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  • RaiderDebo

    Harbaugh is quickly becoming my favorite coach in the NFL. Saying everything I was thinking during the game yesterday.


  • the famous dr robert

    @JoshDubowAP: Also from @PFF: Pryor 1-7 41 yds and 2 INTs on pases 20+ yds in air; 18-22 176 and TD on shorter balls #Raiders
    Dink and dunk combined with EZ picks.

    And the Palmer/Flynn haters LOVE him.


  • jesusraiderjim

    RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit Says:
    September 9th, 2013 at 12:33 pm
    Right now McGloin would be fine handling FG’s.. start him off with that right now. Let him get the feel of the game


    he has the added bonus of putting his uniform on as little as a week ago too, so there’s that!

  • Gdog

    alex7 Says:
    September 9th, 2013 at 1:45 pm

    Gdog, Texas

    So if the OC calls a pocket pass, say, 3 plays before that 1st and goal, that’s ok?

    Not sure what difference it makes if you throw an INT 3 plays before that 1st down, or on that first down. Either way it kills the drive.

    Point being, a QB must be able to deliver a freakin’ POCKET PASS at any point, based on what the D tendency is for THAT DOWN.


    I’d rather win the game.

    Move the pocket at least.

    Mathis was happy he had a nice stationary target to pummel to end the game.

    You honestly don’t think if they swung Pryor out four times from the nine he wouldn’t score a TD with 1:13 left?

    Win the game… work on his stationary pocket throwing some other time please Olson.

  • Derek

    The Raiders have a surplus of TE’s. They need to cut one (probably Mustard) and sign Micheal Turner or McGahee. DMac may in fact be done. He can’t seem to break tackles or find holes. McGahee played with Tebow in Denver and thrived while playing in that unconventional offense. Turner is simply a very solid RB who can still break away at times.

  • Derek

    Signing Vince Young as the primary back-up to TP would also be wise. Having a back-up like that would make the transition easier in the event TP ever goes down. Flynn and McGloin cannot play or thrive in an offense designed for Pryor. TP is our best player and the new face of the franchise. Management must be wise enough to build around TP. Mix-matched pieces do not work.