“You Know It’s Going To Be A War”: Maxx Crosby Issues Red Alert For Week 15 Game vs Chargers

Published 12/14/2023, 12:44 PM EST

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Maxx Crosby’s got more determination than a rookie chasing his first touchdown. Knee injury? Just a minor inconvenience. The defensive dynamo was listed as questionable, but looks like he’s strapping on his pads and diving into the action against the LA Chargers. An inter-divisional showdown that’s got Crosby’s adrenaline pumping like a quarterback in the fourth quarter. He spilled the beans on his latest podcast.

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The Raiders are in a bit of a pickle with only four games left in the regular season. But hey, in Crosby’s world, adversity is just another word for a challenge waiting to be conquered. This NFL sportsmanship award finalist didn’t just share tidbits; he dropped major bombshells about the impending clash.

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Maxx Crosby’s not just a defensive force; he’s a belief machine. He’s out here, declaring that the Las Vegas Raiders‘ goals are still on the horizon. But let’s tackle the elephant in the room–those slow starts that have been haunting the Silver and Black. Maxx laid it out on the latest episode of ‘The Rush with Maxx Crosby.’

Crosby’s preaching it like a football gospel for the final stretch, “Got a ton of respect for ’em… they got a ton of good players Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen… every time you step out there, you know it’s gonna be a war.” Crosby is not just showing up; he’s showing up at his absolute best. Consider this a heads-up, Bolts–Maxx Crosby’s about to bring the storm.

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But it’s the season of the backup QB, and the Chargers are rolling into Raider Nation with their QB2. Meanwhile, the Raiders will either continue to start a rookie or return to the starter-turned-backup.

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The Raiders QB trifecta: Who will emerge as the hero?

Maxx Crosby’s out there, tearing up the turf with a knee that’s seen better days, but you won’t catch him slacking. The same, unfortunately, can’t be said for the Raiders’ starting quarterback saga. It’s been more of a QB carousel than a smooth ride. Jimmy Garoppolo kicked off the season, teaming up with Josh McDaniel, but their rhythm was like a broken record. In came Aiden O’Connell and Antonio Pierce to shake things up. O’Connell got his shot, but the QB roulette continued as Pierce now faces the ultimate quarterback conundrum. Enter Brian Hoyer, the potential starter, ready to sling it and bring it. Will the Raiders stick with the rookie or bring back the starter-turned-backup?

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The plot thickens as we shift from the bright lights of Las Vegas to the glitz of LA. Justin Herbert, the Chargers’ star, joins the elite injured QB club with a finger fracture on his throwing hand. It’s a quarterback showdown, and the question on everyone’s mind is, who’s going to emerge unscathed from this gridiron drama?

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Jhelum Mehta

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