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Mark Perlman 05-Dec-2012 18:18
Hello,

My name is Mark Perlman. I am the referee that appears in this picture (#9). Is there any way that I can purchase an 8 x 10 copy of this picture?

Thank you for your consideration of this request.

Mark Perlman
NFL LJ #9
Melvin Barnett 09-Oct-2012 01:42
My name is Melvin Barnett, I was #46 in training camp out in Napa 2002. I played 3 preseason games. I was wanted to know if you had more pictures from that time period?
chris 09-Aug-2011 21:37

Sac D We sit next to you at the games...we are selling these games...want to buy? Thanks Buddy!
2011 Raiders Tickets

124sec / 17row / 17-14seats "CLIFF'S Corner"

• Front Row
• Isle Seat
• 17th row, high enough to see whole field (Carved out area)
• Corner end-zone - Qrt Backs perspective
• VIP Parking

2011 Season Availble (4 tickets & VIP Parking - Sold as a 4some)

-10/16 Cleveland Browns / $330
-12/18 Detroit Lions /$330
-1/1 SD Chargers / $350
Guest 12-Jan-2011 02:05
Hey I have a private question, please email me.
Thanks!
Sac D04-Dec-2010 23:55
John S. recently asked:

Hi I wanted to know if I could get access to the photos from November 28, 2004. It it is the most memorable game that I have seen in my eight short (but long at times) years of being a Raiders fan. Although there last game against the chiefs was pretty awesome. But its really hard to to beat the Raiders in the snow, against the bitter rival broncos, in a last minute thriller.
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John, the handful of pics you see in the folder for that game are all taken by friends, so that's all I have. It was one of the most memorable games in modern Raiders history for sure!
Sac D04-Dec-2010 23:01
November 28, 2010:

So, they raised the price of parking on site from $33 to $35 yesterday...
not sure if I recall ever seeing a price increase in the middle of the
season before. Perhaps they are trying to squeeze the remaining fans to
try to make up the difference for all those that have quit parking in the
Coliseum lot so far this season because of the increase from $25 to $33 this
year.

Now that the team is showing it is fully capable of stinking the rest of the
way (whether the players now have "good attitudes" or not) the dwindling fan
base and number of season ticket holders will only make matters worse. Many
of the old timers I talked to yesterday are actively looking forward to the
end of the year, as the Raiders are out of gas and so are we fans.

I can't even imagine what things would look like with a new stadium! Who
would pay for that? And what kind of costs for tickets, parking,
concessions and such would we expect? And STILL have a coaching carousel
along with underperforming, over-rated draft picks and disgruntled has-beens
on the roster?

~Sac D~
John S. 11-Nov-2010 08:08
Hi I wanted to know if I could get access to the photos from November 28, 2004. It it is the most memorable game that I have seen in my eight short (but long at times) years of being a Raiders fan. Although there last game against the chiefs was pretty awesome. But its really hard to to beat the Raiders in the snow, against the bitter rival broncos, in a last minute thriller.
Michael Abar 05-Oct-2010 19:36
Hey Sac D, I have not heard from you in a long time. I got several shots of you on the big screen, send an email and I will forward them to you.
TULARER8DR 30-Dec-2009 18:37
Thank you for all the great pics you provide for some of us that cant always make it to games. Your pictures get me and the Raider Nation down here in the Central Valley pumpped to go to games when we can. Thank you again, and go RAIDERS!
Emma 22-Oct-2009 20:04
Hey we are going to be at the Raiders vs Jets game this Sunday. We are driving to the game from Southern Oregon are we are going to put together a short video of our game day adventures. We would love to meet you guys!
- aaron 01-Sep-2009 04:25
Very impressive website.
Sac D22-Aug-2009 15:56
Rivalry off the field not always friendly

By Matt O'Donnell, Sacramento Bee

Before there was a Raiders booster club in Sacramento, Denise Browne
recalls walking into sports bars with her silver and black jersey and
being taunted by 49ers fans.

"I wanted to watch my guys play in peace," Browne laughed.

She wondered if there were other Raiders fans in Sacramento who wanted
to watch the games in public.

There were.

Browne called the Raiders and was given the go-ahead to start a booster
club in Sacramento. The Raiders recognized the group in 1992, and the
Sactown Original Raiders Booster Club is still going strong.

"We had about 50 people that first year, and it grew to over 300 pretty
quick," said Browne, now the vice president. "That was before people had
big-screen TVs, so we'd go to sports bars to see them play."

The booster club survived the team's relocation to Los Angeles. Browne
estimated groups of Sacramento-area fans attended about three games per
season in Los Angeles. When the franchise returned to Oakland in 1995,
buses of fans made the trek down Interstate 80. Now the club uses more
of a carpool caravan.

Browne said about half of the booster club has season tickets and the
other half picks a few games to attend every season.

Now the group plans trips to training camp in Napa and one road game per
season. This year, it's Oct. 4 in Houston.

Browne has talked to her share of 49ers fans over the years. She said
she holds no animosity toward any of the knowledgeable supporters,
especially those who go all the way back to Kezar Stadium.

"I think you have to differentiate between them," she said. "There was a
portion of the Raider fans who jumped on the 49er bandwagon when they
were winning. It's funny, but a lot of times those bandwagon fans can
say the most vicious and nasty stuff."

Browne recalls going to Candlestick Park for an exhibition game three
years ago and being hassled and flipped off by 49ers fans. However, she
enjoys the good-natured ribbing that comes with the football rivalry.

There actually isn't much 49ers-Raiders history to speak of in the
series. Oakland holds a 6-5 edge in the regular season, so the
exhibition matchups are often the only times fans of the Bay Area teams
can compare their teams on the same field.

Del Stanback, a 49ers fan from Sacramento, plans to attend tonight's
game against the Raiders at Candlestick Park. He doesn't care much about
the result, preferring to see how the starters and new players perform.

The 49ers' fans, Stanback said, "are laid back and easy to get along
with. Raider fans are … "

Well, you can use your imagination on that one.

Stanback recalls going to a Raiders-Chiefs game in Oakland one season
and seeing the hysteria up close.

"(The fans) are just crazy," he said.

Browne had a tough time picking her least favorite 49ers of all time.

"I always appreciate talent," said Browne, who added that she had a hard
time accepting Jerry Rice when he first switched uniforms, joining the
Raiders in 2001.

Why do 49ers fans dislike Raiders fans so much? Browne has a theory
about that, too.

"I think that originated way back when when we had the image as the bad
boys and were intimidating to a lot of people. You went into Oakland,
and that was the house of pain," she said. "At the time, we had more
Super Bowl rings than they did, and we were right across the Bay."

RAIDERS VS. 49ERS


When: 5:15 p.m. today.

Where: Candlestick Park.

TV: Chs. 13, 58.

Radio: 49ers – KCTC (1320 AM), Raiders – KAHI (950 AM).

Line: 49ers by 3.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

1. Raiders rookies: The Raiders promise to start two rookies, Darrius
Heyward-Bey and Louis Murphy, at wide receiver. That combination didn't
fare well in scrimmages against the 49ers this week, especially with
JaMarcus Russell throwing the ball. The 49ers intercepted seven Raiders
passes Wednesday alone, some because receivers could not hold onto the
passes.

2. Alex Smith's last chance: The 49ers are close to choosing their
regular-season starting quarterback. Shaun Hill leads the competition,
but Alex Smith will have another chance to turn heads tonight. Smith is
a notoriously slow starter, but the 49ers' decision makers still believe
he ultimately will be their best quarterback.

3. Rushing the passer. Mike Singletary called the 49ers' pass rush
"nonexistent" following last week's game against Denver. The pass
rushers, especially the outside linebackers, will be under the
microscope. The best of the bunch, Parys Haralson, will not play because
of a foot injury. Promising but inconsistent Ahmad Brooks will replace him.
KK 30-Mar-2009 20:14
Love your site.. love your pics.... and I even kinda like you : )
Shannon 25-Feb-2009 06:26
You are crazy!!!
Sac D21-Dec-2007 04:09
http://bleacherreport.com/ by Greg Pitsch

It seems to be that no matter what the situation or how important of a
game it is, the Oakland Raiders are never on the receiving end of a fair
judgement call.

Remember just a few weeks ago, with New England marching up the field,
looking for a game winning touchdown against Baltimore?

What happened there? Wasn't there a pass interference call down in the
red zone, which gave them four more tries to win the game?

On Sunday, the Raiders had a favorable chance at winning the game
against the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts were facing a third and nine,
when a pass that was deemed complete was actually an incomplete pass.
So Peyton Manning rushed his team to the line and got the next play off.

That drive ended in Indianapolis scoring the go-ahead touchdown.

During the ensuing series, Oakland marched all the way up the field on
what seemed to be a game winning drive. In what ended up being
Oakland's last chance to win, Jerry Porter was interfered with on a 4th
and 6, taking away his oppurtunity to make the catch.

If the officials were not going to call it pass interference, it was at
the very least a holding call that was missed.

No matter who is playing, or what the situation, that call has to be
made. Especially in a play that dictated the outcome of the game.

Against the Packers just two weeks ago, there were two questionable
calls as well. On the punt return for a TD, Will Blackmon had actually
stepped out of bounds—but in the stadium they did not show a replay for
quite a while. On the broadcast of the game, it took six minutes until
we saw the replay.

I'm not saying Green Bay wouldn't have scoored, but they would have at
least had to earn it.

Then, on the ensuing kickoff, Chris Carr of the Oakland Raiders took the
ball to the house with no whistle blown. The Referee's got into a
huddle, where the white hat had to ask his entire crew if they saw his
knee down.

None of the "covering" officials saw his knee down—hence why no whistle
was blown. But a non-covering official saw his knee hit the turf, so
they brought the ball back to Raiders the 31 yard line.

The replay wasn't played for about five minutes, so the Raider's
couldn't challenge the call. When we finally got to see the replay, it
was shown that his knee in fact did not hit the turf.

All in all, that could have been a 10-14 point swing for the Raiders.

I know people are always saying how all that Raiders fans do is
complain, and argue that they should've won this or that game.

That is not what I am writing about. It is about why other teams get
those calls, and the Raiders do not.

Yeah, we sued the NFL, but we lost. Now let us enjoy the game again.
alicialee07-Aug-2007 00:31
Hi Sac d; I would love to be able to use one of your excellent photographs - if that's a possiblity would you please contact me on lee-hay at ihug.co.nz. Thanks very much
Alicia
New Zealand
joel 08-Nov-2006 23:35
hey sac, hey man the pics are great im going to over for the for the denver game and im bringing some more freinds from texas, we saw the cowboys with you last time i hope we have the same fortune for the broncos , see you there!
johnstout 30-Oct-2006 16:22
Wow! Over 200 pix from the Steeler's game. Me out here in Chi-town and big Mo out in Texas are loving it. Keep up the good work.

Johnstout
Brenda 13-Oct-2006 14:16
Keep up the good work
Marie 05-Sep-2006 19:12
Enjoyed a lot!
Maria 23-Dec-2005 22:19
Hey SAC,

It's Maria from the TX Hardcore. yes, the crazy one! i will be in Oakland next weekend for the Giants game. Would love to say hi. email me and I will give you details!!!
LIZ 22-Dec-2005 19:31
HI Sac! Im Liz see picture 04-k0082.jpg and 04-kc079.jpg so you can remember me.
Just stop by to say Hellow!!!
Johnstout 20-Dec-2005 16:49
Wow Sac-D! It looks as if Tristin is one of us. I should invite him to watch a game out here in Chicago. YO! What's up with the Cleveland game pix?

Stout
Tristin Inman 28-Nov-2005 03:39
Well aparatnly our loss have knocked us out of the playoff chances, but Im still a life-long Raiders fan form ILL, have been since birth always will be, Im stoked im 18 so I can go get my Raiders tattoo. I punched a window whe nthe Raiders lost the Super Bowl, I couldnt help it I was furious, I almsot assaulted a CHiefs fan at my local county fair that was fun. Peace out Sac D keep up the good work on ur site. GO RAIDER NATION.
FUCK DENVER.
RaiderTris
JUAN L. (EL PASO) 04-Oct-2005 14:21
FORGOT MY E-MAIL.
JUAN L. (EL PASO) 04-Oct-2005 14:20
THANKS TO YOU AND ALL YOUR CLAN FOR MAKING US FEEL WELCOME AT YOUR TAILGATE FOR THE RAIDER-C`BOY GAME. WE HAD A GREAT TIME AND HOPE TO BE OUT THERE SOMETIME SOON.
Mo 22-Sep-2004 02:38
Sac D, Now you know I need my own Raider bobble-head doll out here in Texas.
What time is it "D".
Holla.
Johnstout 22-Sep-2004 00:24
SAC!

I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT YOU HAVE A BOBBLE-HEAD! YOU ARE ONE REAL SICK DUDE! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

CHICAGO IS COLD BROTHA!

JOHNSTOUT!
Patricia 07-Jul-2002 02:38
Wowowo~it's so fancy!
I love this one! ^^