Oakland Raiders Who Play Beyond the Love Of Money

April 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This article is designed to stimulate a process to uncover those Oakland Raiders who are in the game for the love of money, and solely for that reason.
Have you ever gotten the feeling that some of these guys do what it takes to get the job, then after they get the job they "lay back and relax"? Some of them just don't seem to care about winning.
If the young NFL players are in professional football solely for the love of money, you can be sure that the quality of the game will never be the same. If this is the case, then Al Davis will never get two more Vince Lombardi trophies before he departs.
Who are these men? Let's call them out.
In fact, how do they (Al Davis and others) set the amount of a contract in the first place? How do they decide that one guy is more valuable than another? What formula is used to determine the amount of a contract given to a player? Is it correlated with their performance or their popularity?
We want to know the formula...

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