It was back to business as usual for the Oakland Raiders. A week after upsetting the Philadelphia Eagles, 13-9, the Raiders suffered their worst home loss in franchise history, falling to the New York Jets, 38-0. When this season comes to an end, and Raider fans have a moment to reflect on what will be yet another disturbingly poor season. Week seven's loss might be viewed as a missed opportunity. If there ever was a time when the Raiders could have changed their fortunes and reinvigorated a despondent fan base, then this certainly was the time. Not only were the Raiders coming off of a spirited win over a quality opponent, the team received some good news when it was announced that the Napa District Attorney's office would not be filing criminal charges against head coach Tom Cable for hi ...
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