This Sunday's game against the Browns is going to be almost as emotional as the game against the Texans was. It is the first home game since The Great One's passing and it is going to be something to behold. I just read in a comments section that the Raiders have offered two free tickets to all season ticket holders for this game. That is a beautiful way to honor Al and a really great idea. Besides the fact that it seriously increases the chance of the game being sold out, the people with season tickets that have stuck by Al through the dark ages and still go to every home game really deserve this gift.
We need this game to be sold out because it is the most honorable way to show our respect to Al. Also no true Raider fan should be forced to miss this game because of the Archaic Blackout rules that the NFL still have not changed. The world needs to be able to watch whatever tribute they have planned for Mr. Davis, but nobody deserves to see it more than the Raiders fans in the blackout radius that have regularly been forced to miss their team play because they were unfortunate enough to be unable to afford a ticket. We need to be a force this Sunday and we need that stadium to be filled to capacity. I wish I could be there to join all of you good people that will be showing their Silver and Black Pride this Sunday.