Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Raiders-Broncos Preview

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Hue Jackson was name coach of the Oakland Raiders in the off-season after expenses his first year with the squad in 2010 directing a astounding offense that prove to be one of the most creative in the group.

Of course, some of with the intention of had to do with two sports event alongside the Denver Broncos' doleful resistance.

In their first come back to the site of the highest-scoring diversion in franchise times gone by, Jackson's Raiders hope their offense can select up where it gone off a year ago in Monday night season icebreaker against the rival Broncos, who are hopeful for noteworthy defensive improvement under new instructor John Fox.

Oakland is imminent off an 8-8 finish in 2010, finish seven without delay years of at smallest amount 11 losses. The raider were the lone NFL team to finish 6-0 within their division, but it wasn't enough to save Tom Cable's job, and Jackson was named teach in January.

"I expect to triumph here," Jackson said. "And 8-8 doesn't cut it for me. I'm not concerned in organism 8-8. I'm involved in being great."

With Jackson as director last season, the offense flourish. Oakland domed from 31st in the group with 197 points in 2009 to sixth with 410 point, with 98 of those impending in two wins over the Broncos.

In Denver on Oct. 24, the raider trounced the Broncos 59-14. They led 21-0 before Denver ran a occupy yourself that didn't product in a turnover and take a 38-0 lead midway from first to last the succeeding quarter.

The shameful defeat still haunt the Broncos.

"It was just very bad," Denver heart linebacker Joe Mays recall. "It's one of those equipment where you would like to forget it, but it's still in the back of your top."

Oakland's Darren McFadden, who swift for a career-best 1,157 yards final year, ran for 165 yards and score four touchdowns in Denver, while the wrongdoing racked up 508 yards.

The Raiders only just let up in the replay in Oakland on Dec. 19, compile 502 yards in a 39-23 victory. McFadden ran for 119 yard on 20 carries and Jason Campbell passed for 238 yards.


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