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Jon Gruden Appears to Take Jab at Bears’ ‘Club Dub’ Celebration

The Raiders beat the Bears at Tottenham Stadium on Sunday in London

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The Oakland Raiders scored a big win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday in London, and head coach Jon Gruden appeared to poke fun at the Bears after the contest. 

Gruden, whose Raiders improved to 2-3 as they head into their bye week, met with his team after the contest and opened his speech up with what appeared to be a jab at the Bears' iconic "Club Dub" celebration: 

"I don't have a disco in here, but let's all start dancing," Gruden said. 

The Bears have celebrated victories with a dance celebration they've called "Club Dub" over the past two seasons, and the celebration comes with a DJ, a disco ball, and loud music whenever the team wins a game. 

The Bears obviously had to leave the disco ball in storage on Sunday, but they'll hope to break it out again in two weeks when they take on the New Orleans Saints at Soldier Field on Oct. 20. 

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