Get Pumped About Punting, Raiders Fans

Monday's preseason starter between the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys is already a heated 0-0 contest. The highlight for the Raiders in the first quarter was an exceptional punt by Marquette King that started a Cowboys drive at the half-yard line.

Raiders fans are definitely hoping that "the highlight of the first quarter was a punt" isn't something that will need to be written with great regularity over the course of the season. The Raiders may in fact end up being a very competitive team this year. But just on the off chance they're not -- you know, just in case -- it's probably a good idea to learn how to celebrate the little things. Like a great punt.

Here, let King show you how:

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Mmmmmm, that's good puntin'!

For the latest on the Dallas Cowboys, be sure to check out Blogging the Boys and SB Nation Dallas. For all things Oakland Raiders, check out Silver & Black Pride, as well as SB Nation Bay Area.

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