Oakland Raiders Ready to Stand Up Against the Cincinnati Bengals

Posted: 21st November 2009 by Bret Armstrong in NFL
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Note: All Quotes In This Article Are Fictional The Oakland Raiders are a once proud franchise, which is to say that they have not yet been proud twice. But, notice that I said yet...because that is an important word. Keep it in mind for next season...maybe...which is another important word when you're discussing this team. Why do I say that they are ready to stand up? Simple, because you can't sit down and play football. In German, it's actually called foosball, and I think I used to have a table called the same thing...but those were one legged soccer players with interconnected arms. Kirk Morrison said earlier this week, "I'm ready to tackle some Bengals." That's a good sign. We sure wouldn't be the same team if the defense just let people run right by them...for 100 yards a game...ever ...

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Oakland Raiders Ready to Stand Up Against the Cincinnati Bengals

Posted: 21st November 2009 by Bret Armstrong in NFL
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Note: All Quotes In This Article Are Fictional The Oakland Raiders are a once proud franchise, which is to say that they have not yet been proud twice. But, notice that I said yet...because that is an important word. Keep it in mind for next season...maybe...which is another important word when you're discussing this team. Why do I say that they are ready to stand up? Simple, because you can't sit down and play football. In German, it's actually called foosball, and I think I used to have a table called the same thing...but those were one legged soccer players with interconnected arms. Kirk Morrison said earlier this week, "I'm ready to tackle some Bengals." That's a good sign. We sure wouldn't be the same team if the defense just let people run right by them...for 100 yards a game...ever ...

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Article written by Bret Armstrong

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