3 Keys For A Raiders Win Versus Broncos In Week 6

After one of the craziest weeks in the team’s history, the Las Vegas Raiders still have a game to play tomorrow. Here is how they can get a win versus their division rival, Denver Broncos.

Show some progression on offense

With how poorly the Raiders have been playing offense the last two weeks: they cannot beat anybody. They struggle greatly to run the ball, with much of that blame falling on the offensive line. That group has been much-maligned all season. With very little consistency, the group has not been able to pass protect either. That spells trouble for Derek Carr as Von Miller comes to town tomorrow. As obvious as it sounds, if the Raiders cannot play functional offense this week, they have no shot.

Rally around new head coach Rich Bisaccia

This game will be the first one that Las Vegas plays without Jon Gruden since 2018. In his place will be former special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia. While Bisaccia will likely not be the long-term answer for the Raiders, the team still has a lot of games left. For a team with as much talent as the Raiders have, they must continue to fight under their new head coach as a division title is still well within their grasp.

Put this week in the rearview mirror

To say this has been an eventful week for the Raiders would be an understatement. With Gruden’s exit, the Raiders saw the former face of their team get dragged through the mud and revealed to be a person that likely caught them off guard. Players like Carl Nassib were granted a day off while Derek Carr and Darren Waller had to discuss the situation all week. However, they still have a game tomorrow. The last thing this Raiders team can afford to do is play distracted. The team is 3-2 and full of talent. It is time for them to prove that this team won’t fall apart like the previous two seasons.

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*Top Photo: Heidi Fang/Las Vegas-Review Journal 

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