Oakland Raiders at Green Bay Packers: 3 things we learned

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GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN - OCTOBER 20: Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers runs with the football in the first quarter against Gareon Conley #21 of the Oakland Raiders at Lambeau Field on October 20, 2019 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)

The Oakland Raiders were dominated by the Green Bay Packers, and we learned a lot about the team in the 42-24 loss in Green Bay.

The Oakland Raiders started the game off hot against the Green Bay Packers, but after a costly fumble into the end zone by Derek Carr, everything went downhill. Aaron Rodgers would destroy the Raiders secondary, throwing for five touchdowns and rushing for another one.

Not only did the Raiders defense struggle, but the offense did, as well. The Raiders were able to move the ball down the field with no problems for the entire game, but putting the ball in the end zone was a different story.

The Raiders were in the red zone three times where they came up with no points, two of those times being at the one-yard line. The Raiders had chances to make this a competitive game, but they fell short on every opportunity they were given.

We learned a lot about the Raiders in this game, whether it be within the defensive struggles or the offensive slip-ups. Let's take a look at the three biggest things we learned from the loss to the Packers.

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