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chi-spt-05523-hof-sayers-20130522.jpg.e546b2d05fe1ced2172d9ebee4d2e075.jpgFALCONS COMMEMORATE THE LIFE OF GALE SAYERS BUT ARE UPSET BY THE RAIDERS AS CASPER AND RIGGS FACEOFF WITH 767 TOTAL YARDS AND 6 TD'S IN OT!

Logo-NFL.thumb.jpg.839b1e3c64daeb24469985d942ccdd90.jpg HISTORY BEYOND THE GAME:  After a five day off period in the Long Island EFL, we resume play today with Inter-League Play and a beast of an AFC-NFC matchup!

The legendary gridiron warriors ALWAYS matter in the NFL because they inspire others to be better. Better players, better people make life transformations to build better communities. Legendary Chicago Bears running back, Gale Sayers is one of those people! Just as the Chicago Bears when they play this week will commemorate the life of Gale Sayers, our league is respectfully honoring Gale Sayers before this game and every game this week by offering a few moments of silence by watching a video Long Island Electric Football League Founder, William O'Connell produced in memory of Sayers. Our electric football Bears will do an official event in Week #7 when they play rival Green Bay at home by watching "A Football Life" Sayers and Butkus.

Gayle Sayers was not just about football, he was a man of integrity, about doing the right thing, about overcoming the barrier of racism. His place in football history speaks volumes about the man, the legend, the play-maker, and his legacy as we celebrate his life. Sayers deserves a tribute! Our coaches joined hands as the video played thinking of our own immortality.

League Founder William "Billy" O'Connell was asked by Slawson's Corner Analyst Andrew Slawson about the news piece he produced regarding the death on September 23, 2020, of Chicago Bears Hall of Fame running back, Gale Sayers. O'Connell said, "Years ago, when I was a news reporter, way before I began teaching, I loved to do time-capsule pieces, and this Gale Sayers video is one what gave me a sense of deep respect for a man I never met and his rightful place in history. Sayers left his legacy behind for generations of athletes. Being that my mother was an International athlete from Cuba, I thought, there is no better way to commemorate someone's life than by showing who they were. Nothing is more powerful than producing a historic memory of that person. I sourced some clips from NFL Films and did my own produced version of how I want people to remember Gale Sayers beyond the football field in a world where racial tensions are high."

We write in this Tudor Games Forum, to write History! The reason is, we want this writing about this league to be part of a wonderful Tudor Games story that only those who play the game can tell. All of us are a small part of their success. This is a story for kids to see what a hobby can evolve into.

We try to edit the writing, but with the professions and work schedule's everyone has, that wouldn't be possible. When the losing team is responsible for writing the articles on here it says much about the love we all have for the hobby. 

Commitment is a funny word. People throw it around a lot. Our friendship to each other is a strong commitment and the loyalty and United Brotherhood we share is rare. It is rooted in our upbringing of what the American Family was then, when we grew up, to what it is now, and the world our children face. We are here for a short time on this planet, but we are here, here to be part of something special that we created that we can be proud of! Kids need a sense of pride to recapture what the human spirit is capable of. Nobody needs a lecture, but our generation born in the 60's encompasses more than just time. We have a mission to leave behind a better world! This hobby does that, it shows us the better part of life that exists when people come together regardless of who they are, to play in a Brotherhood and Sisterhood of passion linked to this game. 

SLAWSON'S CORNER: Historian and Long Island Sports Hall of Fame Inductee Andrew Slawson: The men who stand behind the figures in the LIEFL are type "A" personalities with ego's, and that is a combination that may work against some of these coaches, especially when they lose! Coach Billy O'C, LIEFL-Founder said, "Nobody likes to lose the chance to win money, but I think it is about pride too, in any league. You get the chance to brag until next season's draft when the new draft bases come in to change the game as competition progressively improves to reach new heights. We have considered the possibility of extending the league to 32 coaches, but that would mean 100% commitment from 32 people. It is a huge undertaking! With work and all the other things in life going on, that would be hard to accomplish, but the payout would be great! Do the math $200 annual dues x 32 to the Super Bowl Winner and AFC-NFC Finalists!

The Long Island Electric Football League makes it a priority to be as organized, as strict with rules as possible, and we keep every detail and accurate statistic of the league. It is amazing! Few leagues around the country have the records the way the Long Island Electric Football League has. What you see on the Tudor site regarding the LIEFL, is only the structure. We have the core recorded, with each team's individual statistics for tackles, yards, carries, touchdowns for each individual player, and we have All-Time team records for every single game each team and coach has ever played.

LIEFL-Co-Founder Eddie Viggs said, "It's what I love so much about this league. You know it's in the back of our minds that we can reflect on the league records, it's history, and our contributions to the best hobby on earth. With the records, it makes it more realistic when we play to feel as though we are part of something bigger than us, something we can leave behind to some really special person. We can strive to set new goals, perform at different heights, and set new records like a real league. The fact that we can reflect to the extent of the league records shows how special this hobby is. Next year, a major Newspaper will do a story on our league as we celebrate our 50th year playing this incredible addictive hobby. I can think of worse things we could be doing at our age."   


Picture2.png.81e2eaab857cd2aa43131b8fd65120b4.pngSeptember 25, 2020. Atlanta, Georgia. Week #5 is Blazing in the Long Island Electric Football League as the Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) play the Atlanta Falcons (2-2). It's a dirty game with two coaches on the brink of unleashing their frustration. The Falcons started the season on fire, beating Seattle and Dallas, but then this outstanding Chicago Bears (3-1) team came to the Dome and beat the "Dirty Birds" on their home turf in a stunning victory, 20-14 in overtime, which altered the Falcons 2020 season! It would be a shock if the Bears do not make the playoffs this season. They are a Super Bowl contender, but so is Atlanta.

Falcons Coach, Johnny Freeport-Chucker lost a big game Wednesday with his Bengals against the Giants in a LIEFL historic game, but tonight he vows to take it out on Coach Kevin "Mac" Maloney's Raiders today. The Chucker has a slight chance to have four teams in the playoffs this season, and the Falcons are one of them. With Atlanta's Gerald Riggs at running back, anything is possible. Riggs ranks #3 in the NFC in all-purpose yards with 48 carries for 942-yards, with eight touchdowns. That is a lot of offensive firepower to stop, and the AFC teams are just a step short of playing at the level of the NFC teams in this league. Of course, that is a matter of opinion, but we can never underestimate the Raiders.

To say the least, Las Vegas has underperformed the past two seasons. The league continues to evolve into what we could describe as a fiercely competitive, organized productive hobby with a Kaizen approach to success. The Raiders were once the dominant team in the league back in 2008, when they won the first seven-game season format Super Bowl, but these days, they need a makeover. This team has undergone many changes in the NFL, but in electric football the weird part is, when the team goes through changes it seems to effect us as well. The synergy between a coach and a team is very magical. When five-time LIEFL All-Pro, tight-end Dave Casper came onto the scene in our league in 2008, we realized that this type of Tudor Games player base was something our league lacked. Now, we see studs throughout the league using that particular generation of player bases. Casper is the guy for the Raiders. Casper ranks #10 in AFC all-purpose yards with 612 yards with only one 100-yard TD. Last year Casper was the #1 kick-returner in the AFC, with 1323 yards. He had seven 100-yard TD's.  When he isn't working on all cylinders, it's lights out in Las Vegas. Casper has to have a career day to beat the Falcons on their home turf!

THE PLAY BY PLAY: Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) vs Atlanta Falcons (2-2)

The Falcons came out on fire and it did not take them long to score!  Atlanta running back Gerald Riggs ran back a 67-yard opening kickoff return to the Raiders 33-yard line. It took Riggs just two plays to get into the end zone from 25-yard away after a sweet 8-yard run! 7-0 Atlanta, with 11:19 left to go in the half! Gerald Riggs just went over the 1,000 yard mark again!  The one thing Gerald Riggs is lacking is a LIEFL-Super Bowl ring! He's accomplished almost every other feat in the league.

Las Vegas Superman Dave Casper took the ball back 47-yards on the Raiders opening drive! He earned that name in LIEFL-Super Bowl XI, when he single-handedly beat the New York Giants 27-21, with a 100-yard kick return to open up the game, and in a spectacular overtime finish, Casper stunned the Giants with another 100-yard touchdown to win the game for the then Oakland Raiders! The Raiders haven't quite been able to get back to that status in finding the magic that they found in 2008, but they will never back down from a challenge!
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The Raiders had a beautiful set of downs, Dave Casper returned the ball 47-yards on the kick return and after two failed running attempts by Bo Jackson, Las Vegas quarterback David Carr faded back on third down and he passed a beautiful sideline pass to Dave Casper who took it 72-yards down field for the touchdown to tie the score 7-7, with 4:54 left to go in the half! Wow, what a play!
 
The Falcons game storming right back with a 44-yard kick return by Gerald Riggs. On first down, Riggs took the ball 19-yards. But on the next play, Riggs scored on a 37 yard touchdown play to make the score 14-7, Atlanta took the lead as the first half came to a close!
 
To open the second half, Dave Casper gave the Raiders great field position with a 60-yard kick return, returning the ball to the falcon 40-yard line. The Raiders had to try to keep this game close to get it into overtime as they try to avert a fourth loss in the 2020 season.
Las Vegas running back Bo Jackson picked up nine yards on first down bringing it to the 31-yard line of Atlanta. It would be Jackson's only yards in the game. On second down Jackson got stuffed and brought back to the original line of scrimmage at the 40, and the Raiders were forced to pass the ball. And again, on third down quarterback David Carr came through in the clutch for the Raiders with a 40-yard touchdown strike to Tim Brown! Great play to tie the game 14-14, with 10:46 left to go in the game!
 
On the ensuing kick return, Riggs proved why he is so valuable to the Falcons as he took the ball back 70-yards on the kickoff, and that type of field position would be very difficult to defend against as the clock kept ticking at 8:45 left to go in the game. Riggs and Casper were both unstoppable. After a 2-yard run by Riggs, the Raiders defense could not stop Riggs as he ran 28-yards to the Las Vegas 2-yard line after being tackled by Las Vegas defensive tackle, Howie Long. And on first down, Riggs ran into the end-zone with his third touchdown of the day making the score 21-14, Atlanta in the lead with 5:12 left to go in the game with the clock ticking! What a day for Riggs!
 
And the Raiders needed to do something drastic after the 40-yard return by Casper who ran right down the center of the field, but there was nowhere to run for the Raiders. They were forced to pass on first down with 3:10 left to go in the game! Superman Dave Casper just exploded on first down on a short pass at the 40-yard line and Casper took it 60-yards down field for his second touchdown of a game! He was absolutely on fire! It is an extremely dangerous move when a guy like this gets going tie game 21-21 with two-minutes left and the clock is running!
 
Casper was having a great game. He played like the Dave Casper that we watched in the LIEFL-Super Bowl XI, dominating on the ends. This game was really going to elevate his motive to win, even though the Raiders are behind in the division, they this may be their last chance of the season to save themselves in an intense division. 
 
As time ran out Riggs took a 35-yard kick return back. The Falcons had one chance left to prevent the game from going into overtime. Julio Jones on first down ran 46-yards for the first down, forcing the game into overtime!
 
The expression on the Freeport-Chucker's face when the Raiders won the coin toss in overtime, said it all! The Falcons coach shouted profanities, which in this league is a 15 yard penalty. Advantage Las Vegas as the coach cost his team an opportunity to stop the Raiders,. Instead, Atlanta was on the verge of collapsing and losing their second home game of the season and jeopardizing their playoff hopes.
 
The Raiders won the coin toss!
 
On the overtime kick-return, Dave Casper ran a blazing 74 yard return! The Raiders didn't waste a second. They kicked a 26-yard field goal to win the game in overtime 16 seconds! What an upset! The Falcons may have just surrendered the division to their Arch enemy the Carolina Panthers and the Freeport Chucker left his Falcons on the table without putting them away, as League commissioner Pete Porcelli makes the Falcons pay with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty and a warning for the start of the next game!
 
No comments after this game in Atlanta's 24-21 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders! What an explosive day! Gerald Riggs went 11-337 total yards with three touchdowns with 121 of those yards being rushing yards. Las Vegas Dave Casper went on a blaze torching the Falcons with 353 yards on 6 carries, with 2 touchdowns. Casper had 132 receiving yards!
 
The Atlanta Falcons (2-3) are home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week and the Raiders host the tough Los Angeles Chargers (4-1)!
 
 
 

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chi-spt-05523-hof-sayers-20130522.jpg.e546b2d05fe1ced2172d9ebee4d2e075.jpgFALCONS COMMEMORATE THE LIFE OF GALE SAYERS BUT ARE UPSET BY THE RAIDERS AS CASPER AND RIGGS FACEOFF WITH 767 TOTAL YARDS AND 6 TD'S IN OT!

Logo-NFL.thumb.jpg.839b1e3c64daeb24469985d942ccdd90.jpg HISTORY BEYOND THE GAME:  After a five day off period in the Long Island EFL, we resume play today with Inter-League Play and a beast of an AFC-NFC matchup!

The legendary gridiron warriors ALWAYS matter in the NFL because they inspire others to be better. Better players, better people make life transformations to build better communities. Legendary Chicago Bears running back, Gale Sayers is one of those people! Just as the Chicago Bears when they play this week will commemorate the life of Gale Sayers, our league is respectfully honoring Gale Sayers before this game and every game this week by offering a few moments of silence by watching a video Long Island Electric Football League Founder, William O'Connell produced in memory of Sayers. Our electric football Bears will do an official event in Week #7 when they play rival Green Bay at home by watching "A Football Life" Sayers and Butkus.

Gayle Sayers was not just about football, he was a man of integrity, about doing the right thing, about overcoming the barrier of racism. His place in football history speaks volumes about the man, the legend, the play-maker, and his legacy as we celebrate his life. Sayers deserves a tribute! Our coaches joined hands as the video played thinking of our own immortality.

League Founder William "Billy" O'Connell was asked by Slawson's Corner Analyst Andrew Slawson about the news piece he produced regarding the death on September 23, 2020, of Chicago Bears Hall of Fame running back, Gale Sayers. O'Connell said, "Years ago, when I was a news reporter, way before I began teaching, I loved to do time-capsule pieces, and this Gale Sayers video is one what gave me a sense of deep respect for a man I never met and his rightful place in history. Sayers left his legacy behind for generations of athletes. Being that my mother was an International athlete from Cuba, I thought, there is no better way to commemorate someone's life than by showing who they were. Nothing is more powerful than producing a historic memory of that person. I sourced some clips from NFL Films and did my own produced version of how I want people to remember Gale Sayers beyond the football field in a world where racial tensions are high."

We write in this Tudor Games Forum, to write History! The reason is, we want this writing about this league to be part of a wonderful Tudor Games story that only those who play the game can tell. All of us are a small part of their success. This is a story for kids to see what a hobby can evolve into.

We try to edit the writing, but with the professions and work schedule's everyone has, that wouldn't be possible. When the losing team is responsible for writing the articles on here it says much about the love we all have for the hobby. 

Commitment is a funny word. People throw it around a lot. Our friendship to each other is a strong commitment and the loyalty and United Brotherhood we share is rare. It is rooted in our upbringing of what the American Family was then, when we grew up, to what it is now, and the world our children face. We are here for a short time on this planet, but we are here, here to be part of something special that we created that we can be proud of! Kids need a sense of pride to recapture what the human spirit is capable of. Nobody needs a lecture, but our generation born in the 60's encompasses more than just time. We have a mission to leave behind a better world! This hobby does that, it shows us the better part of life that exists when people come together regardless of who they are, to play in a Brotherhood and Sisterhood of passion linked to this game. 

SLAWSON'S CORNER: Historian and Long Island Sports Hall of Fame Inductee Andrew Slawson: The men who stand behind the figures in the LIEFL are type "A" personalities with ego's, and that is a combination that may work against some of these coaches, especially when they lose! Coach Billy O'C, LIEFL-Founder said, "Nobody likes to lose the chance to win money, but I think it is about pride too, in any league. You get the chance to brag until next season's draft when the new draft bases come in to change the game as competition progressively improves to reach new heights. We have considered the possibility of extending the league to 32 coaches, but that would mean 100% commitment from 32 people. It is a huge undertaking! With work and all the other things in life going on, that would be hard to accomplish, but the payout would be great! Do the math $200 annual dues x 32 to the Super Bowl Winner and AFC-NFC Finalists!

The Long Island Electric Football League makes it a priority to be as organized, as strict with rules as possible, and we keep every detail and accurate statistic of the league. It is amazing! Few leagues around the country have the records the way the Long Island Electric Football League has. What you see on the Tudor site regarding the LIEFL, is only the structure. We have the core recorded, with each team's individual statistics for tackles, yards, carries, touchdowns for each individual player, and we have All-Time team records for every single game each team and coach has ever played.

LIEFL-Co-Founder Eddie Viggs said, "It's what I love so much about this league. You know it's in the back of our minds that we can reflect on the league records, it's history, and our contributions to the best hobby on earth. With the records, it makes it more realistic when we play to feel as though we are part of something bigger than us, something we can leave behind to some really special person. We can strive to set new goals, perform at different heights, and set new records like a real league. The fact that we can reflect to the extent of the league records shows how special this hobby is. Next year, a major Newspaper will do a story on our league as we celebrate our 50th year playing this incredible addictive hobby. I can think of worse things we could be doing at our age."   


Picture2.png.81e2eaab857cd2aa43131b8fd65120b4.pngSeptember 25, 2020. Atlanta, Georgia. Week #5 is Blazing in the Long Island Electric Football League as the Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) play the Atlanta Falcons (2-2). It's a dirty game with two coaches on the brink of unleashing their frustration. The Falcons started the season on fire, beating Seattle and Dallas, but then this outstanding Chicago Bears (3-1) team came to the Dome and beat the "Dirty Birds" on their home turf in a stunning victory, 20-14 in overtime, which altered the Falcons 2020 season! It would be a shock if the Bears do not make the playoffs this season. They are a Super Bowl contender, but so is Atlanta.

Falcons Coach, Johnny Freeport-Chucker lost a big game Wednesday with his Bengals against the Giants in a LIEFL historic game, but tonight he vows to take it out on Coach Kevin "Mac" Maloney's Raiders today. The Chucker has a slight chance to have four teams in the playoffs this season, and the Falcons are one of them. With Atlanta's Gerald Riggs at running back, anything is possible. Riggs ranks #3 in the NFC in all-purpose yards with 48 carries for 942-yards, with eight touchdowns. That is a lot of offensive firepower to stop, and the AFC teams are just a step short of playing at the level of the NFC teams in this league. Of course, that is a matter of opinion, but we can never underestimate the Raiders.

To say the least, Las Vegas has underperformed the past two seasons. The league continues to evolve into what we could describe as a fiercely competitive, organized productive hobby with a Kaizen approach to success. The Raiders were once the dominant team in the league back in 2008, when they won the first seven-game season format Super Bowl, but these days, they need a makeover. This team has undergone many changes in the NFL, but in electric football the weird part is, when the team goes through changes it seems to effect us as well. The synergy between a coach and a team is very magical. When five-time LIEFL All-Pro, tight-end Dave Casper came onto the scene in our league in 2008, we realized that this type of Tudor Games player base was something our league lacked. Now, we see studs throughout the league using that particular generation of player bases. Casper is the guy for the Raiders. Casper ranks #10 in AFC all-purpose yards with 612 yards with only one 100-yard TD. Last year Casper was the #1 kick-returner in the AFC, with 1323 yards. He had seven 100-yard TD's.  When he isn't working on all cylinders, it's lights out in Las Vegas. Casper has to have a career day to beat the Falcons on their home turf!

THE PLAY BY PLAY: Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) vs Atlanta Falcons (2-2)

The Falcons came out on fire and it did not take them long to score!  Atlanta running back Gerald Riggs ran back a 67-yard opening kickoff return to the Raiders 33-yard line. It took Riggs just two plays to get into the end zone from 25-yard away after a sweet 8-yard run! 7-0 Atlanta, with 11:19 left to go in the half! Gerald Riggs just went over the 1,000 yard mark again!  The one thing Gerald Riggs is lacking is a LIEFL-Super Bowl ring! He's accomplished almost every other feat in the league.

Las Vegas Superman Dave Casper took the ball back 47-yards on the Raiders opening drive! He earned that name in LIEFL-Super Bowl XI, when he single-handedly beat the New York Giants 27-21, with a 100-yard kick return to open up the game, and in a spectacular overtime finish, Casper stunned the Giants with another 100-yard touchdown to win the game for the then Oakland Raiders! The Raiders haven't quite been able to get back to that status in finding the magic that they found in 2008, but they will never back down from a challenge!
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The Raiders had a beautiful set of downs, Dave Casper returned the ball 47-yards on the kick return and after two failed running attempts by Bo Jackson, Las Vegas quarterback David Carr faded back on third down and he passed a beautiful sideline pass to Dave Casper who took it 72-yards down field for the touchdown to tie the score 7-7, with 4:54 left to go in the half! Wow, what a play!
 
The Falcons game storming right back with a 44-yard kick return by Gerald Riggs. On first down, Riggs took the ball 19-yards. But on the next play, Riggs scored on a 37 yard touchdown play to make the score 14-7, Atlanta took the lead as the first half came to a close!
 
To open the second half, Dave Casper gave the Raiders great field position with a 60-yard kick return, returning the ball to the falcon 40-yard line. The Raiders had to try to keep this game close to get it into overtime as they try to avert a fourth loss in the 2020 season.
Las Vegas running back Bo Jackson picked up nine yards on first down bringing it to the 31-yard line of Atlanta. It would be Jackson's only yards in the game. On second down Jackson got stuffed and brought back to the original line of scrimmage at the 40, and the Raiders were forced to pass the ball. And again, on third down quarterback David Carr came through in the clutch for the Raiders with a 40-yard touchdown strike to Tim Brown! Great play to tie the game 14-14, with 10:46 left to go in the game!
 
On the ensuing kick return, Riggs proved why he is so valuable to the Falcons as he took the ball back 70-yards on the kickoff, and that type of field position would be very difficult to defend against as the clock kept ticking at 8:45 left to go in the game. Riggs and Casper were both unstoppable. After a 2-yard run by Riggs, the Raiders defense could not stop Riggs as he ran 28-yards to the Las Vegas 2-yard line after being tackled by Las Vegas defensive tackle, Howie Long. And on first down, Riggs ran into the end-zone with his third touchdown of the day making the score 21-14, Atlanta in the lead with 5:12 left to go in the game with the clock ticking! What a day for Riggs!
 
And the Raiders needed to do something drastic after the 40-yard return by Casper who ran right down the center of the field, but there was nowhere to run for the Raiders. They were forced to pass on first down with 3:10 left to go in the game! Superman Dave Casper just exploded on first down on a short pass at the 40-yard line and Casper took it 60-yards down field for his second touchdown of a game! He was absolutely on fire! It is an extremely dangerous move when a guy like this gets going tie game 21-21 with two-minutes left and the clock is running!
 
Casper was having a great game. He played like the Dave Casper that we watched in the LIEFL-Super Bowl XI, dominating on the ends. This game was really going to elevate his motive to win, even though the Raiders are behind in the division, they this may be their last chance of the season to save themselves in an intense division. 
 
As time ran out Riggs took a 35-yard kick return back. The Falcons had one chance left to prevent the game from going into overtime. Julio Jones on first down ran 46-yards for the first down, forcing the game into overtime!
 
The expression on the Freeport-Chucker's face when the Raiders won the coin toss in overtime, said it all! The Falcons coach shouted profanities, which in this league is a 15 yard penalty. Advantage Las Vegas as the coach cost his team an opportunity to stop the Raiders,. Instead, Atlanta was on the verge of collapsing and losing their second home game of the season and jeopardizing their playoff hopes.
 
The Raiders won the coin toss!
 
On the overtime kick-return, Dave Casper ran a blazing 74 yard return! The Raiders didn't waste a second. They kicked a 26-yard field goal to win the game in overtime 16 seconds! What an upset! The Falcons may have just surrendered the division to their Arch enemy the Carolina Panthers and the Freeport Chucker left his Falcons on the table without putting them away, as League commissioner Pete Porcelli makes the Falcons pay with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty and a warning for the start of the next game!
 
No comments after this game in Atlanta's 24-21 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders! What an explosive day! Gerald Riggs went 11-337 total yards with three touchdowns with 121 of those yards being rushing yards. Las Vegas Dave Casper went on a blaze torching the Falcons with 353 yards on 6 carries, with 2 touchdowns. Casper had 132 receiving yards!
 
The Atlanta Falcons (2-3) are home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week and the Raiders host the tough Los Angeles Chargers (4-1)!
 
 
 

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