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Silver Mining 11/23: Mark Davis outsmarted everybody

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Raiders News

It has left a few owners and team officials worried and irritated that the Raiders have siphoned off part of an already wary L.A. fan base.

Take some time to read this excellent piece from ESPN on how stupid the other NFL owners truly are. Mark Davis was going to win no matter what.

“(Mayock’s) doing all the interviews, taking all the credit for Jacobs,” Gruden said tongue-in-cheek, “but Jacobs wouldn’t be here if we didn’t have all the picks.”

I like petty Jon Gruden.

From Josh Jacobs to Maxx Crosby, nearly all of Oakland’s rookies are producing. The youngsters have helped propel the team to a 6-4 record, and now Jon Gruden’s squad is the most surprising playoff contender of the year.

Mike Mayock is leading the pack for Executive of the Year and it’s not even close.

AFC West News

Mile High Report: Should the Denver Broncos move on from Garrett Bolles after this season?

No thank you. I enjoy his level of play. As does Mad Maxx, and Mr. Ferrell.

Arrowhead Pride: Frank Clark is all the way healthy

It’s going to be a big game Week 13.

Besides the Broncos, there are a couple teams that actually could use Philip Rivers

This is going to be one of the more interesting stories this offseason if the Chargers are really done with him.

NFL News

Myles Garrett is alleging that Mason Rudolph used a racial slur against him, which started the melee

If Rudolph did indeed use a racial slur, Garrett shouldn’t have waited until his appeal hearing to bring it up. And if I’m him, I’m not apologizing for a damn thing.

Kyle Shanahan isn’t worried about Jimmy G’s interception problem

It might not be a problem against the Arizona Cardinals, but the NFC playoff picture looks like it’s going to be a bloodbath.

We don’t really hear any talk about Drew Brees being cut or playing for someone else in the same way we’ve heard about Philip Rivers or Tom Brady

The quarterbacks I grew up watching are all starting to hit the end of their careers.