Monday, September 10, 2018

Fatal Error

First of all, the Raiders cannot win with the overpaid, overrated, Derek Carr.

Second, Mark Davis made a fatal error by giving Jon Gruden $100 million over 10 years. Unless Gruden voluntarily gives some of that money back, the knee-jerk, absurd decision by Davis, to give Gruden so much money, has without a doubt, set the Raiders franchise back 3-5 years.

Other teams in the AFC West have improved, the Raiders have regressed dramatically. We have no playmakers on offense and none on defense.

Amari Cooper and Derek Carr, both play scared. Cooper is not a factor at all. And some analyst, a few years back, had the audacity to try to compare Cooper to Julio Jones. Seriously? The only thing they have in common is that they are both African American, and they both went to Alabama. Aside from that, there is absolutely no comparison.

The Raiders will never win a Super Bowl with Derek Carr. He's not Rich Gannon, the last Raiders QB to get the team to the big dance.

Carr plays scared; he plays not to get hurt, and has a false bravado that defenses have picked up on.

Furthermore, the Raiders should still have Terrell Pryor on their roster, at the QB position. One thing we knew about Pryor, he was not a choker and his entire career, going back to sandlot ball, he was a big-play threat, everytime he stepped on the field.

The foolish mistakes; the Laurel and Hardy type faux pas made by Davis and Gruden, mark my words, General Manager Reggie McKenzie will be the fall guy. They have to blame someone and as sure as my name is what it is, it will be McKenzie.

I'm not too upset about the loss because I expected it. Those who believe in Davis and Gruden offer the foolish excuse regarding the Mack trade, "we were only 6-10 with Khalil." Right, but without him, the Raiders would have easily been 3-13. He is a playmaker and can change the course of a game. Mack hater's have stated, "he made those plays when Rogers was out of the game." He made them when Aaron was in the game, and out of the game, against the same Green Bay O-line.

It's going to be a long season for Chucky and the Silver and Black. He's going to wish he would have kept his pathetic self in the booth, and Jordy Nelson is going to curse the Packers organization for trading him to a dysfunctional team.

Oh, and one more thing... I'm certain Jack Del Rio is somewhere laughing his ass off. "Freakin' IDIOTS!"