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(Miami Herald)   The Raiders enter "Year 2 of rebuilding" according to a sportswriter who hasn't watched many Raiders games over the last 10 years   ( divider line
    More: Silly, the Raiders, Year Two, Raiders, passing pocket, spring training, Jacoby Ford, Darren McFadden, triceps  
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2013-08-27 08:32:02 PM  
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CodeMonkey4Life: rickythepenguin: Ken VeryBigLiar: The Jets also deserve to be in heavy rotation for that list.

they're easy meat now, but they were in the AFC Champ just what, 2010, 2011?  settle down.  we're not talking Brownsian, Bengalesque, Billsian levels of futility.  and if you want to go historical, they have a Lombardi, when there's probably 12-15 teams that have never hoisted hte Lombardi.

I wouldn't be too quick to assume the Jets will be pushovers.

I expect that the Jets will have a better running game and a good defense this year.
Sanchez has streaks of adequate play between his bone headed mistakes.

If they do have the sort of running game and defense that allows them to limit Sanchez's opportunities for mistakes they could be competitive the way they were a few years ago.

You two guys oughta be motivational speakers
2013-08-27 06:57:53 PM  
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ManLaw permits the use of the term "rebuilding year" to refer to your team's losing season, regardless of whether or not any rebuilding actually took place.
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