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Well Cheap Leon Hall Jersey , that wasnít fun. Itís strange when a 27-3 beatdown was actually much worse than the final score would have you believe. The offensive line completely imploded, the running game was non existent, the passing game was unable to connect anything past 5 yards for most of the game, the corners were getting bested even when they were in good position, the punting was atrocious and the pass rush was absolutely terrible.Everything about the Oakland Raiders loss to the Seattle Seahawks was bad, there was not one bright spot in the entire game. Itís crazy because as an eternal optimist I usually can come up with a few things even in terrible games to point to. I have nothing here, this game was absolutely pathetic.This was one of Derek Carrís worst games of his career. He finished 23-31, which doesnít sound that bad until you finish the sentence by saying for 142 yards. Thatís an average completion of just 6.17 yards, and yards per attempt of just 4.58. He also had two strip fumbles, though no interceptions this game. The 2nd fumble he just straight up dropped the ball out of surprise though when Kolton Miller got rolled backward into him from being obliterated as soon as the ball was snapped.The horrible game that Carr had does come with an asterisk because of how bad the offensive line was, especially the rookie tackles.. You shouldnít expect much if the QB has such little time to even throw the ball. Still, his lack of pocket awareness is simply astounding. He is a statue that refuses to use his legs to get away from the pressure until itís entirely too late.Itís astounding how Carr refuses to use his legs when he actually has a fair amount of athletic ability, he could make such a difference by running if he would just be willing to do it. When you watch Aaron Rodgers play he is absolutely extraordinary at setting up pass rushers to open holes for him to sneak through to get extra time and he also is great at taking off when nothing else is open. Derek Carr is the polar opposite of that, he doesnít have any understanding of how to maneuver out of pressure and he utterly refuses to scramble. Until he figures out that he canít just stay in a collapsing pocket his game is going to continue to suffer. That is only exaggerated by the struggles of the two rookie tackles now.It seemed like every other play Kolton Miller was doing something awful, this would be a game for him to forget if it wasnít so important to learn from all the mistakes he made. He was just plain awful all day long but his attempt to recover the first strip sack on Carr was hilariously bad. There is no excuse to not recover that ball, he was the only person even close to it but he flopped directly on top of it and let it skirt out from under him. I guarantee he had the longest flight home out of anybody on the team.It also didnít help when the Raiders best receiver got knocked out by one of the worst headshots that you will ever see go not flagged. What was the ref even looking at when Amari Cooper got lit up and concussed out of the game? You have players being called for roughing the passer for breathing on a QB http://www.raiderscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-jared-cook-jersey , but a defenseless wide receiver in the middle of the field gets straight up knocked out with a head shot and nothing gets called? Unbelievable.Then you have Gareon Conley not even get a single defensive snap in one of the most one sided games ever. I get that Jon Gruden considers him to be a rookie but that is just terrible coaching. There is no possible way that Conley deserved to be treated like that, he didnít deserve to only play 13 snaps last week and he sure as hell didnít deserve to not get a single one this week.This team is full on into rebuilding mode and that means that the inexperienced players should be playing the most, not the least. Why not let Conley have a shot against a great QB, the Seahawks were doing whatever they wanted anyway. Let the kid play and get experience so maybe he wonít be like a full on rookie again next season. There is absolutely no excuse on that, none.The best part to come now is that the Raiders have a bye week to sort this shit show out as best they can, though Iíve rarely had less faith in that happening than I do right now. Actually, now that I think about it the best part of the bye coming right now is that we get a week long break of the agony of watching this teamís death spasm in the first year of Gruden 2.0.Enjoy the week off everybody, hopefully Gruden manages to put a team on the field worth watching when the Raiders come back from the Bye week. They will be playing the Indianapolis Colts at home when they do return to the field so it will be against a fellow 1-5 team that thought they had a Franchise QB but now donít know what they have anymore.No matter what, rebuilding or not, the Raiders can not have another game like this one when they do return from their bye. This was a nightmare game in every single aspect, it should be the type of game where thereís nowhere to go but up. This has to be their rock bottom because it canít hardly get worse than the product they put on the field yesterday. If they somehow do worse than this then they will have hit rock bottom so hard in this game that they pulverized the rock and kept falling.Raiders vs. Packers: 4 Winners, 4 Losers Greetings, Raider Nation! The game against the Packers is finally over, and itís well past all of your bedtimes. The game started late and was made longer by the clock stopping on every play for a penalty flag. But now that the slog of a game is mercifully over, who was a hero and who was a zero?WINNERS1) Raiders defensive lineThe Raiders had five sacks tonight, and four of them were from defensive linemen. Fadol Brown led the way with 1.5 of them Gabe Jackson Jersey , and he was too much to handle all night long for the Packersí offensive linemen. Maurice Hurst shared a half sack with Brown, and the other two were from Shilique Calhoun and Trayvon Hester. The Raider defensive line kept up the pressure for the entire game, allowing only 73 rushing yards and making the Packers QBs run for their life on a regular basis.Furthermore, when Arden Key was in the game he spooked the Green Bay tackles so much that he caused two false start penalties and got held another time. They wanted no part of Key.2) Chris Warren IIIWarren again led the Raiders with 15 carries for 54 yards and a touchdown. The Packers stacked the box to slow him down and still werenít really able to. He ran with his usual combination of power and speed, bulldozing a Packer defender in the end zone Bosworth style. Warren has nothing left to prove.3) Amari CooperOn the one target Cooper had in this game, he adjusted to an underthrown deep ball from Derek Carr and avoided the tackle, rolling over the defenderís body to scamper for more yardage. Cooper looks in fine form, but itís Carr who must improve his deep ball to make this connection even more special.4) Paul GuentherThe last time I think Iíve seen a Raider defense look this good was when Charles Woodson was playing on it- the first time. Did you see any Raider defender make a serious mistake tonight? Miss an assignment or make a boneheaded play? I didnít. All the mistakes came from the referees.Paul Guenther has this team applying pressure and lockdown coverage with linebackers who fly to the ball and players who are where they are supposed to be when they are damn well supposed to be there. This is what good coaching looks like. Guenther is an absolute godsend.LOSERS1) Connor CookI would rather have a root canal than watch Cook play in a game ever again. I watched Colt McCoy earlier today look like a second-year political science student at Amherst trying to play quarterback against the Broncos and he outplayed Cook tonight. Connor Cook might have just played his way out of a job altogether. EJ Manuel wasnít great, but he was a damn sight better than Cook.2) Pharaoh BrownMore holding penalties than catches for Brown in this preseason isnít going to endear him to this perfectionist coaching staff. Brownís penalties are drive-killers, and the right end spot is loaded as it is. Brown is an easy cut at this point.3) Doug MartinMartin ran behind the first-team offensive line and did basically nothing. Chris Warren ran behind the backups and looked like Bo Jackson at Auburn. I know the coaches love Martin and heís basically a lock for the roster, but can they ignore the fact that Chris Warren is not only better, but like eight years younger?4) The Refs, againYou know the helmet rule is trash. I know the helmet rule is trash. Everyone knows the helmet rule is trash. Thatís not in question here. What is a problem is phantom holding calls all the time and absurd roughness penalties. What would Bob Sanders do in todayís NFL? Dick ďNight TrainĒ Lane would be send to the nearest Soviet gulag if he played in this environment. The Packers and Raiders combined for 23 penalties and 210 penalty yards. The Packers had the worst of it, amassing 13 penalties for 110 yards, and thatís just the ones that were accepted. This situation is totally out of hand.Do you know what happens when you try to tackle heads up and someone is coming right at you? Your ass gets bent backwards. Ask Denzel Ward how he feels today. This nonsense has got to stop or we wonít be watching football in short order.

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