318

Son of Raiders D-line coach dies at age 4

Tyson Williams, the 4-year-old son of Raiders defensive line coach Terrell Williams, died Friday night at Oakland Children’s Hospital from a “sudden and unexpected illness,” according to a team release.
“We were all shocked by the news we received when we arrived in Baltimore,” Raiders coach Dennis Allen said in a statement. “Terrell and Tifini have been dealing with unimagineable tragedy this week, and our hearts go out to them. We’re all deeply saddened by the passing of Tyson, and our deepest sympathies go out to Terrell and his entire family.”

Tyson Williams, born Nov. 1, 2008, loved cartoons and helping care for his eight-month-old brother, Tahj, teaching his brother to clap before he passed away, according to the release.

Allen said the defensive staff would share the workload in Terrell Williams’ indefinite absence.

The team requests that condolences be sent to Williams at team headquarters at 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, CA, 94502.

  • Share/Bookmark

Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer

  • http://www.raiders.com Raider O

    What player on the roster that particpated in most offensive or defensive plays can you not say that about? There are 11 guys on defense that could’ve made more timely tackles, better reads diagnosing plays, got away from blocks faster, etc — any of which could have kept a TB score from happening. There are 10 others on offense that all could have done things better, like make a catch they didn’t, make a better read on a defender to get more open for Palmer, hold their blocks a little longer to buy him time, or for Gad’s sake, open a frickin hole so that they could have a running game and not have to throw 60+ times!

    It’s just a worthless statement to myopicaly focus on anyone player, especially that one player is arguably playing at a higher level than anyone else on the team right now!
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    Well said.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNoi_wwzbtQ Zymurge

    This is where we disagree.

    I believe Tom Brady can win 10 games with Boston College’s O-line.

    Colts were 2-14 last year, they can’t block, their defense isn’t very good, and they had a horrendous running game.

    6-3 and getting better every week.

    ======

    Did you watch the playoffs last year? If you can get to Brady, he becomes less than average. That whole offense is predicated on having more time in the pocket than any other team. That is what makes it so hard to cover Welker because he triple moves then runs all the way across the field to get open. When the OL wasn’t giving him his seconds, they tried switching to a quick passing game and looked weak.

    As for the Colts, it’s an interesting anecdote, but it’s missing one little thing: facts. After acquiring Luck, the Colts revamped their OL. 3 newly acquired starters from trade and free agency and one starter moving from tackle to guard. That’s an 80% change in OL, so maybe the credit shouldn’t go just to Luck.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNoi_wwzbtQ Zymurge

    In the world of Palmer support, let’s look at something. Instead of reading what the pundits say about Palmer and his habit of interceptions, what if we looked at him relative to his peers.

    If you look at ints per pass attempts, he is on the same pace as: Brees and Luck (rounded to the nearest tenth percent anyway) and doing better than names like: Romo, Vick, Eli, Dalton, Rivers, Cutler … you know, all those names you drafted higher in your fantasy leagues.

    He’s put the ball up more times than habitual throwers like Brady and Rodgers, yet without — and I hope we can all agree — nearly as good of a surrounding cast. And he’s done that without a painful number of picks based on his peers numbers.

    Now if you took away the three ints he tossed this year when Moore either ran the wrong option or slipped, and maybe the one where Ford gave up on a deep throw where he had the clear angle on the safety, Palmer would be sitting at the top of the class. Add the four TDs that have bounced out of his receiver’s hands this year, and then we’re also talk about him near the top in TDs.

    That last paragraph is not about excuses but just to illustrate that he’s done what he can do to deliver the ball to the right place at the right time with a lot of consistency. When his young WRs start making less mistakes, we can all only hope that Palmer can maintain this same high level of play so that we can see one of the best air games in Raiders history clicking.

  • dr_robert

    i’m excited to not only see what taiwan and reece can do but also to see if it makes any difference at all in the run game. if they get off, then we know the problem is dmc. if they don’t, then we know it’s the line.

    personally i think it’s both. the line hasn’t been opening holes, and dmc doesn’t seem very explosive. and he also seems to have no feel for waiting for the hole to open, and THEN exploding.

    i have a feeling taiwan and reece won’t be as antsy about it. taiwan is small and won’t wanna run into a wall. and he’s slippery, so he can burst thru a crease when he sees it.

    also, reece seems to run very well to seams, when he catches the ball. and he likely won’t blast into any walls either, since he’s not big on blocking.

    so, we might really see an improved run game, which would give us a serious chance in this game.

    i don’t think the ravens are nearly as good as their record. their defense sucks, and their offense, other than rice, is marginal.

  • dr_robert

    Zymurge Says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:42 pm
    In the world of Palmer support, let’s look at something. Instead of reading what the pundits say about Palmer and his habit of interceptions, what if we looked at him relative to his peers.

    If you look at ints per pass attempts, he is on the same pace as: Brees and Luck (rounded to the nearest tenth percent anyway) and doing better than names like: Romo, Vick, Eli, Dalton, Rivers, Cutler … you know, all those names you drafted higher in your fantasy leagues.

    He’s put the ball up more times than habitual throwers like Brady and Rodgers, yet without — and I hope we can all agree — nearly as good of a surrounding cast. And he’s done that without a painful number of picks based on his peers numbers.

    Now if you took away the three ints he tossed this year when Moore either ran the wrong option or slipped, and maybe the one where Ford gave up on a deep throw where he had the clear angle on the safety, Palmer would be sitting at the top of the class. Add the four TDs that have bounced out of his receiver’s hands this year, and then we’re also talk about him near the top in TDs.

    That last paragraph is not about excuses but just to illustrate that he’s done what he can do to deliver the ball to the right place at the right time with a lot of consistency. When his young WRs start making less mistakes, we can all only hope that Palmer can maintain this same high level of play so that we can see one of the best air games in Raiders history clicking.
    *************

    anyone who has watched the games, and understands football would agree, including me.

    our record-setting golden haired hero is doing great. he just needs the rest of the team to catch up.

  • mcfadden20.

    Zymurge Says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:18 pm
    Priesttj12 Says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 10:29 pm
    Ok what the hell does that have to do with what happened against TB I’m saying the game was there for the taking and he threw 2 bad picks………to argue that is sensless. I’m not saying he is the REASON we lost I’m saying he could’ve been the reason we WON!!

    ====

    What player on the roster that particpated in most offensive or defensive plays can you not say that about? There are 11 guys on defense that could’ve made more timely tackles, better reads diagnosing plays, got away from blocks faster, etc — any of which could have kept a TB score from happening. There are 10 others on offense that all could have done things better, like make a catch they didn’t, make a better read on a defender to get more open for Palmer, hold their blocks a little longer to buy him time, or for Gad’s sake, open a frickin hole so that they could have a running game and not have to throw 60+ times!

    It’s just a worthless statement to myopicaly focus on anyone player, especially that one player is arguably playing at a higher level than anyone else on the team right now!

    In the face of things like facts this whole argument looks much more personally agenda driven and much less football objective. I mean, if you wanted to rant on how Cooper Carlisle is getting routinely manhandled or how the DL disappears for whole series at a time and clamor for upgrades there, we’d all be hearin’ ya. Changing any of those is going to have a whole helluva lot more positive impact than changing out the well performing pieces first.

    ——-

    Awesome post, these guys play too much Madden for them to understand all that goes on the real football field

  • Super Dawg

    SUP GOOBS

    Just got a big lawg in video. U know the rest.

    GOOB SPLOOGE BRAHS

  • mcfadden20.

    he’s putting up nice #s with no legit #1 , I wouldn’t even call these guys #2 either , these guys are bunch of #3s and 4s and 5s and 1 guy who failed to make 53 roster for many teams over the last 2 years

  • mcfadden20.

    27-20 Raiders ..trying to fall asleep but the game won’t let me

  • DJ Johnny

    dr_robert Says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:45 pm
    Zymurge Says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:42 pm
    In the world of Palmer support, let’s look at something. Instead of reading what the pundits say about Palmer and his habit of interceptions, what if we looked at him relative to his peers.

    If you look at ints per pass attempts, he is on the same pace as: Brees and Luck (rounded to the nearest tenth percent anyway) and doing better than names like: Romo, Vick, Eli, Dalton, Rivers, Cutler … you know, all those names you drafted higher in your fantasy leagues.

    He’s put the ball up more times than habitual throwers like Brady and Rodgers, yet without — and I hope we can all agree — nearly as good of a surrounding cast. And he’s done that without a painful number of picks based on his peers numbers.

    Now if you took away the three ints he tossed this year when Moore either ran the wrong option or slipped, and maybe the one where Ford gave up on a deep throw where he had the clear angle on the safety, Palmer would be sitting at the top of the class. Add the four TDs that have bounced out of his receiver’s hands this year, and then we’re also talk about him near the top in TDs.

    That last paragraph is not about excuses but just to illustrate that he’s done what he can do to deliver the ball to the right place at the right time with a lot of consistency. When his young WRs start making less mistakes, we can all only hope that Palmer can maintain this same high level of play so that we can see one of the best air games in Raiders history clicking.
    *************

    anyone who has watched the games, and understands football would agree, including me.

    our record-setting golden haired hero is doing great. he just needs the rest of the team to catch up.

    Yes. 110%.

  • mcfadden20.

    Maybe we will find our own Arian Foster with that practice squad guy, McFadden should be traded for whatever pick we can get for him next year, he will never b the same under any scheme , he’s just collecting checks along with Seymour,Kelly

  • mcfadden20.

    Des Bryant is our best interior Oline , let him start every game over, they should IR Seymour or use the same plan as they use fr McClain, Not sure if its lack of desire or talent has dropped or its the knee injury , if its the knee injury or talent have dropped off, use him as a part time only ,give him only 15-20 plays , but if its lack of desire ,put him on IR already ,give guys like Christo and Houston chance inside

  • dr_robert

    when we picked dmc, i didn’t like his body style and felt he could be a bust. he seemed to prove it for awhile. then he shocked the heck outta me and cuz of his crazy production, i had to shrug my shoulders and say “ok, he’s really good.” but now he seems to look much more like he did originally. i fear he was a bit of of a flash in the pan.

    regarding stewart, i’m intrigued. he was good enuff to be considered the starter at stanford going into his junior year. he scored a lot. seems like he could be the kind of guy who comes outta nowhere, just cuz he never stayed healthy at stanford and he was slept on. maybe wishful thinking.

  • mcfadden20.

    Kelly is still some what fine in my book, but he shouldn’t be brought back next year either , too much money for what were getting from him.. Next year Dline should look like this Bryant,Houston,Chriso Bilukidi, FA pickup/Draft guy

    DE.. should look like this Shaugnessy, Crawford, beast DE, through draft or FA , situation pass rusher DE/LB type

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 12:19 am
    when we picked dmc, i didn’t like his body style and felt he could be a bust. he seemed to prove it for awhile. then he shocked the heck outta me and cuz of his crazy production, i had to shrug my shoulders and say “ok, he’s really good.” but now he seems to look much more like he did originally. i fear he was a bit of of a flash in the pan.

    regarding stewart, i’m intrigued. he was good enuff to be considered the starter at stanford going into his junior year. he scored a lot. seems like he could be the kind of guy who comes outta nowhere, just cuz he never stayed healthy at stanford and he was slept on. maybe wishful thinking.

    —-
    I had doubts about the scheme before maybe it’s the scheme ,but DA n guy were right not trying to suit the scheme around IR prone guy, who’s not even giving 100% out there , going down too easily , running out on bounds 2 yards short of marker.. If we stick with this scheme I feel like we will find a some cheap RB that will fit these scheme just fine and we will, along with RT and C for this scheme , they should get rid of briesil too , and bring in cheap OL , who would be a great system fit .. And we will never look back … All the money saved by trading McFadden and letting go Briesel , would be useful to bring in guys at other positions like DE , WR or secondary

  • mcfadden20.

    if huffs Holds up at CB and Bartell stays healthy ,we can bring both guys back with Joselio as NB, only needing a FS and backups at both safety positions to improve on

  • mcfadden20.

    Wheeler should be brought back next year , if the guy isn’t asking too much money , Burris would take over the other outside spot , leaving on MLB spot to find a starter at after cutting/trading McLain

  • mcfadden20.

    WR unit should look like this #1 receiver through FA, Streater should take over #2 , Moore and DHB would be back ups , Criner, ford , another late round pick ,fight it out for the last 2 spots

  • dr_robert

    i think it’s safe to say kelly and seymour are history after this season. i like bryant. works hard. bilukidi may be very good. i think a pass rush end is our #1 priority in the draft.

    we need another LB. i would love manti teo but i think a pass rusher is most important. perhaps we could actually get a rush guy in the 2nd or 3rd. teo is a bad azz and he is a bigtime leader. he would take the defense to another level.

    corners will be a big deal too. rookies aren’t a great proposition for immediate success but bartell and huff could get us by for another year.

    bergstrom will slide in and wiz should move back to guard. i think they’ll probably keep brisiel even though he has been mediocre. that leaves center, and that could come thru free agency.

    so, i think we’ll see most of our picks come on the defensive side.

  • mcfadden20.

    Oline would look like this. VELDHEER -Wiz- Fa/drafted center , Briesel??? , and Bergstrom at RT -or FA/draft guy if he can’t keep up

  • dr_robert

    at wr, i like moore better than u do. i think he could be pretty good. at least a #2. not sure dhb will ever be a true starter. i think streeter and criner could develop. and ford will be back as a returner/slot guy, where he fits best. it likely won’t be a priority like the line and defense.

    if the o-line gets better, palmer can work with what he’s got well enuff.

  • dr_robert

    i think we see things about the same for the most part. refreshing to see someone who gets it.

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 12:36 am
    i think it’s safe to say kelly and seymour are history after this season. i like bryant. works hard. bilukidi may be very good. i think a pass rush end is our #1 priority in the draft.

    we need another LB. i would love manti teo but i think a pass rusher is most important. perhaps we could actually get a rush guy in the 2nd or 3rd. teo is a bad azz and he is a bigtime leader. he would take the defense to another level.

    corners will be a big deal too. rookies aren’t a great proposition for immediate success but bartell and huff could get us by for another year.

    bergstrom will slide in and wiz should move back to guard. i think they’ll probably keep brisiel even though he has been mediocre. that leaves center, and that could come thru free agency.

    so, i think we’ll see most of our picks come on the defensive side.

    —-

    If we have money , we should do these two things for sure ,, A legit #1 Receiver and A legit/beast DE with 1st rd pick or FA, those are two of the main weaknesses, I think finding guys at other positions should be easy

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 12:39 am
    i think we see things about the same for the most part. refreshing to see someone who gets it.


    because we don’t have an agenda against 1 player and refuse to look beyond that

  • mcfadden20.

    Here’s a list of positions we should look through FA because players at these positions take a long time to live upto there draft statuses

    1. #1 WR
    2. # 1 CB iif either or both huff and/or Bartell fail
    3. # 1 DE if fail to get 1 Fa ,use the first round pick to get one

    List of positions we should look for in draft

    1st should be used on a beast defensive end if we fail to get one through FA

    1. C,RG,RT
    2. MLB
    3. RB
    4. DT
    5. Secondary depth

  • dr_robert

    well a lot of guys on here just repeat stuff they’ve heard. i was saying since last year that mcclain was awful. a ton of guys kept telling me he was a beast. finally they start seeing it and opinion changes.

    and they fall in love with hype. a bunch of guys kept saying how they wanted bruce cammbell and then joe barksdale to be in th lineup and how crazy it was that they weren’t.

    right no, there are a bunch who think taiwan, reece, pryor, ausberry, criner are amazing and the coaches are idiots for not playing them more. they just don’t understand taiwan is small, not a good blocker, and inconsistent according to DA. reece is a bit of a one-trick pony. he was a wr in college and despite his size, plays like one still. pryor has great measurables and desire but is nowhere close to being ready. ausberry could end up being legit but he’s still only in year two of learning how to be a te. his blocking is not up to par yet. criner is like most rookie wr’s. well behind in learning the complete job of his position.

    the nfl is hard, and coaches want a lot more than a flash here or there.

  • mcfadden20.

    9 till the game, still can’t sleep

  • dr_robert

    here’s my wish list:

    thru draft:
    mlb
    pass rush end/lb
    cb
    rb
    dt

    thru FA:
    pass rush end/lb
    c
    wr
    dt

  • dr_robert

    i still think every game left on the sked is winnable. the raiders have shown they can beat the steelers and should have beaten the falcons. tomorrow’s game seems more winnable than last week’s.

    the ravens aren’t as good as their record to me. and the bucs are red hot.

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 12:56 am
    well a lot of guys on here just repeat stuff they’ve heard. i was saying since last year that mcclain was awful. a ton of guys kept telling me he was a beast. finally they start seeing it and opinion changes.

    and they fall in love with hype. a bunch of guys kept saying how they wanted bruce cammbell and then joe barksdale to be in th lineup and how crazy it was that they weren’t.

    right no, there are a bunch who think taiwan, reece, pryor, ausberry, criner are amazing and the coaches are idiots for not playing them more. they just don’t understand taiwan is small, not a good blocker, and inconsistent according to DA. reece is a bit of a one-trick pony. he was a wr in college and despite his size, plays like one still. pryor has great measurables and desire but is nowhere close to being ready. ausberry could end up being legit but he’s still only in year two of learning how to be a te. his blocking is not up to par yet. criner is like most rookie wr’s. well behind in learning the complete job of his position.

    the nfl is hard, and coaches want a lot more than a flash here or there.

    Exactly rem all the noise , DVD was making in training camp, coaching wanted that on tape in actual games , and the guy got abused by 2nd -3rd stringers in pre-season, which is why he’s not here , rem when people went wild over TP run and the pass to J -Criner for long TD , they neglected his other weaknesses, which is why he’s inactive , Taiwan and Ford are just guys made for special teams , Ausberry is not ready , bergstrom is not ready either but kinda coaches fault on that 1 , being asked to learn 4 different positions can’t be easy for the first time in the NFL

  • http://ggeden.blogspot.com/ GG

    Realistically, Jeremy Stewart is active for special teams duty. Can’t see him getting more than 1 or 2 carries. Only way I see him getting a look is if Jones has a nervous shocker, fumbling, and/or can’t get going at all, like 5 carries for 8 yards, and they just decide to give Stewart a few carries to see if he can do anything.

    I am also a bit unsure if Knapp/DA will even give Jones any carries. Last week, when both backs were out, Jones still only got 1 carry, which doesn’t give anyone confidence that they can trust him.

    And reading Knapp’s interview…even if it was about 4 days ago….he didn’t seem enamored with the idea of Jones featuring, using the words “if he even gets any snaps” or something. While when talking of Reece used the word “confidently” about the coaches relying on him to carry the ball.

    Still, I hope Taiwan explodes. I really like him.

  • sirblitzalot

    The colts took a dive last year to get Luck, so don’t give him too much credit! Luck made the defense better and the O-line, I guess? He does behave like a “winner” and “finishes’ when he is supposed to.

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 1:01 am
    i still think every game left on the sked is winnable. the raiders have shown they can beat the steelers and should have beaten the falcons. tomorrow’s game seems more winnable than last week’s.

    the ravens aren’t as good as their record to me. and the bucs are red hot.

    —-

    TB was a winable game too, I don’t think our run D is that bad , it’s the pass O in concerned about.

    So I will give the D some pass for this reasons

    1. Bryant was out in 2nd half when they got abuse on the ground
    2. Seymour is not over his injury/ he will be out ,which should be plus
    3. Rest factor 1. TB was fresh coming off 10 days rest 2. We came into the game after we 2 straight games against teams coming of a bye week

  • mcfadden20.

    Sirblitzalot Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 1:08 am
    The colts took a dive last year to get Luck, so don’t give him too much credit! Luck made the defense better and the O-line, I guess? He does behave like a “winner” and “finishes’ when he is supposed to.

    Colts weren’t that bad last year , imagine playing with a 3rd stringer who never prepared for the games after sitting behind Peyton for years , with an average back up they could have pulled 4-5 more wins then they got lost year , but the guy was more like a 3rd stringer/ CFL Qb

  • mcfadden20.

    Post #283 ,I meant pass D I’m concerned about

  • mcfadden20.

    GG Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 1:04 am
    Realistically, Jeremy Stewart is active for special teams duty. Can’t see him getting more than 1 or 2 carries. Only way I see him getting a look is if Jones has a nervous shocker, fumbling, and/or can’t get going at all, like 5 carries for 8 yards, and they just decide to give Stewart a few carries to see if he can do anything.

    I am also a bit unsure if Knapp/DA will even give Jones any carries. Last week, when both backs were out, Jones still only got 1 carry, which doesn’t give anyone confidence that they can trust him.

    And reading Knapp’s interview…even if it was about 4 days ago….he didn’t seem enamored with the idea of Jones featuring, using the words “if he even gets any snaps” or something. While when talking of Reece used the word “confidently” about the coaches relying on him to carry the ball.

    Still, I hope Taiwan explodes. I really like him.

    –//
    I think that guy will be given the same opportunities In Offense, they will most likely IR both McFadden and Goodson pretty soon

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 12:59 am
    here’s my wish list:

    thru draft:
    mlb
    pass rush end/lb
    cb
    rb
    dt

    thru FA:
    pass rush end/lb
    c
    wr
    dt


    Agree with you for the most part but why did you leave out RG and RT, do you think we will be set at those positions ? Who do you realistically see that will take over the RT position on this team ?

  • dr_robert

    i think the o-line will be veldheer–wiz–?–briesiel–bergstrom.

    i haven’t been impressed w/ brisiel but he’s knapp’s boy. supposedly was solid in zbs.

  • mcfadden20.

    27-20 .. I hate game days .. Can never sleep lol

  • dr_robert

    at rb, last week they basically abandoned the run when goodson was hurt. DA hates fumblers and i think he hates the idea of leaning on taiwan. he’ll get a shot. but he’ll have a short leash. stewart won’t get in unless they have no choice.

    re: dmc and goodson, high ankle sprains are usually a few weeks. say 4. at that point we’ll know all we need to know about the season and the rb’s.

    just based on dmc’s history, i am skeptical about his return. goodson showed his toughness in preseason when he suffered the neck injury. i suspect he’ll be back quicker. i like him too. he’s fast and he’s built better than jones or dmc. more of a classic rb body. would love to see what he could do with a few games of 20+ carries. he was pretty good in carolina when williams/stewart were hurt.

  • dr_robert

    i think 27-20 too. great minds think alike!

  • http://ggeden.blogspot.com/ GG

    #286…

    I hope they do IR them.

    McFadden is no use to us if he’s out 4-6 weeks minimum, or longer like last year ended up, never ready, always maybe next week.

    Goodson, he’s useful on STs as well. An okay RB. But not one particularly excited in having or not.

  • mcfadden20.

    Texans have a rookie C starting at RG, he has rotated with 4 year veteran Antoine Caldwell , they have a 2nd year guy D Newton starting at Rt and he rotates every 3 or 4 th series with Ryan Harris , they let go Briesel (RG) Winston (RT)
    Have young players starting at both positions and rotating with other guys and haven’t missed a beat, maybe we should do that ? give bergstrom chance at RG , RT
    , give wiz chance at LG , try CC at RG , Parsons at C, can’t be worse than they already are

  • mcfadden20.

    Dr_robert Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 1:44 am
    at rb, last week they basically abandoned the run when goodson was hurt. DA hates fumblers and i think he hates the idea of leaning on taiwan. he’ll get a shot. but he’ll have a short leash. stewart won’t get in unless they have no choice.

    re: dmc and goodson, high ankle sprains are usually a few weeks. say 4. at that point we’ll know all we need to know about the season and the rb’s.

    just based on dmc’s history, i am skeptical about his return. goodson showed his toughness in preseason when he suffered the neck injury. i suspect he’ll be back quicker. i like him too. he’s fast and he’s built better than jones or dmc. more of a classic rb body. would love to see what he could do with a few games of 20+ carries. he was pretty good in carolina when williams/stewart were hurt.


    Knock on Goodson was he fumble too much, he have def managed to hold onto the ball in limited time, and looked way better than McFadden behind this line when given the chance, so just IR McFadden ,Goodson should be back before him, then use all 3 Rbs in games

  • mcfadden20.

    GG Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 1:45 am
    #286…

    I hope they do IR them.

    McFadden is no use to us if he’s out 4-6 weeks minimum, or longer like last year ended up, never ready, always maybe next week.

    Goodson, he’s useful on STs as well. An okay RB. But not one particularly excited in having or not.

    Not too excited about him either but he have done some good things in limited playing time, so wouldn’t mind taking a hard look at him and find out if we have a Rb on roster already or find one through draft next year

  • fangsraiders
  • mcfadden20.

    F*^^*k off fangs ,you f7kin pos, talk about Raiders or take your crap somewhere else, nobody cares about your stupid posts you idiot

  • http://ggeden.blogspot.com/ GG

    What’s odd is that Taiwan has only fumbled the ball once at Oakland, and that was last week, on a fake punt.

    Yet there’s that label of him being a fumbler.

    Meanwhile…

    McFadden has fumbled 14 times in his 5 years here, including 3, 5, and 4 in his first three seasons.

    Goodson has fumbled 5 times in four years (2011 he didnt get any carries).

    Maybe Taiwan fumbles every now and then in practice, but that doesn’t mean too much come game day. I mean, either McFadden has also fumbled a lot in practice but that never stopped any coach starting him each week, or, he has seldom fumbled in practice but come live games he still coughs it up, meaning can’t take too much stock from practice.

  • fangsraiders

    Mcfadden20. Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 2:20 am
    F*^^*k off fangs ,you f7kin pos, talk about Raiders or take your crap somewhere else, nobody cares about your stupid posts you idiot ====== pathetic baboon worshipper

  • mcfadden20.

    Fangsraiders Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 2:26 am
    Mcfadden20. Says:
    November 11th, 2012 at 2:20 am
    F*^^*k off fangs ,you f7kin pos, talk about Raiders or take your crap somewhere else, nobody cares about your stupid posts you idiot ====== pathetic baboon worshipper

    –////
    Have you looked at yourself in the mirror lately? Ask your self if this is what your mom gave you birth for? If anyone who should have been aborted ,it should have been you