Sorry to hear that.Draft day is almost upon us, and I've listened to a multitude of radio talk shows and I've watched various ESPN shows daily regarding the NFL Draft.
People love to assume don’t they? He MAY be right, but, then again, he may be wrong.the Raiders don't have a quarterback on their roster capable of winning.
Walter MAY be our answer.
Does this guy read his own print?!the offensive line did a horrible job of protecting Andrew Walter
Is it me or does anybody else find this ironic?
Newsflash for you Darrell… they have already stated (a month or so ago!) that he will not be dealt to the AFC West.There is a guy out there named Trent Green from Kansas City that wouldn't be a bad pick-up.
I've always liked Shell. I thought he should have gotten more than one year. A coach is only as good as his players, and trust me, there wasn't a lot of healthy talent, mentally or physically, on the roster last year. Heck, even John Madden couldn't have won with that team.
As I right this I’m in tears from laughing and disbelief. This article is not bad, it’s atrocious. Who doesn’t long for those days?! SHEEEZ! A player goes to have dinner with his wife somewhere and guy tries to start **** with him or something even worse.I long for the good ole' days when the Raiders were considered a blue-collar team and identified with the community. In the old days, players like Kenny Stabler, Phil Villapiano and John Vella would socialize with fans after the game, and maybe drink a beer or two.
See above.Davis tried to have a lot of the old Raiders around when they first returned from Los Angeles, and when one of the "old guard" told a player about the days of connecting with the fans after a game, the player just laughed and walked away. The former Raider just shook his head.
The modern player could care less about the fans. When is the last time you've seen a NFL player sign more than an autograph or two except when it was at a special team function? They think they are too good or don't want to take the time.
And you are supposed to be a journalist?!!!I'm not sure if the Raiders still do their Family Day in Napa.
It’s called investigative journalism, you know… what you're job title is all about? You should have the answer to this, would you like me to do your research for you?
I feel sorry for you! Really, this article is a travesty.I feel sorry for the fans.
C’mon Darrell! Get a clue, either know what you are doing or find something else to do with your life… seriously.C'mon Al get the Raiders back to the upper echelon. The fans of the Bay Area deserve it.
Thanks 40, I needed a reality check.