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RAIDERS vs 49ers

47%
RAIDERS
7
53%
49ers
8

Total votes: 15

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» Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:35 pm
Compared to the numbers he put up, he shouldnt even be considered a Raider. That is embarassing. I would NEVER consider Jerry anything other than a Niner.
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» Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:51 pm
sfsfsfgiants wrote:Compared to the numbers he put up, he shouldnt even be considered a Raider. That is embarassing. I would NEVER consider Jerry anything other than a Niner.
I know where your coming from sf3, and I agree that he is a 9er not a Raider, but you said he "wasnt really good" in Oakland, but he actually was until 2003 or so.

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» Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:56 pm
think about it raiders let tim brown go and kept jerry

i know tim would have wanted more money and jerry was playing for the love of the game( and maybee to pad his numbers)...

end of the day jerry is a 49er
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» Fri Mar 07, 2008 5:13 pm
JReed23 wrote:
sfsfsfgiants wrote:Compared to the numbers he put up, he shouldnt even be considered a Raider. That is embarassing. I would NEVER consider Jerry anything other than a Niner.
I know where your coming from sf3, and I agree that he is a 9er not a Raider, but you said he "wasnt really good" in Oakland, but he actually was until 2003 or so.


Yeah. I didnt realize that he put up decent numbers there. I thought he had one or two decent years there, at most.
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» Sat Mar 08, 2008 1:55 am
JOEL wrote:think about it raiders let tim brown go and kept jerry



Well, I wouldn't read much into the decision of allowing Tim Brown to leave and keeping Jerry. I mean, the Tim Brown that left the Raiders was a f*cking disaster. His legs had given up and was unable to perform at NFL level. Take that from a Bucs fan... I still remember the "Tim Brown and Charlie Garner as Bucs experience".

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» Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:15 am
TIM was done but you know davis keeps his old timmers around the
team....was thinking he could have been a coach along side of fred b
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» Sun Mar 09, 2008 9:17 am
hey...let's make that fair for comparison...

DO NOT INCLUDED the players,coach or whoever ever involved to Raiders and 49ers teams

so, in this case..

Bill walsh,Jerry rice and others are disqualified...oke

:mrgreen:

My friends claimed michael jordan from new york KNICKS..hehehe

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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 2:44 pm
xbaywarrior wrote:SF QBs > OAK QBs
SF RBs > OAK RBs
SF WRs > OAK WRs
SF TEs > OAK TEs
SF OL < OAK OL
SF DEFs > OAK DEFs


:bs:

SF QBs > OAK QBs
SF RBs < OAK RBs
SF WRs > OAK WRs
SF TEs < OAK TEs
SF OL < OAK OL
SF DEFs < OAK DEFs
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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 3:58 pm
I would say:

SF QBs > OAK QBs (Russell has done nothing)
SF RBs > OAK RBs (Gore>Jordan)
SF WRs < OAK WRs (not a whole lot of talent either way)
SF TEs > OAK TEs (Davis is a whole lot better than Miller)
SF OL < OAK OL (sad, but true)
SF DEFs > OAK DEFs (overrated defense for the Raiders)

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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:04 pm
russell doing nothing makes him a way better than smith based on what smith has done :D
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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:10 pm
JOEL wrote:russell doing nothing makes him a way better than smith based on what smith has done :D


Uhhh, no. You've got to be freaking kidding me. Russell is about to enter his 2nd season. Smith has been here for 3 years. Seattle is probably the toughest place to play and yet last year, Smith went into Seattle despite the harsh weather conditions and in the second half, won the game. He evaded a sack and through a TD pass to Gore and then faked a run play to Gore and ran it with all the Seahawks defense going after Gore and Smith going untouched for a 15-yd TD run. Has Russell ever shown maturity? No. What about this past disastrous season? The first game against the Cardinals on a 4th down and long, Smith scrambled out of the pocket, evaded tacklers, and got the first down which ultimately led to the winning score.

Russell has proven nothing. Smith has proven something.
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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:10 pm
Give him some time. He will turn into the same worthless piece of crap as Smith. Russell is an athlete, not a quarterback.

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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 5:06 pm
sfsfsfgiants wrote:Give him some time. He will turn into the same worthless piece of crap as Smith. Russell is an athlete, not a quarterback.



so let me get this correct in your mind ( this will help to see the worth of entertaining your comments) a player who is a proven loser "SMITH"
is better than a player who is just an athlete"RUSSELL"
smith proven loser russell (in your words) who hasnt done anything...

I may be wrong but i think you sid smith over russell few post' back?
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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 5:23 pm
Both are utter losers. Neither will make it as a legit NFL player. Right now, though, I would take Smith over Russell, though not by much. Both suck. It is just a matter of Smith sucking less.

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» Mon Mar 10, 2008 5:37 pm
sfsfsfgiants wrote:Both are utter losers. Neither will make it as a legit NFL player. Right now, though, I would take Smith over Russell, though not by much. Both suck. It is just a matter of Smith sucking less.

thinking you didnt answer the question but that is typical..
your saying smith is better(a proven loser) than russell (who hasnt done anything)?

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