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Raiders' Woodson continuing his vintage play

ALAMEDA, Calif. -- As someone in the business of making wine, Charles Woodson is familiar with the concept of something getting better with age. The idea that Woodson is getting better on the football field at age 38 is a concept a little more difficult to grasp. Raiders coach Tony Sparano said if Woodson played into his 40s it wouldn't surprise him. The thought brought a smile to the face of the reigning AFC defensive player of the week. Woodson won the award for the second time in two years after making nine tackles (six solo) and three for losses, including the 20th sack of his NFL career. he is the first player since sacks became an official statistic in 1982 to have 20 sacks and ...

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