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Grading Raiders’ Offense Before Key Week 16 Broncos Matchup

The Las Vegas Raiders’ offense appears to be in its annual second half of the season slump. After spending most of the season completing deep passes and putting up points, the production has grinded to a halt. Derek Carr and company will look to turn things around in a must-win match against the Denver Broncos …

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Raiders Need More Explosive Plays Downfield Says OC Greg Olson

Las Vegas Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson recently held his first press conference of training camp. He discussed the offensive line and what he believes will need to be improved upon in terms of scoring. New faces and improvements to be made The first thing that Olson discussed was his newly rebuilt offensive line. When …

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Raiders Offseason: Ranking All 4 AFC West Offensive Coordinators

The Las Vegas Raiders continue to roll with Greg Olson as their offensive coordinator, but how does he stack up against the rest of the coaches in the AFC West? Having great offensive minds is critical in today’s NFL. It’s easier than ever to score points, and teams that can take advantage of lax defensive …

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Raiders Should Easily Withstand Loss of WR Tyrell Williams

There is nothing fun about seeing NFL players getting hurt. The same remains true for Tyrell Williams, who recently injured his shoulder and is out for the season. The Las Vegas Raiders have to move on without the veteran receiver on their roster, but the addition of two rookies will help ease Williams’ absence. Tyrell …

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Entering 2020 Season There’s No Excuses For Raiders QB Derek Carr

Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has been a hot topic of conversation as the team prepares to pillage its way into Sin City. Former NFL quarterback Chris Simms recently came out with his latest top 40 quarterbacks and has Carr in at No. 19. Simms, who also has experience playing for Jon Gruden, said …

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Around the Ramble: Quick Hits from Preseason Opener

Football is finally back, Raider Nation, and while yes, it’s just preseason, there’s still plenty to dissect. With that being said, here’s what the team at RaiderRamble.com had to say regarding the action. Enjoy the quick hits. @HMAYBERRY8 My biggest takeaway from the first preseason contest was the performance of the Front 7 on defense. …

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Why Greg Olson can Electrify the Raiders’ Offense Again

Looking ahead to next season, Olson will be taking over a talented offense filled with star power. Carr is only one year removed from being an MVP candidate and the offensive line is still one of the toughest in the league. With the strong likelihood of Olson rejuvenating Amari Cooper to return to form along with the addition of Jody Nelson and many talented younger wideouts, this receiving corps will be a potent aerial assault in 2018. With some gas left in the tank, all signs point to Marshawn Lynch as the work-horse back for next year. Given Olson’s resume with less talented rosters, this year the Raiders offense has the potential to be one of the best in the league under Greg Olson.

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