Reggie McKenzie

Reggie McKenzie was fired the day Gruden was hired We all knew it was coming. At least the ones with common sense. That nano second the ink dried on Jon Gruden’s 10 year, $100M deal, Reggie McKenzie was fired. Yes, I know he was fired that day but he wasRead More →

Mark Davis and Jon Gruden

People love when coaches and owners stand to the make and act like they are being accountable. Mark Davis is the latest to give the disingenuous message of responsibility. In the middle of his “blame me” rant, he through in this gem. “We failed from 2014 on to have aRead More →

Jon Gruden

Two years ago, the Oakland Raiders were full of optimism. Despite a first round exit in the playoffs, they were coming off a 12-4 season. Just as important, they thought they had identified a young, franchise quarterback in Derek Carr. If you look throughout the Raiders history, this hasn’t happenedRead More →

Matthews sacking Smith

Another week, another complaint about the ‘roughing the passer’ rule in the NFL. Once again, the “victim” was Clay Matthews. With the Packers down 11 in the third quarter, Matthews was virtually untouched and hit Alex Smith with what looked like a clean hit. But, in today’s NFL, that wasn’tRead More →

Patrick Mahomes

Tom Brady and the Patriots continue to roll through the AFC as they are somewhat the NFL’s version of the Golden State Warriors. The Pats should roll the AFC East again even though, teams like the Jets and Bills could see some improvement. The Houston Texans are certainly glad toRead More →

Aaron Rodgers

The NFC conference should be a lot more unpredictable than it’s counterpart. There are plenty of questions. With Aaron Rodgers back and armed with a new contract, how dangerous are the Packers? Can Kirk Cousins get the Vikings to the Super Bowl?  Is this the New Orleans Saints last hurrah?Read More →

Derek Carr

As the Raiders got prepared for the Week 3 Sunday night tilt in Washington, all was so great. They had scored 71 points in the first two weeks. In those two games, David Carr was 45-60 for 492 yards with 5 touchdowns and no interceptions. And then the Washington game happened.Read More →