Raiders Sell High On McFadden...

Keilyn EllisCorrespondent IFebruary 16, 2010

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 20:  Darren McFadden #20 of the Oakland Raiders looks on during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on September 20, 2009 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Or at least they should. We saw what McFadden could do with a solid passing attack and a hot QB in 2008. But the only problem is some guy named Michael Bush can do it all, and more. And with the demon possessed Huggy Jr. toting the rock like it's his last time on every play, that leaves someone to be expendable. 


McFadden is a high profile player with big time talent and ability which needs to be promoted in a larger market to attract more fans. With the current sanctions imposed by the NFL and it's zebra-striped henchmen against Al Davis and his OAKLAND Raiders, it hurts both the NFL and the Raider organization for Mr. McFadden to languish under such un-imaginative juvenile coaches such as Tom "Basic" Cable.


I know a lot of teams who could use such a talent and are willing to do business with the NFL's version of  Fidel Castro and Cuba. Such as that leach infested pop show over in New England. I say the Raiders trade McFadden to those thrifty bums for one of their 30 elite Linemen( I believe one of those monsters are leaving captivity this offseason)


That would leave the Raiders with Bush and Fargas in a standard two back rotation. Then, they could bring back the kid from Washington who kills every preseason and should have been retained(thanks again Cable)


Whatever the case, look for the Raiders to be dramatically improved under Hue J. McFadden may even become a threat in both the passing and running game now that Cable has been demoted.