Raiders Record Tracker

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    Raiders Record Tracker

    Well the season is under way, and not quite as important as the Patriots winning games is the Raiders losing games, seeing as we own there #1 pick.  Here's hoping the Raiders go 0-16.
     
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    0-1 so far got spanked good by the Titans 38-13
     
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    Yup, Raiders lose big and are now 0-1.  Half the teams will be 0-1 after this week.  Hopefully, the Raiders keep losing and losing big.
     
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    I really don't get why people thought Jason Campbell was going to make them so much better.
     
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    Carolina also lost today. We have their 2nd Rounder.

    Raiders play the Rams next week. Bradford is gonna be good.
     
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    Don't forget the Carolina Panthers tracker too.....the Patriots have their 2nd round pick in the 2011 draft.....Panthers  0-1
     
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    i thought the nfc west was worse than the afc west, but after today's sea game, it does not look like oak will roll over the nfc west. seattle just killed the 49ers, which i still believe is a significantly better team than oak. i am counting on them losing to these two teams.

    oak's match in the nfc west is ari. ari is adjusting to warner's retirement, but could still improve by the time they meet oak. that would be a 50-50 match up.

    on the afc west: i do not think denver is as bad as they played today. mcdaniels will find a way. that means oak will lose to den and sd. as for kc, oak has the slight advantage.

    it's looking good folks.
     
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    Because he had sucked for so many offensive coordinators

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    [QUOTE]I really don't get why people thought Jason Campbell was going to make them so much better.
    Posted by FishTaco64[/QUOTE]
     
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    As far as I care, the Oakland game was pretty much over when the score was 6-31.  Oakland didn't bother to show up.

    They underperformed their #30 rating today, and they're going back to #31 next week with approximately a 3.2 victories out of 16 rating.  Saint Louis is thundering ahead to a 5.2 rating at position #30 next week.  Go Rams!  Oakland's big competition for that #1 draft position, Detroit, was formidable today.  Laying down and getting well-stomped by Cleveland is a tough act to beat.
     
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    Well the Raiders won't go 0-16, but they only beat the lowly Rams by 2 at home.  I don't see them winning more than 5 games.  High draft pick is still looking good.
     
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    I really don't get why people thought Jason Campbell was going to make them so much better

    He sure looked good when he flattened Brady.
     
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    Nice to see the Raiders lose this week.  I thought they were going to somehow beat the Cardinals on Sunday.  So a 1-2 record for the Raiders, meaning a high draft pick (top 3 hopefully) is looking alright.

    Hopefully, the Texans take care of business in Oakland in week 4.
     
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    Clausen may not make it through a dozen huddles with Steve Smith
     
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    [QUOTE]Texans take care of business in Oakland in week 4.
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    oh, i think they will. to be honest the raydas shouldn't win another game all year unless the team they play has a complete breakdown
     
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    Raiders lose to the Texans to go to 1-3.  First round draft pick loooking like a top 5 selection at this point and hopefully higher.

    San Diego should lay a pounding on them next week too.
     
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    Raiders beating San Diego this week really hurts.  At 2-3 and playing San Francisco this week, they could easily move up to .500.  Now, I'm thinking the draft pick may be betwen 7 and 10.  Let's hope they start losing again.

    Teams like Buffalo and Carolina are clearly worse than the Raiders.
     
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    Raiders lost this week to San Fran, leaving them with a 2-4 record.  They play at Denver this week and won't beat them.

    A high draft pick is looking really good.  I'd say top 6 at this point.
     
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    They'll win 7-8 games, so where ever that put's us it still should be pretty good, and if a rookie salary cap is inplace we may just use that pick...as I said that last statement BB would probably find "value" to trade down anyways, but that trade down approach seems to be paying off big this year. 
     
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    I don't think they'll win 7 or 8.  I think 4 to 6 may be more accurate for the Raiders.  I really don't think they are that good.
     
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    Let's call it 5 then....

     
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    takin a look at the Raiders remaining schedule (Yahoo Sports), 3 or 4 more wins looks about right. that's 5 or 6 wins for the Raiders this season:

    Sun 10/24Denver Broncos at Denver4:15 pm
    Sun 10/31Seattle Seahawks Seattle 4:15 pm
    Sun 11/7Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City 4:15 pm
    Bye
    Sun 11/21Pittsburgh Steelers at Pittsburgh 1:00 pm
    Sun 11/28Miami Dolphins Miami4:05 pm
    Sun 12/5San Diego Chargers at San Diego 4:05 pm
    Sun 12/12Jacksonville Jaguars at Jacksonville  1:00 pm
    Sun 12/19Denver Broncos Denver  4:15 pm
    Sun 12/26Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis 4:05 pm
    Sun 1/2Kansas City Chiefs at Kansas City 1:00 pm
     
     
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    They coud get swept from here on out
     
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    I am thinking 7 wins for them, if were lucky maybe 6.
     
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    Nice to see the Raiders finally lose a game.  Next week, they play the Dolphins.  It is really difficult cheering for the Dolphins, but I don't think they'll be a factor in the AFC East even if they do win.  I guess I say, "Go Dolphins".
     

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