Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Bears’ Eddie Jackson claps back at Raiders HC Jon Gruden

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Eddie Jackson didn’t bother to deny it.

“Yes, we still remember that, of course,” said the security chief of the Chicago Bears All-Pro after his team’s 20: 9 win over the Las Vegas Raiders on October 10th.

What did he and his teammates not forget? The last shadow cast was Raiders head coach Jon Gruden when these two teams met in early October 2019. The Raiders and the Bears faced each other in London, and Las Vegas lost Chicago by 24-21 points. After that game, Gruden appeared to be mocking the celebration of the Bears’ Club Dub after the game in the Raiders locker room saying: “I don’t have a disco, but let’s all dance!”

Jackson and his Bears teammates who starred in that game put this picture of Gruden mocking them on the file – and they clapped both on the field and off.

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The Bears Defense failed to get a sack or tackle for the loss in the October 2019 loss to the Raiders, but the Bears sacked Raiders QB Derek Carr three times, and they also had four QB hits and 19 Pressure week 5 victory on Sunday.

“Just go out there, you want to win every game,” said Jackson. “But that was special, especially (considering the loss) two years ago. A lot of things were said by Gruden, so it was just fuel for the fire. For the next week we just knew we needed these consecutive victories. “

What other comments by Gruden is Jackson referring to? It wasn’t specific.

“He said a few other things, but that’s for the locker room.”

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While Gruden and the Raiders were partying in London a little over two years ago, this time the Bears were dancing at Club Dub – and the party was quick and fierce.

“Man, my blood is still flowing,” said Damien Williams of the team’s post-game celebration. “I feel like I did (even) more in the locker room than in the field, just all the dancing that we did.”

One of the happier players in Chicago’s locker room was certainly former raider Khalil Mack, who was traded to Chicago in a blockbuster deal in 2018 and a QB hit.

This time, however, the all-pro linebacker had a total of eight tackles (seven solo, one for loss), a sack, and a QB hit. He also stopped Carr behind the line of scrimmage after a failed two-point conversion.

“Oh man, it was amazing,” said Jackson of Mack’s performance, adding, “He made her regret everything. You regret not wanting to keep it. You know, Mack is our leader. He had games like that. We refuel. Just to see how you come back here and dominate, that’s a great feeling. “

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“Oh man, it was amazing,” said Jackson of Mack’s performance, adding, “He made her regret everything. You regret not wanting to keep it. You know, Mack is our leader. He had games like that. We refuel. Just to see how you come back here and dominate, that’s a great feeling. “



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