Raiders in the playoffs, who would have thought? How do you think they will do? Chat with me before the game starts and let me know in the comments already what questions you might have.
Very winnable game, even without Carr. And I’d rather see Cook start over McGloin anyways. We know what McGloin can and can’t do, and I’ve not been impressed. At least Cook represents possibilities as he was a very fine college QB. Bring it on Cook! I’ll take the Raiders and the points in this one. Houston’s offense is a joke and their D is banged up. If you were a gambling man Lowell, who’d be your pick?
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Get ready for, What is yer favorite color?
I might have some better than that…
It the O-line…reshuffled without Penn…able to move Vince Wilfork out of the middle?
If not it’s gonna be a long day because Houston won’t have to load the box.
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Is Cook’s reported past arrogance a current issue for any of his team mates?
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Long Time Raider we need to run the ball 40 + Times kick field goals play good D. MIDDLETOWN STRONG RAIDERS
Is the chat running? Raiders trying to go conservative…not good.
This isnt live chat? Thats what I thought it was going to be.
Inexperience is a killer. Big step from college to pros. Can’t run the ball endlessly. Houston just stacking the line. Cook’s long passes a mess.
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