The Nation knows what Raider.org either does not or refuses to admit. We need real Linebackers and not converted DEs, swift footed knuckleheads, or freelancers lacking football instincts. For those just emerging from hibernation, you haven't missed much defensively, the Raiders still rank 29th against the rush ... just as we have the past several years.
I now present a viable Linebacker to help us stop the rush (and end the embarrassment) which, btw, is what a true Bully Team does - at the very least - stop the rush. Here's video of Luke
Luke Kuechly Named To Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Watch List
National College Football Awards Association Watch List Roll Out Complete
July 18, 2011
"Boston College junior linebacker Luke Kuechly is among 40 players to watch for 2011 Player of the Year honors, according to an announcement made by the Walter Camp Football Foundation on Monday."
"Kuechly, a 6-foot-3, 237-pound junior, was a consensus All-America first-team choice as a sophomore in 2010 after he led all collegiate players in tackles (183) and solo tackles (110). The Cincinnati, Ohio, resident, is one of seven players named to this year's watch list that received All-America first-team honors from the Walter Camp Football Foundation last fall."