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  1. POPpinFRESH

    Ryan Tannehill traded to Tennessee.

    Good insurance for when Mariota inevitably misses a few games.
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    AFC Championship: Patriots @ Chiefs.

    that's a lot of time to leave...
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    Week 9: Raiders @ Forty Niners

    That locker room might be shutting down.. Whether that was purposely orchestrated by Gruden or not... I doubt it, I think he just might be this out of touch with the game. He wasn't with it 10 years ago
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    Week 9: Raiders @ Forty Niners

    James dropped an easy one.
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    Week 9: Raiders @ Forty Niners

    Yeah man, Kids been impressive tonight. but it is the Raiders...
  6. POPpinFRESH

    Week 1: Rams @ Raiders

    Correction, it was Hudson, but he definitely went back 3 steps.
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    Week 1: Rams @ Raiders

    He definitely went backwards before Osemele started to push him
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    Week 1: Rams @ Raiders

    Surprised they didnt blow the whistle on that run. Nice effort tho.
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    Hackenberg traded to the Raiders

    NFL.com link Trade Alert! Jets send QB Hackenberg to Raiders Published: May 22, 2018 at 04:35 pm Updated: May 22, 2018 at 06:11 pm Chris Wesseling Around the NFL Writer Jets trade Christian Hackenberg to Raiders for 2019 conditional pick Oakland's eyebrow-raising offseason just got more interesting. The Raiders have acquired third-year quarterback Christian Hackenberg from the Jets in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2019, New York coach Todd Bowles announced Tuesday. Hackenberg has spent the offseason "starting from scratch" on his throwing motion after spending the past two years failing to impress a coaching staff in dire need of a talented young quarterback. Bowles' trade bulletin arrived just hours after an emboldened Hackenberg expressed frustration that his throwing motion was never fixed in two years with Jets coaches. He had no chance to crack a depth chart that now features face of the franchise Sam Darnold in addition to veteran Josh McCownand wild card Teddy Bridgewater. Bowles announces Hackenberg has been traded to Raiders Although Hackenberg inspired praise as a potential franchise savior after a promising freshman season at Penn State, he was widely viewed as a reach by the time the Jetsselected him with the No. 51 overall pick in the 2016 draft. A scattershot passer with timing issues in the pocket, Hackenberg completed just 54.8 percent of his passes over his final two seasons with the Nittany Lions. After two years under Bowles in the Big Apple, he's yet to attempt a regular-season pass. That's a damning indictment on a team desperate enough to audition an overmatched Bryce Petty for seven starts. It comes as no surprise that Jon Gruden is rolling the dice on a low-risk, high-reward gamble to turn Hackenberg's career around. When Gruden was serving as an ESPN analyst in 2016, he penned a story highlighting Hackenberg's prodigious potential as a first-round pick. "This was the No. 1 prospect in the nation a few years ago," Gruden wrote, "and someone who showed during his freshman year he could produce at a high level in a true NFL-style offense. "What he showed during that first year at Penn State -- before the coaching change, before the system change, before all the things that derailed him -- would be enough for me to take this guy early. ... He just has to get in the right system with the right people and refocus on the small details." Two years later, Gruden shipped the league's lowest draft currency to New York for a chance to take a peak at Hackenberger's revamped throwing style in "the right system with the right people." Nothing in Hackenberger's short NFL history suggests he's anything but a darkhorse to beat out EJ Manuel or Connor Cook behind starter Derek Carr.