Oakland Raiders: Hue Jackson and the Chase To Restore Franchise Greatness

"We’re going to create an environment here for our players to do great, and that’s what we’re chasing, We’re chasing greatness … My job is to do everything I can to take this team where we want to go which is the Super Bowl.”.....Hue Jackson

The above statement was made by new Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson and it appears that his heart is in it, to win it all.

Jackson has a remarkable resume and although it was a pity that the Raiders opted not to pick up Tom Cable contract, it appears Al Davis has done it again and will keep the Raiders in competition next season.

During the 2010 season there was a bit of controversy as who would play Quarterback for the Silver and Black.

In the long run QB Jason Campbell picked up his tempo and began winning games, leaving Bruce Gradkowski on the bench.

However, Gradkowski is a great backup QB. Gradkowski has the Raider attitude and is by far a great competitor to have.

The Raiders also signed offensive coach Al Saunders to the team and his presence was welcomed by Campbell. The two had worked prior and the reunion comes at a great time for the Oakland Raiders.

Returning to Glory in 2011?

It would appear that the Oakland Raiders will turn heads in 2011 and get to the playoffs if the magic continues to grow.

Campbell has improved greatly and should be in Oakland for a long time. As he becomes a better QB, I am certain that Al Davis will reward him accordingly.

Campbell has also proven himself to be an accurate passer and scrambles when necessary.

At the start of the season Campbell had a flaw holding on to the pigskin for way to long, yet by seasons end he was flinging them out. Campbell will no doubt be the field general the team needs in 2011.

The above being mentioned I would not be surprised if the Raiders look to get another offensive li...

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