Oakland Raiders Vs. St. Louis Rams: A Silver and Black Plan Of Attack

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Oakland Raiders Vs. St. Louis Rams: A Silver and Black Plan Of Attack
Johnnie Lee Higgins and Chaz Schilens lead the Raiders onto the field in 2009.

Tom Cable will bring the Oakland Raiders home for their first game of the 2010 NFL season at the Colosseum against the St. Louis Rams.

Raider Nation will be in full throat and regalia when the Raiders take the field on Sunday afternoon.

Following a tough loss to the Tennessee Titans, the Rams could provide some much needed confidence building. However, these are not the same old Rams, as evidenced by their strong showing in a tough loss against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1.

The Rams are a team that finds itself in the midst of a rebuilding process.

A rookie quarterback, questionably talented offensive and defensive lines—a deficiency of talent at nearly every position except running back and safety for that matter.

The Rams could be the proverbial "Lambs to the slaughter," if you will.

With all that said, make no mistake, any NFL team can beat any other on any given Sunday. It would be wise to take the Rams seriously. If not, an upset could happen.

So, just like last week, I'll lay out where and how the Raiders should attack the Rams to give them the best shot at victory.

Beginning with the offense...

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