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Silver Minings: Where do Raiders rank on the rowdy meter?

Survey says Raiders players, coaches and fans are getting it done in terms of rowdiness

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Let’s get rowdy. surveyed NFL fans, asking to rate the rowdy factor of players, coaches and fans. Proudly, the Las Vegas Raiders were represented well on the list.

Raiders’ coach Jon Gruden was listed as the No. 2 rowdiest head coaches among all coaches in the survey. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick was No. 1.

Meanwhile, Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr was ranked as the No. 9 rowdiest quarterback in the NFL. Maybe Carr is rowdy on the field, but he’s far from a rowdy dude off of it. Cleveland Browns’ quarterback Baker Mayfield was ranked No. 1 on the list.

As for you, the fans, the survey pegged the Raider Nation as the No. 4 most rowdy crew in the league. The top three? Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys.

What do you think. Does this list offend you? Is the Raider Nation ranked too high or too low?

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  • Tomlin cherishes time with Gruden: Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he is happy he was on Gruden’s staff with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers early his career. The two head coaches square off Sunday.
  • Happy with Hudson: Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray expressed how pleased he is to have center Rodney Hudson. Carr can attest. Hudson is a bad man.