There's no better feeling than winning with a group of men that you consider to be your brothers, who will take time out of their busy schedules so that we can bond and keep gelling to make this run. One day, one week, one game at a time...
From Ken Stabler to Jamarcus Russell, Al Davis drafted some of the league's best and worst quarterbacks at different points in the NFL's history. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor will get his chance to validate the late Raiders owner's final draft choice.
The beginning of pre-season was looking pretty bleak for the Oakland Raiders. Coming into today game, the offense was a big concern. The lack of cohesive play and Carson Palmer's continued streak for interceptions per game has become alarming.
The image of a black quarterback calling the shots on a last-minute, game-winning TD drive is as alarming to a significant segment of the American populace as that of a Cambodian-American cowboy herding cattle on the prairie.
Terrelle Pryor was drafted in the third round of the NFL's Supplemental Draft on Monday and is signing a contract with the team at any moment. The only problem, of course, is the small matter of a five-game NFL suspension.
When the Raiders chose Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor yesterday in the supplemental draft, you probably went "duh." No player has been too troubled or overrated for the black and silver to take a flyer on.
Despite the fact very few student athletes ever have the opportunity to turn professional, the overwhelming time commitment leaves them with no way of generating any income. Here is a reasonable solution.