Losing aso and now miller. Maybe now all these raider trolls on espn won't be around to talk crap anymore about how this is this year.
Imma miss al davis when he's gone
guess they don't want to win!!!
Nmandi and Miller are huge losses. Especially, Nmandi. But the D-line that MANHANDLED the Chief's O-line is still intact. As they say, the games are won in the trenches.
Well, I will be honest and not a "homer". Cable firing may not be as bad as first thought. The O vastly improved under Hue Jackson, Cable was a firey coach that help the team believe. But Hue has that fire too and the smarts to bring the O to the next level. Coaching wise, the team may be on better hands.
Miller's is a big blow, but there are tight ends on the team ready to take his place and Reece makes a match up problems.
The one that hurts the most is Nmandi, no doubt more than his physical skills, his knowledge and leadership skills will be missed. But the Raiders have a long history of developing all pro CB. The last time we went through this, the Raiders was the transition from C Wood to Nmandi. The Raider nation is hoping for the same from Nmandi to Rout.
Has far as the season, my biggest concern is the OL, it will make or break the season. The Raiders could either win the west or go 8-8 or 7-8. In all honesty, aside from broncos, the West is a toss up.