MCM Play of the Week (Week 1)


1-0 baby! Yes, it was the Raiders. But how can you not be excited about this team right now. I love when this team provides me with tons of choices for PoTW. Hopefully, they'll do the same for me next week against the Steelers (and maybe a highlight involving Albert Haynesworth!)

Videos after the jump


A. Vince Young to Nate Washington 56-yard TD pass.

Wow. That safety bit harder than Tyson! This is what the threat of CJ does for us, though. Oh, and Nate Washington DIDN'T drop the ball!!!111!!!1!!1! I'd rather VY stop and plant his feet before he throws this ball to ensure it's accuracy, but I guess if he can be accurate like that I don't mind.

B. Jacob Ford sacks Jason Campbell and forces fumble.

He timed this rush perfect. Not only did the D-line do a good job getting pressure yesterday, but when they got to the QB they did a good job getting the ball out. This play would have had a better chance at winning PoTW if Michael Griffin wouldn't have layed on the guy's foot.

C. Javon Ringer 15-yard TD run.

Congrats to Ringer on his first NFL touchdown! I said it last week and I'll say it again: We will be lucky to keep Ringer as our #2 RB next year. However, in the time being, we need to come up with a nickname for the duo. I don't have one for the duo, but I do have good one for Ringer (that Mike Keith gave unintentionally). Fresh Legs!

D. Chris Johnson 76-yard TD run.

Isn't it nice to have a player, that when he gets a little space, it's an automatic touchdown. What makes this play even better is the fact that the Raiders had 8-9 guys in the box all day. I also love Frank Wycheck's "See ya!" comment in the middle of the play.

E. Chris Johnson 4-yard TD run.

If his other run didn't put the game away, this one surely did. The O-line opened a nice hole for our goal-line RB.

F. Chris Hope intercepts Jason Campbell.

This wasn't a very good pass by Campbell, but also doesn't hurt that Hope was where he was supposed to be. It was really good to see our safeties return to their dominant form.

G. Vince Young to Bo Scaife 1-yard TD pass.

Vince Young has seemed to learn how to throw a touch pass accurately this offseason. This play will we open every play this year with a dominant running game.

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