Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Nov 19, 2014.
Whole chiefs team definitely took too long to line up.
I like Cooper a lot. I'm worried that they'l take the DT Williams kid from USC #1. Not a bad pick, but they need weapons and playmakers. IKD on Cobb. He's really good in the Green Bay system, but at Oakland he might struggle.
if they landed Randall Cobb in free agency, i wouldn't be mad if they took Williams with their 1st pick. everything they're doing says they're moving to a 3-4 base set defensively, so addressing the D-line would be a way to go.
Cobb's just an explosive slot guy/safety blanket type..a more athletic Wes Welker if you will. he'd do fine with the Raiders. Cobb and Jones did a ton of damage together with GB. every team is looking to add those explosive slot guys in today's pass happy game where receivers are protected because it helps QBs get rid of the ball faster and take less punishment. i mean even with a lack of upper tier talent at WR, the Raiders themselves currently have no problem with loading up the field with wideouts and going with those same GB shotgun/pistol looks. and i say all of this without even knowing who'll be the coach next year because coaches just have to be flexible, adjust and maximize the talent they're given.
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Veteran safety Charles Woodson has been one of the Oakland Raiders' most consistent defensive players this season and has been a model of professionalism on and off the field.
On Thursday night, the 38-year-old found himself in the unenviable position of nearly coming to blows with teammate Sio Moore after the second-year linebacker cost the team a timeout while dancing and celebrating a sack late in the game.
Moore's celebration went far beyond the normal jump-up-and-prance-around routine most players do when making a big play. After dropping Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith for a 7-yard loss at Kansas City's 48-yard line, Moore sprinted down inside the 10-yard line and began to dance and gyrate while the crowd cheered. Rookie linebacker Khalil Mack joined in and repeatedly slapped hands with Moore, then two other Oakland players came running in to keep the party going.
The only problem was that while the Raiders were celebrating, the Chiefs were hustling back to the line of scrimmage and on the verge of snapping the ball -- and getting a free play -- when Oakland defensive end Justin Tuck wisely called a timeout.
"I couldn't believe it," Woodson said. "That was the first time I had ever seen somebody celebrate for a whole 40-second clock. That was ridiculous, and they know it. I told Sio he's lucky we got the win because we really probably would've had to fight, and I would've seen exactly what kind of fighter he is."
All of it became a moot point after Kansas City turned the ball over on downs and the Raiders held on to win, ending their 16-game losing streak. Had it worked out differently, Woodson said, there would have been big issues inside the Raiders' locker room.
Woodson might have been making the comment in jest, though he clearly was irked.
For his part, Moore was apologetic after the game.
"I was so caught up in the moment, man," Moore said. "That was an error I've got to make sure I clean up."
Sio is still somewhere gyrating. Lol i don't think he'll ever live that down in that locker room. the film session is probably off the chain.
love woodson's fire
It's for all the kids he adopts from Africa.
Denarious Moore can fuck off
I liked McFadden running back kicks though
Seen the movie Chef yesterday and I highly recommend it for anyone who hasn't seen it. :hamster:
edit: wait... wrong o/t thread :irish:
ASU down 24-21 to WSU in the 3rd quarter. Don't think it will hold, but dang ASU has played like shit lately.
Melvin Gordon's 1 week old NCAA rushing record in a single game just got broken by an OU RB.
Not a bad little place to unwind. Someone went crazy with the crown moulding inside, but I dig that backyard, casita, and barbecue setup.
Just like Ole Miss probably been playing over their heads.
Update: Nevermind, lol
FSU should be called the Houdini's.
Pacquiao had this guy doin flips tonight.
Pacman fights>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Mayweather fights.
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