Ray Ratto

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The Raiders lost to the Jets on Sunday, but they didn't beat themselves with penalties. The problem was that they didn't help themselves on offense.
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Upsets, controversy and lopsided matches littered Saturday's NCAAF slate. Ray Ratto brings you this week's edition of his Top 25 rankings.
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Oakland politicians (yes, you, mayor Jean Quan) think they have a percolating deal with the Raiders.

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England, the losers in the Revolutionary War (or the War Of Western Aggression, if you still live in Europe), has spoken out on its favorite NFL teams.

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Wasn’t it swell of Jim Harbaugh to essentially declare what the 49ers’ policy on domestic violence is on KNBR Tuesday before

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If true, Ray McDonald has given a lot of people reason to tee off on him, but the greater concern should be for the real victim -- his fiancée.
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Here’s a fun fact in case you haven’t started a bar fight in a while. Since the All-Star Game, the Giants everyone maligns are 23-20, and the A’s who are America’s sweethearts are 20-22.

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And now, a holiday edition of Jump To Conclusions Theatre, with those masters of discipline the San Francisco 49ers.

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The Giants swept the NL Central leading Brewers Sunday, as Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence combined for seven hits, six runs and five RBI.
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It was an exciting kickoff weekend of NCAA football, with plenty of teams showing their colors. Ray Ratto hits you with his adjusted Top 25 rankings.
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Don’t go searching for a sensible precedent on Aldon Smith's suspension. Like all NFL disciplinary cases, it's based on ethereal things ... like Roger Goodell’s mood.
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The Raiders should starter Matt Schaub because he’s the plan. And throwing the plan away for the second straight year leaves Ray Ratto with one takeaway.
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The National Football League just got religion on domestic violence.

Well, they got Reform Episcopalianism, anyway.

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Yusmeiro Petit made history Thursday, but if the Giants want to play in October, they'll need him to be more than just a statistical anomaly.
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The NBA has changed its crowding beneath the baskets rules and of course, they deny that Paul George had anything to do with it.

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