Posted on: July 17, 2011 5:46 pm
 

USA loses to Japan happen on PURPOSE!

Its ALL politics!  When 9/11 happen The New England Patriots win the super bowl... When Hurricane Katrina hit who won???? that's right the saints did and it all was so good for them at that time with the tragic events...  Now Japan has massive earthquake's and is in bad shape and ... whats this??? oh my goodness they WIN the world cup... oh its such a good story... oh its so good for the country.... I'm not a sore loser cause I really could care less who wins. My point is that our sporting events are not what they used to be... In boxing a boxer will take a dive for the right price... in Baseball the players are all juiced up and no one wants to admit it same with football plus they are locked out over what ??? $$$ the all mighty dollar. who cares about the fans they only care about getting paid. same with basketball, the Heat may have lost but look what is happening to the sport all the best players are trying to get on one team and before you know it there will only be 3 or 4 real good team and every other team no one will even care to watch. There is no legit sports anymore... MMA got hit with the steroid bug too now and who knows fighters there might even take a dive for the right price or they do the "lay and pray" for a win. there is NO excitement in sports anymore 80% of the outcomes are pre-determined.  Remember this is just my opinion but there are a lot of clues that make my statements seem true....

Posted on: September 19, 2008 4:46 am
 

Oakland Raiders Next 6 Games

Buffalo Bills

This is a team on the rise, The Raiders have a great run game but the Bills have showed the can deal with the run in their game last week with the Jaguars. JaMarcus Russell will have to show the Raiders drafted him for his arm not only for being able to hand-off the ball to his Backs.

San Diego Chargers

The Chargers are fresh off of to last minute loses with one ending with a bad call... non the less the are 0-2 going into a home game against Bret Favre and the Jets. With the Chargers possibly facing a 0-3 start they will be going into the Raider game with a full head of steam. The Chargers have defeated the raiders for the last few years and will be looking to keep that alive. With their star Line Backer out for the season I would be looking for the Raiders to go back to their Run game. I would think Kiffin would keep Jamarcus Russell limited on his throws in this game with the Chargers having 2 stand out Corners.

Next The Raiders go into a Bye Week. Looking for a nice rest and gearing up their game plan for the stretch of the season.

New Orleans Saints

The Raiders hit the road to face Reggie Bush and the Saints. In preseason Kiffin said with a smile that he put a bounty on Matt lienarts Head for the game since Kiffin was Matts OC at USC. I see Kiffin pumping up his defense with the same mentality for this game against Reggie Bush. It will be interesting to see the Saints WR match up with the Raiders Corners in this game.

New York Jets

The Raider head home to face Bret Favre and the Jets in this game. The last impression I have a Bret Favre was on Monday night when he blazed the sky with passes and won a game in his late Fathers name. This time around the Raiders have some top notch Corners to face Favre and some great fast Line Backers to pressure him as well. This should be a great game to watch.

Baltimore Ravens

The Raiders Corner will once again be a major factor in this game facing a rookie in Joe Flacco. Flacco will have a great run game to back him up. The biggest challenge will be the Raiders facing the Ravens Defense.

I see the Raiders finishing the next 6 games with a 2-3 record (week 5 bye)bring them to a total record of 3-4 going into week 9. That is still a good record seeing how the Raiders struggled the last few years.

This is all pending that the Lane Kiffin - Al Davis chaos doesn't affect the team.

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