WHEN IS IT TIME TO QUIT!!!!!!!!!!!! Al

BRIAN JOHNSONContributor ISeptember 24, 2009

ALAMEDA, CA - SEPTEMBER 30:  Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis speaks during a press conference to announce the firing of head coach Lane Kiffin of the Oakland Raiders at thier training facility on Septemer 30, 2008 in Alameda, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

BRIAN JOHNSON VALLEJO CALI.... Al Davis when is it time to call it quits after being a raiders fan for the better part of 30years now i would have to say that Al's time has to be up by now. In saying this im not saying one of the greatest minds in N.F.L history don't know football anymore but his has lost grip with the times in which we live in, and the times in which the sport is played now. Almost ten head coaches in the last ten years draft bust after draft bust and every since the team of the decades became the team of o so few wins in this decade. Al still has the nerves to bench players and cut pro bowl qb's for high school development projects. My stomach hurts and head hurts when i think of JARMARCUS RUSSELL. The man that we put all of stock from our team into cause he has a LEE MAJORS arm and a BEATLE JUICE mini head size brain. The leagues most dedicated fanship the RAIDERNATION is to proud and loyal to tell the man who started it all that it might be time to put those 3 rings on the dressers and the sweatsuit in the closet and let one of these younger  in tune with the times cats call the shots. The head coach needs to be on the field not in the owners booth that oldschool. Al Davis is a great man an intorvator and creator of so many great things but enough is enough. If there is a time for us ever to get back to greatness it now a good coach i think he is a good motivator and he has a good team defense and offense but our qb is way below average and i hold Al Davis accountable for that. DHB OVER CRABTREE AL DAVIS did that too. People when is enought  a enought.