When it Comes to the Raiders – I Just Don’t Understand

Will Smith, as a young rapper Fresh Prince, sang the song Parent’s Just Don’t Understand. Here is my version, minus the rapping…

A week after stopping one of the most potent offenses in the league by pressuring the QB, that the Raiders didn’t pressure a rookie QB coming off a 5 pick game. ..I just don’t understand.

A week after being even in plays on the field by running the ball, that the Raiders came out against their own goal line and tried to pass against a team looking to pressure JaFumble Russell…I just don’t understand
How the Raiders sales team is suppose to sell tickets to a game when such a horrible product is on the field. I was there in the black hole and if you pushed everyone down from the upper deck, the upper deck would have been empty…I just don’t understand.

Eugene Monroe, BJ Raji, Michael Crabtree, and Michael Oher were selected after the Raiders drafted Darrius Hayward-Bey. Each of those players would have filled a hole than another speed burner, and after Crabtree out-produced DHB in one game…I just don’t understand.

Larry Fitzgerald, Phillip Rivers, Steven Jackson, Aaron Rodgers, Roddy White, Jay Cutler, Haloti Ngata, Calvin Johnson, Adrian Petersen, Joe Thomas, Glen Dorsey, Joe Flacco, Vernon Gholston, Jerod Mayo and Jonathan Stewart were selected right after the Raiders made draft picks from 2004-2008. Yet, they don’t have a GM and the owner makes the call…I just don’t understand.

That anyone would still support JaFumble after his recent comments of not taking any responsibility for the loss on Sunday. He essentially pointed his finger at the rest of the team and said ask them why we lost, it wasn’t me. ..I just don’t understand.

Why do I remain a fan?…I just don’t understand.

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