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Jon Gruden (aka Chucky) Come Home

SAN DIEGO - JANUARY 26:  A fan displays a Chucky doll mocking head coach Jon Gruden before the start of Super Bowl XXXVII between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders at Qualcomm Stadium on January 26, 2003 in San Diego, California.  The Buccaneers won 48-21.  (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
Adrian EspinozaContributor IOctober 7, 2009

Watching the monday night game featuring the pack and vikes i couldnt help but want the old coach back. Hearing the excitement in his voice while he was calling the plays got me pumped up to go and play. Hell he even threw a compliment to his old organization saying that C Wood was playing classic  Raider coverage. Not only would it be a good PR move since the fans would welcome him back with open arms, it would also be a good football move since the guy is a proven winner and puts in the 16-20 hour days a coach should put in. Could you imagine all the chucky dolls that would be out in the stadium if he were to come back. It would be crazy. Not many coach's have been loved here in Oakland like Jon Gruden. If Al can bring back Art Shell for a second go around he can bring back Gruden. In fact since the o-line is a couple of years away from being solid a west coast offense would be perfect to get the ball out quick before the pressure comes. Come on Al reach out to Gruden and lead him back home.

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