Oakland Raiders: Yes, We Can Can, Go to Playoffs and Beyond

Honor Warren Wells TheTorch@dbintayaelSenior Writer IIFebruary 17, 2011

KANSAS CITY, MO - JANUARY 02:  Wide receiver Jacoby Ford #12 of the Oakland Raiders runs down field in a game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 2, 2011 in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Tim Umphrey/Getty Images)
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Rhythmic Pep Talk - Listen

 

You may not understand the dynamic but sometimes victory is in the stars.

Many of us believe that a series of events similar to those for the Green Bay Packers will happen for the Oakland Raiders.

We have a “Yes, We Can Can” attitude.

In an article in Sports Illustrated, the writer mentions the fact that there is a play on Broadway about the life of Vince Lombardi.

There was also a documentary on his life in the airwaves.

Now, the trophy has returned to the Green Bay Packers and to Wisconsin.

A similar series of events is expected for the Oakland Raiders.

For example, Rod Woodson has a powerful dynamic around his career. He is now on the coaching staff of the Oakland Raiders.

Hue Jackson is said to be a man with fire, and that fire is going to flare up in 2011 and burn in the hearts of each players under his leadership.

Time is of the essence.

Let’s just say that the foundation for victory was cemented in 2010. The team ended the season with an 8-8 win-loss record. Did you know that eight stands for “new beginning” in an Eastern culture. So, the Oakland Raiders are going to double up on their passion for winning in 2011.

Yes, we can can. We can make it to the playoffs.

Now listen to the music and swing and sway to the rhythm. Say it again, “Yes, we can can, Oakland Raiders.”

 

 

 

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