- RAIDER RULE NO. 2: See Raider Rule No. 1.
- Through 11 games, the Raiders lead the league in penalties (105) and penalty yardage (867), which is a relatively new development for second-year Raiders coach Jack Del Rio as his Jacksonville teams were some of the least penalized in the league at the time.
- Raiders shake off penalties, climb to No. 2 in power rankings
- You can hear former Raiders linebacker Matt Millen cackling as he recalls the signs, real or fictional, adorning Oakland’s locker room, the ones that read: RAIDER RULE NO. 1: Cheating is encouraged.
- Then again, the Raiders did set an NFL record with 23 penalties for a franchise-record 200 yards in an overtime road victory Oct 30 against Tampa Bay.
Following their win against Carolina, the Raiders reached No. 2 in ESPN’s Power Rankings for the first time since the final 2002 regular-season poll.
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- Lets separate the men from the boys # MizFantasyFootballMinute
- MizFantasyFootballMinute all u need to know for this week in Fantasy Football.
- Draft is over and ‘s my team (MoneyMakers) of the NFL Network Celebrity Fantasy Football League.
- # Moneymakers > # ElPosible if u look at his photo u will see an interesting photo.
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- Bill Belichick says short kickoff strategy helped the Patriots win (124)
- NE could really use a copy of Rex’s playbook.
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Glenn Gronkowski, the youngest brother of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, worked out for the Patriots on Monday, ESPN reported. The Patriots are among the league’s busiest teams with workouts and doing their advance homework on potentially available players, so there’s no indication that Baby…
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- Ben Roethlisberger wanted Steelers to sign Eric Weddle, now the ‘enemy’
- PITTSBURGH — After the Pittsburgh Steelers signed former San Diego Chargers tight end Ladarius Green, Ben Roethlisberger got intel on his new target from buddy Eric Weddle, the longtime Chargers safety.
- The Steelers never made a big enough offer to sway Weddle.
- The Steelers were considered one of four teams courting then-free agent Weddle, a former Pro Bowler who got $13 million guaranteed from Baltimore.
- The Steelers didn’t get Weddle for several reasons: the money, a deep safety draft and the desire to get younger on defense.
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@ESPNNFL: “Ben Roethlisberger wanted Steelers to sign Eric Weddle, now the ‘enemy'”
Ben Roethlisberger urged his friend Eric Weddle to join the Steelers this offseason, but the safety ended up signing with AFC North rival Baltimore.
Ben Roethlisberger wanted Pittsburgh Steelers to sign Eric Weddle, now