We Deserve A Hell Of Alot Better

Shawn DieboldContributor IOctober 25, 2009

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 25: Fans of the Oakland Raiders look on against the New York Jets during an NFL game at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on October 25, 2009 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

So, where are all the screaming fans? Any place other than the coliseum thats for sure.

What the hell happened? Where did all the momentum that we had gained go? Last week we were as confident as we can ever be and today...well today was not football. Today was absolute garbage and a sorry excuse for a football scrimmage. This is unacceptable if we are Raider fans.

Football is about playing with energy and passion and football is supposed to be played for the fans and give the good people their moneys worth, not this, whatever this was.

The game began pretty...BAD. Jets ofcourse got off to a great start and later Jamarcus got benched. I was sure Jamarcus was going to breakout today and now I just do not know what to say this is not fair to Raider fans.

So here comes Bruce Gradkowski and he does what any other player would do and that is look out and run. What could we do?

This day was especially sad because of the hope and energy we were feeling as a nation and we could feel a new day coming but we were wrong and it is sadly the harsh truth that we cannot compete yet.

Raider fans certainly deserve alot better than this, I don't know what so say now.

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