3 worst moves by the Las Vegas Raiders during the 2020 offseason
Signing Running Back Devontae Booker
The Raiders needed a running back that can compliment Josh Jacobs and take some weight off his shoulders, but Devontae Booker is not that player. The Raiders already have Jalen Richard, who is a great receiving back and is good in certain situations, but the team needs a running back with some power and that can be a conventional back.
The Raiders also drafted Lynn Bowden Jr., a player that can play multiple positions, but as a running back will do more damage in the receiving game. So, instead of getting the type of back the Raiders need, they brought in yet another receiving back in Booker.
Booker has not played well in a few years, and there is a good chance that Booker will not even make the team. This is a position group that improved the last two years with Jacobs, and now Bowden, but the lack of a punishing back to compliment their second-year star is a bit concerning.