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Sorting Out Oakland’s Secondary Plans

On paper, the 2013 Oakland Raiders’ secondary looks extraordinarily better than what was put on the field in 2012. General Manager Reggie McKenzie did his best in dealing with a salary upheaval and a token of draft picks to put the best talent he could on the field. It took late in the season for him to realize that he had a “secret weapon” and decent cornerback in Phillip Adams, who was arguably the best d ...

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MVPs Or What Not On Each AFC Team

Upon hearing the news that Michael Crabtree, star wide receiver of my favorite NFL team, I did what any normal fan would do: I curled up into a ball and wept. Once my tears dried, I decided to take a look at the player on each team that they could least afford to lose, quite literally the most valuable players. Find your favorite team and see if you agree. Buffalo Bills -Stevie Johnson: Johnson is Buffalo’s ...

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An Oakland Raiders Mock Draft

Mock Draft Rd. 1, Pick 3, #3 Overall: Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah Rd. 3, Pick 4, #66 Overall: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, UConn Rd. 4, Pick 3, #100 Overall: Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia Rd. 6, Pick 4, #172 Overall: Steven Means, DE/OLB, Buffalo Rd. 6, Pick 8, #176 Overall: Nickell Robey, CB, USC Rd. 6, Pick37, #205 Overall: Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State Rd. 7, Pick 3, 209 Overall: Edmund Kugbila, OG, Valdosta State ...

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State Of The Franchise: The Raiders

The state of the Oakland Raiders that Reggie McKenzie inherited from the late great Al Davis was one that was coachable, as they went 8-8 the previous two seasons, but fell to 4-12 in the first year under the new regime led by McKenzie and Dennis Allen. But eager to show how he felt about the state of the franchise, McKenzie began cleaning house with some guys that were potential contributors, but he felt t ...

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Contenders and Pretenders: AFC Playoff Outlook

  Contenders New England Patriots- The Patriots have weaknesses as a football team, but anyone who says that they are not a contender does not what they’re talking about. They have Tom Brady and that alone makes them a contender. However, the Patriots have an extremely weak pass defense, and this is something that teams like Pittsburgh would potentially be able to expose if they come at the Pats with t ...

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NFL Power Rankings Week 13

Green Bay Packers (11-0)-The Packers spoiled every neutral fan’s hopes for the rare competitive game before Thanksgiving dinner. Baltimore Ravens (8-3)-The Ravens came through Thanksgiving night with their biggest victory of the season thanks to a truly dominating defensive performance. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-3)-While they haven’t been consistently dominant, they have won six of their last seven games. Heal ...

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NFL Week 12 Power Rankings

Green Bay Packers (10-0)-The Bucs have now laid the blueprint for beating the Packers. Will it happen? This remains to be seen. Can it happen? The way the Packers defense is playing, it can happen on any given Sunday. San Francisco 49ers (9-1)-The 49ers rank 6th in rushing yards and have the league’s most dominant rush defense led by Patrick Willis. They have a quarterback that is not making crucial mistake ...

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