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Some Raiders fans are pointing out they didn't look great in preseason last year and played well in Week 1... OK, but they also went 4-12.
McFadden goes in behind Austin Howard … Raiders take advantage of the penalty blessing … some good calls on that drive
There's the screen pass the Raiders have set up--by letting rushers come at Schaub--all game. Nice gain for MJD.
Schaub got lucky on that one. Mathis was a half a step from a pick 6. … Woulda been all kinds of flashbacks for 8
I'm NOT going to rip the Raiders' season hopes just because of this performance. Time to fix this. But I just don't see many good players.
If the Raiders line is this bad, Schaub has no chance of being any good. But you CANNOT throw Carr out there with a bad line.
That's a great Raider Rationalization, actually: We've gone 4-12 the last two years yet all our guys are old!
Not just about this game, but the overall question that the Raiders cannot escape: How many good players do they actually have?
My golf game just doesn't wanna go away. Relentless.
Even on his two completions, Schaub had pressure in his face. Not a good showing from O-Line so far
OK, maybe I really DID jinx Schaub
On the bright side, the Raiders haven't committed a penalty yet.
Tarell Brown, geez
Tipped INT and there is murmuring among the 20,000 here. Don't know if it was that bad a throw by Schaub, though.
Granted, it's the first drive in a preseason game lol
This looks like the Schaub from two years ago
Schaubs takes after dumping it off to Streater. No. 8's made two straight completions with people in his face
MJD starts at running back, gets the first two carries
OK guess I can't Tweet a picture at the moment. Let's just say that there are seats available at the Coliseum for Raiders-Lions.
California Pizza Kitchen now follows Stephen Curry on Twitter.
I'm pretty sure the Warriors weren't quite planning for this surgery. This takes Livingston's rehab right up to training camp. Or beyond it.
Shaun Livingston underwent arthroscopic surgery on his big toe and will be sidelined six to eight weeks.
One odd point: The A's are grandfathered into revenue-sharing until they get a new stadium. In a way, incentive is to NOT get a new stadium.
And Wolff and Fisher are actually making very large profits from this team, every year.
I never accept the poor-little-A's-owners viewpoint. They're billionaires who bought the team knowing the landscape. Live with it or sell.
But I half-respect the play: No clout before the election, no clout after, maybe you risk the play because you have nothing, anyway.
Just a guess: Wolff/Fisher thought they'd gain political points by joining the anti-Manfred bloc. Turns out, no they didn't.
I'm not so weepy about Candlestick, but I'm already getting nostalgic for the wise guy traffic routes. All gone!
I'm going to miss these stories: My buddy went to McCartney last night and figured out a side route that got him in and out with no problem.
Club going up on a Tuesday
Also: Donte Whitner provided incredible insight and passion the last few years. Huge loss (for media & fans & we'll see about the team).
And has anyone found the unicorn yet?
What do you guys think about the "women hot crazy matrix"??
Two choices now....bakesale Betty's or little Lucca? Going off the two names I saw the most
I AM GROOT
“efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” - john f. kennedy
There are things said by Wolff/Fisher supporters and by Wolff himself that should go into the Hall of Fame of Sports Nonsense.
I haven't understood many things about SJ vs. MLB effort. For instance, some said losing the case initially was a good thing for SJ. HUH?
The San Jose vs. MLB lawsuit just got destroyed in court... by the judges who'll decide the appeal. What was the point of this, again?
The ice bucket thing is for a good cause and in the 49ers' case a true sign of the bond between Baalke and Aldon Smith. Not surprising.
I respect Joe Staley for speaking honestly and thoughtfully to me. I've heard several other 49ers players suggest the same, off-the-record.
The current 49ers players want their own place to win their own titles and realize if they don't win titles they will have fallen short.
I realize many 49ers fans will react harshly to any suggestion that the past is being left behind in some fashion. But players aren't fans.
Now I want Gordos
Now that the schedule is out, how many wins for GSW?
The Warriors will play a regular season game on ABC for the first time on March 8 against the Clippers.
Oops meant to say that I'll write a column about Harbaugh and baseball (and a surprise baseball pal) at some point next week...
The Warriors have four sets during which they'll play four games in five nights, after going through one such grind last season.
On Feb. 7, Steph Curry returns to Madison Square Garden, where he backed up his 54-point onslaught in 2013 with a triple-double last season.
The Warriors are scheduled to play a franchise-record 19 national TV games, including one on ABC and nine each on TNT and ESPN.
In an oddity facilitated by the NBA’s shift to a weeklong All-Star break, the Warriors will play only one home game between Feb. 4 & March 4
The Warriors have a season-long, six-game roadie through Indiana, Washington, Cleveland, Toronto, Boston and Brooklyn from Feb. 22-March 2.
The Warriors close the season with 11 of 18 games at Oracle, but they open with 10 of 16 games away from home.
Warriors will play Clippers at Staples on Christmas. They also have holiday games against SAS (Veterans’ Day/Easter) and Denver (MLK Day)
Warriors open the season Oct. 29 at Sacramento and will play their home lid-lifter Nov. 1 against the Lakers.
Harbaugh is legitimately mad he didn't get any foul balls during those games. Says he has grabbed 20 in his life--including Stanford games.
Just had a very good 20-minute talk about baseball with... Jim Harbaugh, who went to 6 games right before training camp started.