"Anyone in the market for a 54-67 starting quarterback that has quit on two different teams?"
Another great comment from Pro Football Talk.
Seriously though, I’m getting sick of it. Maybe CP3 stands for “can’t play for a 3rd team,” because there’s no way in hell he’s getting another starting gig. I guess he learned a lot from T.O. from their time together in Cincinnati—a diva all the way. I’m all in for Flynn, baby.
Carson has played above my expectations so far this year. It’s all been pretty safe, but he’s been pretty accurate…so far. KEEP IT UP CARSON!
Last Night’s Game
#Silver and Black
It was tough to watch the Raiders lose a game they could have won. We lost by 8, if you didn’t know. However, I always try to look for some positives. The defense played really well, especially for the amount of time they were on the field the second half (no thanks to the offense). Although the secondary looked kinda lost sometimes, so imma change that statement to the front 7 played really well & the secondary played good. To only lose by 8 also with the two or three special teams debacles and the Streater fumble in Charger territory shows that we could have won the game. If Streater didn’t fumble, that’s plus 3, and those special teams debacles led to good field positioning for SD. If Lechler got those punts off clean, the D proly would have forced the Chargers to punt instead of get more field goals. The game also shows the importance of the Big 3: Janikowski, Lechler, and CONDO. The offense didn’t play as well as I know all Raider fans had hoped. I feel the Chargers had it easy though, knowing everything is going to D-Mac since our 2 & 3 wide-outs were out. The receiving game was sub-par, but Carson looked pretty good. I mean what can you expect with one receiver being an undrafted rookie & the other being just signed Thursday. Just waiting for Denarius Moore to get the okay, hopefully by this week. Overall, it was still a loss and still a disappointment. HOWEVER, I feel comfortable saying that the outlook is still over 500 & a playoff spot whether it be by division or wild card. One game still hurts, especially to the Chargers. But that makes the anticipation for week 17 and everything in between that much greater.