Cable Gets A Hue(g) Upgrade

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Cable Gets A Hue(g) Upgrade
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No more Hailmarys for Jamarcus, pinned against the Oakland goal-line on first down. Cable, "I was just tryna mix it up." And then Calvin Pace mixed up Khalif Barnes and Jamarcus Russell on one move. (Jets Game. youtube it) Why Khalif Barnes was ever in the game we'll never know, but I don't think he'll be back in 2010.

Hue Jackson, the New Oakland Raider playcaller is largely credited with the success of Joe Flacco's playoff producing rookie campaign. Jackson hopes to do the same in Russell's upcoming rookie campaign.

Oh, you said this is his third year? I'll say this is his first year with a COMPETENT coach, thereby making him a rookie in my book. No more one receiver sets on 3rd and 13. No more passing in obvious passing situations while neglecting the run altogether. No more momentum busting screen plays which never work.

As for DHB, if he can't catch it, hand it to him. Bey averaged  a league leading 20 yards a  carry in 2009. (1 carry. Thanks again, Cable.) If Percy Harvin and Josh Cribbs can carry the rock...Have you seen Bey's youtube highlights?!! And you wouldn't take a chance on that? He's even bigger than Harvin and Cribbs. And faster.

Imagine McFadden on a draw play on that third 3rd and 13 instead of the hail mary. Who knew McFadden could catch too? Too bad it took thirteen weeks into your second season as the Raiders reality show brand coach Mr. Cable.

Well now you have help. So now you can focus on getting your offensive line in order instead of throwing your young starting QB under the bus to mask you own personal ineptitude as a "coach." Cable Boom bye yay Cable Boom bye yay!

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