Oakland Raiders: Without a Redzone QB, the Team Fails Horribly in Pittsburgh

 It appeared that defensive lineman Richard Seymour was just as disgusted as the millions of Oakland Raiders fans were this past Sunday. Seymour was offended when QB Ben Rothlesberg made a derogatory statement against the Silver and Black and was rewarded by a jab to the face because of it. This was pretty much the highlight of the game and the defensive nature of the game with a huge amount of penalties.

I hate to say I told you so, but I knew that quarterback Jason Campbell could not face off against a team that would put his throwing skills to the test. Simply put: 

The Oakland Raiders cannot compete without a QB that cannot score TDs in the Red Zone.

Jason Campbell looked awful in Pittsburgh and his game was reminiscent of what happened to him in San Francisco. Jason Campbell was totally out of it and his play showed it. Almost like he didn't get any sleep the night before. Jason, word of advice, " You are no Stabler"

It was predicted that the Oakland Raiders would lose because they didn't have the QB skills like the Patriots' Tom Brady, who defeated the Steelers last week.

It would appear that the analyst were correct: The Pittsburgh Steelers threw all over the field and even Ben Rothlesberger was able to run in for the TD. It was a huge disappointment for the Oakland Raiders and the Raidernation to see the team defeated in this manner.

There has been a huge following and rooting for Campbell. There were many fans satisfied with Jason Campbell because he won games. However, it appeared that Campbell was riding on the running skills of RB Darren McFadden.   Once Darren McFadden was stopped by a strong defensive line, he was unable to perform.

Campbell was then allowed to do the most horrible throwing I have seen in years; so bad in fact, that coach Tom Cable brought in QB Bruce Gradkowski to see if the game would pick up in the third quarter. It ...

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