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Raider Day on PFT Live: Terrelle Pryor, Paul Gutierrez

Despite my best efforts, I was unable to Wally Pipp Florio while hosting Monday’s PFT Live.

That means he will get the honors of hosting Tuesday’s big show, which has a big Raiders theme.

As Florio wrote earlier, we’ll show an interview with new Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who thought he might be headed to the Dolphins before Oakland took him Monday.

Also on the program: Paul Gutierrez of CSNBayArea.com, who will go over all things Raiders.

Watch the show live at noon ET, or 9:00 a.m. in the Black Hole.

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15 Responses to “Raider Day on PFT Live: Terrelle Pryor, Paul Gutierrez”
  1. tatum064 says: Aug 23, 2011 12:07 PM

    This guy is sure making the media runs; Albert Breer (NFL Network), Tirico (MNF), and now PFT Live….will be interesting to see how it plays out…since he wont even be able to practice until week 6 and he’s too far into training camp to even get some reps in a pre-season game.

  2. unfkwthabl says: Aug 23, 2011 12:34 PM

    Raider fans are the most delusional bunch.

    7+ straight season on double digit losses and yet they still hold on to those SB wins from 30 years ago.

    They act like being a joke is somehow summed up to people just being haters.

    The fans are shaved head gang bangers who still wear jeff george jerseys and want to cry when people call the fans as they are… again summing it up to others being haters.

    You lose a potential HOF corner in his prime after paying him 30+ million for two seasons and say “hes getting old” at 28… lol

    you lose a top 5 TE whos under 25 and replace him with a blocking back up.. but somehow that 5th head coach youve had in 5-6 years will get you back to the playoffs..

    no wonder you guys are so optimistic… your on drugs.

  3. hobartbaker says: Aug 23, 2011 12:41 PM

    Mike almost got Wally Pippsqueaked.

  4. firerosenthalthebastard says: Aug 23, 2011 12:42 PM

    Tatum he’s actually allowed to practice before week 1… then he must stop until week 6.

  5. iamgoodkid says: Aug 23, 2011 12:46 PM

    are the lions that good or are the bengals that bad

  6. firerosenthalthebastard says: Aug 23, 2011 12:48 PM

    “You lose a potential HOF corner in his prime after paying him 30+ million for two seasons and say “hes getting old” at 28… lol”
    whoever said he was too old? you fool his contract was voided because of a clause that said that if he doesn’t get an INT, fumble or sack all year his contract is voided and he becomes a FREE AGENT… do you understand the meaning of that?
    As for Zach Miller, before the new CBA the Raiders didn’t even believe he would be an UFA, nobody could have known that. And then afterwards they chose not to value him at 17 million guaranteed and they are not the only ones who would have valued him at that… look at what the Pats did in 1 draft with Hernandez and Gronk, you’re telling me the Raiders can’t eventually replace him?
    Fans shaving heads? I have a full head of hair and root for the Raiders, I’m not in a gang and don’t fight so there you go hater… as for Hue Jackson, he clearly has already made his mark taking the Raiders from 17 touchowns in 09 to 44 in 2010… is that not improvement? As for their last 2 drafts, both have been pretty much all around the board lauded…. Pryor will get 2.36 million dollars over 4 YEARS… WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY!!!

    need I go on… you’re a clown.

  7. firerosenthalthebastard says: Aug 23, 2011 12:50 PM

    unfkwthabl = clown

  8. twitter:Chapman_Jamie says: Aug 23, 2011 12:59 PM

    Just a thought…. but this would be pretty good for next years pre-season. Do a month long special featuring a player and a beat writer from each city for each team. That would allow you to appease all of your readers and give everyone insight as to what is going on with their teams.

  9. edmazeing1 says: Aug 23, 2011 1:07 PM

    Can some one please tell me y non raiders fan read post about the raiders?

  10. whynotusecommonsense says: Aug 23, 2011 1:17 PM

    unfkwthabl, you’re a joke. You’re the perfect example of who Amy Trask was talking about. Everything you mentioned was a stereotype. Based on what? A small percentage of so-called “fans”

    Thumbs up to firerosenthalthebastard. I too have a full head of hair. I root for the Raiders, have full time job and support my family. I’ve never been in a gang and have only fought to defend myself.

    I’ve never owned a Jeff George jersey (he sucked).

    It sucks that we lost Asomugha, it’s gonna hurt.

    Yes we lost Zach Miller but we didn’t replace him with a back-up blocking tight end. Boss might not match his statistics in yards and receptions but he’s out performed him in touchdown production.

    And yeah, having a head coach who quadrupled our point production last year will definitely suck.

    So you see, I don’t think you’re a hater. I just think you’re ignorant and don’t think for yourself. You regurgitate insults that you’ve read here and elsewhere like you’re some kind of sheep. You don’t know a thing about the Raiders. I was taught long ago if you don’t know what you’re talking about, shut the hell up.

  11. tatum064 says: Aug 23, 2011 1:20 PM

    Terrelle Pryor’s record speaks for itself

    One of the most highly sought after high school talents in the nation
    - 31-4 as a starter

    - Three Big Ten titles

    - Two-time BCS Bowl MVP (wins over Oregon and Arkansas)

    - 22 games with over 200 yards of offense

    - 2,164 rushing yards (Ohio State school record)

    - 57 passing touchdowns (tied an Ohio State record)

    All of that means nothing now, but the Raiders got a first round talent for a 3rd round pick. Whatever happens, happens. He has the luxury of learning and the Raiders didnt waste the 6 mil already paid to Tim Tebow.

    His salary is only 590,000, the Raiders have 3 free agent QB’s heading into 2012. The logic speaks for itself, and these “armchair GM’s” are pitiful. Many NFL Network analysts have already lauded him as a decent talent . Haters are just that. Haters. If the Pats took him, it’d be a “genius” pick. If we do it, its a “reach”.

  12. hobartbaker says: Aug 23, 2011 1:21 PM

    “Left my love before her time…. in O-hi-o,
    Left my love before her time….. in O-hi-0.”
    - The Low Anthem
    “To Ohio”

  13. The Chu says: Aug 23, 2011 1:21 PM

    TL;DR – Not all Raiders fans fall into your stereotype.

    @unfkwthabl

    In an effort to move away from straight name-calling to actual sports debate, let’s take this one-by-one:

    “Raider fans are the most delusional bunch.”
    The best way to debunk this myth is to simply prove I am a non-delusional Raider fan. Logically, since I am not delusional, the first statement is false.

    “7+ straight season on double digit losses and yet they still hold on to those SB wins from 30 years ago.”
    Every team goes through losing streaks, ours happens to be a long one. And in times of bad performance, fans will naturally think of the “good old days”. Consider it cherishing accomplishments rather than holding on to the past. To put it plainly, no team or its fans truly disregard past Super Bowl wins as forgotten.

    “They act like being a joke is somehow summed up to people just being haters.”
    People will disagree all the time, that’s a fact of life. Sure, some will rag on the Raiders regardless of win record, and that would be a hater. You certainly *seem* to be a hater, if not of the Raiders, then of currently bad teams. There are definite holes and needs on the team, so some criticism is warranted.

    “The fans are shaved head gang bangers who still wear jeff george jerseys and want to cry when people call the fans as they are… again summing it up to others being haters.”
    I am a fully-follicled, non-gang member who much rather prefers Rich Gannon’s years of excellence over the one year that Jeff George actually threw 11 TDs to James Jett. You can call me whatever you want, but the above description is inaccurate at best.

    “You lose a potential HOF corner in his prime after paying him 30+ million for two seasons and say “hes getting old” at 28… lol”
    I’ve only heard 2 Raiders fans make this statement, and it’s one I disagree with. To put it plainly, this loss sucked, but was expected. With the Raiders cap as it was, I believe it was goig to be impossible to re-sign Asomugha at market price (or higher). Even if you disagree with the other re-signings on defense, I would expect that most could see that one awesome corner can’t defend when 5 other positions are sorely lacking. I admit this might just be wishful thinking. But if there was never a chance to re-sign him, wouldn’t dwelling on it be “holding on to the past”?

    “you lose a top 5 TE whos under 25 and replace him with a blocking back up.. but somehow that 5th head coach youve had in 5-6 years will get you back to the playoffs..”
    This is actually the larger issue in my opinion. Asomugha might have been the better player, but Miller was more important to the team. If we’ve seen anything over his career, we know that Campbell absolutely needs his fallback options to check down to (see Chris Cooley). Now, I do think you’re underestimating Kevin Boss. He’s proven that he’s a capable receiver, and he is a better blocker, which you mentioned. Will he be “better”? Depends on what you’re evaluating. He won’t have Zach Miller numbers, but with Tavaris Jackson, Zach Miller might not have Zach Miller numbers. Also, the multiple head coaches is definitely a bad thing. But everyone agrees on that, even Raiders fans. At least Jackson was running the same system last year, so that’s a start.

    “no wonder you guys are so optimistic… your on drugs.”
    Here’s my “non-delusional Raider fan” realistic hope. We went 8-8 last year, and given some of the holes we still have (WR experience, untested CBs, can Campbell be a B- QB instead of a C) I’d be happy with 7-9. While that’s technically worse than last year, losing such high-caliber players and still approaching even would be a good year. I’d be *ecstatic* if we went 9-7 or even made the playoffs, but that’s doubtful in a loaded AFC.

  14. tatum064 says: Aug 23, 2011 1:22 PM

    firerosenthalthebastard says:
    Aug 23, 2011 12:42 PM
    Tatum he’s actually allowed to practice before week 1… then he must stop until week 6.
    =======================
    This is true. Unless the NFLPA steps in and appeals. The suspension is unprecedented. He committed the violation in college, not the NFL.

  15. bwisnasky says: Aug 23, 2011 2:08 PM

    Actually.. Nnamdi is 30.. born July 6th, 1981….

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