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Where Do You Talk About Your Favorite Team?

#NFL #Raiders So you may or may not be into the whole message board thing. You might only shoot the breeze on all things Raiders with roommates or friends. To many of us, that is fine, but we also like to read and post about what other Raiders fans are thinking and saying.

There are a few options out there for Raiders related discussion. Some of the well known ones being:

Raiderfans.net -> While a great site of Raiders fans, there seems to be a lacking in honest Raiders fans. Just too many homers clogging the board to have good Raiders related conversation.

ESPN.com Raiders Message Board -> A clean and simple format, a lot of news and good reads, but trolls have taken over the board and ESPN has no interest in fixing the current format.

CBS Sportsline Raiders Message Board -> While the topics are decent and the board lacks the troll annoyances, the overall usability of the board is hampered by a poster ranking system. If you are new, your posts are stuck at the bottom and no one responds to you. The overall UI is a too crowded and not user friendly.

Lastly, there is the Raider Nation Station Message Board. This is a not well-known place I created to be a hangout for a smaller sub group of Raiders fans. Knowledgeable fans can come hereand have heated arguments, but gain respect for the other posters. It needs a handful of good posters to get it off the ground.

I am calling you. If you think you know a thing or two about the Raiders and want to share your opinions. Especially if you disagree with anything I blog about. I want you to tell me why on this board.

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