Oakland Raiders: Hue Jackson Has Already Changed the Culture in Raider Nation

February 16, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the last seven years going into the 2010 season, the Oakland Raiders were known as the most dysfunctional franchise in the league. Raider Nation was known as the place for a washed-up player to go and collect one final paycheck.
Former Raider defensive tackle Warren Sapp said, "There's some stuff goin' on over there that shouldn't happen."
Former Raider defensive back DeAngelo Hall has spoken of why top free agents shouldn't get sucked into the Black Hole.
The Randy Moss debacle sure isn't a case for the Raiders, as he became a Hall of Fame receiver once again after leaving Raider Nation.
Moss once said, "If they don't know how to use me right, they should let me go somewhere else."
That tells us that it is more about coaching and management than anything.
Many said, "The Raiders need a better staff of coaches, but no good coordinator or coach of any type will ever go to Oakland. Al Davis interferes too much, so a res...

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