Raiders Week 1: Ballers & Busters

Ballers: Nnamdi Asomugha Aso is the only defensive player you are going to see on this list. He shut down his side as he always does and when he came up to make a tackle, he didn’t miss. In fact that tackle of Jay Cutler was something the rest of the team should study. It […]

Raiders and Broncos key matchups

Despite their differences, the Raiders and Broncos have a lot in common. Both Qbs have something to prove, both teams are thin at receiver, both employ the zone blocking scheme, both teams boast a top notch secondary, and both teams struggled last year in stopping the run. However, the Broncos went into the draft with […]

The Not Necessarily Incorrect Sports News Vol. 5

– Tampa Bay Bucs receiver Joey Galloway has been out the entire preseason with an injury but hopes to play in the Bucs season opener. When asked about his odds of playing he had this to say: “When you go and see the white tiger, there’s always posted times when he gets to eat,” Galloway […]

The Not Necessarily Incorrect Sports News Vol. 4

– When asked if his hamstring will be healthy enough for him to play Week 1, Bengals WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh said, “Lord willing, I should be. If my body tells me yeah, I will. But if it doesn’t, then I won’t.” Hopefully, for his sake, his body won’t talk out of it’s ass. – On […]

Raiders Preseason game 3: Ballers & Busters

This was the third game of the preseason which is supposed to be the most telling game for how a team will perform in the regular season. Raiders fans can only hope that is not the case. The offense played nearly 3 quarters as stated by Lane Kiffin earlier this week. And after three quarters, […]

The Not Necessarily Incorrect Sports News Vol 3

– Peyton Manning is recovering nicely from having his sack removed from around his leg. The Colt will now be put out to pasture. – Atlanta Falcons receiver Joe Horn has been asking the team for a trade or release throughout training camp stating that the team is in a youth movement and at the […]

Raiders Preseason Week 2: Ballers & Busters

Ballers: Zach Miller He has continued to show just how good he is as well as his rapport with JaMarcus Russell. He caught four passes in the first half including a 23 yarder as well as that spectacular diving fingertip TD catch which was the highlight of the night. Nnamdi Asomugha Yeah I know “Tell […]

The not necessarily incorrect sports news vol 2

– Last week congress approved a million dollar study of which results show that Brett does indeed rhyme with Jet. It is only a matter of time before media outlets catch onto this. Just remember you heard it here first. – On Tuesday the Boston Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers 19-17. Several Las Vegas […]

The Not Necessarily Incorrect Sports News Vol 1

– Since the death of the University of Georgia bulldog mascot Uga, there has been a great deal of upset players on the team. In fact due to the prolonged mourning, 6 Georgia players will be sitting out the first 2 games of the season in observance of this tragedy. – Word from Packers camp […]

2008 HOF Class: We’re not so different after all

The Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremonies took place this Saturday. The inductees were OT Gary Zimmerman, DE Andre Tippett, DE Fred Dean, DB Emmitt Thomas, CB Darrel Green, and WR Art Monk. And while these ceremonies may seem to lack appeal to many in the Raider Nation due to the fact that there are no […]

Raiders and The New Power (Ranking) Generation

So the power rankings came out on Monday and it appears that the “experts” are expecting more power outages in Oakland as evidence by the Raiders 27th ranking. Many fans probably put little stock in what the “experts” say about their beloved team. Simply because it won’t change that fans belief that their team has […]

Evolution of an Oakland Raiders fan-Thank you Dad!

Today is a day to celebrate our fathers. There has been one constant in my relationship with my dad and that is our mutual love of the Oakland Raiders. Even during the times over the years that our relationship was strained by various factors, we could always talk about the Raiders. The following is the […]

How recent DUI’s could affect the Raiders

Former NFL and Oakland Raider star quarterback Ken Stabler was arrested and charged with reckless driving and driving under the influence of alcohol.Stabler, now a radio analyst for University of Alabama football, was released from jail on $1,000 bond nearly 13 hours after his arrest, police said Monday. This is the third such arrest for […]

Pack your bags fellas

With the offseason moves, draft picks and Undrafted free agents there are a few guys from last years team that should feel very little job security right about now. This would be known as the proverbial “Hot Seat”. This team is going through a bit of a makeover and with the new arrivals, there will […]

Matt Ryan deal bad news for Raiders

John Clayton reports on that Falcons QB Matt Ryan of whom the team drafted with the third overall pick has accepted a six-year, $72 million contract that included $34.75 million in guarantees. This is bad news for the Raiders who drafted Darren McFadden just after that pick. It could mean that McFadden’s agent Mike […]