Do The Oakland Raiders Need More Jukes, Flukes Or Dukes?

June 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Research on zebras is what inspired this article. You are probably thinking that this writer draws inspiration from the most unusual places. And you are right!
Years ago there was an Oakland Raider who moved so gracefully on the playing field, that someone at a college said he was like a ballerina dancer on the football field.
Well, it took years for me to make the connection between a dancer and a football player. Now it is clear: footwork, artful, quick and exact footwork.
Now since I am fascinated with zebra patterns, a little research was done on zebras. Here is something that might help the Raiders.
The research indicates that when the herd of zebras realize that a predator is about to attack one of them, they gather together and the black and white pattern confuses the predator, especially if it is a lion. You see, lions are color-blind.
The move that the zebras make collectively is a defensive mechanism.
I know what you are think...

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