If Tom Cable wants something to inspire his players with, maybe he should dust off the week 16 tape against the Houston Texans. Last year, Oakland was going into their last two games and most people were wondering if the Raiders would finish with a 3-13 record. For the Raiders, playing the last game at home would put them up against a team they never had beaten in three attempts. For Oakland, the season was already gone: At 3-11, there was nothing to play for. Nothing, that is, except pride. Oakland, along with the loyal home crowd, would go on to shock the Texans, who were entertaining the thought of a season above .500 for the first time in their history. They had two very big pieces of offense in 2008. Steve Slaton had over 1,200 yards on the ground and 377 yards in catches. Andre Johns ...
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