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RE: [GoRaiders-BAM! Right in the eye!] Raiders-Niners Square Off In 2006

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  • Antoinette Gonzalez
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA LET THE ASS KICKIN START BABY, WE WE RE DOWN, BUT NOW WE BACK, BIGGER, BETTER, AND STRONGER THAN EVER..........WIN, LOSE, AND OR TIE, THIS
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      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA LET THE ASS KICKIN START BABY, WE WE'RE DOWN, BUT NOW WE
      BACK, BIGGER, BETTER, AND STRONGER THAN EVER..........WIN, LOSE, AND OR TIE,
      THIS GRL'S ALL RAIDER TILL SHE DIE'S.
      ANTOINETTE" MISS RAIDERZ "GONZALEZ
      CO-MODERATOR OF THIS AWESOME GROUP OF OFF THE CHAIN, TRUE TILL WE DIE
      RAIDER FAN'S

      >From: "wonderfulkat "
      >Reply-To: GoRaiders@yahoogroups.com
      >To: "GoRaiders (POST)" <GoRaiders@yahoogroups.com>
      >Subject: [GoRaiders-BAM! Right in the eye!] Raiders-Niners Square Off In
      >2006
      >Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2006 13:29:49 -0700 (PDT)
      >
      >Raiders-Niners Square Off In 2006 POSTED: 8:18 am PDT April 7,
      >2006
      > UNDATED -- The San Francisco 49ers will battle their cross-bay rival the
      >Oakland Raiders for real in 2006 as the teams square off in the regular
      >season.The two Bay Area teams have been regular preseason opponents but
      >haven't met in the regular season since a 2002 Niners 23-20 overtime win.
      >The Raiders won a 34-28 overtime contest in 2000. "Playing a regular-season
      >game against the Raiders will be exciting for the entire Bay Area," coach
      >Mike Nolan said. "Any time you play a cross-town rival or a division
      >opponent it always seems to energize the fans and the team." San Francisco
      >opens the season against at Arizona on Sept. 10 in the Cardinals' new
      >stadium. The 49ers' home opener is the following week against St. Louis.
      >Other home games on the schedule are Sept. 24 against Philadelphia, Oct. 15
      >against San Diego, Nov. 5 against Minnesota, Dec. 10 against Green Bay and
      >Dec. 24 against Arizona. The 49ers will travel to New Orleans on Dec. 3 to
      >face the Saints, who return home
      > next season after a year away because of Hurricane Katrina. Other road
      >games include a trip to Kansas City on Oct. 1, Chicago on Oct. 29, Detroit
      >on Nov. 12, St. Louis on Nov. 26 and Denver on Dec. 31. The Niners have
      >their bye on Oct. 22.Meanwhile, the Raiders will have four games in prime
      >time next season, including their season opener at home Sept. 11 against
      >the San Diego Chargers. The game against San Diego will mark Art Shell's
      >first game in his second stint as Raiders coach and is part of a Monday
      >night doubleheader on ESPN. The Raiders also play at night on NBC's Sunday
      >night football on Oct. 15 at Denver, at Seattle on Monday, Nov. 6, and home
      >against Kansas City on Saturday, Dec. 23.The other highlight of the
      >schedule include a home game against Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh on Oct.
      >29. Oakland plays at Baltimore in the second week of the season and then
      >has its bye the following week. The Raiders also host Cleveland on Oct. 1,
      >Arizona on Oct. 22, Denver on Nov.
      > 12. Houston on Dec. 3, and St. Louis on Dec. 17. Oakland's other road
      >games are at Kansas City on Nov. 19, at San Diego on Nov. 26, at Cincinnati
      >on Dec. 10 and a season-ending game at the New York Jets on Dec. 31.
      >
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