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Live chat during Raiders-Broncos game Sunday

NFL writer Steve Corkran will take questions and provide expert analysis as the Oakland Raiders take on the Denver Broncos, Sunday at 1 p.m.

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  • DKnight007

    Thec Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:31 am

    When guys are inured it does have an impact on what you can do schematically.

    Last year Hue lost Qb wr rb,nthat had a massive effect.

    ^^^^^^^
    Yep. People seem to not remember that when Hue was here and they wanted his head on a platter.

    Knapp sucks….period.

    Gotta hope Palmer reads the defense and call his own plays and runs the no huddle. Keep the play calling duties out of Knapps hands as much as possible.

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    It did appear to me, that the Raiders were at least throwing the ball to the sticks on 3rd down last week.

  • YoungAmerican

    KoolKell Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:24 am
    It would be nice to get Taiwan in the mix, see if he can pick up some chunks

    KoolKell Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:39 am

    It did appear to me, that the Raiders were at least throwing the ball to the sticks on 3rd down last week.

    Agreed on both counts.

  • http://raiders.com Sullivan44

    It isn’t open for debate.

    I live in Sacramento. I know people.

    Go Raiders, but we’re going down hard.

    Manning throws for 400 plus.

    Don’t talk to me. I’m better than you.

    Shut up and scroll on down the line retards.

  • morilla

    The D isn’t going to go into Denver and lay an egg. No way, DA won’t allow it. Allen is going back to his old team and showing them what’s up. Peyton isn’t going to have a field day. Bank on it.

  • Raiders for life

    Gotta hope Palmer reads the defense and call his own plays and runs the no huddle. Keep the play calling duties out of Knapps hands as much as possible.

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

    Wouldn’t someone with a normal job get their azz fired for that, I think it’s called insubordination.
    Not sure if that happens in the NFL or not.

  • YoungAmerican

    Thec Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:26 am

    Lets try that again.

    When Palmer calls an audible, what playbook does it come from?

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

    Haha word. People pretend that Palmer is making up plays on the spot.

    Scheme worked well in Pittsburgh. Let’s see if the Raiders can do it again. Interior line play still needs to improve. The receivers are going to have to deal with Champ Bailey and Tracy Porter, and they’re going to need to prove they can consistently separate.

    I expect the secondary to struggle again. Roethelisberger is a whole lot more mobile than Manning, so there’s a chance the Raiders will be a little more successful in terms of bringing pressure (especially if Carter is healthy/active). But because of Manning’s quick release, the Raider defense is going to have to make some plays in man coverage and disrupt the timing of the offense.

  • Bad News Dude

    Speaking of Sacramento, Mayor KJ has already reached out to the A’s who said ‘no thanks’. Does he reach out to the Raiders? A study done some time ago found Sacramento could support a football team.

  • lefty12

    151-you really don’t know a lot about football,do you?

  • http://raiders.com Sullivan44

    Leave me alone. I don’t care what any of you think.

    Know your role and keep it zipped.

  • DKnight007

    KoolKell Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:39 am

    It did appear to me, that the Raiders were at least throwing the ball to the sticks on 3rd down last week.

    ^^^^^^^^
    I noticed that as well. Palmer must have been working with his WR’s and maybe even Knapp was involved (but i doubt it) to make sure they ran their routes to the sticks and not 3 yards short.

  • RockyMountainRaider

    Tomorrow is the day to activate Pryor. Get a consistent run game going then once we get inside the 20 play action roll out, touchdown. Do them like Tebow did us

  • DKnight007

    YoungAmerican Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Thec Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:26 am

    Lets try that again.

    When Palmer calls an audible, what playbook does it come from?

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

    Haha word. People pretend that Palmer is making up plays on the spot.

    Scheme worked well in Pittsburgh. Let’s see if the Raiders can do it again. Interior line play still needs to improve. The receivers are going to have to deal with Champ Bailey and Tracy Porter, and they’re going to need to prove they can consistently separate.

    I expect the secondary to struggle again. Roethelisberger is a whole lot more mobile than Manning, so there’s a chance the Raiders will be a little more successful in terms of bringing pressure (especially if Carter is healthy/active). But because of Manning’s quick release, the Raider defense is going to have to make some plays in man coverage and disrupt the timing of the offense.

    ^^^^^^^^
    Palmer is not making up the plays. He is just checking out of Knapps chitty plays and calling the right plays from within the playbook or using some plays from last years playbook.

    More plays need to be ran through Palmer and Saunders and not Knapp. That’s for sure.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    Morilla, that’s wishful thinking and you know it. I don’t think this Raiders team’s good enough to stop Peyton Manning when his back’s against the wall. The whole world is watching Peyton. He’s looking at 1-3. Really, nobody’s watching Carson Palmer, other than Raider fans. Denver has so much more riding on this game than the Raiders do.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    I’ll tell you what. GENO SMITH keeps playing like this he is gonna win HEISMAN and will probaly be taken 1 or 2 overall.

    and if the Raiders have a decent season no way will they come close to being able to draft this guy.

    I read raider scouts also looking at DUKE qb.. and that other qb from Kansas State.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    Morilla, Manning has faced much better defenses in his career than this Raider defense, even when it’s playing well. He’s beaten New England when they were at their peak.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    also since teh raiders dont have a 2nd round pick.. I can see Reggie using his 1st round pick to get multiple picks.

    Bottom line is I dont see Geno smith being a Raider.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    Those of you who honestly think the Raiders are going to stuff Manning tomorrow are in for a rude awakening. Consider this an intervention. He’s going to have a career game tomorrow. He’s a good QB, he’s faced defenses that make ours look like a college defense, and tomorrow’s a make or break game for his legacy of being a great QB late in his career, a la Warner, Favre, etc.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    Peyton loses tomorrow, Denver’s 1-3 and he’s just about done. I don’t see him letting this Raider team do that. Not this team. We’re good, but not that good.

  • DKnight007

    Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:57 am

    Morilla, that’s wishful thinking and you know it. I don’t think this Raiders team’s good enough to stop Peyton Manning when his back’s against the wall. The whole world is watching Peyton. He’s looking at 1-3. Really, nobody’s watching Carson Palmer, other than Raider fans. Denver has so much more riding on this game than the Raiders do.

    ^^^^^^^^
    Plus, look for the “real” chitty refs to help the leageus golden boy Manning as much as possible in this game to help him get a win.

    The fix is already in. The league and refs will make sure Manning and Broncos win this game at home.

  • DKnight007

    Did anyone else feel disgusted seeing the “real” refs take their caps off to the some of the crowd in Baltimore cheering for them on Thursday??

    What a joke that was!

  • Raiders for life

    I think Knapp’s play calling has been pretty good.
    Perfect example was the reverse from Reece to Jones, you gotta make those plays.
    Another the pass to DMAC in the red zone, Palmer waits like 2-3 hours to throw the fkn ball and DMAC forgets to catch it.
    The onside kick last week, Goodson has to catch the ball, he was right fkn there.

    Execution.

  • DKnight007

    Raiders for life Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    I think Knapp’s play calling has been pretty good.
    Perfect example was the reverse from Reece to Jones, you gotta make those plays.
    Another the pass to DMAC in the red zone, Palmer waits like 2-3 hours to throw the fkn ball and DMAC forgets to catch it.
    The onside kick last week, Goodson has to catch the ball, he was right fkn there.

    Execution.

    ^^^^^^^
    Ahh…the other typical OC excuse with bad play calling. Lack of execution. haha

  • YoungAmerican

    or using some plays from last years playbook.

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

    LOL. That’s seriously funny.

  • DJ Johnny

    172,

    I agree Palmer maybe waited a bit too long but if you’re DMAC, you gotta make that catch.

  • The Beeech Dawg

    YO YO HAVE NO FEAR DR BEEEECH DIGGITY IS HERE

    Brahs, sorry I wasn’t able to get down with some hella dope blogging yesterday

    My ocean smooth reggae band Rasta Ganja were hired to play a massive yacht party in Mission Bay

    Before we even got set up, I got a dope hummer from this totally stacked up-and-coming porn star, who’s name I cannot divulge because of the confidentiality agreement her manager asked me to sign

    But let me just tell all my Blog Brahs, the Beeech Lawg wanted to sign a long term lease and settle down inside her mouth

    HOLLA

    Gotta drop a duece, pound some champagne, then I’ll be back to shout out my homies

    WHUT WHUT IN THE BUTT

  • No Mas Diamante

    We will see the return of the run game tomorrow and the emergence of Tawain Jones.. Raiders control the clock and keep manning off the field. Raiders win this one kinda easily…

    27 – 17

  • YoungAmerican

    The point is – these are plays that are from Knapp’s playbook. Coaches expect good quarterbacks to trust their own judgement and make audibles – that’s how NFL offenses work.

    The fact that your hatred for Knapp is so blind that you refuse to give him any credit whatsoever for anything even remotely good that happens is laughable. It’s just lazy football analysis.

  • Raiders for life

    Duuuuhhhh, the onside kick wasn’t Knapps call, gotta take that one off the list. My bad.

  • http://raiders.com Sullivan44

    I talk, you listen. It’s really very simple.

    How you guys can’t grasp that concept is not surprising really.

  • PlunkforHOF

    Yeah MR, we got your prediction… We’ll see. In the meantime why don’t you get off of Alienhead’s nutsack and go pound sand up your ass?

    Dont bother responding

  • The Beeech Dawg

    Brahs, I used to think there’s NO WAY I’d nail Lady Gaga

    Shorty just seemed all pale and nasty, word

    But after seeing this shot, you KNOW the Beeech Lawg would hit that from behind

    Good chance she’d gargle the Beeech Balls also, just keepin it real

    http://www.radaronline.com/photos/image/192122/2012/09/gaga-posts-bikini-photos-twitter

  • Raider Riff

    Thec Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:26 am
    Lets try that again.

    When Palmer calls an audible, what playbook does it come from?

    —————-

    He is drawing up the plays in the sand, didnt you hear?

    DK is one of those guys that wants to be right so bad, he’d prefer Knapp falls on his face and our team loses. Winning a debate is more important to some here than the Raiders winning.

  • Raider Riff

    I see the retard patrol has shown up. Lots of trolls lurking.

    Time for me to bow out. See ya fellas tomorrow. Hopefully we can talk some intelligent football.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    I’m sorry Plunkett I’m passionate about my genius prognosis skills.

  • Raiders for life

    YoungAmerican Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 12:15 pm
    The point is – these are plays that are from Knapp’s playbook. Coaches expect good quarterbacks to trust their own judgement and make audibles – that’s how NFL offenses work.

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

    Exactly YA, when you have a QB that can read a defense at the LOS you let them adjust or change the play completely…..

    I can’t really imagine Palmer calling an audible at the line that goes “The play we did last year but haven’t practiced on 3″ hut hut

  • DJ Johnny

    I know this is off topic, but some of u have brought up Tyler Wilson of Ark. as a guy we should go after in the draft.

    Ark. comes into season ranked 8th in the polls. They lose to LA. Monroe in OT then get hammered by Alabama 52-0, then lose to frigging Rutgers big…then today they are getting shellacked by Texas AandM 50-10 right now.

    WOW!

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    Evidently Raider Riff doesn’t think a prediction of Manning playing a good game tomorrow because his career is on the line quantifies as “intelligent football talk”. Somebody’s in for a rude awakening tomorrow.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    Kool aid drinkers:

    This is not the game you want to go into thinking the Raiders are going to win 50-0.

    Hey, I predicted the Raiders to win last week, so don’t think I’m saying this just to hate. In fact, I predicted the Raiders to win by 3. Look it up. I’m fair!

    This is not the Raiders’ week. They’re up against one of the greatest QB’s in NFL history whose career is on the line.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    You only blame play calling if the plays aren’t there. Our plays have been there. Dropped passes, bad passes, etc. Not the playcalling.

  • http://www.GodIsImaginary.com RaiderDuck

    My Prediction for Tomorrow:

    Raiders 27, Broncos 24

    Carter has 2 1/2 sacks, Tollefson 1/2 and Manning has to hurry about a dozen throws.

  • http://www.raiderettes.com Sullivan44

    2003 was an example of bad play calling. The league was on to the Gannon-Rice WCO, and we just kept running it, right into a brick wall. No plays were there, ever. Just could not generate offense. That was poor playcalling. Today it’s just a culture of lazy football that the new management is changing.

  • morilla

    Sullivan44 Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 11:57 am
    Morilla, that’s wishful thinking and you know it. I don’t think this Raiders team’s good enough to stop Peyton Manning when his back’s against the wall. The whole world is watching Peyton. He’s looking at 1-3. Really, nobody’s watching Carson Palmer, other than Raider fans. Denver has so much more riding on this game than the Raiders do.
    ——-

    I know Sully, all I have is wishful thinking. I’m a Raider fan after all.

  • bigsnow81

    Sullivan44, just a tad bit condescending. You come into this the blog talking your sh!t about kool aid drinkers. You take this game way to seriously.I don’t care about your analysis of this team. Win or lose I don’t give a funk, because I am a grown man.

  • bigsnow81

    If you like winning, you most certainly are not a Raiders fan.

  • DKnight007

    YoungAmerican Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 12:15 pm

    The point is – these are plays that are from Knapp’s playbook. Coaches expect good quarterbacks to trust their own judgement and make audibles – that’s how NFL offenses work.

    The fact that your hatred for Knapp is so blind that you refuse to give him any credit whatsoever for anything even remotely good that happens is laughable. It’s just lazy football analysis.

    ^^^^^^^
    Brotha. Last week was all Palmer in the 2nd half checking OUT of Knapps play calls and running the no huddle and pretty much calling his own plays….yes from Knapps playbook.

    What Palmer was doing last week in the 2nd half looked eerily similar to what he was doing last year under Hue’s playbook.

    Like I said before. Lets hope we see Palmer continue to take more control of the offense for the rest of the season

  • Raiders for life

    @195

    ??????????

  • DKnight007

    Raiders for life Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    YoungAmerican Says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 12:15 pm
    The point is – these are plays that are from Knapp’s playbook. Coaches expect good quarterbacks to trust their own judgement and make audibles – that’s how NFL offenses work.

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

    Exactly YA, when you have a QB that can read a defense at the LOS you let them adjust or change the play completely…..

    I can’t really imagine Palmer calling an audible at the line that goes “The play we did last year but haven’t practiced on 3″ hut hut

    ^^^^^^^^
    Or Palmer calling plays in Knapps playbook that is completely under utilized or not utilized at all. haha

  • Thec

    Did the defenses yake the field im the wva bay game? 70-63….wow

  • Thec

    Want to see how Geno Torreta looks against a real d