There was a time Al Davis was remembered mostly by "Just win, baby." Something he said immediately following Super Bowl XVIII, the Raiders' third championship in eight years. The man was an untouchable, on top of the football world. Sadly, the next 25 years would do more to tarnish his legacy, basically converting a once proud franchise into an oft-used punchline. The man fancied himself as revolutionary, a nonconformist, a rebel. And that's great so long as, at some point, one can successfully reinvent. Once an innovator, he went the way of a madman. This is how Al Davis is mostly remembered. Two decades after winning three Super Bowls in a four-year span, Jerry Jones now boasts the league's most valuable franchise and that grand building in Arlington. His legacy resides more with the stadium than anything relating to football. Not that it's a bad thing. In fact, who's to say this isn't Jerry's preference? If it isn't, well, that's another story.