Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders: 3 things we learned
By Daniel Davis
Trent Brown is important to the Raiders success
Brown came out of the game during the second half and that’s really when things started to fall apart for the Raiders. Derek Carr was starting to get rushed for the first time all season long, and it led to stalled drives, and mistakes with the football.
He threw an interception where Williams just didn’t fight enough for it, and took multiple sacks causing drive endings. Trent Brown is key to the success of the Raiders offense, and we saw how different this offense can look when it is Brandon Parker on the right side, and not him.
Hopefully, Brown will be ready to go on Sunday, as the Minnesota Vikings defense has the ability to really get after the quarterback as well. If Parker is forced into action, this offense is really going to struggle, even if it is getting back Richie Incognito from suspension in Week 2.