Quarterback Controvery Masks Raiders Greatest Deficiencies

Keilyn EllisCorrespondent IMarch 13, 2010

PITTSBURGH - DECEMBER 06:  Head coach Tom Cable of the Oakland Raiders looks on while playing the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 6, 2009 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oakland won the game 27-24.  (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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If the Raiders could run the ball, I could line up behind center and get the job done. Running the ball allows teams to control the clock and keep the ball out of the other teams hands. So what better way to keep the ball out of JaMarcus' hand for all you Russell haters?... Hand the ball off!

In that regards, it doesn't matter if the Raiders QB needs a boost to get behind center. He'll just hand it off to the real men anyway. In that case, I fully support Bruce Gradkowski as the starting QB in 2009.

Tom Cable sucks at coaching. The zone blocking scheme is a sham. It takes the manhood right away from the linemen at the snap. "You're too big and strong, so I'm going to dive at your knees, OK?" I don't remember Steve Wisniewski or Lincoln Kennedy diving at anyone's knees.

What does Cable do well other than talk and throw punches anyway?

He just seems like a Dufus to me. It does't seem like he appreciated having the greatest job in the world. Plus I think he is a coward for dumping the blame of an entire lost season on one player. If JaMarcus sucked so bad, why didn't he run more? Its not like he didn't have the talent.

Raiders had a chance to win most of their games last year, but due to poor strategy and coaching, they lost alot of close ones.

Forget about the QB now Raider Nation. Its time to start making the other 21 players on the field accountable for 2010.