One step forward, one step back. Oakland came into the game had reasons for hope, considering the team has been good pulling off wins against the Bengals and the Eagles. As it was, after Oakland had pulled to within 10 in the third quarter there was still some hope the team could repeat last week's comeback. A touchdown by Tony Romo to Roy Williams sealed the Raiders fate early in the fourth quarter. So, what did the Raiders learn from this game? For one, the Raiders do have some offense now. It's only anyone's guess as to where this team would have been had we dropped JaMarcus Russell early in the season and had Bruce Gradkowskiástarting from game one. For the team, the Raiders had 305 yards of offense, and 14 first downs. When Russell was playing quarterback, some games they would have ...
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