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Scoreboard Roundup – 9/14/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 9/14/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL: Chicago Bears 28 (1-1) - San Francisco 49ers 20 (1-1)

Buffalo Bills 29 (2-0) - Miami Dolphins 10 (1-1)

Washington Redskins 41 (1-1) Jacksonville Jaguars 10 (0-2)

Dallas Cowboys 26 (1-1) - Tennessee Titans 10 (1-1)

Arizona Cardinals 25 (2-0) - New York Giants 14 (0-2)

New England Patriots 30 (1-1) - Minnesota Vikings 7 (1-1)

Cleveland Browns 26 (1-1) - New Orleans Saints 24 (0-2)

Cincinnati Bengals 24 (2-0) - Atlanta Falcons 10 (1-1) 

Carolina Panthers 24 (2-0) - Detroit Lions 7 (1-1)

San Diego Chargers 30 (1-1) - Seattle Seahawks 21 (1-1) 

Houston Texans 30 (2-0) - Oakland Raiders 14 (0-2)

St. Louis Rams 19 (1-1) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 (0-2) 

Denver Broncos 24 (2-0) - Kansas City Chiefs 17 (0-2)

Green Bay Packers 31 (1-1) - New York Jets 24 (1-1)

MLB: Washington Nationals 3 (85-63) - New York Mets 0 (72-78)

Miami Marlins 5 (72-76) - Philadelphia Phillies 4 (69-80)

Pittsburgh Pirates 7 (79-70) - Chicago Cubs 3 (65-84)

Milwaukee Brewers 9 (78-72) - Cincinnati Reds 2 (71-79)

Tampa Bay Rays 6 (72-78) - Toronto Blue Jays 5 (77-71)

Detroit Tigers 6 (83-66) - Cleveland Indians 4 (76-72)

Minnesota Twins 6 (63-86) - Chicago White Sox 4 (68-81)

St. Louis Cardinals 4 (83-67) - Colorado Rockies 1 (59-90) 

Texas Rangers 10 (57-92) - Atlanta Braves 3 (75-74)

Boston Red Sox 8 (66-84) - Kansas City Royals 4 (81-67)

Los Angeles Dodgers 4 (85-64) - San Francisco Giants 2 (82-67)

Houston Astros 6 (66-83) - Los Angeles Angels 1 (93-56)

Arizona Diamondbacks 8 (61-88) - San Diego Padres 6 (68-80)

Oakland Athletics 4 (83-66) - Seattle Mariners 0 (80-68)

Baltimore Orioles 3 (89-60) - New York Yankees 2 (76-72)

NASCAR: Brad Keselowski won at Chicagoland Speedway in the first race of the Chase.

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Ray Rice to Appeal Suspension

Ray Rice to Appeal Suspension

Rob Carr/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Ray Rice is expected to appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL, ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter reports.

Rice was originally handed a two-game suspension for his domestic violence case and then released by the Ravens and suspended indefinitely after TMZ Sports released a video tape of him hitting his wife in an Atlantic City, New Jersey elevator in February.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell admitted that he did not get the suspension right and later instituted a six-game suspsension and a lifetime ban for a seond domestic violence offense.

Rice must file the appeal by 11:59 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

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Rams Reward Defensive End Robert Quinn with Four-Year Extension

Rams Reward Defensive End Robert Quinn with Four-Year Extension

National Football League(NEW YORK) -- Recognizing he's one of hte best defensive lineman in the NFL, the St. Louis Rams have rewarded defensive end Robert Quinn with a four-year extension.

ESPN is reporting Quinn's new deal is worth $66.575 million with $41.2 million guaranteed. Quinn's new deal will keep him under contract with St. Louis through the 2019 season. His new will began at the start of 2016.

"My family and I are excited about this opportunity," Quinn told the team's official website. "I would like to thank (owner) Mr. (Stan) Kroenke, the organization, my teammates, coaches, and the St. Louis Rams fans for their support. St. Louis has become home for my family and I, and we look forward to being here for the long term."

Now in his fourth season in the NFL, Quinn has established himself as one of the premier pass rushers in the league.

The 24-year-old Quinn recorded 19.0 sacks last season, which was the second-most in the NFL. He also had 10.5 sacks in 2012.

With Quinn locked up, the Rams have one of the best defensive lines in the league. Along with Quinn they also have Chris Long, Michael Brockers, and rookie Aaron Donald.

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49ers Ready to Host Bears

49ers Ready to Host Bears

Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images(SAN FRANCISCO) -- The San Francisco 49ers are looking to improve to 2-0 on Sunday when they will have their season opener at the new $1.2 billion Levi's Stadium against the Chicago Bears.

San Francisco is coming off a 28-17 win over the Cowboys and Chicago has not won in the bay area in almost three decades.

"I think everyone's focused on Chicago," 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepnerick said when asked about the pressure of getting a win in their first home game.  "I don't think we're worried about having our first game here, we're worried about trying to get this win."

The last time the Bears won in the Bay Area was in 1985 when they went on to win the Super Bowl.

"Scheme wise, they're just extremely sound, they know exactly what they want to do," Bears quarterback Jay Culter said of the 49ers defense.  "They're going to bring pressure; they've got very talented guys."

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Saints Prepare for Browns

Saints Prepare for Browns

Chris Graythen/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The New Orleans Saints will travel to Cleveland to take on the Browns on Sunday.

New Orleans is looking to avoid their first 0-2 start since the 2007 season and the Browns come into the losing their last eight in a row.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees went 29 for 42 with 333 yard with a touchdown and an interception in the 37-34 loss to Atlanta last week.

"We don't feel like it's doomsday, but there is a sense of urgency to get better," Brees said this week.

"Biggest thing on the road is communication," Brees continued.  "I feel like we've got a pretty good system when it comes to that, but it's always a challenge."

Cleveland last won their home opener in 2004 and quarterback Brian Hoyer knows the Saints defense will be tough to beat.

"For me, I try to get rid of the ball relatively quick," Hoyer said of the Saints defense.  "I think it has to do with your preparation and knowing what the defense is trying to do. Against a team that is coached by Rob Ryan, sometimes that’s hard because he can try to confuse you, so you really have to be on top of your game preparation and see as many looks as you can and then try to take that to the field."

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NFLPA Approves Drug Policy Changes

NFLPA Approves Drug Policy Changes

Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The NFL Players Association approved a league proposal to change its drug policy.

Some of the areas the new policy will affect are marijuana procedures, HGH testing and amphetamines. The threshold for marijuana testing has been raised from 15 to 35 nanograms per milliliter. As for amphetamines, a first time positive test during the offseason will now be evaluated under the Substances of Abuse Policy. During the season, violations will still be viewed under the Performance Enhancing Drug Policy. Finally, human growth hormone testing has been approved for the 2014 season. The changes will have an immediate effect on the status of a few players. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, Broncos receiver Wes Welker and Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick will be allowed to rejoin their teams. Schefter also reports, Browns receiver Josh Gordon has had his yearlong suspension reduced to 10 games.

"This is an historic moment for our Players and our League," NFLPA President Eric Winston said. "We have collectively bargained drug policies that will keep the game clean and safe, but also provide our players with an unprecedented level of fairness and transparency. Players should be proud of their union for standing up for what was best for the game."

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Vikings Running Back Peterson Indicted, Deactivated

Vikings Running Back Peterson Indicted, Deactivated

Andy Lyons/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted by a Montgomery County, Texas grand jury on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child. A warrant has been issued for Peterson's arrest and he will reportedly turn himself in.

Peterson is accused of using a switch, a flexible tree branch used to swat a child across the backside, on his four-year-old son last May. When the child returned to Minnesota, his mother took him to a doctor where multiple lacerations, cuts, and bruises where found across his thighs, buttocks, and hands.

A police report says the son told doctors his father hit him with a branch from a tree. It also quotes one doctor as saying the wounds were "child abuse" while another deemed the cuts "excessive".

The Vikings released a statement early Friday evening saying they were in the process of gathering information regarding the All-Pro's legal situation. Minnesota has since deactived the running back for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. 

"This indictment follows Adrian’s full cooperation with authorities who have been looking into this matter.  Adrian is a loving father who used his judgment as a parent to discipline his son," said his attorney, Rusty Hardin, in a statement. "He has cooperated fully with authorities and voluntarily testified before the grand jury for several hours.  Adrian will address the charges with the same respect and responsiveness he has brought to this inquiry from its beginning.  It is important to remember that Adrian never intended to harm his son and deeply regrets the unintentional injury.”

Peterson is in his eighth season in the NFL, all with Minnesota, amassing more than 10,000 yards in his career.

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Ravens Pummel Steelers Amidst Rice Distraction

Ravens Pummel Steelers Amidst Rice Distraction

Doug Pensinger/Getty Images(BALTIMORE) -- If the Baltimore Ravens were distracted by the controversy surrounding former teammate Ray Rice, they didn't show it Thursday night. Joe Flacco threw for two touchdowns and Justin Tucker made all four of his field goal attempts as the Ravens pummeled the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-6. Raven players fielded questions all week about former teammate Ray Rice, who was released by the team and then indefinitely suspended by the NFL for domestic violence. A video was released by TMZ Sports Monday showed Rice knocking out his then-fiancee (now wife) Janay Palmer during a dispute.

The Ravens showed quickly that they were ready to play Thursday when Flacco found tight end Owen Daniels for a two yard touchdown pass on their first drive of the game. The next time the Ravens received the ball, they drove it 65 yards before Justin Tucker hit a 30 yard field goal. Flacco finished the game completing 21-of-29 passes for 166 yards. Ben Roethlisberger was sacked twice and completed 22-of-37 passes for 217 yards and an interception for Pittsburgh (1-1) in the loss.

 

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Cardinals LB Abraham Takes Leave, Contemplating Retirement

Cardinals LB Abraham Takes Leave, Contemplating Retirement

David Dermer/Diamond Images/Getty Images(TEMPE, Ariz.) -- Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham has taken a leave of absence and told his coach Bruce Arians that he's losing his desire to play football.The 36-year-old Abraham, who is the NFL's all-time active sacks leader (133.5), left the team's win over the San Diego Chargers in the third quarter Monday with a concussion. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, Abraham has dealt with severe memory loss for more than a year.

"I think when you get to that age, and for whatever reason, if that game on Monday Night Football and that atmosphere didn't have you flying around like always or more, then something is missing," Arians said. "That's basically what he reflected to me. He said, 'There were times in that game I wasn't in it, and that's not fair to my teammates. I've got to decide if this is what I still really want to do.'"

Abraham was selected with the 13th overall pick in the 2000 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. He's played in 192 games since then recording 547 tackles, 47 forced fumbles, and one touchdown.

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Cardinals Edge Chargers, 18-17, on Monday Night

Cardinals Edge Chargers, 18-17, on Monday Night

Scott Boehm/Getty Images(GLENDALE, Ariz.) -- Veteran Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer rallied the Cardinals past the Chargers on opening night with a 13-yard touchdown pass to John Brown late in the fourth quarter.

The Cardinals defense did the rest and batted down a Philip Rivers pass on fourth down for the 18-17 win.

"It was a sweet little touchdown," Palmer said of Browns first-career touchdown. "That's what he does. He's so shifty. It's like somebody's controlling him with a joystick. He is so quick and so hard to find on those little quick screens."

Arizona was down 17-6 entering the fourth quarter and Palmers' two touchdown passes in the fourth gave them the lead for good.

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald had only one reception in the fourth quarter, but kept his streak alive at 150 games with at least one reception.

"Too many mistakes. Too many mistakes in crucial times," Rivers said after the game. "We had plenty of opportunities. Offensively, we had too many mistakes in crucial times that turned into points."

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Lions Roll Past Giants on Monday Night

Lions Roll Past Giants on Monday Night

Leon Halip/Getty Images(DETROIT) -- Matthew Stafford connected with Calvin Johnson twice in the first quarter for touchdowns and never looked back in the Lions 35-14 win over the New York Giants on Monday night.

Stafford passed for 346 yards with two touchdown passes to Johnson in the victory.

"I don't work on my moves a lot during practice, but I know I have to be better with my feet this year so that we can keep plays alive," Stafford said. "On both of the touchdown passes to Calvin, the offensive line got me a lot of time, and he was able to uncover himself and find somewhere open."

Johnson finished with seven receptions, 163 yards, and the two early touchdowns.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who had a career high 27 interceptions last season, added two on opening night and was 18 of 33 for 163 yards with a touchdown.

"No excuses. We played very poorly," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "We don't have a lot to be proud of here. Couldn't move the ball, couldn't stop them, turned the ball over, got into that business again. Got a punt blocked, so you name it. It was a nightmare performance."

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Scoreboard Roundup – 9/8/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 9/8/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL: Detroit Lions 35 (1-0) - New York Giants 14 (0-1)

Arizona Cardinals 18 (1-0) - San Diego Chargers 17 (0-1)

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays 8 (74-69) - Chicago Cubs 0 (64-80)

Detroit Tigers 8 (79-65) - Kansas City Royals 5 (79-63)

Los Angeles Angels 12 (88-55) - Cleveland Indians 3 (74-68)

Washington Nationals 2 (81-61) - Atlanta Braves 1 (74-70)

New York Mets 3 (69-75) - Colorado Rockies 2 (59-85)

Pittsburgh Pirates 6 (75-68) - Philadelphia Phillies 4 (66-77)

St. Louis Cardinals 5 (80-64) - Cincinnati Reds 0 (67-77)

Baltimore Orioles 4 (84-59) - Boston Red Sox 0 (63-81)

Miami Marlins 6 (70-72) - Milwaukee Brewers 4 (74-70)

Chicago White Sox 5 (64-79) - Oakland Athletics 4 (80-63)

Los Angeles Dodgers 9 (82-62) - San Diego Chargers 4 (66-77)

Seattle Mariners 4 (79-64) - Houston Astros 1 (63-81) 

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Ravens Terminate Ray Rice’s Contract, NFL Suspends Rice Indefinitely

Ravens Terminate Ray Rice’s Contract, NFL Suspends Rice Indefinitely

Rob Carr/Getty Images(BALTIMORE) -- The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contract of running back Ray Rice on Monday in wake of TMZ Sports releasing a new video of him punching his then-fiancee in the face in an elevator at a hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell also announced Monday that Rice is suspended indefinitely in the wake of the newly released video.

Rice hit Janay Palmer with a left fist to the head. Palmer fell on the hand rail and landed on the floor before Rice is shown dragging her seemingly unconscious body out into the lobby.

On July 25, Rice was suspended by the NFL for two games and fined more than $500,000. The move was highly criticized and led to Goodell instituting a six-game suspension for any first offenders to a domestic abuse case and a lifetime ban for a second offense.

"We requested from law enforcement any and all information about the incident, including the video from inside the elevator," the NFL released in a statement on Monday regarding the new video.  "That video was not made available to us and no one in our office has seen it until today."

Rice had three years and $10 million remaining on his contract.

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Bryant’s Kick KO’s Saints in OT

Bryant’s Kick KO’s Saints in OT

Leon Halip/Getty Images(ATLANTA) -- Matt Bryant's 52 yard field goal 1:43 into overtime clinched the Atlanta Falcons 37-34 victory over their division rival New Orleans Saints on Sunday. The Saints had the ball first in overtime, but receiver Marques Colston fumbled the ball, allowing the Falcons the chance to win on a field goal. Before overtime, it was the Matt Ryan show: the Falcons quarterback threw for a franchise-record 448 yards and three touchdowns in the win. "He's played a lot of games, made a lot of plays for us," Falcons coach Mike Smith said. "But I was really impressed with his ability to extend some plays by moving around in the pocket. And he was very, very accurate. When you have (568 yards) of total offense and 448 through the air, your quarterback is playing well." Julio Jones was on the receiving end of many of Ryan's passes. After missing most of last season with a broken foot, Jones returned to the field catching seven balls for 116 yards. Saints quarterback Drew Brees completed 29 of 42 passes for 333 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.

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Dolphins Hand Pats First Opening Day Loss Since 2003

Dolphins Hand Pats First Opening Day Loss Since 2003

Comstock/Thinkstock(MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.) -- The Miami Dolphins scored 23 unanswered points in the second half to beat the New England Patriots 33-20 Sunday. It's the Patriots first opening week loss since 2003. After the Dolphins scored in the first drive of the game, the Patriots retaliated with 17 straight points, the last of them coming from a six yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Rob Gronkowski. The two teams then traded field goals and went into the half with the Pats leading by 10. The second half was all Dolphins. Miami quickly erased its 10 point deficit by scoring on its first three drives to take a 23-20 lead. The Patriots had multiple opportunities to retake the lead, but the Miami pass rush made sure Brady couldn't get into a groove. The Dolphins clinched the victory with 3:29 left in the game when running back Knowshon Moreno ran for a four yard touchdown. Moreno, who was playing in his first game as a Dolphin, rushed for 134 yards in the win. Gronkowski had four catches for 40 yards and a touchdown in his first game back since having surgery on his knee.

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Suspended Browns’ Receiver Josh Gordon to Sell Cars During the Season

Suspended Browns’ Receiver Josh Gordon to Sell Cars During the Season

Matt Sullivan/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Now that he's suspended for the entire 2014 season, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has found a new job...selling cars.

Gordon will serve as the goodwill ambassador for the Sarchione Auto Group in Ohio, according to ESPN. He will work a 40-hour week in all aspects of the Randolph, Ohio-based dealer group's car business.

The 23-year-old Gordon is one of the most talented players in the NFL, and even led the league in receiving last season despite playing just 14 games.

"He's going to put his time in,'' Jeff Sarchione, who co-owns a dealership in Randolph, told cleveland.com. "He'll be everything from a salesman to attaching himself at the hip with my brother and I just learning the automotive business from top to bottom.''

Gordon was suspended the entire season for once again violating the league's drug policy.

"We're just finding that out as well," Browns head coach Mike Pettine said. "That's something I don't really want to get into because I want to discuss the guys that are here ... Internally we want what's best for him. We just hope for that to occur."

Last season, Gordon caught 87 passes for 1,646 yards and nine touchdowns.

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Jim Kelly is Cancer Free

Jim Kelly is Cancer FreeRick Stewart/Getty Images(ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.) -- Hall-of-Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is cancer free. Kelly learned the news Thursday after follow-up biopsies came back negative. "This is some of the greatest news I've ever gotten," Kelly said in a stat...

Scoreboard Roundup – 9/4/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 9/4/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL: Seattle Seahawks 36 (1-0) - Green Bay Packers 16 (0-1)

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays 1 (72-67) - Tampa Bay Rays 0 (67-74) - 10 Innings

New York Yankees 5 (72-66) - Boston Red Sox 4 (61-79) 

Baltimore Orioles 9 (82-57) - Cincinnati Reds 7 (66-74) 

Seattle Mariners 10 (76-63) - Texas Rangers 2 (53-87)

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 5 (84-55) - Minnesota Twins 4 (61-79)

Detroit Tigers 11 (77-63) - Cleveland Indians 4 (71-67) - 11 Innings

St. Louis Cardinals 3 (77-63) - Milwaukee Brewers 2 (73-67)

Arizona Diamondbacks 5 (59-81) - San Diego Padres 1 (66-73)

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Jadeveon Clowney Prepares for Robert Griffin III

Jadeveon Clowney Prepares for Robert Griffin III

Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images(HOUSTON) -- Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is good to go on Sunday and is looking forward to playing in his first NFL regular season game against the Washington Redskins.

Clowney will have a tough task at hand in running down quarterback Robert Griffin III.

"One of the best running quarterbacks in the league I think," Clowney said of RG3. "You gotta be ready to contain him in the pocket because he can get out there and cause havoc, he can run pretty fast."

"I'm just treating it like another game," the first-overall pick said Thursday. "Just go out there and take one play at a time and just do my assignment."

Clowney said his entire family will be in attendance, but he isn't worried about any added pressure during his regular season debut.

"I'm not really nervous, I'm just ready to get to it," Clowney said.  "Something I've been waiting for my whole life."

Clowney missed the final two preseason games, but had three tackles for a loss, a sack and a quarterback hit in the first two games against the Cardinals and Falcons.

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Derek Carr, Raiders, Ready for Jets on Sunday

Derek Carr, Raiders, Ready for Jets on Sunday

Scott Boehm/Getty Images(OAKLAND, Calif.) -- Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr will get his first start on Sunday against the Jets on the road.

Carr was named the starter earlier this week over veteran quarterback Matt Schaub and is ready for everything that Jets head coach Rex Ryan has to throw at him.

"He’s got a great blitz package. He’s got, obviously, a lot of different looks that he’ll show. Me being a rookie, he’s probably going to want to show them all. I go in and expect, as much as I can, I expect everything. Then if something doesn’t happen, then I’ll be surprised," Carr said Tuesday.

"That’s how I have to prepare. I have to prepare for everything, even maybe for something he hasn’t shown but could show," he continued. "Obviously I reach out to anybody who can help me. I called my brother because he’s played them seven times. I called him and said, ‘Hey, let’s talk Jets. You were there, you’ve seen them.’ So we talked. I picked his brain, took notes and that was it. Now I went about my business for the rest of the week, picked [Matt] Schaub’s brain, picked the coaches’ brain, so I expect a lot."

The Raiders have a brand new roster full of veterans to go along with Carr. Still, Ryan isn't concerned about it.

"We’re just going to show up and do what we do. Again, we played the Raiders last year, we’ve seen their tape, they’ve seen us and everything else. That part of it is, it’s not like, oh, all of a sudden you’re going to run the wishbone, which by the way, we’re going to run this game. That part of it, ‘oh, we’re holding them back,’ I don’t believe that, everybody, you just play, and that’s really what you do," Ryan said on Wednesday.

The Raiders have lost 12 straight games on the East coast, but Ryan doesn't think geographic location has anything to do with it.

"I think at one point it’s overblown, because I think when you look at last year the teams that had the most success were west coast teams coming to the east coast. Now, obviously with the Raiders having bad numbers, they haven’t had the success of it, but I think it’s football is football, regardless of where you play it,” Ryan said of their poor record.

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