3 Raiders On Offense To Watch During Colts Game

As the Las Vegas Raiders look to prepare for their upcoming game this Sunday versus the red-hot Indianapolis Colts, these three players on offense are going to need all eyes on them once they hit the field.

Hunter Renfrow

One certain player who definitely needs your attention, as if he doesn’t already, is wide receiver Hunter Renfrow. He has turned heads with his elusive route running and breakaway playmaking abilities. Just this past Sunday, he finished with one touchdown and forty yards. He’s improving with each game. He has shown that he’s not afraid of going up against a defense’s top corner. Renfrow has really turned himself into a legit weapon for Las Vegas’s offense and has lived up to the “third and Renfrow” nickname by constantly converting downs in the most clutch moments. Suffice to say, Hunter is a fan favorite and a severely underrated athlete in this league. Depending on Darren Waller’s status, Derek Carr will likely look Renfrow’s way a lot this Sunday.

Kolton Miller

Another player to look out for is left tackle Kolton Miller, who is going to have one of the biggest matchups of his career with Darius Leonard. The reliable pass blocker must be present this Sunday, especially given the importance of the game for both sides, as must those elite blocking skills. If Miller can keep Carr clean and deny any pressure or hurries from Leonard, expect not only a competitive game, but also one that allows his quarterback to make his reads, which results in a successful game.

Foster Moreau

Lastly, one final Raider to watch this Sunday is tight end Foster Moreau. With star tight end Darren Waller being out since their Thanksgiving game, Foster has stepped up in his elevated role. He’s made his fair share of big catches in that stretch. While he hasn’t delivered the touchdowns that many fans wish he could, he’s done much of the dirty work, whether it be blocking or being a decoy to get one of his teammates open. He’s been serviceable for what the Raiders have asked him to do, and if the Colts defense doesn’t pay attention to him, look for a breakout game for Foster.

*Top Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

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The odds were against them against Dallas with a 7 point spread they were going to lose even with the penalty they still came up ahead Raiders or eight and seven they’ve had bad games but I’m not going to put them out they beat the Colts we are on our way to a good season or a decent one go Raiders

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