In Week 7, Jon Gruden and the Oakland Raiders got absolutely torched by Aaron Rodgers, who threw for five touchdowns and 429 yards in the Packers' 42-24 victory. Perhaps Coach Chucky sensed that his cornerbacks would have an incredibly tough time dealing with Rodgers throughout the game; on one play, it appears that Gruden tried to distract a Packers receiver using non-traditional means.
Will that warrant a fine from the NFL? Probably not, as it didn't change the outcome of the game and may have been total happenstance. It's still pretty funny nonetheless, as Gruden's paperwork did a better job of defending a pass than the Raiders' cornerbacks did.
With this loss, the Packers moved to 6-1 on the season, while the Raiders dropped to 3-3. Things won't get too much easier for Gruden next week, as he has to deal with dual threat QB Deshaun Watson and the Texans.
I don't think Gruden's paper is going to be able to tackle DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller, though, so he'll have to get his cornerbacks to actually play defense this time.