Oakland Raiders: Does History and Heritage Make a Difference?
In some cultures, the children and descendants are taught their heritage. These lessons are supposed to foster the development of pride and enhance self-esteem.
The goal is to continue the outstanding accomplishments of a lineage, organization, or team, in this case.
Can the knowledge of our heritage make a difference in the present day performance of the Oakland Raiders? It is suppose to, if the lessons are learned.
Does our current team really know the heritage of the Oakland Raiders?
Are they willing to adapt behaviors and strategies that guarantee more victories?
Are they willing to display the type of commitment and discipline previously demonstrated by the Oakland Raiders?
Do the coaches and the current team need to bring in these historical leaders, confer with them, and get some tips on how to improve the game in 2009?
These are just a few questions.
It is very clear that more questions need to be asked, and more answers need to be sought.
If the culture of the 2009 team is to respect and restore the heritage of the Oakland Raiders experiences, then get with the program and give us better results.
Improvement is what is expected. Every former and present coach, every former and present professor, every fan, and even every family member would be encouraged to see growth and improvement.
Heritage is important. If not, why do we celebrate President's Day?
If not, why do we remember Columbus Day?
If not, why do we celebrate so many holidays?
Why do we sit around the kitchen table and talk about Aunt Sue, Uncle Joe, Grandpa Harris, Grandma Susie, and all of those other wise, strong, and outstanding relatives?
One answer is that we want the younger generation to know, love, value, and appreciate the older generations' achievements.
We expect the younger generation to build on and continue the fine achievements of their forefathers.
Why do we study the forefathers in American history? We do so to learn "lessons." What we have in the present is built on what they (earlier generations of Oakland Raiders) accomplished in the past.
So, don't ever tell me to forget the history of the Oakland Raiders.
When we talk about and respect the history of the Oakland Raiders, we are honoring a part of the history of America.
Heritage is important, and these charts show us that we have accomplished much in the past. We expect more outstanding accomplishments in the future of the Oakland Raiders.
In the style of the "hood," if you young folks had not had folks to clean your b__tt and change your dirty diapers in the past, you would not be the energetic blogger who yips, yells, rants, and raves about winning and losing.
You get the message, I hope.
Now, a final answer to the question: Yeah, the history and heritage of the Oakland Raiders is important and relevant to the present, if we have enough comprehension to learn the lessons!
So, are you making an "A" or an "F" on this concept?
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