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Question from a Raiders fan


I'm not here to gloat. I will offer no comment on yesterday's game besides happiness that my team has Richard Seymour. But now that the Raiders and Broncos are the only ones left for the division lead, your team will play a deciding role in who wins the division.

Flash back to last year week 17. Your team has clinched the division at 10-5. Oakland comes in to town at 7-8. They are already eliminated from the postseason and have just come off a heartbreaking loss to Indianapolis. They have absolutely nothing to play for and nothing to gain from winning, and are missing several key players, including star RB Darren McFragile. Yet somehow, they not only win, but come out and dominate for a final score of 31-10. Cassel is put under such ferocious pressure he is pulled for fear of injury. Michael Bush runs for over 100 yards. The Raiders had enough pride to play their asses off and win.

Can your team do the same? Do you think they can get up for the Donkeys and end the season on a high note?

Comment below.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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