Oakland Raiders Can Have The Flare, Fire and Fierce Pursuit Under Hue Jackson

February 5, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Pep Talk Re-visited for 2011 and the Super Bowl Weekend
Sometimes the precepts which catapult you to victories are staring you in the face.
Have you ever thought about the possible meaning of the Oakland Raiders logo?
It contains two swords, a helmet, a head, and a face, all contained in a shield. There may be even more symbols to transmit meaning. 
This is an exciting day during the 2011 off-season. The Oakland Raiders already have  the symbols representing, no doubt, the concepts and precepts for victory.
For example, after doing some research on the Hebrew language, I learned there are things that can be connected to the logo of the Oakland Raiders.
It can also be representative of the fire and flare that is rising up again in the 2011 team.
Hue Jackson used the word "flare" to describe himself and coach Tom Cable. That pointed me to the possibility of something deeper going on in the Raiders camp.
For several years now, I ...

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