The NFL is a young man's game.
But not every Sunday.
A throng of thirtysomethings made pivotal plays Sunday to rescue their teams in Week 3, showing that occasionally experience and craftiness trump fresh legs.
That was the case at the end of Oakland's game at Cleveland, when 38-year-old Charles Woodson — Methusela by NFL standards — made a game-clinching interception with 38 seconds left to secure a 27-20 upset for the Raiders.
The win ended a 16-game losing streak in the Eastern time zone by the Raiders, dating to 2009. What's more, they had lost 11 in a row on the road.
"It was hanging over the whole organization's head," Woodson...