TALE OF THE TAPE

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  1. warner Derek Carr
    Tale Of The Tape: Better At Praising Jesus – Kurt Warner Vs. Derek Carr

    How do you explain the Raiders’ first victory in over a year? If your rookie quarterback Derek Carr, you simply “praise the name of Jesus.”

  2. ST LOUIS, MO - OCTOBER 18: Clayton Kershaw #22 of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitches in the first inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Six of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium on October 18, 2013 in St Louis, Missouri. San Francisco Giants Victory Parade and Civic Celebration
    Tale Of The Tape: SF Giants Awards Vs. All Other National Leage Teams

    It’s baseball award season again. After getting shut out of the Gold Gloves the San Francisco Giants are going to go home with very little to show for themselves this year. Here’s a closer look […]

  3. Al Davis - Oakland Raiders Wide receiver Cole Beasley #11 of the Dallas Cowboys pulls in a touchdown pass against cornerback Joselio Hanson #23 of the Oakland Raiders during the second quarter of a preseason game on August 9, 2013 at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, California. (Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
    Oakland Raiders Vs. San Antonio Raiders

    The Raiders keep flirting with San Antonio about potentially relocating the “commitment to excellence” movement to the Lone Star State. Would the move be a smart one for the franchise?

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    Tale Of The Tape: Who Is The AFC’s Biggest Loser?

    The NFL season is three weeks young and already the NFC knows who will be the last team to get in the win column, and judging from last week’s thrashing by Atlanta it could take Tampa Bay a while to get there. The story is a little different in the AFC, where the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars have looked capable of stealing a win at times. So who will

  5. MNF Pregame Nantz Simms
    Tale Of The Tape: Monday Night Football Vs. Thursday Night Football

    The Monday Night Football tradition dates back more than four decades, the Thursday Night affair on CBS is just weeks old, but the competition for football fun dominance is already fierce. Here’s a look at how they stack up.

  6. The Oakland Coliseum. (CBS) Gentry A's
    Tale Of The Tape: A’s $1.2M Coliseum Rent Vs. $1.1M Craig Gentry Salary

    The current proposed lease extension for the Oakland Athletics at the O.co Coliseum calls for the team to pay $1.25 million in rent for the 2015 season, more than most Bay Area studio apartments, but a pretty skimpy dent in a Major League Baseball operating budget. By Comparison, backup outfielder Craig Gentry is being paid $1.15 million this year. So what kind of return on investment are the A’s getting? Let’s compare.

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