For most of the Raider Nation, spirited and violent play was a simple way to explain how the Raiders operated in the 1970's.

A far easier act was letting someone watch Jack Tatum patrol the grounds he called home.

Jack, for most of his career in Oakland, was considered by many to be the best at what he did: forcing opponents to either give up on the ball or wake up on the sidelines wondering what area code they we...

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