Oakland Raiders Seek Continuity and Elasticity

June 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Most things in life can be described as continuous or elastic, or as some type of function or its inverse.
Let's just say that the Oakland Raiders are seeking to regain their continuity and elasticity.
They are trying to construct an set of inverse functions to reverse the patterns of the past seven years.
For example something is continuous if it does not have holes or breaks and has no loss of mass. This definition is for the everyday reader.
Something is elastic if it undergoes a stretching or shrinking transformation and can return to its original form after the deformation.
And something can be reversed if you can find the inverse function of the process or condition and map a point, say, (b,a), back to (a,b). Or if you can construct a function that is a mirror image of the original or desired function with respect to a line y = x.
Now to apply this to the situation for the Oakland Raiders.
At this very moment the players are training and at...

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