Found January 03, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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For the Oakland Raiders after loosing a chance at the playoff spot and the AFC title this past Sunday with a loss to the San Diego Chargers 38-26. Hue Jackson started by first putting most of the blame on his players, in disgust. Having finishing the season 8-8 was simply unsatisfactory to the Jackson and quarterback Carson Palmer [...]
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