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What up RaiderNation? Welcome to this week’s edition of My Two Cents, with your favorite old time Raider fan, Old Timer. I am sure you have all noticed the coaching changes by now. This week we will talk about those changes, possible replacements, and if they were the right move going forward. But before we do that, let’s take a [...]
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All is said and done on the Oakland Raiders' dismal 4-12 season, and head coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie have their work cut out for them in the off-season.
"We've identified those guys that we're trying to get back and we're in the process," Allen said via Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle.
"How long that process...
Since taking over as the Oakland Raiders GM last year, Reggie McKenzie has parted with 26 players from their 2011 roster and is expected to continue that trend into 2013.
Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle put together a great look at a number of changes that are likely to take place during the upcoming offseason.
Tafur specifically mentions that DT Richard Seymour and...
It was 12 years ago that the last NFL dynasty began. It was a cold and snowy night in New England, and Tom Brady appeared to have literally dropped the ball on the Patriots magical season. Charles Woodson had just come from the edge and knocked the ball out of Brady’s grasp after he pulled back a pass attempt and the Raiders recovered the ball with and prepared to run the clock...
1. Can Dennis Allen right the ship in Oakland?Things didn't exactly go as hoped in Dennis Allen's first season as Raiders head coach, as the team stumbled to a 4-12 finish. Despite the team's struggles, Oakland was able to steal a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week four, and also went on the road and gave the Atlanta Falcons all they could handle in a tough...