RAIDERS!!!!

I don’t really have any analysis on the game, since I was busy putting up Christmas lights at my parents’ house, but what a win for the Silver and Black today! I really didn’t see much hope for the Raiders to sweep the season series against a San Diego team that hadn’t lost in December since Philip Rivers became the most maligned player in the NFL, so I didn’t go out of my way to catch. I’ve wasted too many Sundays watching games like the ones against Miami and Pittsburgh. A December showdown AT San Diego didn’t really seem like one worth catching. But alas, the GOOD Raiders showed up once again and dominated the Chargers en route to a 4-0 division record – for the first time since 1990, which could prove huge with Kansas City leading the way just two games ahead. The two teams still have a matchup looming on the schedule. All I know is, being in the hunt at 6-6 this late in the season may be the best thing going for an Oakland fan these days. Even if they end 6-10, you can’t take away the fact that they won both games against the team that had won the division for the last I-don’t-know-how-many years.

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7 responses to “RAIDERS!!!!

  • tophatal

    mceezy


    I think that this Chargers’ loss has all but put a nail in their coffin in terms of their postseason ambitions and may well have given the Raiders an outside chance of making the playoffs . The remainder of their schedule remains an intriguing one and is certainly achievable in terms of that goal .

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  • chappy81

    It was a great win! I can’t believe they did it. The whole game I kept waiting for the gazillion penalties to catch up to them, but they never really hurt! I wish they could figure out how to play like they did this weekend every week. Cable had balls early going fo 4th downs often, maybe that will be our strategy going forward!

    Can’t wait to see the christmas light spectacular!

  • Chris Humpherys

    Well, I’m out of my eliminator pool but a good win for the Raiders.

    What will it take for guys like Norv Turner and Marvin Lewis to follow in the footsteps of Wade Phillips, Brad Childress and Josh McDaniels?

  • Ravenation, L.L.C. of North America

    The Raiders have made a great stride this year. I like how they have balanced (although not completely) the offense a little bit more and allowed their defense to show some bullish properties.

    Meehan

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