I don't know what you did after the game on Oct. 3. I rushed to the sports store to buy more Oakland Raiders gear.
Determination, persistence, and a passion for excellence are instilled in some of us. We don't know any other way to be. We always hope for the best.
Yes, the game with the Chargers is going to be a challenge. I believe the Oakland Raiders are going to be ready for the battle on the football field. Neighbors sometimes have heated arguments over boundaries and other things.
The Oakland Raiders and the San Diego are neighbors, but they are rivals in the NFL.
Let's just say that many of us realize that the team has improved. It's a joy to see the feats of Bruce Gradkowski, Rolando McClain, and the new guy, Marcel Reece.
It's difficult to explain the pattern of LWLL (loss-win-loss-loss) for the past three years. As one person said, "At least the team is consistent."
With that in mine, once the Oakland Raiders start winning, they must be consistent in doing so. The team can still do well in 2010. Focus, form a powerful synergy, and get the job done.
Sebastian Janikowski showed improvement. He had the precision that we so dearly love.
My favorite position to watch is the wide receiver. It just breaks my heart to see that the young players don't seem to have the drive to pull it off during those tough and tight times during a game.
Nevertheless, they will grow. They are Oakland Raiders, and somehow, some way, they are going to get their "groove on." Do you know what I mean?
The Oakland Raiders are going to have to protect the quarterback. Things are going to get tight and tough in the game against the San Diego Chargers.
Our eyes are fixed on victory. We are looking at the bright side and remembering all of the positive changes that have strengthened the Oakland Raiders.