The Raiders' report card for Sunday's 38-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints:

<b>Quarterbacks: D</b> More and more, Carson Palmer's faults (2 ints) seem to outweigh his positives (312 yards).

<b>Running Backs: A</b> Marcel Reece was stellar moving from FB to HB to fill in for injured McFadden and Goodson.

<b>Receivers: D</b> TE Brandon Myers dropped 2 passes, and WR Denarius Moore continues to struggle.

<b>Offensive Line: B</b> The Saints brought a lot of blitzes, and the line held up for the most part.

<b>Defensive Line: D</b> Very quiet games for Tommy Kelly and Lamarr Houston.

<b>Linebackers: C</b> The stat book says Rolando McClain made 10 tackles, but it sure didn't feel like it.

<b>Defensive Backs: F</b> New Orleans' bevy of dangerous receivers was open all day long.

<b>Special Teams: D </b>A 75-yard kickoff return by Saints' Travaris Cadet, and a rare day of mediocrity for P Shane Lechler.

<b>Coaching/Overall: F </b>The Oakland defense seems unable to stop anybody right now, least of all the dangerous Saints.


* Size: The 13,000-square-foot winery includes 3,500

square feet of space not linked to production, plus an additional

7,800 square feet of underground storage space. Opponents say it's

too big and will lead to piecemeal expansion of winery activities.

* Traffic: 16 daily one-way trips, including employees and guests,

plus two truck trips a month will add to an already dangerous road,

opponents say, and $40,000 in improvements won't help.

* Soils:

Studies show naturally occurring asbestos and mercury don't exist

on the property, county and owner says. Critics say the toxins

could be disturbed by construction.

* Water: Groundwater sources are sufficient and winery won't affect

nearby creeks, county says. Property on steep slope that drains

into sensitive watershed, critics say. * Wildlife: Site within

former critical habitat for peregrine falcon. But the falcon is no

longer an endangered species, so habitat designation no longer

applies. If raptors are found, construction will be delayed until

after nesting season.