Raiders Video: Hue Jackson Memorable Locker Room Speech Tributes Al Davis

Check out this video now on Raiders.com. Seriously, don't worry about this article. Go click the link and watch one of the more moving moments of the 2011 NFL regular season, perhaps the entire 2011 sports season.

Hue Jackson showed incredible emotion after the Oakland Raiders beat the Houston Texans in remembering owner Al Davis.  Jackson talked about how much Davis's death hurt him incredibly, and how he was with the players today and loved everyone in the Raiders organization, and how there was no way this team would lose.

It's the kind of thing you love to see from coaches and athletes. Standing up for the memory of a loved member of their family, and winning a game to honor the memory of someone who meant a lot to them.

For more on Jackson and the Raiders' win, head over to Silver and Black Pride. For more on the Texans, head over to Battle Red Blog.

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