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Ryan can't possibly feel safe

When you've endured a disappointing 4-9 season, like the Oakland Raiders, there's plenty of blame to go around. The Oakland Raiders, who host the Tennessee Titans Sunday, would have to win each of their last three games to avoid a second straight losing season with losses in double-digits. Since Al Davis has become the owner, none of the three coaches survived double-digit loss seasons. Not Tom Flores (1987). Not Joe Bugel (1997). And not Bill Callahan (2003).

Norv Turner has a couple of things going for him but that doesn't necessarily mean he won't be on shaky ground. Turner favors an offense that Davis covets. The Raiders do not have the in-house squabbling that took place last season. On the surface the players are supporting their coaches but it begs the question. Are they sincere in their support? Or did they realize that after last year's...

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