Found October 24, 2011 on The Husker:
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Two legit to quit throwing picks.

Six epic interceptions of catastrophic results . It’s like Carson Palmer and that Boller bum were throwing balls in a hurricane. The defense outscored the offense of the Raiders by two TD’s. Am I worried? Maybe a better question……was that horrendous trade for two first round picks the last request of Al Davis?

Success, not quite.

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