Eagles Please Try And Trade With The Oakland Raiders!

Posted October 07, 2013
There's a sucker born every minute they say, and it seems most of them work for the Raiders organization. After the Raiders thought it was a good idea to give up draft picks for Matt Flynn and anoint him the starter day one everyone ( but one misguided foolish individual) thought this was a terrible trade especially since the Raiders just traded away their 4000 yard passer for next to nothing after only trading away a first the year prior just to get him. Now Flynn is on the street. Ironically the Raiders probably could have gotten Matt for nothing as he most likely would have been cut by the Seahawks anyway. I'll give the Raiders some credit. They don't keep their very stupid mistakes around for long ( that must be why half of their current salary cap goes to players who no longer play for them), but the truth is these fools just can't stop making dumb decisions. I hope the Eagles can get in there and snatch Aaron pick or two from them before it's too late. I mean couldn't we swindle a first out of them for Bryce Brownor Matt Barkley? Riley Cooper for a 2nd? Surely they are gullible enough to get fleeced. Recent history tells us that! Let's get them before they smarten up.... Then again history tells us the Raiders organization getting smart at any point any time soon isn't likely to happen.
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  • Keep making questionable decisions baby! The Raider motto.
  • A first round pick or two. Stupid IPad auto correct.

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