoring their expectations of a player on to the reputation of the player and over looking actual on field production. Until one of the other guys can surpass what DHB did then he is with out question the best wr on the team as of this moment.

  • HayesDaze37

    Burfict might not have the work ethic that DHB has. We know he’s got attitude on the field…will it be trouble off it? He could be good, but I don’t know he’ll be worth the hassles.

    It took a few years, and nearly an unspeakable fate, before Ray Lewis settled down. Burfict just has the feel of a guy who can’t grow-up fast enough.

  • bank-bank

    The thing I like about Terrell is that no one is talking about him because he is good.Check out some of his highlights on line.Hes got some game and just imagine that Big Al selected him and he turns out to be superb Imagine that.

  • Silverandblack666

    “I think it is a little strange that steve cant bring himself to give DHB any credit. The kid turned in a very nice season last year, and seems to be improving every time he steps on the field.”

    He sure has come a long way and he works hard you never hear anything negative about his attitude or work ethic.

  • Mistic1 Tha Supavillain

    In some respects DHB was one of our most reliable play makers last season. I would say that DHB along with jc and lil wiz where our most consistent players on offense. I certainly would not trade him for unproven college players, especially now when he is only just beginning to come into his own

  • Lowdown_in_Beijing

    DHB may be on the verge of being great or he might just be Alvin Harper. Either way, he is showed good improvement and I too don’t understand Cork’s bias.

    That being said, if we get Colston or V. Jackson, I’d trade him in heart beat for a 2nd and take Bufict.

    Colston/Jackson along with Moore and Ford makes DHB expendable. Just like the hot chink in Rambo II.

  • HayesDaze37

    DHB was our most reliable WR last year, for sure. As clumsy as it looks sometimes. But, he needs to do something spectacular every now and then to get peoples’ attention now.

    One or two incredible plays like DMoore makes, and everybody will start appreciating DHB’s more blue-collar-like efforts.

  • Lowdown_in_Beijing

    New Post

  • Mistic1 Tha Supavillain

    HayesDaze37 Says:
    February 14th, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    Burfict might not have the work ethic that DHB has. We know he’s got attitude on the field…will it be trouble off it? He could be good, but I don’t know he’ll be worth the hassles.

    It took a few years, and nearly an unspeakable fate, before Ray Lewis settled down. Burfict just has the feel of a guy who can’t grow-up fast enough.
    ===============

    Burfict has all world talent but he is a major head case. Im not sure that a few million dollars of nfl money wouldnt send that kid over the ledge. How long before romac and burfict kill one another?

    I wouldnt touch him.

  • Hardline

    DHB is a continuing disappointment. Due to lack of other receivers caused by injuries he was force fed the ball and gained some yards: 961 to be exact. But he only scored 3 TDs, and when crunch time came, DHB either dropped or whiffed on the ball and caused us to lose the game.

    Jerry Rice, in his 3rd season gain 1031 yds with 16 TD’s, BTW.

    DHB traps the ball with his body while making easy to average plays. If we retain him we will continue to be average in the WR dept: not factoring in Moore and Ford that is.

  • Hardline

    Supavillain,Mistic1 #225

    “Burfict has all world talent but he is a major head case. Im not sure that a few million dollars of nfl money wouldnt send that kid over the ledge. How long before romac and burfict kill one another?”
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    Good post Supavillain ! That would be one way to get rid of McClain, once and for all……

  • Hardline

    214.HayesDaze37 Says:
    February 14th, 2012 at 3:38 pm
    That was someone else propping-up Pryor. But, if he’s right, we’re all better off for it. Pryor’s got athleticism…and he’s smarter than his last days at OSU would have us believe.

    Hopefully Pryor will improve enough to be a #2-quality QB this year…if not, he should become the next Ronald Curry, beginning the Spring of 2013.
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    Good Post ! I say let’s put Pryor out there and see what he can do.

    In his demo reel (notwithstanding bias involved in favor of Pryor) I saw Pryor make pass after pass after pass, all beautifully thrown into the receiver’s hands, necessitating no adjustment by the receiver at all, which were in flight from 50 to 60 yds. Plus Pryor runs like the wind, and is very evasive of the rush.

    If Pryor has no potential as an NFL QB then we can always cut him.