Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Might of the Raider

Passing offense: Jason Campbell rebounded from his unfavorable six years football career with an outstanding effort. He completed with 60 percent of his passes, two of which was touchdowns. He also converted a third- down play into a first with a nifty 15 yard run.

Running offense: The Raider driven 328 yard, the third-most in exempt history. And with Darren McFadden led the way with 165 yards and three touchdowns in his first game

Passing defense: With Chris Johnson returned and interception for a touchdown. Raiders block Kyle Orton four times and harassed him the entire game. With the might of Raider, league- leading receiver Brandon Lloyd didn’t catch a pass until the fourth quarter.

Running defense: The Raiders held Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno to 53 meaningless yards on 14 carries. Overall, the Broncos amassed only 75 yards, most of which came with the game long decided.

Special teams: With Sebastian Janikowski on the Special team set a exempt record with seven touchbacks and change his lone field goal attempt. Nick Miller had a few decent punt returns

Coaching: Coach Tom Cable, offensive coordinator Hue Jackson, defensive coordinator John Marshall and special teams coordinator John Fassel combined for a masterful overall game plan at a time when the Raiders needed a Strong Showing

On October 24, 2010, the Raiders complete destroying the Broncos on their own field! Jason Campbell definitely showing his skilled at this game with a completed 12 to 20 passed for 204 yards with 2TD passes and 0 INTs. Darren McFadden who was unstoppable force for the Raiders in this game, he carries the ball 16 times for 165 yard with 3 TD runs and he also humiliate the Broncos with 2 success caught for 31 TD. Also we have Michael Bush with a 52 yard TD and Marcel Reese 39 TD also work together on the ground to show Raiders superiority. The Raiders finished up with 328 yards rushing on 52 carries and they also completed 12 to 20 passes for 180 yards as they hogged the ball 38:39.

On the defense line Mike Mitchell led the Raiders effort on D with 5 tackles and 1 pass defensed. With his teammate Chris Johnson who make a huge impact on this game for the Raiders as he had 2 tackles, 2 passes defensed and a INT that he return 30 yards for a TD. And we can't forget LaMarr Houston and Tyvon Branch who each had 1 fumble recovery apiece in this game. The Raider are now 3-4 on the season.

From the start to finish - from tight end Zach Miller's opening 43-yards score to the Broncos inability to change goal to go on the one yard line in the fourth quarter. Oakland Raider took a 38-o lead before the Broncos made a dent on the scoreboard, and the Raiders (3-4) went on to win 59-14 in week 7 NFL action.

The Raider Nation

Land of football, passion and dedication. Place of heart, heat and hate.
People of joy, generosity and honesty.

The Raider Nation is everywhere. It's citizens live near and far.
From California to New York, from England to Germany, from Japan to Australia.
All hungry for success.

While the team will lose at times, the Raider Nation never will. They stick together, through thick and thin,
waiting for the next win. It will come, sooner or later.

Players come and go. What stays are the people, the fans. Where greatness is conspicuous.
The Raider Nation, a family. No more, no less.

WE bleed silver and black!

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