The Raiders have an average rank of 2.8 on the offensive side of the ball, putting them behind the Chiefs (2.0) and Chargers (2.6), while they are tied with the Broncos at 2.8. Overall, I believe the Raiders are the third best offense in the AFC West right now, as they have a ton of potential at the running back position and on the offensive line.
The tight end position seems to be what puts the Raiders behind on this list, considering they have an unproven player at the position. If Josh Jacobs can dominate the run game like some believe he can, the Raiders have the potential to be one of the best offenses in the league.
With training camp on the horizon, and Jacobs signing his deal on Tuesday, the Raiders are locked and loaded to start their move towards the regular season. There are a lot of things that need to go right for this offense to click, including the offensive line, but if Carr can get time in 2019, this could be an explosive unit all around.