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Gruden Shame, Donkey Talk and More Headlines From Real Raiders Headlines

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Gruden Shame, Donkey Talk and More Headlines From Real Raiders Headlines
By Silver & Blog • Issue #6 • View online
Honestly, Jon Gruden’s emails should dominate this newsletter. I could curate many players and people sharing their opinions and experience with Gruden over his 20+ years in the league.
Each review falls between friend and I told you so. They are entitled to feel how they feel as are you. If you’re interested in reading those character reviews, you’re welcome to search them yourselves.
In fairness to all parties, it’s better to either share all of it or none of it. This is not to overlook or enable misogynistic and asshole behavior. It is more out of respect to all of us tired of the shitty taste Gruden left in our mouths.
Real Raiders fans have heard it and seen it all week. Gruden is not worth hijacking this entire newsletter. He’s already taken too much from us.
Take time to process. Don’t move on until this team gives a reason to focus on football by winning.

Taking a break from writing the summarizing and ranting about the big stories from the Raiders this week. We all heard the news and there is plenty of opinion on it. Here’s mine:
Talking About Everything But The Broncos – Silver & Blog
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Moving On To Denver
Game Time: 1:25 P.M. PT STREAM HERE
Odds: Broncos -4
Over/Under: 43.5
Money Line: Broncos -210, Raiders +170
Injuries:
Raiders
  • DT Johnathan Hankins (hip) doubtful
  • DT Quinton Jefferson (back) questionable
Broncos
  • RB Melvin Gordon (hip) questionable
  • S Kareem Jackson (back) questionable
Fun Stat: Three of Vegas’ five games have finished under.
All-Time Record: Raiders lead 67-54-2
Key Prop: Tim Patrick receiving yards over 50.5. The Raiders secondary and the Broncos receivers are both battling injuries all season. Patrick is a surprise and one the Broncos more underrated weapons. The Raiders must limit him early and often.
Around the AFC West: Denver lost to the Giants last week. The Kansas City Chiefs got clapped by the Bears. The Chargers remain in first place off an electric win over the Browns.
What a week? Hopefully next week will bring us many more good things to talk about. Until then please share this newsletter with a Real Raiders fans you know. Thanks for reading. We all know it’s not always easy bleeding Silver and Black. We’ll get through this together.
Sincerely,
Pete D. Camarillo
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