Raiders’ Jordan believes in new coach, new start

By Anthony Carroll  |   Wednesday, August 15, 2007  |  Comments( 42 )

Oakland Raiders
Oakland Raiders running back LaMont Jordan has been physically, mentally and financially beaten over the past year. The 28-year-old running back, though, believes his new 32-year-old head coach is a good enough reason to have a positive outlook about the upcoming season. Although, any coach would have that effect after the year Jordan endured in...
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02:18 AM
I have seen Jordan perform at a good level 2 yrs ago. The extra motivation that Kiffin has induced will bring out the best in Jordan. If at that point he is not one of our top RB's great, if he is, great. Either way, the team is better for it. Sure would like to see what Bush can do.
02:53 AM
All anyone has to do is watch the Niners game from last season to see if Jordan deserves to make the final cut.
05:41 AM
I don't know if Lamont can be an elite back, yet he can be good. If he runs well and catches well, in this new offense, he can repeat his 2005 production. He might have fewer carries, unless he comes on strong, while Rhodes is out. If he does, he could retain his role as our main back. If he stumbles out of the gate, his playing time will be split amongst the other HBs. It would make sense to keep Micheal Bush on PUP through game 6. If the Raiders need him by then, they can bring him in gradually. Jordan has the early part of the season to prove he's the man. He can, yet, he's got more competition this time. The Raiders are much stronger at HB this year! The Return to Greatness Continues...
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