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  1. #31
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    Re: Next week = slaughter



    I agree with ladyraven -- don't f*** with the football gods! And don't be overly confident about the game this Sunday.




  2. #32
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    Re: Next week = slaughter

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisQ
    4 sacks at halftime.

    And yeah, as long as McNair leaves San Diego on his own two feet, I'll consider it a victory.
    Good thing we play SD here!

    The Raiders have a grand total of....

    13 wins since their Super Bowl. That's it! And now they've got a QB in the Top 3 Stupidest running, an OL who can't stop a pass rush, and a defense who can't stop the run. Let us not forget Art Shell, who was a TERRIBLE coach his first time around.




  3. #33
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    Re: Next week = slaughter

    Haha glad its just me reading the schedule wrong. Good times




  4. #34

    Re: Next week = slaughter

    I just watched some highlights of last night's Raiders game, and WOW, is their OL bad! They could not protect Brooks at all. Our DL and LBs should really be looking forward to this game.

    And their defense -- the Chargers ran on 48 of 59 plays. I am not tempting the football gods, but this team is a mess. I actually feel sorry for Art Shell for having to preside over this train wreck. But of course, I do not feel sorry for Al Davis.

    I anticipate some of our backups seeing some fourth quarter playing time.




  5. #35
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    Re: Next week = slaughter

    Let us not forget Art Shell, who was a TERRIBLE coach his first time around.
    He was 54-39 and 2-3 in the playoffs. What was terrible?

    Man I hope the Ravens aren't over-looking this team like some of you guys are.

    Chuck Thompson: "You are never as good as you look when winning or as bad as you look when losing."

    We should handle them, but only if this team is focused and clicking on all cylinders. If not, look out.




  6. #36
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    Re: Next week = slaughter

    Hopefully the team isn't getting the big head as quickly as the fans seem to be. This team, in recent years, has had a severe tendancy to play down to it's opponents let's just hope they have overcome that trend. Remember Cleveland and Detroit last year??




  7. #37
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    Re: Next week = slaughter

    We will totally destroy the Raiders. It will be a total party at M &T Bank on Sunday. After watching the Raiders play last night it may just be another shut out. However back to back shut outs are very hard to come by.







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