2018 Oakland Raiders Training Camp: Five burning questions on offense

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OAKLAND, CA – SEPTEMBER 18: A detailed view of Oakland Raiders helmets sitting on the bench during the National Anthem prior to their game against the Atlanta Falcons at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 18, 2016 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) /

The Oakland Raiders offense took a step back last season, but there are new faces in 2018, and plenty of questions heading into training camp.

Last week, we took a look at five burning questions surrounding the Oakland Raiders defense heading into training camp. With the rookies, quarterbacks, and first-year players set to arrive next week, we take a look at five burning questions that the offense will need to address in Napa.

The Oakland Raiders offense struggled as a whole last season, as some big-name players really were not as productive as expected. With a new offensive coordinator in Greg Olson, and new head coach in Jon Gruden, you can expect those two offensive-minded people to get this train moving in the right direction in 2018.

Derek Carr is one of the best young quarterbacks in football, and wide receiver Amari Cooper has over 200 receptions over his first three seasons in the league. In addition, the offensive line may be the best collection of talent in the AFC, giving the coaching staff a lot of weapons to work with this upcoming season.

Oakland was a major disappointment last season, but the talent on both sides of the ball can make  this team a double-digit win squad in 2018. The offense has to be better, and we dive into five questions surrounding the unit this summer.