All over Southern California there must be hundreds of thousands of fans like me living and dying with the antics of our beloved Raiders. Since they moved here, I have always taken great comfort that when they did lose, they didn't get blown out of the stadium. Now that comfort is gone.
With all the time and effort which the coaches put into football fundamentals, does it not seem a most costly oversight that instruction first and last is not given in ball-handling, ball protection, and hanging on to passes which hit the receiver in the numbers? A professor of juggling could do wonders for these mush-handers.
JOHN D. ANDREWS
Palos Verdes Peninsula