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SJ Bronco
11-01-2009, 10:50 PM
JaMarcus Russell said after Sunday's loss to San Diego that he was pleased with his 109-yard passing effort.
"I did a pretty good job," he said. Russell took five sacks, fumbled, threw an interception, averaged under five yards per pass attempt, and completed two passes for 16 yards to his wide receivers. He is 33rd in QB rating, tied for fifth in interceptions, and is completing 48.4% of his throws.

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=NFL&id=4154&sn=t

This clown needs to be the Oakland Qb for the next 15 years, but I'm not that lucky.;D

Popps
11-01-2009, 10:51 PM
Awesome.

BroncoMan4ever
11-01-2009, 11:18 PM
imagine if he actually had a good game, he would have a heart attack from the excitement.

Kaylore
11-01-2009, 11:27 PM
And in spite of all that the Chargers only won by eight points...at home. Yeah, I'm not worried about them.

boltaneer
11-01-2009, 11:44 PM
And in spite of all that the Chargers only won by eight points...at home. Yeah, I'm not worried about them.

The Raiders offense was pathetic

Their offense were fortunate to score their points. All came off of short fields (kickoff return, fumble recovery and INT return). I think their longest drive was around 30-35 yards or so.

I thought the D played pretty well but still could have been better. But they were getting pressure all day long which is a good sign to see even if it is the Raiders.

The big problem still remains with the run game. I've come to the conclusion that the run game is just going to continue to suck until Hardwick returns (Mruczkowski is garbage. All day today he was getting knocked on his ass over and over again) and until they get a real fullback. Hester and Tolbert are nice at what they can do but they're below average as run blockers. Tolbert should be able to step up in this area. He at least has the frame but his instincts seem horrible. And Hester is just too small to be blowing up linebackers.

Not an impressive win if you just look at the final score but the game was never in doubt and the Chargers dominated this game in just about every other way.

Blart
11-02-2009, 12:07 AM
:thumbsup: way to go Russel!

Killericon
11-02-2009, 12:12 AM
Certainly tongue in cheek.

HEAV
11-02-2009, 12:42 AM
The Raiders offense was pathetic

Their offense were fortunate to score their points. All came off of short fields (kickoff return, fumble recovery and INT return). I think their longest drive was around 30-35 yards or so.

I thought the D played pretty well but still could have been better. But they were getting pressure all day long which is a good sign to see even if it is the Raiders.

The big problem still remains with the run game. I've come to the conclusion that the run game is just going to continue to suck until Hardwick returns (Mruczkowski is garbage. All day today he was getting knocked on his ass over and over again) and until they get a real fullback. Hester and Tolbert are nice at what they can do but they're below average as run blockers. Tolbert should be able to step up in this area. He at least has the frame but his instincts seem horrible. And Hester is just too small to be blowing up linebackers.

Not an impressive win if you just look at the final score but the game was never in doubt and the Chargers dominated this game in just about every other way.



No that's a spin job...wow! You should work in politics!

boltaneer
11-02-2009, 12:48 AM
No that's a spin job...wow! You should work in politics!

Explain please?

That's my analysis of the game. Did you actually watch the game as well? If so, tell me your analysis.

Don't just come in here with peanut gallery comments. Any moron can do that.

Popps
11-02-2009, 01:02 AM
Explain please?

That's my analysis of the game. Did you actually watch the game as well? If so, tell me your analysis.

Don't just come in here with peanut gallery comments. Any moron can do that.

The s#it-bag Raiders were in a position to tie the game on the final drive.

Sorry, no one "dominated" anything.

broncocalijohn
11-02-2009, 01:10 AM
I saw the first quarter and a half and Jaba looked awful. Over throwing his receivers. They posted stats on his completions of 20 and more was a little over 6%.

Blart
11-02-2009, 01:11 AM
Both teams should send thank you cards to the Broncos for keeping this division respectable.

boltaneer
11-02-2009, 01:39 AM
The s#it-bag Raiders were in a position to tie the game on the final drive.

Sorry, no one "dominated" anything.

We must have watched different games then. The Chargers defense was all over Jamarcus today. Rivers wasn't being beaten to a pulp like he was in the first meeting. He was pretty much untouched aside from a whiff on one play by RT Clary. The play in the trenches was owned by San Diego today, unlike week one.

The Chargers Special Teams had another bad game and gave the Raiders six points. That's one area that is usually a strength but has been horrible as of late.

The Raiders had 180 yards of offense. Pathetic. Jamarcus is a joke. And the Raiders will continue to be a joke as long as he remains their QB.

The one thing the Raiders have going for them is a good secondary. It helps nullify the Chargers best strength, their passing game. Oakland's defense matches up pretty well since the Chargers can't run the ball effectively. Take a look at their games from the past few years. The games haven't been blowouts.

Of course it feels better to blow out a team by thirty points but I was happy with the performance even if it was "just" an eight point win. The Chargers totally outplayed the Raiders today. Their play in the last three games has been significantly better than the previous games. Can't help but feel good about that as a Bolt fan.

OBF1
11-02-2009, 02:18 AM
We turned the game on at the start of the 3rd quarter..... I think I lasted 10 plays until I fell asleep, Both of these teams suck so bad it bored me to sleep.

400HZ
11-02-2009, 06:10 AM
The Chargers haven't won 13 straight blowouts against Oakland. Even when San Diego had an elite roster, there was still generally at least one nail biter in the series. Today wasn't a nail biter. There were some turnovers and other mistakes late in the game that kept Oakland hanging, but you could tell be the flow of the game that there was no way that they would capitalize. Even if they did, Phillip would have pulled something off at the end like he did the first game (which was a much closer contest.) Sweeping a rival like Oakland for the sixth consecutive year feels good. ;D There is no reason to b**** and moan about only winning by 8 points.

broncogary
11-02-2009, 06:18 AM
JaMarcus Russell said after Sunday's loss to San Diego that he was pleased with his 109-yard passing effort.
"I did a pretty good job," he said. Russell took five sacks, fumbled, threw an interception, averaged under five yards per pass attempt, and completed two passes for 16 yards to his wide receivers. He is 33rd in QB rating, tied for fifth in interceptions, and is completing 48.4% of his throws.

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=NFL&id=4154&sn=t

This clown needs to be the Oakland Qb for the next 15 years, but I'm not that lucky.;D

He's 33rd in a 32 team league and thinks he's doing a good job? Priceless. Ha!

The Joker
11-02-2009, 06:26 AM
I hope he's still starting when we play them again.

Funny thing is they'd be a half decent team if they had even an average QB.

_Oro_
11-02-2009, 06:35 AM
At least we eatin well.

-JaFatty

GoBroncos DownUnder
11-02-2009, 06:48 AM
At least we eatin well.

-JaFatty
Yew'll are just poor!
-JaMammoth :welcome:




WTF is wrong with that team?? From the NFL's website:
An Oakland Raiders security guard holds up a helmet while trying to block a photographer from shooting photos of Raiders' quarterback JaMarcus Russell (2) after the Raiders lost 24-16 to the San Diego Chargers of a NFL football game Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 in San Diego. Russell was 14 for 22 for 109 yards and one interception. The guard swung the helmet into the camera of the photographer. (AP Photo/Chris Park)
http://static.nfl.com/static/content/public/image/getty/2009/09000d5d813e181a_gallery_600.jpg

Really?:spit:

Hulamau
11-02-2009, 06:54 AM
The Chargers haven't won 13 straight blowouts against Oakland. Even when San Diego had an elite roster, there was still generally at least one nail biter in the series. Today wasn't a nail biter. There were some turnovers and other mistakes late in the game that kept Oakland hanging, but you could tell be the flow of the game that there was no way that they would capitalize. Even if they did, Phillip would have pulled something off at the end like he did the first game (which was a much closer contest.) Sweeping a rival like Oakland for the sixth consecutive year feels good. ;D There is no reason to b**** and moan about only winning by 8 points.

In this league a win 'sa win ... even against Jemoron .

Rohirrim
11-02-2009, 09:32 AM
That team has become an asylum. Looks like new stories are coming out about Cable. It appears he likes to slap around more than just assistant coaches:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/01/tom-cable-accused-of-violence-towards-women/

GoBroncos DownUnder
11-02-2009, 10:03 AM
That team has become an asylum. Looks like new stories are coming out about Cable. It appears he likes to slap around more than just assistant coaches:
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/01/tom-cable-accused-of-violence-towards-women/
Based on a lame one-sided ESPN report.

I don't like beating women, I don't like Cable and I don't like the raiders, but IMO, ESPN's report was a perfect example of poorly ATTEMPTED journalism. Cable's statement release pretty much squashed the entire thing, and makes "Outside-the-Lines" look like a joke. (IMO) ;)

Rohirrim
11-02-2009, 10:08 AM
Based on a lame one-sided ESPN report.

I don't like beating women, I don't like Cable and I don't like the raiders, but IMO, ESPN's report was a perfect example of poorly ATTEMPTED journalism. Cable's statement release pretty much squashed the entire thing, and makes "Outside-the-Lines" look like a joke. (IMO) ;)

Cable's statement? The guy recently broke his assistant coaches jaw. Forgive me if I consider his "statement" as something coming from a dubious source. ;D

GoBroncos DownUnder
11-02-2009, 10:36 AM
Cable's statement? The guy recently broke his assistant coaches jaw. Forgive me if I consider his "statement" as something coming from a dubious source. ;D
Cable's Story (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/01/cable-accuses-espn-of-not-giving-him-a-chance-to-respond/)

"The incident involving Ms. Lutz in which she came to my home uninvited was fully investigated by the Alameda police department and I cooperated fully with that investigation. I never battered her in any way. The police concluded correctly that I had done nothing wrong and that was the end of the matter. It is most unfortunate that ESPN has given Miss Lutz this forum to revisit this incident when I did nothing wrong and . . . ESPN further chose not to provide me with an appropriate opportunity to respond."

The allegation in the last sentence is significant. If true, ESPN failed to follow one of the primary principles of investigative journalism -- giving the subject of damaging allegations a chance to tell his side of the story.

The alleged failure of ESPN to give Cable an appropriate chance to respond becomes even more curious in light of the specific history between the Raiders and ESPN. Last year, Chris Mortensen admitted that he failed to seek a comment from the Raiders regarding a story relating to the potential sale of controlling interest in the team.

Not a fan of Cable or oakland, but ESPN were totally WRONG to broadcast that crap. The way the story was slanted is an abuse of media privilege!

Rohirrim
11-02-2009, 10:38 AM
Cable's Story (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2009/11/01/cable-accuses-espn-of-not-giving-him-a-chance-to-respond/)



Not a fan of Cable or oakland, but ESPN were totally WRONG to broadcast that crap. The way the story was slanted is an abuse of media privilege!

My guess is that Mortensen is afraid to go down there. Ha!

Bronco Warrior
11-02-2009, 11:09 AM
JaMarcus Russell said after Sunday's loss to San Diego that he was pleased with his 109-yard passing effort.
"I did a pretty good job," he said. Russell took five sacks, fumbled, threw an interception, averaged under five yards per pass attempt, and completed two passes for 16 yards to his wide receivers. He is 33rd in QB rating, tied for fifth in interceptions, and is completing 48.4% of his throws.

http://www.rotoworld.com/content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=NFL&id=4154&sn=t

This clown needs to be the Oakland Qb for the next 15 years, but I'm not that lucky.;D

Can we CLown Clone him and ship him to every team we play for the next 15 yrs?

Bronco Warrior
11-02-2009, 11:23 AM
The Police and the DA concluded that Cable did nothing wrong in the Hanson case as well. Hardly a glowing proof of his actual innocence. In Utah or any other jurisdition, Shouting "I will F-ing Kill you" multiple times and attacking a co-worker and only because a guy intervened and stopped him and Cable wasn't the one who ACTUALLY threw the punch that broke Hanson's jaw even though his action directly cause it, is still gonna get your ass thrown in jail and charges with assault and a load of other charges. Assault is defined as "Actual or imminent threat of bodily harm with a reasonal expectation of it happening" Death threats accompanied with physical agression is considered "terrorist threat" here and should be called "Terrorizing Threat"cause it's confusing..lol!
Cable would be in a jail geting punked if he was anywhere beside within the sphere of Al's pocket book.