Jamarcus Russell will improve.

Javon BarkusContributor ISeptember 23, 2009

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 20:  Quarterback JaMarcus Russell #2 of the Oakland Raiders talks with Bruce Gradkowski #5 on the bench during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on September 20, 2009 in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

I know everyone is writing off Jamarcus Russell after seing his last two games but me the die heart Raider fan isnt giving up on him....yet.

First of all he's going up against the Broncos their defense is'nt that good, Champ Bailey and Brian Dawkins are the only defensive stand out on their team they can't single handly beat a team even though people are saying coach Nolan's got that defense playin hard.....let's be serious the Raiders might not have the best offensive team but the bengals and the Browns their not exactly what you call an effective offense and if it wasn't for that lucky play the broncos will be 1-1 that 2-0 start it means jack.The Raiders haven't shown much of anything their last two games but their pretty tough to handle with their running game and if Jamarcus steps his game up on sunday we could win big not forgetting are defense is playin really good right now

Look for Jamarcus to improve his completing percentage, sustain drives not turn the ball over,and score T.D. in redzone situations.

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