Oakland Raiders Fire Coach Hue Jackso...

Oakland Raiders Fire Coach Hue Jackson After 1 Season

There are 22 comments on the KSBW-TV story from Jan 10, 2012, titled Oakland Raiders Fire Coach Hue Jackson After 1 Season. In it, KSBW-TV reports that:

ESPN first reported Jackson's firing. The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity Tuesday because the move had not yet been announced ahead of the Raiders' scheduled 2 p.m. PST news conference to introduce new general manager Reggie McKenzie.

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Freddy

Paducah, KY

#22 Jan 11, 2012
RAIDER MISTERIO OG wrote:
i can understand the hiring of a GM, cause al davis passed away. but fire hue cause the GM just wanted his own guy? it is only natural and you could almost see it comming. yea, we're starting over! he could have kept him and see how things ran. RF was mentioning that the players didn't respect hue jackson. do you guys feel that way? or was it just talent of the players part? respect i think they had, maybe the (D) didn't respect bresnehan!? but i know the (O) was doing decently good. injury played a big role. but anyways, why cry over spilled milk?=( BUHAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!!!! I LOVED MY JACKSON! sigh' I WANT MY JACKSON!(LOL). THAT SUCKS!
and don't take it wrong RF, i respect you and everyones comments. i need to respect myself thats what i need! oh, and i don't respect haters comments! and don't take it wrong lbf (lol).
RAIDERS 2012???
I don't necessarily think that the players lost respect for Jackson. I believe Jackson divided the team with some of his decisions. I think the Palmer trade was well recieved by the players (the season was not lost). I think the Curry trade was okay until Jackson decided to start him with two practices and replace Groves. Groves is a vocal player and did not deserve what he recieved and the players saw that. TJ coming to the team wasn't that bad until he said to the press "no job is safe, and I will bring any player, any time, if he can help us win". The players felt vulnerable witout AL around to "protect" them. It's more that he destroyed the working environment that Cable took a couple of seasons to build.
Go Blue

West Palm Beach, FL

#23 Jan 11, 2012
TexasRaider wrote:
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I know this much, as long as the zebras have it out for us, the penalties won't stop. The team seemed to be on the same page until Jason Campbell got hurt and it was all chaos from there. I still question the release of Derek Hagan just like RF. TJ Who? wasn't even a factor and I don't see him returning even if Palmer does no matter how tite the two are.
I agree with much here, except...."as long as the zebras have it out for us"....WTF?....

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