The only real flaw is their penchant to play with too much aggression. If the Raiders can capitalize on those inevitable miscues, this game could fall Oakland’s way.
In essence, two games does not a season make. Yet, the Raiders need to tighten some areas up while continuing parts of the gameplan. With fourteen games remaining, the book is incomplete.
With that said, once again, the defensive line, needs to step up. More importantly, the ends needs to get after the run.
Given these points, the Raiders need Paul Guenther to change some of the plan. With a run heavy Vikings team to play, the time to change is now.
However, the only unanswered question remains if Carr is a transitional quarterback, a bridge to Vegas.
With two games down, Oakland needs to emerge victorious. the Vikings remain maddeningly inconsistent. With that, the Oakland Raiders should capitalize.
As we sit two games into the 60th year of the Raiders’ franchise, one factor has always remained the same. Whether it be a 4-12 season or a 12-4 season, the Black Hole has always supported the team.
The Raiders need to know exactly where they stand in the AFC West and against a hated rival. What better way to do it than on the attack, defensively.
Yet, this past Monday night, the vaunted Denver Broncos sported a big fat donut in the sack column while the Oakland Raiders furiously racked up three quarterback takedowns.
All things considered, the Raiders lucked out this week. Tyreek Hill’s absence changes this game. Instead of a one-handed destruction, Oakland can hang with the Chiefs.
They’re gonna need to keep proving people wrong versus the Chiefs and other teams all season.
Given these points, the Chiefs will attempt to throw the kitchen sink at the Raiders. The offensive line must work as a cohesive unit and communicate
Gruden will need to use all his weapons against the incoming Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday.
With the season underway, the Raiders will inevitably begin their most quotable period. With each passing week, the Silver and Black from coaches to players relay nuggets of information.
Whether Neiron Ball played one or twelve years, he is a Raider, forever. In a world of social media preening and taking life for granted, Neiron Ball tried his best to live his dream.