Al Davis is staring down the barrel of another offseason that begins with the organization at square one. The previous five offseasons that have come since the firing of Bill Callahan have amounted to nothing of significance. The Oakland Raiders have managed to make no improvement over seven years of attempted reloading. I say reload because Davis does not rebuild. He does not have the patience for it. It should be painfully obvious to him now that the fans have no patience for the continually bad product that he puts onto the field each year. Attendance is down, support is down, and confidence is nonexistent. A Raider Nation that had previously returned each year with enough of an appetite to gut the buffet of sub-mediocrity that Davis cooked up has reached its fill this year. Raiders hom ...
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