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    2014-2015 schedule!!!!!

    as im looking at our schedule for next year all i can think about is how the **** are going to make it to the playoffs?? Sheeeshhh!! Its gunna be the hardest year for the RAIDER NATION!!

    BROWNS
    TEXANS
    BILLS
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    DOLPHINS
    RAMS
    CARDINALS
    PATRIOTS
    NINERS
    SEAHAWKS
    CHARGERS x2
    CHIEFS x2
    BRONCOS x2

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    16-0 baby...

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    Quote Originally Posted by N. Cog Neato View Post
    16-0 baby...
    why not us?? Lmao

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    We got this.

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    Honestly, the first 6-7 opponents listed don't scare me.

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    Theres no reason we cant give the broncos a run for there money,seattle just gave us a glimpse on how to rattle the broncos.
    Chiefs are tough but i think we just didnt have the talent to do anything,a full off season should do the trick.

    Seahawks, niners and patriots,yah idk about them.

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    I honestly don't expect much, but then again fee agency and the draft need to happen before I pass judgement. If we draft another kid full of red flag like Hayden and Watson, then I could care less about the draft and will look forward to free agency from now on.
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    I am really excited to see how Hayden and Watson do next year.

    Wildcards there. They may come in a be great contributors ... or ... yeah they could be garbage.

    Hope we have a healthy camp / preseason with all of our players.

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    Each year FA changes teams. Denver has the likes of Moreno, Woodyard, Decker, DRC, Robert Ayers, Zane Beadles, and Mitch Unrein(he intrigues me) and Seattle has Tate and Michael Bennett, Walter Thurmond, Clinton McDonald, Brandon Browner, and Tony McDaniel.

    That's a lot of FAs to try to resign. Who would have thought Atlanta would nosedive?

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    and houston
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    Quote Originally Posted by LA_raiders_KERS View Post
    as im looking at our schedule for next year all i can think about is how the **** are going to make it to the playoffs?? Sheeeshhh!! Its gunna be the hardest year for the RAIDER NATION!!

    BROWNS
    TEXANS
    BILLS
    JETS
    DOLPHINS
    RAMS
    CARDINALS
    PATRIOTS
    NINERS
    SEAHAWKS
    CHARGERS x2
    CHIEFS x2
    BRONCOS x2
    There is at least 10 wins to be had there by us. Easy Peasy.
    Last edited by krsonekth; 02-04-2014 at 01:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N. Cog Neato View Post
    That's a lot of FAs to try to resign. Who would have thought Atlanta would nosedive?
    Who would of thought atlanta would be ranked #5 in qb hits? And seattle will still have their secondary/LBs from this year back. Its easier to resign players when you just won the superbowl. And have the loudest crowd to play for. Its a no brainer. Seattle can actually become better after the draft which is scary.

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    **correction seattle only has 5 mil to spend this year.. They cant work with that kind of money

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    You don't know what teams are going to be good or bad at the start of the season.

    Entering the '13 season, Kansas City looked terrible and Pittsburgh looked great - furthermore, everyone had the Jets penciled in as the #1 overall pick and the Texans as a potential Superbowl team.

    It's too early to predict what teams will be good or bad next year.

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    Tough schedule to be sure. The NFC West is already the best defensive division in football and getting better. Denver very well may have struggled to win 10 games in the NFC Left Coast. Still, I believe teams on the verge play up to their level of competition. If the Raiders plan on turning the corner they have to learn to beat good teams.

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