Three and Out is a weekly series that will examine three areas where the Oakland Raiders played well, and three areas where they didn’t.
Well, that was rough. After putting together a three game winning streak to get to 4-1 and a tie for not only first place in the AFC West, but also the conference, the Oakland Raiders came crashing back to earth in Week 6.
A 26-10 loss to Kansas City Chiefs was ugly for all but the opening three or so minutes to the game — Oakland’s lone touchdown drive. Simply put, the Raiders were outplayed in all three phases — offense, defense, special teams — as well as out-coached.
There obviously is going to be plenty of negatives to address, but even in defeat, there are also some positive worth making note of.
Let’s start with the positives. Here are three areas Raiders fans should feel good about following Week 6.