The Las Vegas Raiders go into the 2020 season with few holes on offense, and if they can gel as a unit, they will be ranked in the top-10.
Sitting at 6-4 last season, the then-Oakland Raiders looked to be a team destined for the playoffs. After a tough first part of the schedule, one that saw them away from home for nearly two months, the Raiders had some favorable matchups down the stretch, but would go 1-5 to close out another year outside of the postseason.
One major issue for the 2019 team was the fact that they were missing the pieces needed to make the offense go, including a true WR1, as well as the health of their running back. Josh Jacobs had a tremendous rookie season, but had to sit out the final two games of the year, as his fractured shoulder ended up costing him late.
Heading into the 2020 season, general manager Mike Mayock made good on his promise to build around starting quarterback Derek Carr, though rumors still mounted that the team would make a move at the position. Instead, they bolstered the wide receiver room, added a playmaking running back to go along with Carr, and brought in Jason Witten to a tight end group that is led by one of the best in the game.
With that said, here are three reasons why the offense will be in the top-10 in 2020.