Top Five Whining & Crying Raider Complaints from Week 12

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Nov 25, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Oakland Raiders defensive end Lamarr Houston (99) fights with Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth (77) after a roughing the passer penalty erupted into a brawl during the fourth quarter of the game at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rob Leifheit-US PRESSWIRE


I am so proud to see a Raiders fan saying that he’s okay with the team standing up for And Dalton. One thing that the man states is that the Raiders would score on the clipping driving. You cannot assume a score. They could have likely thrown a pick, or fumbled the next play. The other thing I am surprised about though, is this man’s inability to count. Let’s say that we give the Raiders that touchdown from the whistle play.

Then we take away our last touchdown like he said should have happened. That gives the Raiders seven more points and takes seven away from the Bengals. This is a 14 point swing. This makes the 27-17 Bengals. Last time I checked. The team with the higher score wins. So okay, if you want to feel better, you can have that touchdown back.

The fact is that they played 60 minutes of football, and about a 3 minutes period, 3 football minutes gave a 14 point swing still would have not given you enough points. So stop whining. You got killed by a team that, for the month of November, is the hottest team in the NFL.


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