Following Friday's practice, Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio addressed the local media for the final time before the team's Week 3 matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
Here are the highlights from his remarks.
Friday's remain the same, whether at home or on the road.
"The difference would be, right now, rather than spending the afternoon at home, you're going to spend the afternoon on a plane traveling to our destination."
The preparation also remains consistent.
"We'll prepare much like we would at home. We're going to start the wind down to the game. We'll have our meetings and practice tomorrow. We'll have our time in between and then the evening meetings and get ready to go."
Each game is different.
"We're looking at it each week as an opportunity to put our best effort forward to beat that opponent. It's all about, for us, winning the game. We work hard at putting our plan together. You go out and execute your plan and whoever ends up getting the numbers, you add them up and the end and there you go."
It's an unselfish group in the Raiders locker room.
"Very unselfish. We have a really strong locker room that way. Guys have done a great job working together, being unselfish, sacrificing and understanding that it's about the team and not about any one individual."