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Phrase The other team's quarterback must go down and must go down hard.
Anchor Keith Olbermann
Reference Raiders owner Al Davis 
Sport Football

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A late hit penalty on the quarterback.
Al said this because he figures in the first 10 times the QB gets the ball and he gets hit, it will set the tone for the game!
Proper pronunciation: "Tha ottha team's kwarddaback must go dawhn and must go dawhn hawd!"
When the other team's QB is throwing for 400 yards, and you need to bump him out of his rhythm with some feeling.
When Olbermann showed a foiled robbery attempt in Grand Rapids, Michigan on "Countdown" he said "The thief went down and he went dawhn hawd."
Al said this because he figures in the first 10 times the QB gets the ball and he gets hit, it will set the tone for the game!
The Raider defensive game plan was set up all around intimidation. Putting hard hits on everyone not just the quarterback. Making the other team pay just for touching the ball.
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