There was nothing sly or subtle about Raiders defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes’ signature moment in his NFL debut. Vanderdoes, lined up between Tennessee guard Josh Kline and All-Pro tackle Jack Conklin late in the second quarter Sunday, jumped off the line and led with his left hand. For lack of a more delicate description, Vanderdoes then knocked Conklin on his ass. Conklin stands 6-foot-6 and weighs 308 pounds, so this is no idle achievement. He lay sprawled on the ground, grasping at air while Vanderdoes hopped over him in pursuit of quarterback Marcus Mariota (who threw an incomplete pass on the play). Video of this emphatic takedown quickly went viral, as Vanderdoes discovered.
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