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Former Oakland Raider Tim Brown told SiriusXM NFL Radio Saturday that coach Bill Callahan sabotaged Super Bowl XXXVII because, well...Pro Football Talk transcribed why:
“We get our game plan for...
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During an interview with Sirius XM NFL Radio, former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown claimed that former head coach Bill Callahan “sabotaged” Super Bowl XXXVII.
After waking up today, Brown is still sticking to his story, even after former Raiders running back Zack Crockett went on Mike and Mike in the Morning with a different story.
Raider nation, in sure u r waking to the news...
Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown says that he believes former head coach Bill Callahan was to blame for Barrett Robbins’ disappearance right before Super Bowl XXXVII back in 2002.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com did a great job of breaking down the interview.
\“We get our game plan for victory on Monday, and the game plan says we’re gonna run the ball,” Brown...
Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown said in a recent radio interview that much of the blame for the Raiders' 48-21 loss to Tampa Bay in Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003, following the 2002 season, should go to head coach Bill Callahan, suggesting some of Callahan's decisions in the days leading up to the game seemed like sabotoge. "We get our game plan for victory...
According to former Raiders receiver Tim Brown, who appeared in an interview on Sirius XM on Saturday, the team believed they could easily win Super Bowl XXXII by running the ball down the throats of the Bucs. The Raiders' offensive line was much bigger than the Bucs, and the Raiders boasted a backfield duo of Charlie Garner and Tyrone Wheatly, not to mention one of the best...