Monthly Archives: September 2014



Raider Head Coach 2011: Hue Jackson

Hue Jackson  8-8 as Raider Head Coach.

“I’m going to take a stronger hand in this whole team, this whole organization,” Jackson said, fully aware that Davis’ son, Mark, planned to hire a general manager in the offseason. “There ain’t no way that I’m going to feel like I feel today a year from now. I promise you that. I ain’t feeling like this no more. This is a joke. To have a chance at home to beat a football team that is reeling after being beaten in Detroit, who’s one of your rivals and they come in here and beat us like that. I’m going to take a hand in everything.”

Raider Head Coach Dennis Allen’s Win % is .229

Worst Head Coaches in NFL History by Win%

1. Bert Bell 1936-1941 – Record: 10-46-2 Win%.179

2. Dennis Allen 2012-2014 – Record: 8-27-0 Win% .229

3. David Shula – Record: 19-53-0 Win% .264

Raider Offensive Lineman: Gabe Jackson #66

Encouraging news from Week Three: “The Raider offense did not allow a sack of QB Derek Carr for the second time this season. The team’s two sacks allowed through three games tie the second best mark in franchise history (1970 and 2011).”

Raider Running Back: Bo Jackson #34

Raider Owner: Mark Davis

“The Raiders owner didn’t want to comment on that situation right now. But Davis agreed that the correct time for re-evaluating things might be in two weeks, as the Raiders head into a bye week.”

Raider Linebacker Miles Burris #56

Miles Burris #56 graded out as the worst Middle Linebacker in the NFL for Week Two

2014 Week Two: 0-16 here we come

So let’s see here…..

Lowest attendance in the NFL.

Lowest valuation of any franchise by Forbes.

Worst stadium in the NFL

Head Coach voted #32 in the league by insiders

Least desirable team to play for voted by NFL players

What Would Al Do?

Oakland coach Dennis Allen is ranked at the bottom

30 NFL insiders ranked the 32 head coaches in the league.  Oakland coach Dennis Allen is ranked at the bottom.

Raider Defensive End Antonio Smith #94

Antonio Smith #94. Three shared tackles in Week One 2014.