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Tom Cable Takes Over Play Calling

November 13th, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

 

Cable Takes Over

Cable Takes Over

It’s official, Tom Cable has realized the Raiders offense is struggling. Despite forcing 4 turnovers off the Panthers in Week 10, the Raiders scored no touchdowns. Though, the Raiders offense managed a quantum leap greater than the week before where the Atlanta Falcons shutout the Raiders 24-0 in the Black Hole.

Gregg Knapp, the now former coordinator worries his removal will deeply strain young quarterback Jamarcus Russell: 

“I’m frustrated because I’m trying to help this guy develop and become a very good quarterback in this league.”

 

Sure thing Knapp, as by taking the ball from the center and handing off to a running back for over 75% of the plays, there’s a simpler way of doing that. It’s called the Wildcat. Jamarcus Russell’s in his second seasonand if Knapp was watching the same games we are, Jamarcus has little opportunity to develop.

Let Cable take a shot, afterall, he is the “interim” head coach. Cables out as soon as Davis can bait anyone into coming to Oakland; We know it, Al knows it, and Cable knows it. As “interim” head coach, Cable’s a bit like FEMA. He’s not really a solution, but somebody has to be plugged into the problem.

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  1. john
    October 13th, 2009 at 19:58 | #1

    johnny eierman, 17yrs. runs 6.5 throws as far as any nfl quarterback more accurate then most. loves raiders, looked at by many, davis loves challenges. this kids the real deal. see for yourself.

  2. August 10th, 2012 at 01:49 | #2

    johnny eierman, 17yrs. runs 6.5 throws as far as any nfl quarterback more accurate then most. loves raiders, looked at by many, davis loves challenges. this kids the real deal. see for yourself.

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