Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Curse of Todd Moronovich Has Finally Been Lifted

Raider Head Coach Jack Del Rio actually game planned against Carr twice last year. If he thought the QB was the Raiders weakest link, guess what, he would be the first one clamoring to get rid of Carr, not the first one saying how special, unique or high his ceiling is.

Derek Carr #4 went from a spread offense to playing under pressure (which pundits said he would never be able to do) and succeeded despite continuous pressure (his other major knock). He spread the ball around and demonstrated an ability to go through progressions (Kaepernick still can’t do) and also flashed elite arm talent.

Most importantly, he made good decisions, grew as the season went on and flourished in adversity rather than quaking.”

From Silver and Black Pride

Three Long Years…

Three Long Years…

Peyton Manning #18  is 6-0 against the Raiders as a Bronco.

Raider Placeholder 2014: Matt Schaub #8

Matt Schaub #8:  57 total yards, 0 TD’s, 2 Fumbles and 2 Interceptions.

Raider Placeholder: Matt Schaub #8

Schaub was ICE COLD holding for those place kicks. Laces Out, On Time, Every Time. He earned $8,000,000 in 2014.

Raider Running Back 2008-14: Darren McFadden #20

Darren McFadden #20 Raider Running Back 2008-14

4247 yards, 30 TDs, 14 Fumbles

The NFL’s Worst Yards Per Throw Attempted

2014 Raiders were on pace for the worst running game since the 1930’s through the first 10 games. To make it worse, we didn’t even have the benefit of the newfangled “forward pass”. Derek Carr #4 had one of the shortest average completion numbers in the history of the NFL, constantly checking down into 3 and outs at a nearly historic pace. He had the leagues worst Yards Per Attempt with 5.46.

Final Los Angeles Raiders game

Final Los Angeles Raiders game in 1994. Raiders lose 19-9.