Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders: 3 players to watch in Week 11
By Nick Ellis
Clelin Ferrell has started to look the part of a first-round pick, and the Raiders are finally using him in the right way. Ferrell has been lined up all over the line this year, even though he never played inside in college.
In the last two weeks, the Raiders have lined Ferrell up on the outside, and it has showed. In the Thursday night game against the Chargers, Ferrell recorded 2.5 sacks on Philip Rivers, and played a big part in the Raiders victory.
The Bengals allow 3.4 sacks per game, ranking 28th in the league. This will be another game where the Raiders will have a chance to show the potential of their pass rush, and it starts with Ferrell. If Ferrell can have another big game, he will silence all the critics who questioned the Raiders for drafting him.