Oakland Raiders to 4-4, to Host KC for Division Bragging Rights

November 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Streaks are made to be broken, as the Raiders proved this Sunday.  Oakland has finally won consecutive games, beating Seattle 33-3.  
Darren McFadden was firing on all cylinders, Jason Campbell played intelligently, and former Washington Husky fullback Marcel Reece has created a buzz unseen in Oakland since the Golden State Warriors stunned the Dallas Mavericks in the 2007 NBA playoffs.
Perhaps the play of the game was a fourth-and-1 on Seattle's 30-yard line.  
Instead of bringing on Sebastian Janikowski for a 40-yard field goal, offensive coordinator Hue Jackson drew up a slant to Reece. Campbell threaded it through double coverage, and Reece did the rest, galloping for a Raider touchdown.
The Raiders D showed up in force.  Matt Hasselbeck couldn't get any drives started, and finished the afternoon 1-of-16 on third down.  He was also sacked an eye-boggling eight times.  Richard Seymour and Kamerion Wimbley both recorded two sacks...

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