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Coach Allen transcript from Monday

Will post comments from players after locker-room access. In the interim, here’s the entire transcript from Raiders coach Dennis Allen’s news conference Monday:

Q: How is Darrius Heyward-Bey doing?
A: He’s doing better. I believe he’s been released from the hospital. He had a concussion and he’s got a neck strain. He’ll make a full recovery. He’s going to be fine. We’ll just have to evaluate him and see where he’s at as far as when we get him back.

Q: Thoughts on the hit?
A: It’s the game of football. I don’t think people are trying to going out there and hurt peopole. The safety was playing the game fast and physical. It’s a tough game to play when you’re making split-second decisions on how you play the game. It’s the unfortunate things that happen in this game but we move on from it.

Q: Talk to DHB?
A: I talked to him this morning.

Q: How did he sound?
A: He sounded tired. But he’s doing OK. He was in good spirits. He’s doing fine and we’re looking forward to getting him back.

Q: Prognosis on when he’ll be back?
A: The concussion is obviously the bigger issue than anything else right now. He’s a guy that we’re going to have to continue to evaluate and see where he’s at. We were all pleased to see that it wasn’t anything severe as far as neck injury or anything like that.

Q: Brandon Myers’ condition after the concussion?
A: He got that late in the game. Brandon’s been in here today and feels fine, no headaches. He still has to go through the protocol of passing all the tests. But it didn’t seem to be severe.

Q: How involved do you get in protocol?
A: That’s what we do as organization. I don’t get individually involved specifically but we all know what we’ve got to go and player safety is the biggest concern. We’re not going to put a guy back out on the field until we know that it’s safe to put him back out there.

Q: Lot of hits taking place across the league Sunday. Thoughts?
A: There’s rules in place to take care of those things and I’ll let the people in charge of taking care of those things take care of it.

Q: Surprised there was no flag on DHB play?
Allen: It’s a judgment call.

Q: After seeing the tape, thoughts on Michael Huff as a corner?
Allen: I thought there were some things that he did well. It’s been awhile since he’s been out there. There’s a learning process out there. It’s not like you just go out there and he looks like an All-American or an all-Pro player the first time he goes out there. There’s going to be a learning process for him. The great thing he was able to learn and we were able to get the win. I would expect the next time he goes out there that he would be a little bit better.

Q: Giving a lot of cushion while other corner playing tighter?
Allen: I think some of that has to do with playing back out there on an island and you know you’re all by yourself out there. It’s just developing that confidence to know that he can do it and we’ve got all the confidence in the world that he’ll be able to do that.

Q: Anything surprise you about what you were able to do yesterday . .
Allen: No, I mean, I think things that I’ve known all along. We’ve got it in us to be a mentally tough team, and compete and fight and keep going until the very end. That’s what you have to do to win consistently in this league and that’s what our guys did yesterday.

Q: Talked about patience, belief in the system, how important to get a win to validate it . .
Allen: Well, any time you have success, it reinforces the message that you’ve been trying to preach. So it was good for our players, for our staff, for our organization to see some of the fruits of our labor. Listen, we’re not a finished product. We’ve still got a lot of work to do and that’s why we’re meeting to day to get all those corrections made and hopefully we’ll get that taken care of and we won’t make the same mistakes when we go against Denver next week.

Q: Areas that were concerns that got addressed form Week 1 to Week 2, run defense, field positon, etc. . .
Allen: Every week it’s something different. No game is ever perfect and there’s always things that you got to improve on and there’s things from week to week that you get better at. I thought our run game was better in the game the other day, the fact that we were able to get two takeaways on defense was an improvement. The fact that we were able to create field position with our special teams, that was an improvement. Our third down conversions on offense was an improvement, was a big part of why we wont the game, so yeah, there were some things in that game that we improved on. Now the challenge is, can you continue to improve on them on a weekly basis.

Q: Did you last night after the win have a chance to celebrate with family?
A: Yeah, we had a good time. Had some friends over and enjoyed it.

Q: Going back just once, it worked out to be a happy day for the organization, but can you take us back to that 10 minutes when DHB was down, unconscious? What was that like?
A: Well it was tough. I was actually out on the field watching everything as it took place. And it was a scary situation, and we’re blessed and we’re fortunate that he’s going to be fine. That’s part of this game that we play and it’s a tough part of the game, but we’re happy that Darrius is going to be fine.

Q: But how did it change the emotional energy? The focus?
A: Well that’s a difficult challenge, and it’s really a difficult challenge for both teams because there’s a flow to the game that you get into and the flow of the game was stalled there for a second. But I thought our guys did a great job of refocusing and doing the things that we had to do to win that football game. And I thought we did a nice job of that.

Q: How much of that do you attribute to Carson? Players talked yesterday about his calmness. What’d you see?
A: Same things I’ve been seeing from him since I’ve been here. That’s why we’re glad that we’ve got the quarterback that we have, because he’s been through a lot of different things and seen a lot of different things, and he doesn’t let a lot of things distract him. He’s got singleness of purpose, and I thought he did a great job – the whole game, and then especially there at the end of the game.

Q: The two, particularly the one to DHB and then the last short TD pass where he broke to the outside and got Denarius, those were tough throws.
A: I thought if there was one thing that you take out of the game from Carson where he had a big improvement, his accuracy, especially under duress, was outstanding. So he understands how to play the game, he can fit the ball into tight windows, and we need our quarterback to play like he played yesterday.

Q: How did Willie Smith grade out in his first start?
A: Overall I thought he graded out pretty well. There’s still some areas of improvement that he’s got to make, but for a young guy to come in and play against a defense like that, I thought he played well.

Q: Carson didn’t have the best start yesterday but was able to come back. What are some of the things that you’re looking to improve going into Denver?
A: With Carson specifically?

Q: With no room for error obviously.
A: Well I mean I think there’s a lot of areas for improvement. Defensively we’ve got to be able to get off the field on third down and then when they get down in the red zone we’ve got to make them kick field goals and not score touchdowns. That was a big thing in the game that led to a big difference in time of possession, so we’ve got to improve in that area. Offensively, I thought we did a better job. Obviously we’ve got to be able to protect the ball, we’ve got to do a better job of staying on our feet and not slipping down, which is what happened on the one interception. So there’s going to be areas that we’ve got to improve in every week.

What kind of week will this be for you, going back to Denver?
“It will be just like every other week. It’s going to be a division opponent. It’s a big game, but we can’t get into individualism. This is a team game. We got a challenge to face the Denver Broncos, and we’re going to come up with a good plan, our players will execute, and we’re going to go try to win a game.”

Is there something that will happen, though, when you step out there on game day, on the opposing sideline? Obviously you have some memories from there.
“Sure, it will be a different feel. It will be a different feel. But that’s another one of those distractions that you can’t let take over. It’s not about me, it’s not about Dennis Allen vs. the Denver Broncos, it’s about the Oakland Raiders vs. the Denver Broncos. We’re going to need a lot more than just me out there to go win a game. So our focus is going to be on our team trying to exploit whatever weaknesses Denver has and eliminate the times that they’re able to exploit whatever vulnerabilities we have.”

Will you have to be looking for wide receivers this week?
“That’s a potential. We’ll look at that. Reggie and I will get together and talk personnel probably this afternoon, so we’ll see.”

What about the energy that the fans brought, especially in the fourth quarter?
“It was going pretty good. We got a great group of fans. The Raider Nation is probably the – they’re the most passionate fans I’ve ever been around, so that was a great feeling, and we need that energy. The players feed off of it, the coaches feed off of it. It’s a big factor in the game.”

What have you been telling the players to keep the penalties down?
“Just do your job, be disciplined, do it right, don’t do things that are going to cost your football team. And like I said before, at the end of the day, I have to do a good job of bringing it to their attention, the players have to do the job of getting it corrected, and they’ve done a nice job of that through three games.”

Everyone was talking about the zone blocking. Do you think you’ve silenced some of that?
“Maybe for a week. That’s the way it is, and we understand that. We go to go out and we got to execute on a week by week basis. That’s what the challenge for us is, and that’s why playing in the National Football League’s so hard because you got to be able to bring it for 16 straight weeks. We’ll go back to work this week, we’ll have a good plan for Denver and we’ll be ready to roll.”

Q: Did you think it would take this long for your offensive system to yield fruit?
A: “Well, it takes time for, anytime there’s something new, anytime there’s change, it takes some time for guys to understand how to work together and how different situations are going to play out. So, yeah, you’re expecting that it’s going to take a little bit of time. It was nice to see some of the results this week.”

Q: Have you had a chance to study video of Peyton Manning yet?
A: “I’ve studied him a lot in the past. I haven’t got a chance, really, to really focus in on them. I’ll spend the better part of this afternoon and tonight, tomorrow, getting a good feel for them. He’s obviously a great player, he’s a Hall of Fame player, and we’ve got our hands full with it.”

Q: Curious to see what Jack Del Rio has done with the defense you ran last season?
A: “Well, yeah, I’ve seen what they’ve done. They’re doing some of the same things that we did last year and then they’ve got their new little wrinkles that they’re doing. Jack Del Rio does a great job coaching defense. He’s always been an outstanding defensive football coach. So, yeah, you watch those guys that you coached and watch them play. They’re doing a good job on defense. They’re flying around, playing fast. We got our work cut out for us.”

Q: How much did you feel the Mile High atmosphere was an advantage for the Broncos?
A: “I don’t recall anything, in particular, where we just said, ‘Hey, we’re going to try to use this as an advantage.’ It’s a tough place to play. They’ve got a good fan base. It gets loud. We got to go and play against a good opponent. We got to get ready to play the game.”

Q: Is Philip Wheeler playing the way you expected?
A: “Yes. He loves playing the game of football. It’s fun for him. It’s not work for him. He enjoys it, he flies around, he tries to make every play on the field that he can. He’s the type of guy that we’re looking for. He’s done a real good job for us, and we’re happy that we got him.”

Q: Look forward to no infield dirt?
A: I think we’re one of … I think we’re the only team that plays on a dirt infield. That’s something we have to deal with. The opponent has to deal with it. It’s another one of those outside distractions that you don’t have control over so you just understand what you’re dealing with and understand how you got to play on the dirt then you move on.

Q: So are you rooting against the A’s?
A: I hope they win. Is there any way we can get a grass infield and they can still win?

Q: How much does it help the offensive line to have Wiz for second straight week?
A: That has a lot to do with it. In our scheme the center has to be responsible for a lot of different things. He was one player we thought made a big step forward this week as far as not only his play but getting us started in the right areas and doing those kinds of things. I think as we develop some continuity in our offensive line and we’re able to keep the same five guys playing on a week by week basis we’ll do nothing but get better.

Q: More no huddle in future?
A: It will be a part of our offense. We’ll see on a week by week basis. Everything is game planned on a week by week basis. Just because we ran it this week doesn’t mean we’ll run it next week. We’ll have to see what we think gives us the best chance to win.

Q: Like how it looked?
A: I was pleased with the way the no-huddle

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  • Purvisman/Intrepid/ Full Disclosure

    Veetle.? ///// They wanted to take over my entire operating system. Said I don’t think so.

  • TheBay2LA

    Eastoaklandraider Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:47 pm
    knapptime has taken a lot of flak so do we give him credit for our offensive outburst or do we chalk it up to Carson doing a lot of audibles?
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    Hard to say. Kneejerk reactions are hard to swallow. But I will say that it speaks volumes as far as the response of the Players and coaching staffs. No doubt, it was a hot weak for Knapp. And I honestly liked what I saw, outside of a few 3rd down calls early. So I say he showed some brass ones responding like he did, as did the players for making him look good!

  • RAIDERMAN99

    Now some commentary about the game.

    Helluva win. Team showed heart battling from behind all day.

    Still say Knapp sucks, but was thrilled to see some shots down the field taken.

    Palmer played his best game as a Raid. Some big throws into tight windows and his accuracy was excellent.

    Really like the on-side kick call by DA and Hoffman. Didn’t work out, but they clearly had seen something on tape that could be exploited and weren’t chickensht about taking a gamble on it.

    Saw a clip of DA speaking to the troops after the game. Apparently, the men gave him the game ball. Tits said he appreciated it, but it was a TEAM win – O, D and ST – and EVERY ONE gets a game ball.

    On to Denver.

    Mules can be had.

    Opening line for this Sunday:

    Mules -6
    O/U 47

  • dr_robert

    beeech–so is ur definition of a “meltdown” when someone points out how gay u are?

  • DMAC

    Peace out peoples!
    Go A’s!
    Go Dubs!
    Go Cal Bears (fire Tedford)
    Go Raiders!

  • mcfadden20.

    I told you guys we will be alright , we’re in good hands with coach DA

  • eastoaklandraider

    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:40 pm
    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    May actually get to watch Raider game on a TV next week and not my computer. Hella excited!
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    You can’t connect your computer to your tv “Klas”?
    —-
    I can. But this week I actually can see game in HD with no buffering every 10 seconds.
    ____________

    what site do you use to watch the game klas I was on first row

  • The Beeech Dawg

    Nob Bust / GayBeeeecham, obviously I wax poetically about the legendary Beeech Lawg because he’s huge, spectacular, world famous and has almost reached a full foot in length!

    Gots to drop it like its hot, whut whut

    When you’re constantly scoring supermodel-style strippers who just happen to be completely wasted, it’s obviously more than just my amazing personality and rock hard 24-pack abs

    Although my special brand of Beeeech Dawg comedy has kept the babes and VIPs on my Reggae Party Boat entertained for years, heh heh heh

    Sorry minion, but that’s just how them Big Dawgs Bark, woof

  • AmysInCharge

    My prediction was off a bit,..didnt do well at The O yesterday, let a terrible towel in my face get to me,..Brien was great, as always,..way to keep it going bro. Cya in a month.

  • http://www.RAIDERS.com Back-n-Black

    Back-n-Black Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 10:36 am

    In 2007 under Greg Knapp the Raiders had wins in week 3 and 4 (26-24 over the Browns & 35-17 over the Dolphins) after going 0-2 to start the season.

    The Raiders finished 4-12

    In 2008 under Greg Knapp the Raiders won in week 2 (23-8 over the Chiefs) and a win in week 7 (16-13 over the Jets) before Knapp was relieved of his playcalling duties in a week 9 loss to the Falcons.

    Knapp was 6-18 as OC/Playcaller

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3699316
    …………

    A 1 point last second victory doesn’t convince me that Knapp’s offense is great.

    I enjoyed the win, as I do every Raiders victory, but I still have my doubts concerning Knapp and the Zone Blocking System.

    I want to see production consistently before I jump aboard the Knapp bandwagon.

  • Purvisman/Intrepid/ Full Disclosure

    Purvisman/Intrepid/ Full Disclosure Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 12:28 pm

    raiderinparadise Says: Gordon is a better blocker than any RT on our roster and a goaline target.//////////Imagine saying that a week ago?

  • http://InsidetheOaklandRaiders Goldie7

    Great news…DHB is released from hospital! Speedy recovery DHB! Great Q&A transcript reading from Coach Allen….Thanks alot Cork! Hopefully we can defeat Denver. Yep…I’m still eating crow, this Nick Miller fan is eating crow. Crow taste good grilled with a little mustard. Our team still have major work to do but I’ll eat my crow anyway.

  • dr_robert

    The Beeech Dawg Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    Nob Bust / GayBeeeecham, obviously I wax poetically about the legendary Beeech Lawg because he’s huge, spectacular, world famous and has almost reached a full foot in length!

    Gots to drop it like its hot, whut whut

    When you’re constantly scoring supermodel-style strippers who just happen to be completely wasted, it’s obviously more than just my amazing personality and rock hard 24-pack abs

    Although my special brand of Beeeech Dawg comedy has kept the babes and VIPs on my Reggae Party Boat entertained for years, heh heh heh

    Sorry minion, but that’s just how them Big Dawgs Bark, woof
    ********************

    no, i asked why u like to talk about OUR weiners so much.

  • TheBay2LA

    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:47 pm
    TheBay2LA Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:38 pm
    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    May actually get to watch Raider game on a TV next week and not my computer. Hella excited!
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    You can’t connect your computer to your tv “Klas”?
    —————–

    Related, kind of. But does anyone have a means to access Pac 12 network via stream? Have Directv and it’s not offered. Need it for upcomming Saturday.

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

    I’m not anywhere near my computer next Sunday Bay2LA but I’ve never failed when I wanted to get a link online.

    You used to be able to get a good HD link on Veetle.
    They used to show the ESPNAmerica-which is in Europe-NFL link and is always a good picture.

    Maybe the best place though is tvpc.com because they specialize in searching the net for links to most live US tv. That way you don’t have to search. They have most everything most of the time.

    They have east/west Fox or CBS network links but if you click on sports you’ll see loads of games that they will have on during the day including the NFL.

    Purvisman/Intrepid/ Full Disclosure Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:50 pm
    Veetle.? ///// They wanted to take over my entire operating system. Said I don’t think so.

    —-
    Thanks for the response. I actually used to use Veetle back when Myp2p was still up before the DMCA takedown. It was not malicious and taking over the OS was likely the place you were downloading it from, or an issue with your Virus software, although would guess the former, but can’t be certain. I can still find streams for NFL, although kind of bunk quality. However, so far have not found anything relating to pac 12 network. But I do know there is official streams, I just don’t have Comcast, Xfinity account to log in. Some good person out there has got to be streaming it I would think. Atleast I hope. I’ll be looking the rest of the week for it!

  • dr_robert

    he mentioned the “party boat” so i’m required to do this:

    Reggae Boat Parties
140 N Marina Dr
Long Beach, CA 90803
(562) 799-7000
    I am being completely honest and unbiased as I write this review while sitting on the Reggae boat cruise… My group paid $45/each and were told that BBQ was included. Well it is NOT. In addition the only food on the “Reggae cruise”are Domino pizza slices and BBQ wings: for $5 each. The boat is the cheapest piece of crap I have ever been on and had we not paid for our tickets in advance, I would have never boarded. 2nd, and most importantly the boat did not leave until around 6:30, even though we were scheduled to leave at 6pm, which means right now I am being held HOSTAGE until 9:30pm! To make a horrible experience even worse we are riding around in a 1/4 mile circle!! The boat is literally a rip-off! Party people BEWARE!

    http://reggaeboat.com/index.html
    beeech plays music! hahahahahahaha!

  • Purvisman/Intrepid/ Full Disclosure

    Brien said you were real Amy. Good enough for me even if you are an inveterate instigator. Trying to weed out the chaff?

  • eastoaklandraider

    AmysInCharge Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    My prediction was off a bit,..didnt do well at The O yesterday, let a terrible towel in my face get to me,..Brien was great, as always,..way to keep it going bro. Cya in a month.
    ————

    how bout those niners eh amy

  • dr_robert

    now run and hide beeech–go back to ur gimp box minion.

  • dr_robert

    predcition–we will very soon see one of beeech’s aliases show up to support him and tell me how he “owns me”. here it comes.

  • Carl Weathers

    Everyone was talking about the zone blocking. Do you think you’ve silenced some of that?

    @@@@@@@@

    Everyone as in the semi’s? Lol

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    Eastoaklandraider Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:40 pm
    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    May actually get to watch Raider game on a TV next week and not my computer. Hella excited!
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    You can’t connect your computer to your tv “Klas”?
    —-
    I can. But this week I actually can see game in HD with no buffering every 10 seconds.
    ____________

    what site do you use to watch the game klas I was on first row
    ——-
    ATDHE(dot)Net or vipbox(dot)tv

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Purvisman/Intrepid/ Full Disclosure Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:50 pm
    Veetle.? ///// They wanted to take over my entire operating system. Said I don’t think so.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Well, you have to download their player. Nothin else as far as I know. It’s harmless. I checked it out on CNET and actually got a download link there.

  • mcfadden20.

    I can’t wait for us to become a dynasty

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    http://reggaeboat.com/index.html
    beeech plays music! hahahahahahaha!
    ——
    Dr. Robert, that link never gets old. That is a Klassic.

  • sirblitzalot

    The game against Denver has to be tit or tat. We cant get way ahead and then let Manning come back, building momentum, getting the crowd in an uproar. That will definitely end in defeat. I hope that we go blow for blow, and we land the last score with 3 seconds left on the clock. Go Raiders. Besides we MUST WIN Sunday because after the bye, we got to go to Atlanta and beat the Red hot Falcons. We must stop the AFC west shut-out! That is a low probability propostion.

  • sirblitzalot

    tit for tat…… Sorry

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    Beeech does play a mean harmonica.

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    Beeech can reall blow.

  • dr_robert

    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 3:00 pm
    http://reggaeboat.com/index.html
    beeech plays music! hahahahahahaha!
    ——
    Dr. Robert, that link never gets old. That is a Klassic.

    **************
    LOL. it does make me laugh. nothing like the truth to pour ice water all over beeech’s pretend boner. he usually goes away for awhile after i post it. it’s like a can of whoop azz in my back pocket i can bust out as needed.

    he’s so cute, kinda like the darling little retards u see at safeway and mcdonald’s.

  • The Beeech Dawg

    Oh man, thanks Nob Bust for posting that random party boat review you found on yelp

    Me and my Blog Brahs always have HUGE laughs at how hard you try to convince the blog that it’s mine

    Too funny, minion

    Goober, if it isn’t too much trouble, please also post your epic losing rap for our amusement

    Not that we can laugh much harder, but we’ll sure try!

    TAKING THIS JAM 2 THE STREETS, GOTS TO FEEL THE HEAT

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:59 pm
    Eastoaklandraider Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:40 pm
    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    May actually get to watch Raider game on a TV next week and not my computer. Hella excited!
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    You can’t connect your computer to your tv “Klas”?
    —-
    I can. But this week I actually can see game in HD with no buffering every 10 seconds.

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

    Buffering? Don’t you subscribe to the NFL’s Gamepass?
    Perfect HD picture online and you get all teams; you more than one game at a time if you want; and you watch archived games.
    Naturally, you have to pay for it.
    Then if your computer and your tv have an HDMI link-any you have some old stuff if you don’t-you connect the computer to the tv with an HDMI cable.

    Maybe you don’t subscribe to Gamepass?
    Maybe you don’t live in Europe?

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    Beeech, do you still have the goatee?

  • eastoaklandraider

    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:59 pm
    Eastoaklandraider Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:40 pm
    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    May actually get to watch Raider game on a TV next week and not my computer. Hella excited!
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    You can’t connect your computer to your tv “Klas”?
    —-
    I can. But this week I actually can see game in HD with no buffering every 10 seconds.
    ____________

    what site do you use to watch the game klas I was on first row
    ——-
    ATDHE(dot)Net or vipbox(dot)tv
    ————
    right on brah ima check it out

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter
    NFL considering one-game suspension for Broncos LB Joe Mays, who landed helmet-to-helmet hit on Matt Schaub. At very least, a fine coming.
    Expand
    Reply Retweet Favorite
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    Sweet!

  • raiderinparadise

    2m Brian McIntyre ‏@brian_mcintyre
    A one-game suspension for Broncos LB Joe Mays would cost him $205,882 in base salary. Very steep price for that hit on Schaub

    Retweeted by Steve Corkran
    ———–

    wow. huge fine and also a solid player if he doesn’t play Sunday, good for us.

  • AmysInCharge

    EastOakland,..Niners?…two things,..one, things go over your head so for you I will dumb it down…and two,…you clearly took the bait. Stop being so easy dude.

  • dr_robert

    The Beeech Dawg Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 3:03 pm
    Oh man, thanks Nob Bust for posting that random party boat review you found on yelp

    Me and my Blog Brahs always have HUGE laughs at how hard you try to convince the blog that it’s mine

    Too funny, minion

    Goober, if it isn’t too much trouble, please also post your epic losing rap for our amusement

    Not that we can laugh much harder, but we’ll sure try!

    TAKING THIS JAM 2 THE STREETS, GOTS TO FEEL THE HEAT
    *******************

    nope. when i first got on this blog, u were spending most of ur time talking about ur “reggae party boat” in long beach. that filled most of ur posts. so, i searched for reggae party boat in long beach and whaddya know! the yelp review is genuine. anyone can look it up. and when i first posted it, u admitted it was yours by arguing that the review wasn’t legit. it’s u and u have said even recently that my posting it proves u aren’t lying about ur party boat.

    it’s okay man. we all knew the truth. u have a vivid imagination and nobody ever thought any of what u said was true. ur just a scurvy middle aged perv with too much time on his hands. and a very active, deranged, and fixated fantasy life. it’s probably good that u have this blog, so u don’t rape or harm anyone.

    but i still want u to tell us why u talk about our weiners so much.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    TheBay2LA Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Didn’t see that you were talking about PAC games brother.
    I have no idea other than the networks.

    You still might get them on tvpc.com.
    Their west network link always is LA and not Bayarea.

  • TheBay2LA

    Eastoaklandraider Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 3:06 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:59 pm
    Eastoaklandraider Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:40 pm
    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:36 pm
    Klas Tjorborn Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    May actually get to watch Raider game on a TV next week and not my computer. Hella excited!
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    You can’t connect your computer to your tv “Klas”?
    —-
    I can. But this week I actually can see game in HD with no buffering every 10 seconds.
    ____________

    what site do you use to watch the game klas I was on first row
    ——-
    ATDHE(dot)Net or vipbox(dot)tv
    ————
    right on brah ima check it out

    —–
    Have not tried vipbox but have tried ATDHE. So much crap in the player window gave me an ulcer. iLivid is not safe I do know this almost certainly, but may be mistaken, been awhile since I tried it.(makes no sense ey?) As it packs some serious adware. What player do you use for this site? Same question for the other.

  • TheBay2LA

    ENGLANDRAIDER Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 3:10 pm
    TheBay2LA Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Didn’t see that you were talking about PAC games brother.
    I have no idea other than the networks.

    You still might get them on tvpc.com.
    Their west network link always is LA and not Bayarea.

    Nice, I’ll have a look at it, thanks.

  • RAIDERMAN99

    Any thoughts on DA’s strategy on the last drive ?

    Thought the Raids could have used a TO during the drive and wasted some precious seconds.

    Thought the Raids might have tried for a few more yards, but DA was clearly comfortable with Jani nailing the game winner from 42.

    Saw a few cutaways to Jani getting ready, kicking into the net, walking around. Actually was SMILING at one point.

    I knew this wasn’t going to be a replay of the AZ game 2 years ago.

    Ice. Money.

  • mcfadden20.

    Can’t wait till sunday

  • Just Fire Baby

    Best run defense we have had in years.

    Slo-Mania!!!

  • RaiderSam

    Raider Riff Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:03 pm
    Im getting tired of DA not answering the questions directly. The politician speak is driving me nuts.

    When asked when DHB will be back, he didnt even remotely answer the question.

    If you dont know, say so. If you dont want to tell us, the media, or the competition, just say so.

    I’d prefer the honesty to the lawyer talk.

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

    I’d prefer he won the game – f all the other stuff, which really doesnt matter anyway.

  • dr_robert

    klas–doesn’t he look just about exactly as u would have imagined? about 5’5″/175. stringy “rocker” cut. leather. imagine how MANY times he has approached chicks over his lefetime with his “humor”. i would love to be nearby to hear the giggles and see the eye rolls as the girls can’t believe what they’re dealing with.

    now i’m starting to feel bad for him.

  • http://klas.com Klas Tjorborn

    Dr. Robert, did some research. This may be Beeecham’s email address:

    Dolphina96@aol.com

  • dr_robert

    pretty good blues jam though. not a bad little local jam band.

  • mcfadden20.

    Troll alert! Troll alert! Troll alert!

  • shutdown

    Dang, all this talk about a dirt infield makes me laugh. You’d think the dirt was concrete or something.

    All through the great years the Raiders played here, they had to deal with the extended basesball playoff season because those were the championship A’s years.

    Do you think Blanda, Lamonica, Stabler gave much thought to a dirt infield?

    Or Hubbard, Smith, Davis, Banaszak, Van Eeghen, etc? Heck, no. Same thing with with the receivers. Just play. They grew up in the sandlots and on grass that could hardly pass as grass.

    Doesn’t it make sense that a receiver knowing he was going to be running from grass to dirt would modify his cut a bit? These media people make such a big deal of stuff I think they actually get into the heads of the players.

    Just play.

  • RaiderSam

    The Beeech Dawg Says:
    September 24th, 2012 at 2:52 pm
    Nob Bust / GayBeeeecham, obviously I wax poetically about the legendary Beeech Lawg because he’s huge, spectacular, world famous and has almost reached a full foot in length!

    Gots to drop it like its hot, whut whut

    When you’re constantly scoring supermodel-style strippers who just happen to be completely wasted, it’s obviously more than just my amazing personality and rock hard 24-pack abs

    Although my special brand of Beeeech Dawg comedy has kept the babes and VIPs on my Reggae Party Boat entertained for years, heh heh heh

    Sorry minion, but that’s just how them Big Dawgs Bark, woof

    =======

    Yeah, that game was good.
    It was messed up how DHB got hurt.
    Yeah, I think the Denver game has great revenge factor being that Allen used to coach there.
    Damn, the 64 yard run was awesome.

    God, Raiders please WIN AGAIN, so this mothaf$%ker can change this wack routine ….