ESPN investigates JaMarcus Russell hatred within Raider Nation


Leave it to the Evil Sports Empire built on Raider Hatred to do an investigative report on JaMarcus Russell hatred among Raider Nation.

This Sunday, ESPN’s Outside the Lines will air a piece detailing the ever growing “ill-will” directed towards the Farce of the Franchise. Included in the story are images of Raider fans burning Russell related memorabilia in effigy and some colorful language being used to describe the hostile feelings for the Round Mound of Sit Down. Pretty much the same scene you’d expect to see in Denver when asking Donkey fans about Josh McDaniels.

Much like OTL’s Tom Cable witch hunt, this piece is filled with propaganda portraying Raider fans in some very stereotypical ways.

Way to raise the bar, Disney!

It wasn’t enough to call Cable a wife beater that you had to then turn around and investigate parking lot fires in Oakland that just so happen to be fueled by Silver and Black #2 jerseys?

Then again, maybe I should wait until the piece airs before passing judgment. Truth be told, I never purchased any JaMarcus gear. That holdout gave me a bad feeling even though I was happy with the pick. But if I did buy any, I would be glad to know that the self-proclaimed World Wide Leader in Sports has put together a how to video for the purging of said items.

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  • Steve

    You know us Raider Fans…a bunch of degenerates who know nothing about football.
    I’m proud to say my first Raider Game I ever saw was when Dan Pastorini broke his leg and we all cheered!!

  • Chris Jenner

    ESPN doing a piece on the Raiders is like listening to a Klan member talk about a black person. No validity, and no respect deserved.