Hungry Oakland Raiders Prepare For Trifecta Against Broncos, Colts and Chiefs

 The Oakland Raiders must face their final three games of the season with  pride, poise, confidence and the worst case of hunger to do some devouring in the NFL. The Silver and Black are in a tight spot as they must defeat the Denver Broncos, the Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs in order to have a chance at playoff contention.

  This is no easy task for any NFL team, but this is no ordinary team. This is the Silver and Black with an improved Attack!  In fact, its a reborn Oakland Raider team with a 4-0 record ( isn't it nice to tell Charger fans we handled them twice!) against the AFC West teams and this Sunday the Raiders begin the chase with the  Denver Broncos.

  The last time these two rivals teams met, it was the Oakland Raiders who traveled to Denver to play the Broncos. The Oakland Raiders embarrassed the Denver Broncos at home on that lovely Sunday afternoon. it was also a historical game for both teams when it came to points! Oakland Raiders RB Darren McFadden had a great day as he ran for 165 yards and QB Jason Campbell threw for 204 yards to defeat the ponies 59-14.

   This time the game is in the Oakland Raiders backyard. If you have ever been to an Oakland Raider game my advice is avoid the backyard unless you 're heading for the BART. Can the Oakland Raiders repeat the game they had in Denver? The odds are pretty much in the Raiders court as they have a healthy RB Darren McFadden and QB Jason Campbell has the offensive line to himself.

  Since Jason Campbell was given the role of "field general" he has played remarkably well. One might even question the number of wins the Raiders would have had if Jason Campbell ( I admit I was all Gradkowski but now I am with Campbell ) would have played the complete season. Regardless, QB Jason Campbell defeated the Denver  Broncos once and with an explosive Darren (DMac) McFadden around, chances are the Oakland...

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