The Oakland Raiders lost to their division rival, Los Angeles on Sunday. Find out which players have driven their stock up and the players that drove it down.
Did you turn off the TV before the game ended? Because I wouldn’t blame you if you did. That game was by far the worst performance of the season. The body language was just poor all around. The players energy levels were so low and had no sense of urgency. You’d think they’d be a little energetic after coming off their hard fought win against the Cleveland Browns last week.
It felt like the Oakland Raiders didn’t even want to play in this game. There were very little, if any positives to find in this game.
The three players who drove up their stock are really the only positives of this game. It’s honestly shocking that I even found three players since the game was so poor. As each game passes, we learn more and more about this team. So far, it’s that the talent really isn’t deep. However, I’d like to think that the offense is a little better than a 10 point performance.
Poor execution and horrendous play calling by head coach Jon Gruden, especially in the red zone.
Obviously, the one yard to go play that neglected Marshawn Lynch is the main highlight of the game. That play in itself actually made one player’s stock rise and one coaches stock fall.
A little foreshadowing their for ya. Since this was a negative game, let’s start off with the positives by going over the three players whose stock rose from the 26-10 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.