In a defensive battle also marked by sloppy offense and penalties, the Packers used the Bears usual trademark, a staunch D, and just enough from Aaron Rodgers on Thursday night to kick off the leagues 100th season with a 10-3 victory over their archrivals.
Coach Jon Gruden said Denzelle Good and Jordan Devey will start in place of injured Gabe Jackson and suspended Richie Incognito against the Broncos on Monday.
Wherever the truth lies within the silver and black cauldron of nonsense created by the Raiders trading for Brown, the conclusion should be obvious.
In this edition of the Vegas Nation Mailbag, Heidi Fang and Ed Graney discuss what the Raiders should do with Antonio Brown in the wake of his altercation with general manager Mike Mayock.
Especially Caesars Entertainment, which has been buried in Bears money since its new sportsbook opened Sunday in Hammond, Indiana, located 15 miles from Soldier Field.
Las Vegas sportsbooks quickly moved the line from pick’em and made the Broncos 2-point or 2½-point favorites over the Raiders in their opener on “Monday Night Football.”
The Raiders have high hopes for the upcoming season, and the sportsbooks are taking bets on them.
If it isn’t encompassing every thought of those around Las Vegas, the idea that 2020 will officially make Southern Nevada one of 32 coveted NFL destinations is undoubtedly on the minds of most.
Former NFL star O.J. Simpson voiced his displeasure with Antonio Brown’s antics, in a video posted on Twitter Thursday morning.
Raiders planning on suspending Antonio Brown after heated exchange with GM Mike Mayock.