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Coach Allen, staff poring over everything during bye week

Most NFL coaches prefer their bye week fall somewhere near the middle of the season. Raiders coach Dennis Allen said his team’s bye week comes at an ideal time, given there’s so much work to do.
Allen said he and his coaching staff will spend an inordinate amount of time breaking down videotape from the first four games in an attempt to find answers as to why the Raiders started this season 1-3.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do,” Allen said Monday, one day after the Raiders lost to the Denver Broncos 37-6. “We’ve got a lot of areas that we’ve got to improve on. This bye week comes at a good time for us, gives us a chance as coaches to look at and evaluate what we’re doing, who we’re doing it with and come up with solutions that can help us get better and help us win some games.”
Specifically, Allen and his staff need to find out why the Raiders are getting outplayed in the second half, why the defense is allowing more than 31 points per game, why the run game is last in the league and how the Raiders can jump-start things for the final 12 games.
This isn’t what Allen hoped to be doing during the bye week. Yet, he said, he is confident that he and his staff can get things turned around before their next game, Oct. 14 against the Atlanta Falcons.
“We’re not going to stick our head in the sand,” Allen said. “We’re going to evaluate everything and see what things we need to improve on and where we can get better, and there’s a lot of things that go into that. We’re going to go from A to Z. We got a lot of getting better to do.”
Free safety Michael Huff was one of many that felt as if the Raiders possessed a top-five defense entering the season.
Watching video tape of the Raiders games, Huff said the most frustrating thing is, he and his defensive mates oftentimes are in position to make plays. Many times, the plays they aren’t making are the kind that has the potential to change the complexion of games.
“Plays are there to be made, but we just don’t make them when it’s time to make them … ,” Huff said. “We see what we can be. We’re still one play here, one play there. It’s there to be had. We just got to make the plays.”
Veteran defensive tackle Richard Seymour sees a Raiders team that is on the verge. The key is, staying the course, paying attention to detail and being accountable.
“We got a week to think about it,” Seymour said, “but anytime you play a game like that, you definitely want to get back on the field and get it going again. We have some work that needs to be done. If you’re a competitor, you accept that challenge. I feel like we’re headed in the right direction.”
Running back Darren McFadden said he isn’t worried about the Raiders ineffectiveness running the ball so far.
“It’s one of those things where you just got to keep running,” McFadden said. “With the zone scheme, it’s going to hit here and there, but you just have to keep running. Stick with it and keep pounding the ball.”

– Right offensive tackle Khalif Barnes underwent a surgical “procedure” 10 days ago in an attempt to expedite the healing of his groin injury, Allen said.
Barnes suffered his injury against the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 16. He missed the past two games. He is week-to-week for now, Allen said.

– Injured starting cornerback Shawntae Spencer still needs a protective boot on his right foot, Allen said.
Allen said he won’t be able to gauge Spencer’s status until Spencer sheds the boot. He has missed the past two games, as well.

– Allen said he is “hopeful” of getting back starting wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey from a concussion in time for the Falcons game.
Heyward-Bey got hurt against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 23 as a result of a helmet-to-helmet hit by Steelers safety Ryan Mundy.
He was hospitalized overnight and has not practiced since the injury. He also suffered a strained neck.

– The official stat book from Sunday’s game against the Broncos credited the Raiders with no hits on quarterback Peyton Manning.
The Raiders review of the video from the game showed their defenders actually hit Manning nine times.

– The Raiders are 28th in defense at an average of 411.5 yards and 31.2 points per game. They are 22nd against the run at an average of 128.5 yards.

— The Raiders are last (32nd) in the league in rushing at an average of 60.8 yards per game. They were seventh last season and second in 2010.

– The Raiders lost the first game coming off a bye each of the past nine seasons. They lost those games by an average of 14 points
Up next: a game against the undefeated Atlanta Falcons, the sexy pick as the team most likely to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.

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  • Marks hair

    2 yrs of solid rushing reduced to this.. putrid. Last yr we could score and cp3 didnt even know the playbook.. now he knows it. The ints are down but the offense is worse.. cant run or pass

  • ArmChair GM

    Marks hair Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:15 am

    768. Great post.. some of these guys just dont get it.
    _______________________________________________________

    Thanks Mark’s Hair. And what’s worse is not only do these guys not get it, they refuse to even address the simple logic of it.

    What was The Niners record under Singletary’s two year as Head Coach??? It was 8-8 and 6-10!!!! Clearly worse than our back to back 8-8 records.

    But they were still smart enough to keep the scheme and defensive principles that worked under Singletary.

    Harbaugh didn’t say, “Singletary had a losing record with the Niners so we’re gonna switch up the defense to a 4-3″

    Why Allen didn’t follow a similar principle here with the offense is beyond bewildering to me.

    That’s why I say that the ONLY thing that makes since is misguided cronyism and nepotism. Knapp and Allen are personal friends, and Knapp must have somehow sold Allen on scrapping the ENTIRE offense of the previous 2 years and trying to implement an entirely new offense even though we had almost no draft picks and almost all players were carry overs from the previous scheme!

    It’s the only thing that can even begin to explain what is going on right now because it makes ZERO SENSE!

  • ddwight

    800.SilverNBlackPA Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:24 am
    ArmChair, you are alarmingly stupid.

    -I don’t care how good McFadden is when healthy, the point is that he’s injury prone and that’s a dubious anchor for any offense.

    -Good for a backup, sure, but the point remains: he wore down as the season went on and, again, that’s not any real part of a “solid foundation.”

    -Palmer is good, but, YET AGAIN, a 32 year old QB is not part of a foundation for building toward long term success.

    -Aging Carlisle, journeymen Barnes and Satele. Veldheer and Wiz were the only young guys who have a long future in the league. When 3 out of 5 of your offensive linemen are old and/or stopgaps, the unit as a whole can’t be considered part of a foundation for success. Veldheer & Wiz? yes. The whole o-line? No.

    -Why are we talking about the 49ers offense? This is about the Raiders. And the point remains: no #1 WR.

    I don’t know if it’s accidentally or willful ignorance on your part, but you’re missing my point: no part of the Raiders offense last year could be considered 1/10th as reliable as any part of the San Francisco defense could in terms of a foundation to build upon.

    And allow me to return to an earlier point as well…who cares how old Plunkett and Gannon were? They’re part of a bygone era. Like so many Raiders fans, you’re living in the past, pining for days that are long gone and will never, ever return and who ultimately don’t know sch!t from apple butter as the saying goes.

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    You say you dont support Knapp? Then what should the Raiders do? you have all the answers.

  • DJ Johnny

    Plunketthead,
    IMO Kiffin is a BAD GUY..period. What he did to Tennessee? Not only did he leave after saying he was gonna be there long term he had the gall to say he “left the program in better shape than when he got there”. THEN he proceeds to recruit away as many guys as he could away from the program and turned a perennial national contender into an sec bottom feeder for years…they are still trying to recover from ‘Hurricane Kiffin’.

    During an interview shortly after that famous Al presser he was asked specifically about some of the accusations Al made and he said ‘I don’t wanna get into that right now’. Alot of the stuff Al said about him was true and Kiffin knew it.

    Al just looked like the scumbag cuz of the way he addressed it publicly with the overhead and all that…which was embarrassing for Al no doubt, and all Raider fans. That was bad. Wish he hadn’t of done that.

  • SR Raider

    Hiring Knapp and switching to the ZBS was a huge mistake on Allen’s part. It’s just that simple

  • ddwight

    802.ArmChair GM Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:27 am
    Marks hair Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:15 am

    768. Great post.. some of these guys just dont get it.
    _______________________________________________________

    Thanks Mark’s Hair. And what’s worse is not only do these guys not get it, they refuse to even address the simple logic of it.

    What was The Niners record under Singletary’s two year as Head Coach??? It was 8-8 and 6-10!!!! Clearly worse than our back to back 8-8 records.

    But they were still smart enough to keep the scheme and defensive principles that worked under Singletary.

    Harbaugh didn’t say, “Singletary had a losing record with the Niners so we’re gonna switch up the defense to a 4-3″

    Why Allen didn’t follow a similar principle here with the offense is beyond bewildering to me.

    That’s why I say that the ONLY thing that makes since is misguided cronyism and nepotism. Knapp and Allen are personal friends, and Knapp must have somehow sold Allen on scrapping the ENTIRE offense of the previous 2 years and trying to implement an entirely new offense even though we had almost no draft picks and almost all players were carry overs from the previous scheme!

    It’s the only thing that can even begin to explain what is going on right now because it makes ZERO SENSE!

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    Another good post Armchair!

  • http://000 Bob Marley

    Out.

  • J Hill

    LOLOLOLOL

    Funny posts this morning.

    “Only Al Davis loyalist think we have talent on offense.”

    I wouldn’t call Kell an AL Davis loyalist, Sully!

  • Just Fire Baby

    You say you dont support Knapp? Then what should the Raiders do? you have all the answers.

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

    We have to hope it gets better throughout the year, and if not fire him at the end of the season.

    You don’t fire OC’s 4 games into the season, even if they deserve so. That’s how you end up with Steve Sarkiskian telling you “no thanks” to your coaching job.

    Knapp may be a bad hire, but you don’t overreact and act irrationale for the whole coaching fraternity to see.

    Two wrongs don’t make a right.

  • SilverNBlackPA

    You say you dont support Knapp? Then what should the Raiders do? you have all the answers.

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

    I don’t support Knapp, no. I wish him success obviously, but he’s a bad playcaller and a worse user of personnel.

    And I don’t have all the answers, nor do I claim to. I have some opinions, which I’m offering, which is what I thought the point of the comments here was.

    Frankly I’m not sure I see a lot of options for the Raiders to go better than 5-11 at this point.

    I said it the other day and I”ll say it agian: the disconnect here is between people who thought Hue Jackson’s offense was amazing and those who thought it was average.

    The Raiders offense is below average now, no doubt, but it’s also no great crime to want to replace an average offense and try something else, which is what Allen did. His solution isn’t working, but it wasn’t a bad thing to try.

    If the offnese doesn’t improve and Knapp comes back next year? I’ll be all over Allen’s case then.

  • ddwight

    808.J Hill Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:31 am
    LOLOLOLOL

    Funny posts this morning.

    “Only Al Davis loyalist think we have talent on offense.”

    I wouldn’t call Kell an AL Davis loyalist, Sully!

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    Oh Oh! Another Knapp Lover.

  • Marks hair

    An oc from the giants or suanders would have been my choice for oc.. knapp is the wrong guy all around.

  • SilverNBlackPA

    We have to hope it gets better throughout the year, and if not fire him at the end of the season.

    You don’t fire OC’s 4 games into the season, even if they deserve so. That’s how you end up with Steve Sarkiskian telling you “no thanks” to your coaching job.

    Knapp may be a bad hire, but you don’t overreact and act irrationale for the whole coaching fraternity to see.
    +++++++++++

    You’re on point today, JFB

  • Just Fire Baby

    Wish he hadn’t of done that.

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

    Not I.

    If you are going to roll out 30+ years of mostly crappy football, the least you can do to entertain me is blast your previous coach in historic fashion.

    That presser is maybe my #1 Raider highlight over the last 6-7 years.

  • SilverNBlackPA

    It’s been real, fellas, but I gotta go work for money now.

    Remember: it’s a marathon, not a sprint. And Knapp’s hiring might have been a mistake, but it doesn’t mean you should scrap DA. Peace out.

  • J Hill

    ArmChair,

    I don’t completely disagree with you, but I don’t believe a new scheme, or the old scheme is THE problem/solution.

    We needed a new C and RG at a minimum regardless of what we did.

    Needed at least 1 starting CB even if we kept Routt.

    Holes on the roster are glaring IMO.

    Knapp is not a good OC, but our roster is terrible.

  • ddwight

    810.SilverNBlackPA Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:32 am
    You say you dont support Knapp? Then what should the Raiders do? you have all the answers.

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

    I don’t support Knapp, no. I wish him success obviously, but he’s a bad playcaller and a worse user of personnel.

    And I don’t have all the answers, nor do I claim to. I have some opinions, which I’m offering, which is what I thought the point of the comments here was.

    Frankly I’m not sure I see a lot of options for the Raiders to go better than 5-11 at this point.

    I said it the other day and I”ll say it agian: the disconnect here is between people who thought Hue Jackson’s offense was amazing and those who thought it was average.

    The Raiders offense is below average now, no doubt, but it’s also no great crime to want to replace an average offense and try something else, which is what Allen did. His solution isn’t working, but it wasn’t a bad thing to try.

    If the offnese doesn’t improve and Knapp comes back next year? I’ll be all over Allen’s case then.

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    Got news for you if Knapp doesnt improve soon, they will relieve him of play-calling, BANK IT!!!

  • ArmChair GM

    Thanks Marley and Ddwight…

    The positive thing here(if anyone got to see the DA press conference) is that even he is starting to apparently wise up, contrary to the drivel of these guys like Raider Riff, Duck, SilverNBlack, Sullivan, blah, blah, blah.

    In the presser, Allen used words like “re-evaluating EVERYTHING from top to bottom including our schemes…”, “Taking their heads out of the sand…”, “Implementing systems that put our players in the best positions to succeed…”

    He was then asked specifically if that included the zone blocking scheme, and he answered “YES, we will be re-evaluating everything…”

    Allen is apparently not as confident in his own methods and schemes as several of these clowns on this blog. But why it took him a quarter of a season to finally figure out what we all clearly saw from the beginning is what is disturbing.

  • arj

    KNAPP’S FAULT

    Greg Knapp has a lot of good looking plays in his playbook, so in an interview for OC, he can look good.

    BUT…

    He does NOT know WHEN to call the plays! After a 3 and out on the first possession of the 2nd half, the Raider get the ball with the following plays called: 2 runs up the middle for 8 yard. On 3rd and 2, he decides to call a freakn SWEEP play off the tackle?? Result: 3 and out…again. Surprise surprise, the defense is now tired.

    He has no idea when to call which plays. We have no RHYTHM on offense, we don’t force the defense to stop anything except McFadden.

    KNAPP: Learn to exploit things, force the defense to stop something besides Mcfadden running/catching out of the backfield. If passes over the middle to Myers work, KEEP DOING IT until they are forced to defend it. We make 1 good play on a good pass, then go back to our bread and butter with Mcfadden. EXPLOIT what you are given and when the defense if forced to defend it, THEN go back to McFadden.

    COME ON!! This is pathetic! The only good plays we have had are the ones where Palmer calls an audible at the line. The deep ball to Moore, the long run against Pitt, were both Palmer calls at the line. The calls coming in are not creative and randomly picked at random times.

  • Marks hair

    The people that want to wait and see.. and “maybe” want knapp gone next yr baffle me.. why wait? Why?? He wont get better we’ve seen him suck for YEARS..

  • Just Fire Baby

    That deep ball to Moore was not an audible, he never even looked Moore’s way.

    Moore ran the play that was called in the huddle, I think Carson was barking out line calls to the O-line and a decoy symbol to the RB’s.

  • arj

    I don’t even believe any a problem with the zone blocking scheme. The problem is NOT the blocking scheme, its the SEQUENCE of play calling.

    There are a lot of good plays in the arsenal, they are just dialed up using a random play generator.

    Random play generators don’t establish a rhythm.

  • Just Fire Baby

    why wait? Why??

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

    Well, we have waited 10 years for a playoff game, you telling me we don’t got 10 games to see if Knapp can get things moving?

  • RaiderReggie

    AGAIN!!! The only thing DA had to do was keep the same offense from the past two years and fix the defense. He changed an offense that was not broken. This offense was ranked 5th and 7th the last two years. The defense was garbage. You don’t make changes when there is no reason to do so.

  • https://twitter.com/Albert_B_Paine Albert Bigelow Paine (Reggie Supporter)

    I was hoping we could Chuck Pagano as coach. I guess we dodged a bullet there.

  • ddwight

    818.ArmChair GM Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:35 am
    Thanks Marley and Ddwight…

    The positive thing here(if anyone got to see the DA press conference) is that even he is starting to apparently wise up, contrary to the drivel of these guys like Raider Riff, Duck, SilverNBlack, Sullivan, blah, blah, blah.

    In the presser, Allen used words like “re-evaluating EVERYTHING from top to bottom including our schemes…”, “Taking their heads out of the sand…”, “Implementing systems that put our players in the best positions to succeed…”

    He was then asked specifically if that included the zone blocking scheme, and he answered “YES, we will be re-evaluating everything…”

    Allen is apparently not as confident in his own methods and schemes as several of these clowns on this blog. But why it took him a quarter of a season to finally figure out what we all clearly saw from the beginning is what is disturbing.

    ————————————————————
    True, and as I and others were saying before the season started we knew that Knapp was a bad choice for OC (the past proved that). In fact some believed that the Defense like myself would make a big improvement, but that the Offense would take a step-back (but i could not envision a GIANT STEP BACK like this…thus the whole teams body language including the defense is suffering from such a poor offense…it has become demoralizing for the whole team.

  • https://twitter.com/Albert_B_Paine Albert Bigelow Paine (Reggie Supporter)

    Just Fire Baby Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:38 am
    That deep ball to Moore was not an audible, he never even looked Moore’s way.

    Moore ran the play that was called in the huddle, I think Carson was barking out line calls to the O-line and a decoy symbol to the RB’s.
    ———
    It looked like an audible. Moore had single coverage. I knew that Palmer was going to throw it to him before it was snapped.

  • Marks hair

    823… No… knapp is what he is.. a bad coach and poor playcaller.. this is his LAST oc job… da shouldnt just hire friends

  • Just Fire Baby

    thus the whole teams body language including the defense

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

    I think we have bad body language because we have lost 7 of our last 9 games, and have been blown off the field in 4 of the 9 games.

    Body-language wasn’t so hot down the stretch of last season either.

  • ArmChair GM

    J Hill Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:35 am

    ArmChair,

    I don’t completely disagree with you, but I don’t believe a new scheme, or the old scheme is THE problem/solution.

    We needed a new C and RG at a minimum regardless of what we did.

    Needed at least 1 starting CB even if we kept Routt.

    Holes on the roster are glaring IMO.

    Knapp is not a good OC, but our roster is terrible.
    ____________________________________________________

    J-Hill the major problem I see here is coaching. Do we have star players at every position…No! But essentially this SAME team, had success the last two seasons DESPITE injuries upon injuries last season.

    Coaching took a patchwork line of average players and made them a top 10 offensive line.

    The fact that 4 out of 5 starters on the o-line are the same as last year incriminate the coaching staff, more than anything else.

    Tom Cable, Bob Wylie, Al Saunders, and Hue Jackson had our offense improving and showing clear progress. In one quarter of a season Greg Knapp and Frank Pollack have managed to mire us in offensive ineptitude that we haven’t seen since the Bed and Breakfast era of Walsh and Shell.

  • AmysInCharge

    I hear ya Al Big,…I wish Big Dummy Reggie would catch a dose of what Pagano has. Prob solved.

  • Just Fire Baby

    How can it be an “audible” if he doesn’t give the audible to the guy he threw it too?

    Go re-watch it. He switches up the RB’s, barks at the RT, gives a hand signal to the other WR, and never even looks at Moore pre-snap.

    Maybe they have a fancy system of audibles that allows guys to change plays based on how the QB readjusts the RB’s, or one of those “if I don’t give you a signal” this play is on thing.

    Could be true I guess, seen crazier things in baseball with signals.

  • RaiderReggie

    Everytime the Raiders bring back a coach that previosly work for them it spelled disaster. Art Ahell, Greg Knapp and Chuck Bresnahan, They all failed or are failing the second time around.

  • Just Fire Baby

    But essentially this SAME team, had success the last two seasons DESPITE injuries upon injuries last season.

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

    And what, we haven’t had injuries this year?

    Not making excuses for this years team, because you CAN NEVER make injury excuses in the NFL.

    Injuries are part of the game, every team goes through it.

  • http://www.GodIsImaginary.com RaiderDuck

    AmysInCharge Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:47 am
    I hear ya Al Big,…I wish Big Dummy Reggie would catch a dose of what Pagano has. Prob solved.

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

    Wishing cancer on someone because you don’t approve of their job as GM? REALLY???

    You are a sick, disgusting human being.

  • AmysInCharge

    JON GRUDEN 2013….if that were to happen, the lid off The O would explode and the good times that were here ten years ago would return. Its like that. I will leave the DA and Knapp boring crap to you shut ins. I have spoken. You have listened.

  • Marks hair

    Its a league of parity.. our players arent all great but its rare to hear other players say we lose games because of a lack of talent.. at this level the coaches make the difference..

  • AmysInCharge

    Hey Duckie,..I couldnt care less about your opinion of me,..comprende?

  • No Mas Diamante

    AmysInCharge Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:47 am
    I hear ya Al Big,…I wish Big Dummy Reggie would catch a dose of what Pagano has. Prob solved.
    88888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888

    So you wish a horrible disease on him? Really. It’s cancer dude. You are and absolute freaking moron.

  • No Mas Diamante

    AmysInCharge Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:47 am
    I hear ya Al Big,…I wish Big Dummy Reggie would catch a dose of what Pagano has. Prob solved.
    777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777

    You’re the biggest idiot ever on the board. ever. hands down.

  • nyraider

    I am not a hue fan, but I really dislike Knapp . For some of you to minimize that last year we were 8-8 is unfair. IMO last year we were closer to 9-7 or 10-6 rather than 6-10. I still have nightmares of cj37 dropping that int in the end zone against buffalo or roslowdo leaving the middle wide open on 4th down. Or watching robusto trying to check calvin johnson.
    IMO i felt after 8 games we would be 4-4. we still have a shot at that , but its critical even behind the scenes for saunders to get more responsibilty. i wish knapp would be gone, but that wont happen until the season is over. in fact, im not sure reggie will fire him, reggie may just get rid of dmac and go after zbs runners like cedric benson. i dont even want to think about hearing the name knapp in 2013-14

  • ddwight

    829.Just Fire Baby Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:45 am
    thus the whole teams body language including the defense

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

    I think we have bad body language because we have lost 7 of our last 9 games, and have been blown off the field in 4 of the 9 games.

    Body-language wasn’t so hot down the stretch of last season either.

    ————————————————————–
    That was as a result of big plays being made agaisnt our defense, with Chuck Bresnahan poor schemes, putting LB’s on of all people MEGATRON!!! Do you remember that?? Huh? These re-hired coaches are killing us, if they didnt work the 1st time why would it work the 2nd time? Its like trying to make it with a former wife, why would any body think it would be better or change (no common sense)

  • AmysInCharge

    No Mas,..hope you catch a dose of it too. Word.

  • Marks hair

    I belive moore had an option route based on coverage.. all cp3 had to do was adjust the blocking.. moore and cp3 didnt need to speak

  • Thec

    SilverNBlackPA Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 6:11 am
    I don’t understand why this discussion is still being kicked around? What’s the point anyway?

    ++++++++++

    I agree to an extent. I only talk about it because people keep bringing up firing Hue Jackson like it was a mistake and pointing to his offense as some kind of NFL Gold Standard.

    +++++++++

    Hue did it with his starting QB, RB, and WR’s out.

    Those guys playing, yeah the O would have been the “gold standard”, or did you forget the injuries?????

  • AmysInCharge

    Actually,..I didnt go far enough,..the whole team needs a dose of whats ailin Pagano,…then Mark can just hire Bruce and Jon and start from scratch,..prob solved,…can I get an Amen?

  • http://www.GodIsImaginary.com RaiderDuck

    AmysInCharge Says:
    October 2nd, 2012 at 7:57 am
    No Mas,..hope you catch a dose of it too. Word.

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

    What do you bring to this board?

    What value do you bring to the world, for that matter?

    You obviously have no job.

    No family.

    No friends.

    You’re worthless.

    What purpose does your continued existence serve?

    Nobody would miss you if you were gone.

    Nobody would care.

  • Thec

    What up Amy? how ya doing Bruh???

  • bcz24

    Eh, AmysinCharge is clearly a troll… don’t let it fire ya up.

    So, to the college guys out there, anyone want to start breaking down QBs for me, or any other potential #1 overall picks? My ideal situation for next April (barring a miraculos turn around of course) is that we have the #1 pick, and we are able to trade back for a bounty of picks.

  • AmysInCharge

    The C!!…nuthin ese Im just giving these morning shut ins a hard time to go with their Starbucks. lol