10.10: Bill Romanowski's message to the Raiders and Hue Jackson
I well there is little question this is among the most emotional weekends you're gonna get National Football League Jackson crying on the sideline late in the press conference early Greg Papa Ryan. You've got fans showing up late what do you do here it's an emotional. Gut wrenching to have me I break him a guy that's bull crap. You'd think -- you think Colt McCoy. Is worried about you know Al Davis he's thinking about one thing. Upcoming an air tickets and you know -- A guy I think what I I don't really believe this is one of those weeks. And huge this is my this is what I say to you this is one of those weeks where you coached opposite to what you feel. They're comedy in the year to ten to rip your heart out there comedy here to kick the Raiders spots they're hoping everybody. This turns in this sob story. Everyone's crying at a funeral and all that we'll guess why. This is the and that now and you said it. Mr. Davis would not want you. To be. Doing all kinds of celebrations at the game win this 1 for am. Now when this one for the Raiders that's what the Raiders are all about that's what the brand is all about that is what the mystique is all about. And this is one of those pivotal weeks you win big on the road in Houston and I tell you what they're being not. Nothing worse then I'll let down against that team that is an absolute. Must win. When you put Cleveland on your schedule you say -- it right next -- that guess what. It has to be when it's got to be done in practice.
An animated Bill Romanowski has a clear and direct message to Hue Jackson and the Raiders