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Back from the bye, the Los Angeles Chargers announced a flurry of transactions on Tuesday as they gear up for the second half of the season.

The Bolts signed tight end Jeff Cumberland, activated linebacker Denzel Perryman from Reserve/Injured-Designated for Return and waived linebacker Josh Keyes and tackle Tyler Marz.  In addition, the team signed center-guard Cole Toner to the practice squad.

Cumberland is a 6-4, 260-pound tight end who is on his third stint with the Chargers.  However, this marks the eight-year veteran’s first stint on the 53-man roster. Cumberland first signed with the team in 2016, but spent the entire campaign on IR after suffering an Achilles injury in the preseason.  He rejoined the team this past offseason, but missed most of training camp with a minor injury.  Cumberland did appear in two preseason games before being released during final roster reductions.  The former Jet caught 86 passes for 1,119 yards and 10 touchdowns over 65 career games in New York, many of which came with Head Coach Anthony Lynn on the team’s staff.

Meanwhile, Perryman returns to the active roster after an ankle injury cost him the first half of 2017.  The third-year linebacker suffered the injury in the first preseason game, and was subsequently placed on IR a week before the season opener.  Perryman was designated for return in mid-October, and returned to practice before the Week 7 match against the Denver Broncos.  Per NFL rules, while those designated to return can practice after six weeks, they must miss at least eight games before being back on the active roster.  The 5-11, 240-pound Perryman has totaled 126 tackles, nine tackles for loss and four sacks over 26 career games.

In order to make room for Cumberland and Perryman, the Chargers waived Marz and Keyes.  Marz was signed off the Tennessee Titans’ practice squad in late September, but was inactive all six games he was on the active roster.  Keyes was signed in mid-October, appearing in two games on special teams.

Finally, the team signed former Arizona Cardinals draft pick Toner to the practice squad.   A 6-5, 300-pound product out of Harvard, he was selected in the fifth-round (170th overall) in the 2016 NFL Draft.  He appeared in two games last year for Arizona.  Toner most recently spent time on the New England Patriots practice squad. He takes the vacant spot created when the Cardinals signed Max Tuerk to the active roster.

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Once upon a time, a long time ago, there was team called the Oakland Raiders. They were a motley bunch, gutted of talent and cap space and struggling to field a competitive group. And then the rebuild began, but—as is true for most rebuilds—it was ugly.

The draft began to provide an influx of some nice talent, but it would take a while for them to grow up. In 2014, the Raiders were 0-10 in the midst of a 16-game losing streak while the Chiefs were 7-3, riding a 5-game winning streak that included beating the defending Super Bowl Champions Seattle Seahawks.

There’s no way the Raiders should have won that game, but lightning struck and young Derek Carr made his first game-winning TD throw to #89 James Jones.

That game was made into a fantastic finish courtesy of the Raiders defense, particularly Sio Moore, Khalil Mack, and an angry Justin Tuck.

his is what it sounds like to get an 0-16 Gorilla of your back.

The team that started 0-10 would finish 3-3 and that would give the team and the players something to build on. The next two season, they went 19-13 which brings us to now.

The previous 3-game losing streak that culminated with that missed extra point loss to the Chargers had the fanbase’s morale at a 3-year low. Expectations were focused on a deep playoff run (‘Super Bowl or Bust’) and the fact that struggles were punctuated by an anemic offense had heads spinning.

Like 2014, many gave the Raiders little chance to win, but the team rallied around each other, fought and battled, and overcame the adversity.

So, on the 4th try at the TD, when Crabtree caught the ball, got both knees down just inside the front left pylon, the screams were of a huge catharsis; the gorilla was not as large as in 2014, but a big one nonetheless.

This was the game of the year so far for the Raiders and may well mark the turning point of the season. If the Raiders go deep the rest of the year, we will look back at this game (and ‘the drive’) as setting the stage, much like the 2-point conversion in New Orleans set the stage for the 2016 season.

Most everything has already been said about this game, so I’ll just try to focus on a few more interesting bits :

I don’t believe this team ever doubted themselves. The attitude comes from the top and throughout the past 2+ years, they have always been mentally strong and focused. This team is made up of players that know how to grind and how to overcome. The fan base is far more fragile than this team is.
I do wonder if this young team was a little over-confident early in the year and if it has taken being ‘punched in the mouth’ 4x in a row to get back to grinding like they did last year. For young teams dealing with success can be as difficult as dealing with adversity.
Defensive frontline did a very good job overall. Limited Kareem Hunt to 19/93, 4.9 avg, but outside of one big run for 34 (more on that later), held him to 18/59, 3.3 avg. Lots of good fits, lots of good discipline, and great effort.
Hunt is a definite talent. Powerfully built and low; when he tucks down, he has nearly no tackling surface and even guys like NaVorro Bowman bounce off because they have nothing to wrap.

There has been obvious improvements on the defensive front week-to-week; if you study the video, you can see corrections being made and mistakes not being made twice. But still the main weakness is the DL recognizing draw plays; the young interior DL attack outside and upfield on pass sets and then leave huge holes inside. Hunt’s big run came on a draw.
Bruce Irvin et al were banging on Travis Kelce much of the night to keep him from getting a clean release. That helped the coverage out and limited Kelce’s performance. One of the times that Bruce didn’t/couldn’t bump Kelce resulted in that 1st quarter touchdown.
Ken Norton has been blitzing like crazy since week 1, notably being burnt by Kirk Cousins in Week 3 WAS game. Thursday, he showed blitz A LOT, but backed out almost every time. Two notable blitzes (both by Bowman), one was picked up and resulted in the Tyreek Hill TD, the other was not picked up and resulted in a key 3rd down incompletion.
Many of the fake blitzes forced KC to adjust protection calls, so when they backed out of the blitz, it would result in a 3/4-man rush with Khalil Mack having a 1-on-1. GREAT design.
Defense legitimately had 2 defensive stops on 3rd down that ended up otherwise. The strange Denico Autry personal foul (falling into Alex Smith’s legs) that extended a drive and the Keith McGill tipped ball to Albert Wilson TD. Point is that the defense is playing well enough to have held KC to ~16 pts. As they clean up more and more, we may see the defense improve, hopefully by end of year when it matters the most.
I admit that I did not trust the defense to get a 3-and-out at the end when the team needed it. They proved me wrong and rose up like champions. It reminded me of the end of the Carolina game.
Salute Vadal Alexander
Jared Cook was signed specifically to help beat the Chiefs. In 2016, the Raiders were down 8 and had a chance to win it. They went with this play :

2017, similar situation and go with:

It’s a great win, but it’s only one win. You don’t get extra points for beating a 5-1 team. So now take it in the cliche ‘one game at a time’-mode and focus on getting a win at Buffalo and getting to .500.

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