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    Well it's obvious now and last night's game proves it. Campbell/Bush were the answers

    We should have never have traded those guys. What were we thinking?

    Campbell 14-22, 107 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs.

    Bush 5 rushes for 9 yards. 1 reception for 18 yards.


    For the record, I love both of those guys and what they did for us while they were here. I just think it's silly that some here keep hanging on to the memories of them like they were the second coming of Kenny Stabler and Marcus Allen.

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    Gonna be some good carnage in this one.
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    you can't find one post by me saying I have Knapp's back.
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    and then you had Josh McCown warming up when Campbell looked hurt.

    That Cutler guy must be pretty good.

    That is the same Cutler we could have drafted, instead taking Michael Huff. We didn't need a QB because we had Brooks and Walter at the time.

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    Dead Money / Buyouts

    Kamerion Wimbley DE 6,500,000
    Stanford Routt CB 5,000,000
    Kevin Boss TE 4,250,000
    John Henderson DT 2,250,000
    Hiram Eugene S 1,225,000
    Chris Johnson CB 1,000,000
    Cooper Carlisle G 600,000
    Daniel Loper T 300,000
    Bruce Campbell T 261,250
    DeMarcus Van Dyke CB 147,844
    Joe Barksdale T 134,950
    Louis Murphy WR 112,000
    Chimdi Chekwa CB 111,300 -Practice Squad

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    Quote Originally Posted by coleer View Post
    Dead Money / Buyouts

    Kamerion Wimbley DE 6,500,000
    Stanford Routt CB 5,000,000
    Kevin Boss TE 4,250,000
    John Henderson DT 2,250,000
    Hiram Eugene S 1,225,000
    Chris Johnson CB 1,000,000
    Cooper Carlisle G 600,000
    Daniel Loper T 300,000
    Bruce Campbell T 261,250
    DeMarcus Van Dyke CB 147,844
    Joe Barksdale T 134,950
    Louis Murphy WR 112,000
    Chimdi Chekwa CB 111,300 -Practice Squad
    Its going to do us no good if we replace these stiffs with more stiffs

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    I didn't watch the game but the highlights show the importance of dominating at the line of scrimmage. Campbell was forced into nervous/checkdown/bad decision mode.

    Hopefully our upcoming drafts will be about building strong lines on both O & D. Skill positions are fine for now. We definitely upgraded QB with Palmer. Bush has good skills but Reese is probably an overall upgrade, now that he's sort of proven himself as RB/FB and our receivers are decent and should get better.
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    Hah... Love it. Nothing personal, but I was happy to see Campbell go for the reasons we saw last night. Check-down king.

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    Look at all the money we are wasting this year.

    I did like Bush and think he could be of some help with all the injuries we have had at RB. However, I wonder how much of his success last year was because of the scheme we had. He might have been just as bad as Mcfadden has been running behind that ZBS.

    Also why is Taiwan Jones listed and #3 on the depth chart and he doesn't play? If he fumbles a lot and they don't want to play him why have him on the team and active every week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coleer View Post
    Look at all the money we are wasting this year.

    I did like Bush and think he could be of some help with all the injuries we have had at RB. However, I wonder how much of his success last year was because of the scheme we had. He might have been just as bad as Mcfadden has been running behind that ZBS.

    Also why is Taiwan Jones listed and #3 on the depth chart and he doesn't play? If he fumbles a lot and they don't want to play him why have him on the team and active every week?
    Goodson and Reece are averaging 6.5 and 4.6 a carry...
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    You know Clappy had his popcorn ready last night.

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    Goodson and Reece are doing a good job but its tool late for this year. If they keep it up do you start Mcfadden when he is back? Also what about next year? Do you keep an injury prone RB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangebrew View Post
    We should have never have traded those guys. What were we thinking?

    Campbell 14-22, 107 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs.

    Bush 5 rushes for 9 yards. 1 reception for 18 yards.


    For the record, I love both of those guys and what they did for us while they were here. I just think it's silly that some here keep hanging on to the memories of them like they were the second coming of Kenny Stabler and Marcus Allen.
    The best part is we didn't even trade them. I don't understand the posts exclaming they should have been kept. We simply didn't have the money for Bush, and Campbell wanted to be a starter. No way were we going to not start Palmer after what Hue gave up for him.
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    I was hoping to see Campbell have a good game last night. But no one would have succeeded against the 9'ers D behind the Bears 0-line last night. That wasn't a football game, that was a feeding frenzy. The SF defensive players were in the backfield by the time Campbell finished his third step of a 3 step drop.

    And why in the hell would Raider fans harbor resentment against Jason Campbell? The guy did well for us. Look at the record. And if the guy hadn't of gotten injured we probably go 10-6 and win the divison. Sh!t on that all you want but it's better than 8-8 and certainly better than whatever steaming pile of turds this team's record is going to turn out to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorcue View Post
    Hah... Love it. Nothing personal, but I was happy to see Campbell go for the reasons we saw last night. Check-down king.
    Not defending Campbell cause we all know what he is, but last night was the result of a superior defense dominating a below average o-line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangebrew View Post
    We should have never have traded those guys. What were we thinking?

    Campbell 14-22, 107 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs.

    Bush 5 rushes for 9 yards. 1 reception for 18 yards.


    For the record, I love both of those guys and what they did for us while they were here. I just think it's silly that some here keep hanging on to the memories of them like they were the second coming of Kenny Stabler and Marcus Allen.
    The only thing obvious is that the Oakland Raiders suck and the Chicargo Bears have a good shot to make the playoffs.
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